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Page Fire Department tackles house fire in LeChee

Modified: Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 2015
The Page Fire Department was dispatched to LeChee for a report on a house fire the morning of April 21.

PFD Engine 10 and Medic 10 were the first units to arrive at 1038. Upon arrival, there was smoke showing from the corner of the residence. It was confirmed that the home was unoccupied. Crews
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Page Fire department responds to fourth trailer fire in two months

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 2015
The Page Fire Department responded to a report of another trailer fire Wednesday afternoon within the Rim View Trailer Park off Vista Avenue.

The trailer, which was unoccupied, was completely destroyed in the blaze.

Fire fighters on the scene reported that it appeared squatters might have recently been occupying the building.

The cause of the fire has
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All around the Roundabout

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 2015
Construction on the roundabout outside Wal-Mart could take up to eight months to finish, but will aim to impede traffic as little as possible in the meantime, the Arizona Department of Transportation reports.
Initial work on the long sought-after $2.3 million junction began earlier this month after a final green light was given for bid approvals in December 2014.
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Page resident arrested on drug charges after search warrant executed

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 2015
On April 14, at approximately 6:30 a.m., Officers of the Page Police Department, Coconino County Sheriff's Office, Arizona Department of Public Safety and Medics from the Page Fire Department served a search warrant at 18 Red Mesa in Page. The search warrant was the result of a continuing investigation into the possession and sales of illegal drugs.
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Parks and rec board size up Page’s facilities

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 2015
Page's newly formed Parks and Recreation advisory board met for the second time April 6, but not in their regularly scheduled location at city hall.
Instead, board members were out on a tour of Page's parks and Sports Complex to make firsthand diagnoses on some of the locations' aging infrastructure and most glaring issues.
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What a year it’s been

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 2015
When Judy Franz took over as executive director for The Chamber Page Lake Powell in June 2014, she inherited a ship taking on water.
"I feel we're really moving in a positive direction these days," she said. "I was scared when I first jumped in because I knew things were in dire straights. We had a streak there where we
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Hughes selected as Superintendent for Florida Park

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 2015
Chris Hughes, Chief of Science and Resource Management for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, has been selected to be superintendent of Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve in Jacksonville, Fla.
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Page Hospital CEO announces retirement

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
Banner Chief Executive Officer Sandy Haryasz has announced her decision to retire from Page Hospital as of August 2015, capping a 32-year career with Banner Health.
Late last year Sandy's husband, Chet, announced his plan to retire from the Salt River Project this August. Haryasz said she immediately began fielding questions about her own career plans. Initially she felt that
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Prom Night

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
Page High School held it's Prom 2015 on April 11 at Antelope Point Marina. The theme of the evening was "The Great Gatsby." Pictured are students Jason Moore and Ailaina Herman were crowned King and Queen of the Prom. Also pictured, PHS students show their moves on the dance floor.
Courtesy photos by Deann McBride and Alex Tetzner
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Council approves mutual agreement with Navajo Nation

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
A recently drafted mutual aid agreement between the Page Police Department and Navajo Nation could mean quicker extraditions and swifter arrests for fugitives hiding behind Navajo Nation sovereignty.
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Tip a Cop raises money for Special Olympics

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
Last Friday night Page police, Coconino County Sheriff, and National Park Service officers showed the citizens of Page an entirely new side of "serving the community."
Friday night was the return of Tip a Cop, an event in which diners at Antelope Point Marina's Jadi To'oh Restaurant, instead of being waited on by the restaurant's usual wait staff, were
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Page PD seeking leads on Sunbeam Laundry shooting

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
The Page Police Department is seeking information leading to the identification of suspects involved in a shooting that occurred early Friday morning at Page's Sunbeam Laundry.
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“Sounds of Summer” entertainment series moving forward

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
Page city council approved last week a long-proposed and city-funded summertime entertainment series to the tune of $11,000.
Dubbed the "Sounds of Summer," the program is the revamped brainchild of the Page Tourism Board and Tourism Director Lee McMichael after attempts to get a similar program up and running last summer failed.
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