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Ceremony planned for road opening

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015
Highway 89 near Bitter Springs and Echo Cliffs will officially reopen at 4:30 p.m., March 27, the Arizona Department of Transportation announced. Its renewal will immediately follow a ribbon-cutting ceremony and the ushering in of Page Unified buses that will take students home down the route for the first time in over two years.
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Coffee talk

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015
In his ongoing effort to promote better relations between the community and his officers, Page Police Chief Frank Balkcom instituted Coffee with a Cop last Friday morning. Ten Page police officers and about 25 Page residents gathered at Stix Sporting Goods and shared coffee and donuts while they met and mingled.
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National Park Service applies for grant for Canyon Rim Trail

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015
Todd Brindle, Superintendent for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, is hoping for a case of fortune favoring the prepared when it comes to getting funding to build the long-proposed Glen Canyon Rim Trail.
If it gets built, the National Park Service (NPS) at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, will construct an eight and a half mile recreational use trail
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Another way sponsors daddy-daughter dance

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015
Another Way is sponsoring Page's first daddy-daughter dance this Friday at the First Baptist Church of Page.
The idea came from Lee McMichael who participated in a similar dance with his own daughters when he lived in Georgia.
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Board to approve new superintendent

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015
The Page Unified School District governing board was planning on voting to approve a contract for Robert B. Varner Jr. to take over as the district's new superintendent during a March 24 board meeting, after this edition of the Chronicle went to press.
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Natonabah resigns from school board, applicants wanted for vacancy

Modified: Thursday, Mar 19th, 2015
Coconino County Superintendent of Schools Risha VanderWey is seeking applications to fill a governing board vacancy with the Page Unified School District (PUSD).
VanderWey determined that an appointment to fill the vacant seat will best meet the needs of the community and district. This seat became vacant after the recent resignation of Martha Natonabah. The appointed board member will serve
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A cup of joe with a cop or two

Modified: Wednesday, Mar 18th, 2015
Take an hour this Friday morning to head over to Stix for a hot cup of coffee with your local law enforcement officers from the Page Police Department. From 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., members of the Page PD will be at Stix to gab with any members of the public willing to come hang out. No agenda and no
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US 89 set to reopen March 27, roundabout moving forward

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 18th, 2015
Slightly ahead of schedule, the Arizona Department of Transportation confirmed last week that the section of Highway 89 between Page and Bitter Springs will reopen to the public on Friday March 27.
According to a press release, "barring any potential weather delays or mechanical breakdowns during the paving process," the road will be paved, temporarily striped and ready to go
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Great Lakes out...then back in

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 18th, 2015
Page City Councilman Mike Bryan proved to be the swing vote during a special city council meeting Friday night as council members voted 4, 3 to recommend Great Lakes Airlines to the Department of Transportation to continue providing federally subsidized Essential Air Service (EAS) to the Page community. The final decision to approve the EAS now lies with the Department
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Navajo President approves funding for referendum on language requirement

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 18th, 2015
The decision whether or not to amend Navajo fluency requirements for the presidency of the Navajo Nation will go before the Navajo people through a referendum.
On standby to report before the New Mexico House of Representatives on the gaming compact with the state, President Ben Shelly's first order of business at the Office of the President and Vice President
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New board sets sights on Page’s parks

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 18th, 2015
The newly formed Parks and Recreation advisory board was sworn in for its inaugural meeting on March 16, and are looking to get Page's parks fixed up.
After voting Susan Pilkington as chairman and Angie Crim as vice chair, they and remaining members, Brian Carey, Aimee D'Avignon, and Mandi Lotze, planned a group field trip to all of the city's
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