A state of emergency has been lifted for the town of Tusayan after a winter storm has crippled the small town just outside of the Grand Canyon. The small town picked nearly two feet of snow and didn’t have power for nearly 24 hours. More than a thousand people and tourists were in Tusayan with no power or heat. Town officials say residents helped each other out by clearing snow and coming together. Power was restored early Saturday morning and crews were able to clear roads so businesses could reopen. A shelter was set up inside the park for those residents and visitors who needed a place to go. The town thanks people from around the state for the outpouring of support during the incident.