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Page police desperately need more officers

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
With only seven working and healthy patrol officers currently on full active duty, the Page Police Department is in desperate need of more officers to address the ever-present policing needs of the Page community.
Down to 19 total sworn personnel in 2016 from 23 in 2010 (and even more in previous years), Page Chief of Police Frank Balkcom Sr. told
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Church Wells residents oppose solar farm

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
A solar utility company based out of Salt Lake City operating under the name sPower has applied for a conditional use permit with Kane County, Utah to construct seven solar gathering facilities near the towns of Church Wells and Clark Bench.
The solar gathering facilities will be comprised of thousands of individual solar panels, which stand four to six
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Page High School Homecoming royalty

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
Steven Law/Lake Powell Chronicle
Jordan Smith and Morningstar Dickson were voted the 2016 Homecoming King and Queen.
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Let there be music

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
A free concert offered to the Page area public by the band Changing Lanes was held Friday at the amphitheater.
The concert, originally solicited to the city to help with expenses for lighting and equipment, was denied funding by Page City Council immediately after adopting new policies that dictate a more fiscally conservative approach to using taxpayer money for funding
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SCC officially breaks ground on Page fiber project

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
South Central Communications broke ground to celebrate the expansion of SCC's fiber network to Page last week.
The event took place Sept. 14 on Highway 89 just past Buckskin Gulch. SCC's President and CEO Michael East spoke about the project and answered questions from attendees.
Page Mayor Bill Diak was the honored guest who broke ground on the
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Joseph Smith chosen as premier cover artist for Transition Conference

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
Joseph Smith was chosen as the premier cover artist for the Arizona Department of Education's 16th annual Transition Conference held at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale last month.
Smith's artwork was displayed on many conference poster boards, lanyards, book bags and program covers. There were over 850 conference attendees including administrators, educators, students and parents.
At
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Update - Toddler's body recovered from Lake Powell

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
A weekend on Lake Powell turned tragic for one Utah family.
Sheriff Rick Eldgredge with the San Juan County Sheriff's Office in Utah reported Sunday that an 18-month-old toddler apparently fell off a houseboat and drowned in the Hall's Crossing area of Lake Powell. After searching for two days, the body of the child, identified as Alleyah Janett Bell of
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Police looking for more explorers

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
Attention all Page area residents between the ages of 12 - 21: the Page Police Department is still seeking new recruits for its Law Enforcement Career Explorer Program.
Preteens, teenagers and young adults who have an interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement can sign up for the program where they can gain firsthand experience in a plethora of
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Tour guide missing at Grand Canyon

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
Grand Canyon, Ariz., On Monday, September 12 the National Park Service received a satellite phone call from a commercial river trip reporting one of their guides missing near river mile 137.
The missing guide is Joshua Tourjee of Moab, Utah. Tourjee was working as a guide for OARS, a commercial outfitter that runs river trips throughout the world, including the
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We will never forget

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
Photos by Jamie Brough/Lake Powell Chronicle
Page celebrated the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks with a day of service and a time to remember those who sacrificed and honor those who serve.
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Artists brings the Colorado Plateau to life

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
The John WesleyPowell Museum held a reception last Friday evening for Serena Supplee, their Artist of the Month for September and October. Supplee, is a watercolorist who's world-famous for her paintings of the Colorado Plateau.
Her career is as long and winding and colorful as her favorite body, the Colorado River.
Supplee lives in Moab, Utah where she has
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Remembering Jesse Allen, who gave so much to help others

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
The city of Page will say goodbye to one of its favorite sons next week when Jesse Allen is laid to rest.
Allen was part of Page from the very beginning, working on the construction of Glen Canyon Dam, Highway 89 to Page and much more.
But it was in his retirement years that Allen really made a difference in
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