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LeChee families flip the switch for first time

Modified: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
Alvin and Margie Tso have lived here among the ancient, cross-bedded sandstone with their livestock since 1954 when Alvin returned home from the Korean War.
They raised eight children, saw work begin on the Glen Canyon Dam and the town of Page emerge from Manson Mesa. They watched in the mid-1970s as the Navajo Generating Station rose day-by-day where their

Hooligan breaks into Beach Break; will not get a break

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
At approximately 12:23 a.m. on the morning of April 7, owner and operator of Page's Beach Break Boardshop received an urgent call from his security company. The alarm in his store had been tripped and police were already en route to investigate.
Ryan Hensman, who had been called for false alarms in the past, groggily threw on some clothes and

Soggy doggies at Page Animal Adoption

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
April 5 marked another charity event for the Page Animal Adoption Agency. The "Soggy Doggy" dog wash, hosted by Pampered Pets and with the help of a handful of volunteers, invited mangy mutts in, and sent cultivated canines out.
After settling a dispute over ownership of their building with city council earlier in March, the Page Animal Adoption Agency has

Contingency plan funded by contingency fund

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
An unanimous decision, the Page Tourism Board voted in favor of granting the John Wesley Powell Museum an additional one-time $25,000 for its ongoing renovations on April 2. The final vote and approval now lies in the hands of city council during their meeting on April 9. The money, which is planned to come from the city's contingency fund, will

Speaker Tobin and Rep. Hale applaud ADOT

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
Eight months after a landslide forced the closure of a portion of US Route 89, just south of Page, the Arizona Department of Transportation completed an alternative route. The alternative route, US Route 89T, has been open without restriction since last October.
"Despite a very difficult task, ADOT has given Page and the surrounding communities the chance to return to

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