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Navajo Nation President vetoes legislation

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
After a months-long legal and political battle upon a stage that has shined a spotlight on questions of Navajo identity, culture, and the role of language in a growing youth demographic, the fate of Navajo Nation Presidential hopeful and Page High School graduate Chris Deschene is unclear.
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Taking it to the skies

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
Since 2003, after its inauguration, The Page Lake Powell Balloon Regatta has become a world-class and citywide jewel of an event right in the heart of the fall season.
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ROYALTY

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
Edward White and Jancee Etsitty Page's 2014 Homecoming King and Queen, pose on Cyclone field during the football game. Navajo Nation presidential candidate and Page High alumnus Chris Deschene came back home to watch the Sand Devils clobber the Window Rock Scouts 21, 6.
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Council gives direction on tourism board authority

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
The Page Tourism Board may want to start shopping for hats as they are probably going to be wearing many of them.
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Council gives direction on tourism board authority

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
The Page Tourism Board may want to start shopping for hats as they are probably going to be wearing many of them.
During an Oct. 22 work session at City Hall that preceded the regularly scheduled city council meeting,
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Seventeen arrested in Tuba City drug sweep

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
Following a coordinated federal, tribal and state task force investigation into drug trafficking on the Navajo Nation, 20 individuals have been charged with federal drug trafficking crimes.
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Residents say “I Do”

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
After an announcement by Attorney General Eric Holder on Oct. 17, Arizona, alongside Alaska, Idaho, North Carolina, West Virginia, and Wyoming, became the latest states to recognize same-sex marriage.
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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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