Grand Canyon News Week of Sept 16, 2019

Water pump replacement project to begin Monday in Grand Canyon
Beginning on Sept. 23 and running through May 2020, the city will be replacing two water pumps at the Indian Garden.

Source: kttar.com
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Havasupai Work To Bridge Digital Divide In Grand Canyon
Nestled among turquoise blue waterfalls and cottonwood trees the tiny Havasupai reservation is only accessible by foot, by mule or by helicopter. It’s a five-minute flight from the rim of the Grand Canyon to Supai Village, where 450 tribal members live in small homes made of panel siding and materials that can be easily hauled to the canyon floo

Source: www.fronterades.org
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31 bison from Grand Canyon sent to Oklahoma
Over 30 bison roaming Grand Canyon National Park’s northern reaches are joining a herd in Oklahoma.

Source: www.kdminer.com
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Into Grand Canyon on a mule’s back
I didn’t ask how much they paid for the tickets that privileged them to straddle the mules and ride them down a narrow trail clinging to canyon walls for a ride to the bottom of the mile-deep Grand Canyon.

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But I’ll tell you one thing: You couldn’t pay me enough to take that trip.

Source: www.portsmouth-dailytimes.com
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