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Charity bike ride for cancer passes through Page

A group of 24 cyclists riding for the Texas 4000 for Cancer 2022 team pedaled through Page on June 17, on their way from Austin, Texas, to Anchorage, Alaska. The cyclist are students at the University of Texas at Austin, and the annual ride is aimed at “fighting cancer by sharing hope, knowledge and charity in hundreds of communities” along the route, according to a statement released by the Texas 4000 for Cancer organization.
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Page PD Announces Addition of K-9 Unit, Acquires Two Drug Detection K-9s

PAGE, AZ (June 28, 2022) – Crimes involving illegal drugs continue to be a top concern for Page citizens. The Page Police Department is committed to addressing these concerns by investigating and enforcing drug-related laws. In support of these efforts, the Page Police Department has established a K-9 unit and has acquired two drug detection K9s.
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Page mayoral candidates debate city issues

This is part one of a two-part story covering the mayoral and City Council debate held at the Page Public Safety Building on June 23. This week focuses on responses by mayoral candidates Bill Diak and Richard Yanke, while next week will center on City Council candidates Theresa Lee, David Auge, Joelann “Jules” Costa and Mike Farrow. The election will be held Aug. 2.
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Shepherd of the Desert Preschool to Close July 30th

According to a letter sent to parents of children attending Shepherd of the Desert Lutheran Preschool, the school will be closing their doors permanently on July 30th. The letter states that due to difficulties filling open positions in the program, it will not be able to continue. “Dear Parents,. It...
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Highway maintenance on U.S. 89 near Page through July 8

PAGE, Ariz. — Drivers can expect lane restrictions on US 89 in the Page area for road maintenance through July 8. Construction will take place from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m and U.S. 89 will be one lane (alternating north- and southbound travel) in two-mile segments from south of Page to the Utah state line (mileposts 545 - 557). Flaggers and a pilot car will direct motorists through the work zone. A vehicle width limit of 14 feet will be in place. The speed limit will be reduced to 35 mph.
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City of Page Releases July Copper Newsletter

The City of Page has released their Copper Newsletter for the month of July, detailing all of the City-planned activities coming up for the month. This month’s newsletter features several activities taking place throughout July, including the 4th of July festivities, taking place from 10am to 10pm at John C Page Memorial Park. The Copper Newsletter does mention that due to supply chain issues that are being experienced nationwide, Page’s annual fireworks show will not be taking place this year.
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Debate Recap: Questions and Answers from Mayoral Candidates

The mayoral and City Council candidate debate took place in Page last night. The event was sponsored by the City of Page and the Page Lake Powell Chamber of Commerce. Two mayoral candidates and four candidates for City Council were available to answer questions asked by moderators. Here is a list of the questions asked of the mayoral candidates, as well as a condensed summary of their answers. These are not direct quotes. The summary of questions and answers from the City Council candidates can be found here.
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City Manager Addresses Citizens’ Requests for Local Water Feature

Last night was a regular meeting of Page City Council, and for at least the third Council meeting in a row, concerned citizens spoke to the Council about the community’s need for a controlled water feature such as a swimming pool, splash pad, or rec center. Safety has been...
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Page Fire Destroys 2 Homes

Few official details are yet available about a house fire that took place in Page on Saturday evening. According to the Page Police Department, the fire started at a residence on Valley Court and spread quickly to a second residence. The police department received the call for the fire shortly...
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Park engineer highlights challenges posed by low water

Michael Berry, park engineer for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Rainbow Bridge National Monument, presented research on the history of Lake Powell access in the Wahweap and Stateline areas at the monthly Canyon Club meeting in Page on June 17. Berry moved to Page from Australia because he loves...
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Relocated Wahweap Swim Beach Available on Lake Powell

PAGE, Ariz. – Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is pleased to announce a dedicated. swimming area has been relocated in the Wahweap area. The new swimming area is located west. of the Wahweap Main Ramp and has been marked with swim buoys. Day use parking is. available to the...
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Community Garden is growing strong

The Page Community Garden is growing strong despite this year’s windy and dry weather. The garden – a partnership between the City of Page, Banner Page Hospital and local gardeners – is located off Tunnel Road across from Page Animal Shelter. A chain link fence installed by...
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Anderson hired as permanent superintendent at PUSD

At its May regular meeting, Page Unified School District’s Governing Board voted unanimously to make Dr. Bryce Anderson PUSD’s permanent superintendent. The position will become official on July 1, when the district begins the 2022-23 school year. Anderson brings three decades of teaching and school administration experience to...
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CCC Page Center hosts Navajo Math Circles Camp

Coconino Community College Page Center hosted the Navajo Math Circles Camp from May 31 through June 9. The camp was a partnership between CCC, Page Unified School District and Navajo Nation Math Circles. The camp was open to all students in grades 6 to 12, with 24 students participating this...
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City of Page Council Meeting on June 22nd

Page City Council will have a City Council Regular meeting on Wednesday, June 22nd at 5:45pm at Page City Hall. There will be a special meeting of City Council just before that at 4:30, also at City Hall. During the special meeting, the Council will discuss and possibly take action...
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