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Controversial Grand Canyon Gondola Grounded for a Year
A tourist attraction proposed for the Navajo side of the Grand Canyon has been delayed by a year, because the controversial plan didn’t make it on the Navajo Nation Council’s summe...
Raging Rivers: Navajo Nation Council to Vote on Grand Canyon Escalade Project
Tanya H. Lee
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 raised environmental and cu...
Native History: Roosevelt Declares Grand Canyon a National Monument
This Date in Native History: On January 11, 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt declared the Grand Canyon a national monument, placing under federal protection the 10-mile-wide, 277...
9 Great Places to Experience American and Native Culture
North America is full of fascinating locales, rich in history, nature and visual beauty...
The Government Shutdown Hits Indian Country Hard on Many Fronts
The government shutdown continues into its third week as funds are drying up for many agencies struggling to remain open...
Eight Hottest Environmental Battlegrounds in Indian Country
Corporate interests have been gobbling up indigenous land and rights since contact more than 500 years ago...
Where Evel Knievel Never Soared: A Wallenda Flies Over the Grand Canyon
Legendary death-defying daredevil Evel Knievel always wanted to jump across the Grand Canyon on his motorcycle. He never did, but his son Robbie managed the feat in 1999...
Arizona Rancher Who Charged Tourists to Access Grand Canyon Skywalk Jailed Over Altercation
Nigel Turner owns a swath of land that tourists legally pass through to access the Hualapai Tribe’s Skywalk Grand Canyon, the horseshoe-shaped, glass overhang offering unrivaled vi...
National Park Week: Visit Parks for Free
It's National Park Week, and the National Park Service is throwing a party...
Tribes Have Mixed Feelings About Tightrope Walker Coming to the Grand Canyon
Famed tightrope walker Nik Wallenda last made headlines in June 2012 by tightrope walking across Niagara Falls...
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