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Grand Canyon News Week of Oct 22, 2018

Geologists Show Tasmania and the Grand Canyon Were Connected ..
Rocks from Arizona’s Unkar Group and Tasmania’s Rocky Cape Group were likely part of the same formation 1.1 billion years ago on the supercontinent Rodinia.

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The Oldest Footprints Have Just Been Discovered In The Grand Canyon And Date Back 310 Million Years
The unknown animal that left the ancient footprints in the Grand Canyon was said to have been doing a ‘funny little side-walking step, line-dance kind of thing.’

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A guide to Halloween haunts for all ages in northern Arizona
Whether you’re looking for family fun, an all-night fright fest or something different for date night, Grand Canyon, Tusayan, Williams and Flagstaff have a variety of events for everyone.

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Part II of Fostering a fire-adapted forest: Erosion control crucial for healthy forests
It’s a scary sight: watching flames climb the trunks of decades, sometimes centuries-old trees and race across the landscape with lightning speed.

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Kaibab National Forest to offer Christmas tree tags starting Nov. 16
The Kaibab National Forest will sell over-the-counter and through-the-mail Christmas tree tags for each of its three ranger districts beginning Nov. 16 in order to allow members of the public to enjoy the popular holiday tradition of cutting one’s own tree.

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Eat, drink and be scary: Halloween events galore in Williams
Halloween is upon us and no stone will be left unturned as Williams goes all out for community chills and thrills.

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