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Summer edition of Gateway magazine has arrived

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
The latest edition of the Chronicle's free Gateway to Canyon Country, an Arizona Newspapers Association award winning magazine, is now available. A total of 20,000 copies of the magazine was printed for the Summer edition.
Find it at local businesses or stop by our office for a copy.
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Walker retires from PUSD

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
Former Page Unified School District Superintendent Jim Walker wore jeans and a grin to work Tuesday, June 30 as he packed some of the last items in his office.
"Staying in Page was one of those big life decisions that I look back on and can only think how funny it is when things work out in life. I definitely
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Council approves agreement with museum for visitors center

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
The John Wesley Powell Museum will continue its role as Page's official visitor center after Page City Council unanimously agreed to renew a Memorandum of Agreement and give the museum $45,000.
Since renewing the role as Page's visitor center in early 2014 and expanding its building and parking lot with the help of money provided by the tourism board and,
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Cycling crusaders pass through Page

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
A group of more than 20 cyclists passed through Page on June 20-21 as part of a 4,000 mile coast-to-coast bike ride for charity.
The bike ride began in Oceanside, Calif., on June 5 and will finish on Aug. 16 in Portland, Maine. The cyclists ride about 75 miles per day, Monday through Saturday. They take Sundays off to
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High speed chase ends near Kanab

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
The Utah Highway Patrol is still investigating a June 17 high-speed pursuit that blew through the City of Page and ended 55 miles away near Kanab, Utah, with a standoff and two male suspects in custody.
Reaching speeds upwards of 100 miles per hour, the pursuit began near a construction zone in Cedar Ridge at 2:05 p.m.
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Slow internet hurting Page businesses, tourism, brand

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
For Page business owners and hotel managers, fiber-optic internet cannot get here soon enough. Page's extremely slow internet is causing problems and frustrations for business owners, hotel operators and tourists.
The main complaint business owners have with Page's slow internet is that it greatly decreases their productivity. Heather Rankin, a realtor who owns Rankin Realty, says any large document that
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Page gets $902,500 grant for airport improvements

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
The City of Page received approval from the United States Department of Transportation Monday to begin bidding out a $902,500 grant for improvements to the Page Municipal Airport.
The grant will fund a full replacement of lighting fixtures along the main runway as well as Taxiway A to improve visibility during low-light situations.
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Page’s grand mixologists

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
Hoss Sanderson sits at the island in his kitchen inside Into the Grand experimenting with a new drink flavor, while Karen Steele moves about the kitchen preparing dinner for that night's guests. Sanderson mixes some lemonade, adds some lavender-flavored syrup to it, and stirs it up. He and Steele taste it, and they both nod their heads in approval.
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Fourth of July activities coming together

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
The Tempe-based Academy Drum and Bugle Corps will be returning to Page for its fourth year in a row to perform in the annual Fourth of July Celebrations.
Page High School senior and trumpet player Rachel Stice will also be making her debut performance in Page since joining the academy last year as a junior. Stice turned heads
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