Modified: Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
(May 22) Prompted by concerns over individual freedom, enforcement and costs, Page council on May 22 rejected a proposed ban on the use of tobacco products on city-owned property.
The Page High School Unity Club had sought the prohibition, and two of its members spoke prior to the vote, but they were unable to sway councilors.
Council also approved ...more
Modified: Thursday, May 16th, 2013
A gorgeous evening, a worthy cause and a dedicated group of caring citizens made the Page Relay for Life a success.
According to Marissa Griffin, 14 teams and 182 people participated in the May 11 event at Sand Devils Stadium, raising $14,210 with more still coming in.
Funds are used by the American Cancer Society for research, education, and support ...more
Posted: Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Without taking official action, city council on May 8 readily endorsed the idea of allowing outdoor vendors in Page, but shunned two proposals for commercial activity near Horseshoe Bend.
In a discussion-only item, councilors turned thumbs down to a proposal from a PTS Equity,
PTS Equity is looking to buy about 1.66 acres of city property just north of the ...more