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Houseboaters leave burned out mess in Labyrinth Canyon

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 22nd, 2015
During the week of June 30 - July 4, a group of houseboaters parked in Labyrinth Canyon did considerable damage to the area burning a large pile of trash which left a pile of toxic ash, and two blackened scorch marks streaked up the cliff walls. The houseboaters also painted some of the area cliff walls with paint and left
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New year, new school, new possibilities

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 22nd, 2015
On July 1, Ryan Tkalcevic began his new position as principal of newly-formed Manson Mesa High School. He has also been named as the new athletic director for Page High School. Tkalcevic has taught Page High School's ACES program since 2005 and has served as interim athletic director for the past year. He'll split his duties as principal and athletic
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Up in Vapor: electronic hookah lounge comes to Page

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 22nd, 2015
At first glance, Perry Slim doesn't fit the bill as a hookah enthusiast. Sporting a Crossfit t-shirt, trainers and gym shorts, the 22-year-old Page High School grad seems like he's much more at home inside a squat rack.
And for the most part he is, but the self-described fitness buff is also a fan of a thousands-of-years-old form of smoking,
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Circle of Page asks for $1 donation for meals

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 22nd, 2015
Circle of Page's Healthy Meals Soup Kitchen is now asking for a $1 donation for each meal they serve.
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Page Hospital to debut new mobile clinic

Posted: Thursday, Jul 16th, 2015
Page Hospital emphasizes "Compassionate Care Close to Home."
Soon, that also will pertain to your vacation home away from home.
On Aug. 15, Page Hospital will unveil a 39-foot mobile health clinic to expand access for area residents and tourists to care for minor and urgent medical needs.
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Survey for residents

Posted: Thursday, Jul 16th, 2015
A group of citizens have taken up the request issued by city council for more input from the voters regarding the broadcasting of council/board meetings on Channel 4. A public survey can be found at http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2230663/b18ee90ba316. The survey will stay open until council announces its time frame to include on their agenda.
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Many more on Channel Four

Posted: Thursday, Jul 16th, 2015
• Council debates broadcasting advisory boards
A number of outspoken Page citizens prompted debate among city council members July 8 over the possibility of broadcasting all 10 of Page's volunteer advisory boards and commissions over Cable One's local access channel.
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Page Hospital set to welcome new CEO

Posted: Thursday, Jul 16th, 2015
Page Hospital's new chief executive officer says growing up in a rural area has helped him see that there is something special about providing exceptional health care in a small community.
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City taking “proactive” approach to upcoming code enforcement

Posted: Thursday, Jul 16th, 2015
Community Development Director Kimberly Johnson says city staff and council are looking to bolster Page's public nuisance and property maintenance codes and will move to enforce them rigorously.
Council met with Johnson during a July 8 special workshop meeting to discuss the hiring of a new employee to enforce the codes. Johnson added the city will further need to
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Navajo Nation to vote on language fluency

Posted: Thursday, Jul 16th, 2015
On July 21, the Navajo Nation will vote whether or not their future presidents and vice presidents should be required to be fluent speakers of the Navajo language.
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