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New transformer; more than meets the eye

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 2014
A 30-ton $380,000 transformer arrived for installation earlier last week at the Slavens Substation, located south of the Glen Canyon Dam.
"We're hoping that it will be powering up Christmas lights," said Page Utility Enterprises Manager Bryan Hill. "This is a big day for this project."
The transformer replaces a 22-year-old old iteration that, according to Hill, began fizzling out
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Page Half Marathon - a time and pace for everyone

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 2014
As the sun rose on Oct. 18 over Lake Powell, so did masses of men, women, and even a few children to hit the streets and compete in the Lake Powell Half Marathon.
The 2013 Lake Powell Half Marathon was almost cancelled due to the ridiculous, back-and-forth dodgeball tournament the United States Congress kicked off on Oct. 1, 2013,
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Rankin finds dinosaur fossils in Big Water... again

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 2014
"It's like a drug," says David Rankin, for National Park Service. "When you're hiking in the hot sun for hours on end, hill after hill and you still don't find anything, it's unforgiving. But that moment when you see a vertebra jutting through the rock face, you can't put it into words. It's the thrill of discovery. It's that moment
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Moms unite to clean up the parks in Page

Modified: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
Even though there wasn't any "Unfinished Business" scheduled for the Oct. 8 Page City Council meeting, a group of concerned mothers had some unfinished business of their own with the council members about the dilapidated conditions of the parks in Page.
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The competition came to town and Page won

Modified: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
Crisp October weather was a boon last weekend as competitors from all over the southwest raced to Page to test their mettle on land, sea, and, for some, even the air.
Cancelled due to last year's government shutdown, the seventh annual Powell3 triathlon kicked off with a dip at the Wawheap Stateline Marina on Oct. 11. Hundreds of athletes
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Freshman stay Focused during mock accident

Modified: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
Shrill screams and the scene of a grizzly car accident on South Navajo Drive had bewildered passersby scrambling for their cellphones last Wednesday. A growing group of freshman students also gathered on the opposite end of the street as first responders sprang into action.
Luckily for the unaware onlookers and the student actors doused in buckets of artificial blood, the
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Navajo Police officer shot

Modified: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
Navajo Police Officer Joseph Gregg is walking, talking and recovering speedily after sustaining a shotgun wound to the face during a shootout near Kaibeto on Oct. 11.
Family members of the wounded officer posted updates to social media outlets on Monday saying Gregg had awoken from surgery and was doing well. The latest surgery, they said, successfully removed shrapnel
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Amidst fluency issues, Deschene has plenty to say

Modified: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
The parking lot for the LeChee Chapter House was almost impassable on Oct. 13 as Navajo Nation Presidential Candidate Chris Deschene made a visit.
Just moments earlier, the crowded hall passed a resolution with over 63 votes outlining their support for the LeChee native.
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