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City, NPS continue discussions on improvements at Horseshoe Bend

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 10th, 2016
As visitors continue to flood into Horseshoe Bend well into the heart of the winter season, the internationally coveted, and increasingly crowded, tourist destination continues to get lip service from its two eager stewards.
Officials from both the City of Page and the Glen Canyon Recreation Area (Park Service) met late January to prolong discussions on what has been a
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Exploring the area with the Happy Hiking Club

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 10th, 2016
It's about 10 a.m. when we step out of our Jeeps and SUVs at the Wiregrass Trailhead and there, strap on our daypacks, extend our telescoping walking sticks, and take our first notice of the day's weather conditions.
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To the Gracias, wrestling is all in the family

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 10th, 2016
dn't come from a wrestling family, but he started one.
Sean Gracia Sr, his three sons, and even his daughter were, or still are, all wrestlers for Page High School.
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Page High grads representing area in world hoop dance championship

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 3rd, 2016
Dressed in a black leather coat, fitted jeans and winter shoes, Joseph Secody's casual Friday outfit is a far cry from the brightly colored and traditionally-inspired regalia of a professional Navajo hoop dancer.
At 20 years old, the Page High graduate has been a regular sight around town performing traditional grass dances and hoop dances for wide-eyed tourists at Chief
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Page school board to vote on restricting student drivers at lunchtime

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 3rd, 2016
The Page Unified School District Governing Board will finally vote on Feb. 9 on possibly banning high school students from leaving campus at lunch hour in their vehicles. The date marks exactly one year since the lunchtime accident that claimed the life of 15-year-old Page High School student Erik Vega.
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Page B&B voted fourth best in the nation

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 3rd, 2016
The Bear's Den, a bed and breakfast right here in Page, was voted the fourth best B&B in America on TripAdvisor two weeks ago. Not the fourth best in Page. Not the fourth best in Arizona. The fourth best in all of the United States.
The Bear's Den, located on Driftwood Ave., is owned by Bubba and Deb Ketchersid.
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Public works building and garage to relocate, police report fewer felonies for 2015

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 3rd, 2016
The deteriorating Page public works facilities and city garage may be moving after the Page City Council voted last week to potentially relocate them to Doland Field.
Council approved to enter a contract with Rosenberg and Associates to draft a plan to relocate the facilities, with many councilors agreeing on the quaint Doland Field as a prime location, Wednesday night
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Author Crystelle Dyer to visit Page

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 3rd, 2016
Author Crystelle Dyer, a Page native, will be doing two book signings in Page this Saturday. The first will be at the library at 10 a.m., and again later that evening at the Faith Bible Chapel at 6 p.m.
Dyer's book, "Safe in the Arms of Jesus," was published in September 2014. The book recounts her journey to Christ after
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