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Page defeats Tuba City to claim state title

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 4th, 2015
A trophy is a slippery thing.
It doesn't care that you've earned this, or that you deserve it. It doesn't care about all your early morning workouts, or that you've maintained your GPA doing homework in a dark bus bouncing home from Kayenta or Chinle; when you're already bone tired. It doesn't care about the afternoons you spent perfecting your
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Brooke Lister: Iron for Iron

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 4th, 2015
Off the court Brooke Lister is kind, friendly, and caring. But on the court she is iron. And iron blade.
She's strong. She's sharp. She's tough. Fire-wrought, and hard-forged. She isn't flashy like steel, but she is polished.
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Search for new superintendent narrowed to six

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 4th, 2015
The Governing Board of the Page Unified School District met on Feb. 25 to select the finalists from the applicant pool for the position of superintendent. The school district received nine completed sets of materials from applicants which were screened by members of the governing board as well as a committee made up of Page staff and community members.
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CCC Page campus director Jim Hunter: “We’re still here”

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 4th, 2015
It has been just over a year since the Coconino Community College governing board voted to convert the Page campus to an "instruction-only" site. Despite halved enrollment numbers and no fulltime teachers for the 2014, 2015 school year, campus director Jim Hunter says things are starting to look up.
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CAVIAT to offer two new courses

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 4th, 2015
The Coconino Association for Vocations, Industry and Technology (CAVIAT), will be offering two brand new courses for Page High School-level students this upcoming 2015, 2016 school year.
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Exploring the desert with Wright Short

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 4th, 2015
If John Wesley Powell has stood there, Wright Short has probably stood there too.
He has stood at the edge of more scenic vistas that Thomas Moran, and only Anasazi hunters have explored more of the Paria Plateau than he has.
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Lady Sand Devils win state!!

Posted: Saturday, Feb 28th, 2015
PAGE WINS 54-42!! THE LADY SAND DEVILS ARE STATE CHAMPIONS!!!
Be sure to pick-up a copy of the March 4th edition of the Chronicle for our special Lady Sand Devils tribute section!!!
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Meet and greet the PUSD Superintendent finalists

Posted: Friday, Feb 27th, 2015
The Governing Board of the Page Unified School District met on Feb. 25, to select the finalists from the applicant pool for the position of Superintendent. The school district received nine completed sets of materials from applicants which were screened by members of the Governing Board as well as a committee made up of Page staff and community members. The
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SPRING TO...WINTER?

Posted: Thursday, Feb 26th, 2015
The local weather went from 70 degrees on Friday to a snow covered Page on Monday. Pictured, Ricky Wilson takes his dogs on a morning adventure along the Rimview Trail Monday after a stormcell drops 4 to 5 inches of snow over the weekend. School was closed on Monday due to the conditions.
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Community helps fire victim

Posted: Thursday, Feb 26th, 2015
Hollie Rosser, owner of the three Subway stores in Page, has set out donation jars in her stores to help raise money for Clarisse Dellegrazie, who lost everything when her trailer burned down last week. Delegrazie is the manager at the Subway next to Burger King.
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A bit closer with each step

Posted: Thursday, Feb 26th, 2015
Malcolm Bennett was lying in the bed of his pickup truck at a hotel parking lot near Bryce Canyon when he reluctantly picked up his cellphone. It was June 13, 2014 and just after 10 p.m. The father and Page resident was hoping to get a decent night's sleep before his first ever 50-mile race the following morning.
He almost
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Taking aim at AIMS

Posted: Thursday, Feb 26th, 2015
Ding-dong, the test is dead.
Page High and Tse'Yaato' students who still needed to take Arizona's Instrument to Measure Standards this week can rest easy now after Senate Bill 1191 passed Friday Feb. 20, effectively killing the high-stakes state assessment.
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NAVAJO NATION SUPREME COURT INVALIDATES COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS

Posted: Friday, Feb 20th, 2015
The Supreme Court of the Navajo Nation has invalidated two Navajo Nation Council resolutions, Resolutions CD-80-14 and CD-81-14, and ordered the Director of the Navajo Election Administration to hold the general election as soon as possible for the Office of the President with candidates Joe Shirley, Jr., and Russell Begaye. The Court also ordered that the NEA hold elections for
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