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PUE board tables classification issue

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 16th, 2014
Page City Council and Page Utility Enterprises held a joint workshop on July 8 to discuss the waste water service classification issues that have recently surfaced.
Currently, PUE charges residential rate of "$4.18 times the winter consumption average."

Focusing on the future of Page

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 16th, 2014
PAGE LAKE POWELL -- After filling the position on June 16, brand new city manager Crystal Prentice sounds like she's settling into the job and, perhaps more notably, the city itself, just fine.
Prentice came to the arid mesa from a former city manager position in Waseca, Minn. She has prior experience in Arizona, however, when she worked in varying


Posted: Wednesday, Jul 16th, 2014
PAGE LAKE POWELL -- Fourteen-year-old Christian Penrod busts out a "hoochie glide" at Antelope Point Marina's Summer Kickoff Wakeboard Cable Competition. Penrod placed 4th overall in the competition's Pro division.
Photo courtesy Dejay Lister

Tappan boys tap in to history

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 16th, 2014
When historian Edouard Reniere made contact with the Tappan family earlier this year, most of them were downright amazed to learn of the exploits of one family member that had long since passed away.
The late Edward Tappan, grandfather to local cousins Levi and Steve Tappan, was shot down over the forests of France during World War II, in the

PUSD governing board standardizes academic standards for athletes

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 16th, 2014
Athletes at Page High School may need to up the academic ante in the upcoming school year after a July 9 vote by the Page Unified School District's governing board during their monthly meeting.
During a review of the high school's coach's handbook, a suggestion was made to up the academic requirements to participate in sports and extra curricular activities.

US 89 landslide repairs to begin later this month

Posted: Monday, Jul 14th, 2014
The reconstruction of US 89 between Bitter Springs and Page will begin later this month after the State Transportation Board approved a $25 million project to repair the landslide-damaged highway at Friday's board meeting in Cottonwood, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

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