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Donation will help feed, clothe less fortunate students

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 21st, 2015
Page's Knights of Columbus once again generously donated a $500 check to a local charitable organization.
This time it was to the McKinney-Vento homeless education program at the Page Unified School District. The program helps struggling families to get students enrolled, fed and clothed. Pictured left to right, are Grand Knight Bill Adamczyk, liason for the program and executive

Local youth requests volunteers to help clean up the mesa

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 21st, 2015
Page High student and resident Donovan Buckley, 15, has asked any and all willing volunteers to help him clean up a swath of the Manson Plateau stretching from the old McDonald's lot on Lake Powell Boulevard up to 13th Avenue.
The efforts, he said, will help him achieve a scholarship to attend the Colvig Silvercamp in Durango, Colo.

CCC offers increased financial support for students

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 21st, 2015
In an effort to help area college students further their education at Coconino Community College, the Coconino County Community Services Department partnered with CCC to provide financial assistance for residents wishing to continue their education.
"The Coconino ‘$ave2Learn' IDA Program provides an excellent opportunity to help support our students who are serious about furthering their education," County Board of Supervisors

Joni Maize graduates from Baker University

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 21st, 2015
Joni Maize, from Page, graduated Dec. 14 from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kan. with her master's degree in business administration.
More than 500 undergraduate and graduate students at Baker University received their degrees during commencement ceremonies Dec.14 at the Collins Center on the Baldwin City campus.
Baker, the first university in Kansas, has been listed among the top schools

A Paws-itive outlook for 2015

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 14th, 2015
Director for the Page Animal Adoption Agency Natalie Ferrando (right) alongisde volunteers and the board of directors for the organization held a luncheon on Jan. 10 at the Page Community Center to thank current volunteers and foster parents. Ferrando commented that due to the continued work by volunteers, many of whom put as many hours into their efforts as they

Fine art exhibit will open at Powell Museum in February

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 14th, 2015
The Colorado Plateau encompasses 130,000 square miles and is comprised of some of the most unique and awe-inspiring landscapes in the southwest. With over 60 national parks, monuments, and wilderness areas, the Colorado Plateau's pristine and distinct natural beauty remains safeguarded for future generations to experience. Artist Ron Larson also preserves the spirit of the wide open spaces, towering rock

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