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A deeper understanding of the Grand Canyon

Teddy Roosevelt called the Grand Canyon one of the great sights that every American should see. And 100 years ago, on February 26, 1919, Congress underscored Roosevelt’s travel recommendation by designating the Arizona canyon a national park.

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7/17/2019

article As the Grand Canyon turns 100 – a brief history of the world’s most famous rock formation
(Arizona) -- First of all – confession – the Grand Canyon is not actually 100 years old. Its cliffs and crags were forged by water erosion over the course of...

6/12/2019

article Trump administration considers uranium mining in Grand Canyon, threatening ancient Native American tribe
(Arizona) -- The Trump administration is considering a policy that could spark a renewed push for uranium mining in northern Arizona near the Grand Canyon, and pit...

6/6/2019

article Tribal leaders, lawmakers push bill to ban mining near Grand Canyon
(Washington D.C.) -- Tribal and environmental officials urged House lawmakers Wednesday to protect sacred land and natural resources by supporting a permanent ban on...

6/5/2019

article Congress Considers 2 Bills That Would Ban Mining Near Grand Canyon, Chaco
(Washington D.C.) -- Leaders from northern Arizona and northern New Mexico spoke out at a congressional hearing Wednesday about the extraction industry’s impacts...
article Tribal leaders, lawmakers push bill to ban mining near Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- Tribal and environmental officials urged House lawmakers Wednesday to protect sacred land and natural resources by supporting a permanent ban on mining on...

4/25/2019

article Peoria woman identified as visitor killed after falling 200 feet at Grand Canyon's South Rim
(Arizona) -- A visitor who fell 200 feet to her death at the Grand Canyon's South Rim on Tuesday has been identified as a Peoria woman, officials said. Cynthia...

4/24/2019

article 70-year-old woman falls to her death from Grand Canyon's South Rim
(Arizona) -- A 70-year-old woman fell 200 feet to her death at the Grand Canyon's South Rim on Tuesday afternoon, officials said. Grand Canyon National Park rangers...

4/5/2019

article Spring an ideal time to visit Grand Canyon’s South Rim
(Arizona) -- Visiting Arizona’s Grand Canyon is either on your bucket list already or ought to be. If you choose to visit its popular South Rim, the best times to...

3/28/2019

article 2 people dead at Grand Canyon after 2 incidents in single week
(Arizona) -- Two people have died at the Grand Canyon in separate incidents this week that included one man stumbling over the edge of the rim while trying to take...

3/26/2019

article At Grand Canyon, threats remain both inside and out of the park despite protections
(Arizona) -- It’s a brisk and quiet February afternoon at the Grand Canyon, and on its south rim stands a small group of people, posing for a photograph. Among...
article Grand Canyon at 100: Park status protects natural resources, but threats remain, inside and out
(Arizona) -- It’s a brisk and quiet February afternoon at the Grand Canyon, and on its south rim stands a small group of people, posing for a photograph. Among...

3/25/2019

article BLOG: Why you should visit Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and how to do it the right way
(Arizona) -- Imagine an area composed almost entirely of wilderness. In it, you’ll find a desert landscape that puts Westworld to shame, complete with arches,...

2/26/2019

article A deeper understanding of the Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- Teddy Roosevelt called the Grand Canyon one of the great sights that every American should see. And 100 years ago, on February 26, 1919, Congress...

2/25/2019

article Indigenous peoples historically have been disrupted by the American government and left to fend for themselves where the Grand Canyon is concerned
(Arizona) -- Most people view the Grand Canyon as a place of recreation; they go there to sightsee, hike, raft and camp. But the people who have lived there for...
article This week in history: Grand Canyon National Park turns 100
(Arizona) -- On Feb. 26, northwestern Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park is officially 100 years old. Established in 1919, it is managed by the National Park...
article Native American view of the Grand Canyon's centennial celebration
(Arizona) -- Most people view the Grand Canyon as a place of recreation; they go there to sightsee, hike, raft and camp. But the people who have lived there for...

2/24/2019

article Grijalva unveils new attempt to ban uranium mining permanently near the Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- An Arizona lawmaker is renewing his push to halt uranium mining near the Grand Canyon, outlining a proposal Saturday that would make permanent a moratorium...
article Overcoming A 'Long, Bitter Relationship,' Grand Canyon And Tribes Mark Centennial
(Arizona) -- Over the last century the geologic wonder of the Grand Canyon has inspired poets, painters, archaeologists and biologists. This week — on Tuesday, Feb...
article U.S. Rep. Grijalva announces "Grand Canyon Centennial Protection Act"
(Arizona) -- On the 100th anniversary of the Grand Canyon, U.S. Rep. Grijalva explained, a protection bill is to be filed which will "permanently ban mining in...

2/17/2019

article How a place once ‘valueless’ became Grand
(Arizona) -- Few sights are as instantly recognizable, and few sites speak more fully to American nationalism. Standing on the South Rim in 1903, President Teddy...
article OP/ED: Congress must reach across the aisle and protect the Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- Every year, Americans of all political persuasions make pilgrimages to Grand Canyon National Park, which will mark its 100th anniversary on Feb. 26. They...

9/24/2018

article Will Smith To Bungee Jump Out Of Helicopter For 50th Birthday
(Arizona) -- Philadelphia native Will Smith is jumping into 50. To celebrate his 50th birthday, Big Willy from West Philly plans to bungee jump from a helicopter over an...

5/24/2018

article How Navajo Activists Defeated the Grand Canyon Escalade
(Utah) -- The meeting of the Little Colorado and Colorado is sacred to many Native American tribes. For years, a developer worked to build a 1.4-mile tram that would...

11/18/2017

article Hualapai tribe: Don't tell us how to respect the Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- It’s always a curious thing when others tell the Hualapai people how to respect the Grand Canyon. They might just as well be suggesting how to respect...

11/17/2017

article Grand Canyon Development Plans Halted By Navajo Nation Lawmakers
(Arizona) -- Lawmakers on the country's largest American Indian reservation have shot down a measure to build an aerial tram to take visitors to a riverside...

11/16/2017

article Latest: Grand Canyon ‘mega-development’ voted down
(Arizona) -- In 2011, a developer proposed building hotels, restaurants and shops on Navajo land on the Grand Canyon’s remote East Rim, with a tram shuttling up to...

11/11/2017

article What's next for a Grand Canyon tram? Prospects are bleak
(Arizona) -- Lawmakers on the country's largest American Indian reservation have shot down a measure to build an aerial tram to take visitors to a riverside...

11/6/2017

article War over Escalade ends with Council’s ‘no’ vote
(Arizona) -- A years-long war ended when the 23rd Navajo Nation Council on Tuesday night voted two in favor and 16 opposed to kill the Escalade project.

11/5/2017

article Tribe rejects plan to build tram, hotel in Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- Legislation to build an aerial tram to take paying visitors to a riverside boardwalk in the Grand Canyon has been voted down by the Navajo Nation Council....

11/3/2017

article Navajo Nation Votes Down Grand Canyon Tourism Development Project
(Arizona) -- Lawmakers on the country’s largest American Indian reservation have shot down a measure to build an aerial tram to take visitors to a riverside...

11/1/2017

article Navajo Nation Council says no to Escalade development
(Arizona) -- The Navajo Nation Council voted down legislation, during a special session Oct. 31, for the Grand Canyon Escalade project, which included a gondola tramway...
article Navajo Nation President and Council Delegates Applaud Escalade Vote
(Arizona) -- The Navajo Nation Council has voted down a controversial development project that would have included a gondola into the Grand Canyon. KNAU’s Ryan...

10/31/2017

article Grand Canyon tram plan shot down by Navajo lawmakers
(Arizona) -- Developers had promised jobs and prosperity, but environmentalists and activists have said the plan smacked of colonialism and would impose on sacred land....
article Tribe rejects plan to build tram, hotel in Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- Tribal lawmakers reticent of developing sacred land at one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World said no Tuesday to a multimillion-dollar project to...

10/25/2017

article Navajo leaders to consider controversial Grand Canyon tram
(Arizona) -- Navajo Nation lawmakers are scheduled to take up legislation to build an aerial tram into the Grand Canyon next week. Navajo Nation Council spokesman Jared...

10/24/2017

article Guest column: Navajo lawmakers schedule Escalade special session
(Arizona) -- Navajo lawmakers could decide the fate of a proposed gondola and resort at Grand Canyon Eastern Rim later this month. Opponents of the Grand Canyon Escalade...

7/20/2017

article Confluence project will produce ‘better people,’ proponent says
(Arizona) -- Standing near the spot where the proposed Escalade tramway would carry tourists down to the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers, R. Lamar...

7/19/2017

article Naabik’iyati’ rejects Grand Canyon Escalade
(Arizona) -- The Naabik’iyati’ Committee opposed Grand Canyon Escalade plans to build a gondola tramway and resort at the confluence of the Colorado and...

4/24/2017

article Grand Canyon gondola proposal stalls in Navajo council: 'They don't have the votes'
(Arizona) -- The Navajo Nation Council will not take up a controversial Grand Canyon gondola-ride proposal during its spring session. The heart of the project, known as...

4/12/2017

article Is a gondola ride in the Grand Canyon's future? Project stirs concerns about threats to cultural, natural resources
(Arizona) -- Leonard Sloan stood at the canyon’s edge and prayed. He spoke in Navajo and English, facing east, hat in hand, words floating into the abyss.

2/28/2017

article Another Navajo committee votes no on Escalade
(Arizona) -- Citing concerns about water, the community and projected revenues, the Budget and Finance Committee (BFC) voted against approving the master agreement for...

12/6/2016

article LETTER: NABI committee should get facts before voting on Escalade project
(New York) -- To the editor: The Navajo Nation 23rd Council is about to consider whether to vote for or against Legislation 0293-16 to approve the proposed Escalade...

11/21/2016

article Grand Canyon Escalade: ‘There’s a Lot of Unknowns’
(Arizona) -- When Navajo lawmakers unanimously voted down legislation allowing a developer to erect a 420-acre mega-resort on the rim of the Grand Canyon, they sided...

11/15/2016

article Job prospects drive Escalade support
(Arizona) -- Imagine time froze 50 years ago and nothing on your house could be fixed and no development could happen around you; no new roof, no road, no electricity,...

10/25/2016

article Hopi Tribe thanks Navajo Nation Law and Order Committee for opposition to Escalade project
(Arizona) -- Hopi Tribal Chairman Herman G. Honanie Oct. 13 thanked the Navajo Nation Law and Order Committee for its action to unanimously oppose the proposed the Grand...

10/13/2016

article Committee Not in Favor of Grand Canyon Escalade
(Arizona) -- Delegate Benjamin Bennett’s bill to allow a Grand Canyon tramway and other tourist attractions to be built near the confluence found no support among...

10/11/2016

article Grand Canyon tram proposal sparks ire, awe from Navajo Nation to Germany
(Arizona) -- As a child, Renae Yellowhorse chased birds through the sagebrush on the Navajo reservation along the edge of the Grand Canyon. She remembers her great-...
article Panel of Navajo Nation Council opposes proposed Grand Canyon tram
(Arizona) -- A Navajo Nation Council panel is unanimously opposing a proposed tramway and other tourism development at the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado...

10/10/2016

article Navajo legislative panel opposes Grand Canyon tramway
(Arizona) -- Legislation allowing a tramway and other tourism development at the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers received a clear message of...

10/5/2016

article Grand Canyon Escalade Project Proposal
(Arizona) -- A new proposal has been made to take 10,000 people per day to the bottom of the Grand Canyon by tramway. There are many concerns from members of the Navajo...

10/4/2016

article Oct. 10 Public Hearing on Escalade Project
(Arizona) -- Once again the Navajo Nation Council wants to talk about the Grand Canyon Escalade project. A hearing on the $1 billion development proposed by Confluence...

10/2/2016

article Grand Canyon tram proposal sparks ire, awe from Navajo Nation to Germany
(Arizona) -- As a child, Renae Yellowhorse chased birds through the sagebrush on the Navajo reservation along the edge of the Grand Canyon. She remembers her great-...

9/30/2016

article There's a Big Battle Going on in the Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- The Grand Canyon Escalade is either: A) A bold vision that will open the depths of the Grand Canyon to millions of people who would never get to see it,...

9/22/2016

article 52,000 weigh in on Escalade
(Arizona) -- As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 52,000 comments had been received on the legislation establishing the long-debated Grand Canyon Escalade project,...
article Navajo Lawmakers Open Door to Grand Canyon Resort
(Arizona) -- Recent legislation by the Navajo Nation has awakened a sleeping giant: Grand Canyon Escalade, a 420-acre tourist attraction planned for the eastern edge of...

9/21/2016

article Valdez: Look who's ready to betray the Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- The people get it: We need to protect the Grand Canyon from nearby uranium mining. We could do it, too, if Congress broke out of its establishment...

9/8/2016

article Grand Canyon plan divides tribal members
(New Mexico) -- A bill introduced on Aug. 29 by the Navajo tribe’s lawmaking body, Navajo Nation Council, is reviving a years-long controversy over development in...

9/7/2016

article Hopi Chairman Says Escalade Project Could Restart Legal Battle With Navajo Nation
(Arizona) -- Hopi Chairman Herman Honanie says a proposal by Navajo Nation lawmakers to build a gondola to the Colorado River could reignite litigation between the...

9/6/2016

article Escalade Project at Confluence to go before Navajo Council again
(Arizona) -- A proposed 420-acre development along the eastern rim of the Grand Canyon, which would include a gondola tramway delivering visitors to the canyon floor has...

9/1/2016

article 45,000 People Are Protesting a Grand Canyon Resort With Online Petitions
(Arizona) -- For nearly a century the Grand Canyon has been one of the world’s most famous natural tourist attractions—over five million people visit the...

8/31/2016

article Long-debated Grand Canyon Escalade project, with tram, hotels, will get hearing
(Arizona) -- A controversial plan to develop tourist attractions including a tram into the Grand Canyon will have its hearing before Navajo Nation lawmakers. A Navajo...
article Navajo lawmakers to consider Grand Canyon tram legislation
(Arizona) -- Navajo Nation lawmakers are set to consider a highly disputed plan to develop tourist attractions at the edge of the Grand Canyon. A Navajo Council member...

8/30/2016

article Navajos considering legislation to approve Grand Canyon Escalade project
(Arizona) -- A controversial plan to develop tourist attractions including a tram into the Grand Canyon will have its hearing before Navajo Nation lawmakers. A Navajo...

7/6/2016

article Arizona judge kicks Hualapai Ranch case back to tribe
(Arizona) -- An Arizona judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the Hualapai Tribe's Grand Canyon Resort Corporation, saying it's within the tribe's...
article Grand Canyon West lawsuit dismissed
(Arizona) -- Citing a contracted agreement to litigate any issues in tribal court - and tribal sovereignty - a Maricopa County Superior Court Judge has dismissed a...

3/9/2016

article Confluence project inspires film
(Arizona) -- A movie called "Keep it Grand" played in Flagstaff, Arizona during the Mountain Film Festival in February, calling attention again to an area...

10/6/2015

press release Grand Canyon Resort Corporation Announces 20-Year Disney Veteran Mark Mortenson As New CEO
(Arizona) -- The Grand Canyon Resort Corporation has landed a veteran chief executive officer with more than a quarter century of high-level leadership and tourism/...

5/27/2015

article YELLOWHORSE: President Begaye and Navajo Nation Council Must Stop Escalade Nightmare
(Arizona) -- To the editor: The proposed Grand Canyon Escalade development, from the get-go, has been a nightmare for Navajo families who are Confluence stakeholders.

5/25/2015

article OP/ED: The Navajo Nation could protect the Grand Canyon for good
(Arizona) -- The notion — we hesitate to call it an actual "plan" — to build a gondola ride into the Grand Canyon at the confluence of the Colorado...

5/21/2015

article Begaye Vows to Blow Up Grand Canyon Escalade Deal
(Arizona) -- The newly elected president of the Navajo Nation has taken a firm stance against the Grand Canyon Escalade, a billion-dollar project that would allow for...

5/18/2015

article Our View: Arizona is the Grand Canyon development state
(Arizona) -- The weather forecasts are finally lining up with the calendar, which says the traditional kickoff to summer is nearly here. Memorial Day connotes images of...

5/16/2015

article Begaye does not support Grand Canyon Escalade project
(Arizona) -- Even though Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye signed an agreement Tuesday to complete some of the Shelly-Jim administration’s projects, the Grand...
article Navajo president takes firm stance against Grand Canyon tram
(Arizona) -- Newly inaugurated Navajo President Russell Begaye stood before hundreds of people at his inauguration ceremony and signed a document stating he would pursue...

5/14/2015

article Mega-Developer Wants to Build Massive Resort, Mall and Housing Complex at Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- The U.S. Forest Service is accepting public comments for a controversial plan that would pave the way for a foreign developer to build a mega-development at...
article Navajo president takes firm stance against Grand Canyon tram
(Arizona) -- Newly inaugurated Navajo President Russell Begaye stood before hundreds of people at his inauguration ceremony and signed a document stating he would pursue...

5/13/2015

article Grand Canyon at confluence of popularity, money, conservation
(Arizona) -- When Renae Yellowhorse comes to the area of the Grand Canyon where the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers meet, she feels the presence of her late father.

4/17/2015

article The Grand Canyon Is Getting A Mall
(Arizona) -- Investment interests want to build a multi-tier mall at the Grand Canyon, and they’re paying off Navajo leaders—at least one who years ago...

2/22/2015

article Who Can Save the Grand Canyon?
(Arizona) -- Twelve miles in on the rutted dirt road we pull over in a dry wash and get out of our vehicles. We are on the western edge of the Navajo Reservation in...

2/9/2015

article Grand Canyon Development Plan Sparks Dispute Among Navajo
(Arizona) -- As morning light painted the far-reaching buttes of the Grand Canyon gold, Renae Yellowhorse stood at the edge of the canyon's rim, looked out toward...

1/6/2015

article 420-acre tourism project in Grand Canyon threatens Native American lands
(Arizona) -- The land to the east of the Grand Canyon National Park belongs to the Najavo. But the tribe could face relocation due to the proposed Grand Canyon Escalade...

12/5/2014

article At Grand Canyon, development pits environmentalists against Native American population
(Arizona) -- On the rim of the Grand Canyon, there is an area that is not part of Grand Canyon National Park. This land does not belong to the federal government. It...

12/4/2014

article Developers pursue $1B project on Navajo land by Grand Canyon
(Arizona) -- Developers are hoping to build a $1 billion project on land owned by the Navajo Nation. Normally such an investment would be drawing praise and interest....
article Where 2 Rivers Meet, Visions for Grand Canyon Clash
(Arizona) -- Renae Yellowhorse stood at the edge of the Grand Canyon, 26 bumpy miles across the Painted Desert from the nearest paved road, not a glint of civilization...

11/28/2014

article Tribe’s share of Escalade revenue would depend on traffic
(Arizona) -- The Grand Canyon Escalade project is all but guaranteed, according to President Ben Shelly’s special advisor Deswood Tome. But detailed analysis of...

9/8/2014

article Tusayan mayor opposes Grand Canyon mall project
(Arizona) -- One of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World might be getting a little bit of a modern-day upgrade in the near future with the hopes of attracting more...

9/3/2014

article Dispute over land rights could sink Grand Canyon Escalade project
(Arizona) -- The Escalade project would be built roughly 10 miles northeast of the famed Watchtower on South Rim and would open in the spring of 2018. Proponents say it...
article Grand Canyon cable-car project ignites controversy over sacred land, economic impact
(Arizona) -- Visitors to the Grand Canyon can already hover over part of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World thanks to Skywalk. If one developer and some...
article Navajo Nation at odds over Grand Canyon Escalade project
(Arizona) -- Pastor Ellson Bennett bows his head to pray, looking out over a sacred place among the rippling red and tan walls of the Grand Canyon.

9/2/2014

article Advocates Fight Two Proposed Grand Canyon Developments
(Arizona) -- Championing the rights of rivers is nothing new to George Wendt, founder and owner of what may be the world's best-known river rafting company, O.A.R.S...

8/4/2014

article Proposed Gondola For Grand Canyon's Rim Has Community On Edge
(Arizona) -- About 100 miles north of Flagstaff, Ariz., a long dirt road ends at a precipice. Thirty-five-hundred feet below, the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers...

7/22/2014

article Opponents of Grand Canyon Escalade meet at Confluence project site
(Arizona) -- Opponents of the Grand Canyon Escalade Confluence Project development met last week at the Confluence site near the northern edge of the Grand Canyon.

7/20/2014

article Enjoy the view for now: Grand Canyon 'growth' plans a threat
(Arizona) -- Grand Canyon park officials say existing development and the scarcity of water have already stressed the park’s ability to handle visitors. New...

7/18/2014

article Confluence bill not on summer session agenda
(Arizona) -- Contrary to information on the developers’ website, a bill committing the Navajo Nation to partner on a resort on the rim of the Little Colorado...

7/9/2014

article Could this be the end of the Grand Canyon?
(Arizona) -- The Los Angeles Times's Julie Cart reported on Sunday of plans to build "restaurants, hotels and shops" on Navajo Indian land adjacent to the...

7/7/2014

article Grand Canyon faces 'most serious threat in its history' from native tribes building gondola rides and developers backed by Italian investors planning a resort town
(Arizona) -- The Grand Canyon, one of the seven wonders of the natural world, is facing the most serious threats to its existence since it became a US park 95 years ago...

6/5/2014

article Developers say Escalade project at Colorado River confluence on track
(Arizona) -- According to officials with the Grand Canyon Escalade development, this project is on track to go before the Navajo Nation Council for approval in June or...

4/4/2014

article Raging Rivers: Navajo Nation Council to Vote on Grand Canyon Escalade Project
(Arizona) -- The Navajo Nation's proposal to build a multi-million-dollar resort at the confluence of the Little Colorado and Colorado rivers in northern Arizona has...

3/27/2014

article Future of the Grand Canyon: A Casino Resort called the Grand Canyon Escalade
(Arizona) -- Forget Las Vegas. Why not go on a nature and casino gambling trip to the Grand Canyon. This will open for mass tourism soon.

1/27/2014

article Escalade could come before Council soon
(Arizona) -- There should be some movement on the proposed $120 million Grand Canyon Escalade resort this quarter, revealed Deswood Tome, special adviser to President...

10/3/2013

article Escalade project still on the table
(Arizona) -- Three months after the memorandum of understanding between the tribe and developers expired, the proposed $120 million Grand Canyon Escalade resort is back...

6/10/2013

article Native Sun News: Opposition to Grand Canyon tourist project
(Arizona) -- Confluence Partners, LLC of Tucson, Arizona hopes to build a museum, restaurant and walking path at the Grand Canyon with a gondola connecting the rim to...

2/18/2013

article LeRoy Shingoitewa: Hopi Tribe Against Grand Canyon Project
(Arizona) -- The following is a letter from LeRoy Shingoitewa, chairman of the Hopi Tribe, addressing the Hopi Tribe’s position on the Grand Canyon Project.

2/12/2013

article LeRoy Shingoitewa: Hopi Tribe against Grand Canyon project
(Arizona) -- Our beautiful state has many points of pride, but none compare to our namesake, the Grand Canyon State. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the...

12/2/2012

article LETTER: Navajos face tough choice at Confluence
(Arizona) -- To the editor: I appreciated today's article on the Navajo Tribe's proposed development project at the Grand Canyon ("Navajo tension builds...

11/28/2012

article Tension in Navajo Nation over proposed Grand Canyon tourist attraction
(Washington D.C.) -- Ty Tsosie was taught by his Navajo elders that when he needed spiritual reflection, he could go to the confluence of the Colorado and Little...

10/15/2012

article A Letter From Confluence Partners Regarding the Grand Canyon Escalade
(Arizona) -- The Confluence Partners, LLC, has strived to inform the public on all aspects of the proposed Grand Canyon Escalade (Escalade) project in order for the...

8/2/2012

article Resources Committee hears from tram opponents
(Arizona) -- The Navajo Nation Council's Resources and Development Committee last week told opponents of the proposed Grand Canyon Escalade, a major resort and...

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