How Arizona national parks survived the longest government shutdown in U.S. history

Grand Canyon News Week of Jan 28, 2019

How Arizona national parks survived the longest government shutdown in U.S. history
Despite the partial federal government shutdown, which ended Jan. 25, for most visitors, the closure didn’t affect their experience.

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Havasupai falls hike permits nearly sold out for 2019
Permits went on sale at 8 a.m. Arizona time and, by 3:45 p.m., the 2019 calendar was sold out except for a few scattered dates early this month.

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Flintstones Bedrock City closes; Raptor Ranch is coming
Bedrock City, an Arizona roadside attraction based on the 1960s animated series “The Flintstones,” has shut its doors after nearly 50 years. In its place will rise Raptor Ranch, where birds of prey will be on display in between performances.

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150 years of Grand Canyon boat history awaits museum
If they’re not on the water, boatmen love nothing more than to sit around a fire and talk boats. So on this cold November morning, that’s exactly what I did with long-time river guide Brad Dimock. He rows boats, builds them and writes about them.

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Pile burning resumes near Jacob Lake
Firefighters plan to burn piles on the North Kaibab Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest Jan. 31 and Feb. 1.

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