Posted: Thursday, Mar 6th, 2014
Hundreds of Page residents participated in a fundraiser at The Bowl on March 1 to benefit a local teenager who suffered a life-threatening head injury.
Star athlete and Page High sophomore, Andrew Serventi, went to a friend's birthday party after a varsity soccer practice on Nov. 11, 2013. That cold and snowy day would become the nightmare all parents ...more
Posted: Wednesday, Feb 26th, 2014
One of three core missions will be eliminated, nursing program to be cut in half and tuition increases to generate revenue.
Budget challenges caused by a lack of state funding, and a voter-rejected property tax override bid in November 2013 are reasons attributed to the Coconino Community College District Governing Board's Feb. 25 decision to convert the Page campus ...more
Modified: Tuesday, Feb 25th, 2014
The Page campus of Coconino Community College will not be closed, but the manner in which educational services are provided will change, after a vote by the financially-challenged school's board of directors.
CCC spokesman Scott Talboom said after the board's Feb. 25 meeting that the vote will mean "less onsite instruction, no full-time teachers and more reliance on long-distance learning, ...more
Modified: Sunday, Feb 23rd, 2014
Donald Adams, who was supposed to start work Monday morning as Page city manager, emailed officials at 7:55 a.m. Sunday to say he is not taking the job.
The email, which was sent to Councilor David Tennis, Mayor Bill Diak, interim City Manager Rick Olson and Human Resources Director Kay Eddlemon, cited a recently discovered a personal medical condition as ...more