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Navajo medicine man blesses NHA visitor’s center

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
On Monday, Navajo medicine man Lorenzo Max blessed the Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center as part of its re-opening ceremony for the 2016 season.
The blessing ceremony was arranged by Karen Dallett, director of the Natural History Association, who wanted to use the occasion as an opportunity to usher in what she hopes will be a new era of collaboration
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Page school district making strides toward retaining good teachers

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
During the school years between 2013 and 2015, 29 certified Page Unified School District staff members -- the majority of which were teachers -- broke their contracts early or without notice. Nineteen of those staffers broke contracts between school years during the summer months, but the other 10 left in the middle of the school year; abandoning their classrooms and
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Dancing the night away

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
Jamie Brough/Lake Powell Chronicle
Kendyl Bennett dances with a cornucopia of flowers in hand during Act 1 of The DanceSpace's production of Sleeping Beauty last Saturday.
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Girl Scouts point to Morgan Serventi as a visionary

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
Four years ago, the Girls Scouts of America honored Page native Morgan Serventi with their National Young Women of Distinction as a visionary for her work in developing and bringing a sustainable fuel system to remote villages in Kenya, Africa. Serventi is back in their spotlight again, appearing in an 80-second ad where she tells a new crop of Girls
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Tourism to Grand Canyon National Park creates $584 million in economic benefits

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
A new National Park Service report shows that 5.5 million visitors to Grand Canyon National Park in 2015 spent $584 million in communities near the park. That spending supported 8,897 jobs in the local area and had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of $813 million.
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Time for fun on the river

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
Steven Law/Lake Powell Chronicle
Tom and Abe Borkowski, and Brooke and Kira Chang enjoy a sunny day in Glen Canyon last week during a Colorado River Discovery rafting trip.
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19 tribal schools in Arizona went uninspected

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
WASHINGTON, At least 19 tribal schools in Arizona went four years or more without the inspections that are supposed to be performed every year by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, according to a recent Government Accountability Office audit.
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Lake Powell drowning victim recovered

Modified: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
A Wasatch County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue team recovered the body of 25-year old Tim Ritarita of Sevier County, Utah on Sunday, three days after he was reported missing while boating on Lake Powell.
Ritarita disappeared Thursday while boating with a friend in the Utah portion of Wahweap Bay in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
According
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Storytelling festival opens with three travel writers

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
Three travel writers -- Tim Cahill, Amy Gigi Alexander and Steven Law -- will read their original works at the inaugural Tales from a Downriver Campfire Storytelling Festival on Friday night. In addition to stories from the travel writers, the event will also feature poems and short films from Law.
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Page Hospital named best of the best

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
Last week, Banner Health awarded Page Hospital its Best of the Best Award, which recognizes the top hospitals, health centers and clinics within the Banner Health System. Page Hospital won the award for demonstrating consistent and overall high performance.
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City finds short-term solution to IT dilemma

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
In the wake of Mike Bergner's resignation more than four months ago, and with only one of three IT technician positions currently filled, Page City Council voted last week to contract with an interim information technology director.
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Court: Navajo due hearing on demand that feds return remains, relics

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
WASHINGTON, A divided federal appeals court reinstated a Navajo Nation lawsuit seeking to force the National Park Service to return more than 300 remains and relics that are "among the most sacred" of the tribe's property.
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Navajo Generating Station Unit 2 returns online after 2016 overhaul

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
The 2016 overhaul of the Navajo Generating Station's Unit 2 is complete despite an exceptionally rare interruption midway through that caused the plant's two other units to go offline simultaneously and required workers to help restore them.
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