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Study shows Rainbow Bridge actually moves

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 26th, 2016
Jeffrey Moore, assistant professor of geology and geophysics at the University of Utah, will speak about the surprisingly dynamic structure of Rainbow Bridge at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area headquarters, 691 Scenic View Dr. Refreshments will be provided by the Glen Canyon Natural History Association.
The park commissioned Moore to conduct a study in

Navajo Nation president, vice president endorse Clinton

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 26th, 2016
On Friday, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez endorsed Hillary Clinton for president while working to get out the vote.

"I believe Hillary Clinton, as president of the United States, will be a strong partner to work with on a government-to-government level," said Begaye in a written statement. "In this campaign, she has committed to serving

County parks departments secures bid for State Trust Land

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 26th, 2016
The Coconino County Parks and Recreation Department was successful in its bid to acquire 220 acres of State Trust Land at public auction last week.
The county has been seeking the land located north of Ft. Tuthill, including portions of Soldiers Trail, as a part of County Parks and Open Spaces initiative passed by voters in 2002.
"I'm very excited

Star gazing party at Navajo Bridge

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 19th, 2016
Coconino County Supervisor Lena Fowler, Glen Canyon Natural History Association and Lowell Observatory will host a free Star Gazing Party on the Navajo Bridge in Marble Canyon.
The party will take place from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Navajo Bridge near Lee's Ferry. There is no charge to attend.
Telescopes will be setup by amateur and

The Pedaling Astronomer to roll through Page this week

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 19th, 2016
Gary Parkerson, a 62-year old astronomer-cyclist known as the ‘Pedaling Astronomer' will be riding through Page between Oct. 20 and 23 while on his 13,500-mile, 48-state, cross-country bike ride, bringing attention to amateur astronomy and cycling across the country. The ride is scheduled to arrive in Casper, Wyoming, to celebrate the total solar eclipse occurring in the United States in

City council honors Page residents

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 19th, 2016
As part of a new initiative to recognize citizens who go out of their way to make the Page community a better place, Page City Council and Mayor Bill Diak presented plaques to Page Boy Scout Grant Gardner (left) and former Page Fire Chief Larry Clark Sr. (right). Gardner was recognized for his efforts in adopting the west entrance of

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