Grand Canyon News Week of May 18th 2015

Tourist Falls Into Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon While Trying to Take a Picture
71-year-old man fell 25 feet and survived!
Source: The Washington Post
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That’s a wrap: Grand Canyon School Videography I Students Document Fire Fighters for Final
First year videography class highlights life of fire fighters and wildland fire program for class final
Source: Grand Canyon News
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China is About to Open a Terrifying 984-foot-High Glass Bottom Bridge
Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge is set to be completed in July and open in October
Source: Business Insider
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Begaye Vows to Blow Up Grand Canyon Escalade Deal
The President of the Navajo Nation is not allowing a billion dollar commercial project to go through
Source: Indian Country
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Williams Home to Tributes, Raffles, and Support in May
Come out to Williams, Arizona, because they are expected to have several upcoming events and celebrations that the entire family can enjoy!
Source: Williams News Gateway to the Grand Canyon
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New Fee Increases for Entrance and Backcountry Camping
The Grand Canyon Park is consistently making improvements to the park to provide that your experience is a more memorable one for your friends and family.
Source: National Park Service
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