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PAGE — Authorities have recovered the body of an Arizona man who apparently fell while hiking at the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
PAGE — A 37-year-old Colorado man drowned in Colorado River rapids after he was thrown from a raft.
PAGE -The National Park Service says boats found to be carrying live adult quagga or zebra mussels into the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area along the Arizona-Utah border will be quarantined until a biologist can inspect them.
A federal appeals court on Monday rejected a bid by the Grand Canyon Trust to force annual environmental assessments on how operation of the Glen Canyon Dam by the Bureau of Reclamation affects an endangered fish that lives downstream.
Water is released from Glen Canyon Dam near Page, Ariz., on Sunday.
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK - Scientists flooded the Grand Canyon on Sunday to restore beaches and save fish and plants that have been disappearing since sediment-free water began flowing from a man-made dam 40 years ago.
PAGE - Two arcs of water roared from the base of the Glen Canyon Dam in northern Arizona on Wednesday as federal authorities unleashed a man-made flood designed to help restore the Grand Canyon's ecosystem.
GLEN CANYON NATIONAL RECREATION AREA - Illinois geology professor John Wesley Powell heard stories of bizarre landscapes in the uncharted regions of the West in the 1860s.
PAGE - Workers at the Glen Canyon Dam are preparing to shut off bypass gates that have been pouring billions of extra gallons of water into the Colorado River for the past several days.
The trains are rolling in, tour buses are pulling up and vehicles are moving steadily through the entrance gates of Grand Canyon National Park after Arizona struck a deal with the federal government to reopen the landmark tourist area.
FLAGSTAFF - The adult population of an endangered fish that makes its home in the Grand Canyon area of the Colorado River is on the rise, but environmentalists are warning that its numbers will decrease again if its habitat is not sustained.
FLAGSTAFF - Federal officials are considering releasing a large amount of water from the Glen Canyon Dam into the Grand Canyon early next year in an effort to rebuild beaches and aid endangered fish.
PHOENIX - The Grand Canyon National Park's superintendent says the results of a manmade flood last week were immediate and substantial.
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK - A surge of water up to four times greater than normal would cascade through the Grand Canyon in March if plans being completed by federal officials are approved.
For the third time since 1996, officials plan to unleash a manmade flood in the Grand Canyon next month in an effort to restore an ecosystem that was altered by a dam constructed on the Colorado River decades ago.
Scientists said Monday that a manmade flood in the Grand Canyon created vital sandbars in some areas and eroded them in others.
PHOENIX - When federal authorities announced plans to manufacture a flood in the Grand Canyon this month to restore beaches along the Colorado River, Wendy Gunn braced for the inevitable pandemonium.
The Grand Canyon National Park is set to reopen Saturday.
Simulated floods from Glen Canyon Dam have been used in an attempt to restore sandbars along the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.
A kayaker paddles on Lake Powell, the lake created by damming the Colorado River with Glen Canyon Dam in Page. Lake Powell is part of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, encompassing over 1.2 million acres in Utah and Arizona. (Photo by Robert F. Bukaty)
MALIBU, Calif. - Glen Sunyich has seen flames ravage the canyons and mountains above Malibu three times and has been thankful his home was spared. The fourth time, he wasn't so lucky.
The National Park Service is offering free admission Tuesday at more than a dozen of its sites in Arizona in honor of the state's centennial celebration.
BULLFROG, Utah - Authorities are searching Lake Powell for a 3-year-old girl who may have fallen into the water Monday while playing chase with a brother.
Radical environmentalists are nothing if not persistent. And for good reason. They have learned that persistence pays off — like Chinese water torture. That is, after all, how they virtually destroyed Arizona’s timber industry, leaving our overgrown forests vulnerable to disease and wildfire.
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