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1675 Massacre Site Returned to Narragansetts

  1675 Massacre Site Returned to Narragansetts

Massacre Site Returned to Narragansetts It was December 19, 1675, a mind-numbingly frigid winter’s day, with a deadly blizzard roaring

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Some Closures on I-17 This Weekend

  Some Closures on I-17 This Weekend

I-17 Alert: Plan on delays for weekend closures between Happy Valley Road and SR 74 (Nov. 5-7) Southbound closed Saturday,

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UDWR – Do Not Remove Desert Tortoises From the Wild

  UDWR – Do Not Remove Desert Tortoises From the Wild

For Immediate Release Nov. 4, 2021 DWR conservation officers remind public it’s illegal to remove desert tortoises from wild SALT

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“The WAVE” Will Now Involve Page, Too

  “The WAVE” Will Now Involve Page, Too

WAVE Hiking Hiking Permit Changes on the Way (BLM Release) The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Arizona Strip Field Office,

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Confirmed: He is a Direct Descendent of Sitting Bull

  Confirmed: He is a Direct Descendent of Sitting Bull

Ernie LaPointe Closer to Realizing Dream By John Christian Hopkins Ernie LaPointe always claimed he had a famous ancestor, now

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O’Halleran Hopes to See Lower Senior Prescription Costs

  O’Halleran Hopes to See Lower Senior Prescription Costs

O’Halleran Applauds Prescription Drug Pricing Provision in Proposed Build Back Better Bill (11/2/21) WASHINGTON – Today, following news that agreement had been

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Arizona Offers Lifeline for Homeowners

  Arizona Offers Lifeline for Homeowners

ARIZONA OFFERS LIFELINE TO STRUGGLING HOMEOWNERS PHOENIX, AZ – The Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) announced $197 Million in funding

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The First Celebrity, Kitty Fisher?

  The First Celebrity, Kitty Fisher?

The First Celebrity By John Christian Hopkins Kitty Fisher might not be a recognizable name today, but back in her

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Darren Coldwell Wants to Hear from the Navajo Police Chief

  Darren Coldwell Wants to Hear from the Navajo Police Chief

Mutual Aid Between Page and the Navajo Nation Ending? Page City Manager Darren Coldwell has been after the Navajo Nation

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Desiree Fowler is Now the PUSD Board President

  Desiree Fowler is Now the PUSD Board President

Desiree Fowler is President of the Page School Board   Tuesday night’s special meeting of the Page Unified School District

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