Items by Mary Tolan

Hopi-Navajo settlement runs aground
A ranch withdrawn from sale by Babbitt family members affects settlement of Navajo-Hopi land dispute.
FAA limits canyon flights, yet again
The FAA agrees to strictly enforce flight-free zones over the Grand Canyon.
Hopi-Navajo dispute enters new phase
In a bold move to resolve the bitter land dispute between the Hopi and Navajo tribes, the United States government is attempting to award the Native Americans about 500,000 acres surrounding Flagstaff.
A new town is proposed close to Grand Canyon rim
Canyon Forest Village, proposed for a site near the Park's South Rim entrance, would include private housing, rental units, mobile homes, hiking and biking trails, an "experiential education center," stores, schools and churches.