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Could Navajo Generating Station be going away?

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 11th, 2017
It's long been a question of "when," rather than "if." But the recent rumblings of a sooner-than-expected shuttered Navajo Generating Station came to a head last week as word broke the plant is being considered for decommission as early as Dec. 31 2019, if not sooner.
Plummeting natural gas prices, majority owner and chief operator of the plant Salt River
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Following his father’s footsteps

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 11th, 2017
Leupp, Arizona, is a beautiful little spot in the world, located on the southern end of the Navajo Reservation, about 35 miles northeast of Winslow. It's flat and treeless, allowing one to see for miles in all directions. A row of blue-gray buttes can be seen on the eastern horizon, and Humphreys Peak rises in the west. The Little Colorado
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A new year brings a new life

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 11th, 2017
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Page Hospital welcomed its first baby of 2017 at 10:27 a.m. Jan. 3. Collin Archer Moore is the son of Victoria and Michael Moore of Page. Collin weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 18 inches long.
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Locals look to ‘Gather Page in Mutual Respect’ on MLK Day

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 11th, 2017
A group of Page area citizens have come together to host a first-of-its-kind event to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 16 in a uniquely Page way.
Forrest Henry and Connor Chee, two of several Pageites who participated in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests this fall, have joined forces with Page's United Methodist Church Pastor Brooke Burris Isingoma
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Obama creates Bears Ears National Monument

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 4th, 2017
Last week, President Barack Obama used the Antiquities Act to create Bears Ears National Monument, an area comprising 1.35 million acres in southeastern Utah.
Conservationists cheered the action particularly because the designation will protect the area from all future mineral and oil development.
But many Utah resident's viewed it as nothing more than a federal land grab they say
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Visitor restrictions in place at hospital

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 4th, 2017
With influenza cases rapidly picking up in Coconino County, Page Hospital is implementing visitor restrictions to protect patients, staff and visitors to the hospital
Brian Kellar, CEO of Page Hospital, said effective immediately, the following rules will be in effect at Page Hospital:
• Do not visit the hospital if you have fever, cough, vomiting or diarrhea
• No visitors
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Page soup kitchen returns, needs help

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 4th, 2017
It is back and just in time for the new year ahead. The Circle of Page's soup kitchen will be returning to serve hot home-cooked meals to the less fortunate of the Page area's citizenry next Monday, Jan. 9.
Located at St. David's Episcopal Church and operated by the Circle of Page, the soup kitchen has served free meals to
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Concerns over airplane size adds to EAS dilemma

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 4th, 2017
Page City Council held an impromptu special meeting last week after hearing word that potential Essential Air Service bidder and international airline company SkyWest Airlines would not be able to legally operate its aircraft at the Page Municipal Airport.
In December, the airline submitted a late bid to fulfill Page's EAS contract this upcoming July as the long serving Great
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DJ Chuck Serventi rocks the Big Apple

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 4th, 2017
Anyone who has watched DJ Chuck Serventi perform on stage has probably wondered why a man of his talents isn't rocking a larger venue. He got his chance to do that in December when MGM hired him to work his magic at a corporate party they were throwing in New York City.
"It was absolutely amazing and surreal," he said.
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