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Navajo Nation Department for Self Reliance Offices Closed

  Navajo Nation Department for Self Reliance Offices Closed

November 23, 2020   All Department for Self Reliance’s Offices and the Navajo Family Assistance Services are Closed Until December

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Softball, Softball & More Softball for Page America

  Softball, Softball & More Softball for Page America

A Third Softball Tournament On Its Way to Page!!   In mid-October, the City of Page hosted a girls’ fast

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USDA; Mangum Fire Closure Reduced

  USDA; Mangum Fire Closure Reduced

Mangum Fire closure reduced                                                                    FREDONIA, Ariz., November 23, 2020 — As part of the continuing effort to provide forest

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PUSD’s Food and Nutrition Services Distributes 7,000 Meals for Thanksgiving Week

  PUSD’s Food and Nutrition Services Distributes 7,000 Meals for Thanksgiving Week

PUSD’s Food and Nutrition Services Distributes 7,000 Meals for Thanksgiving Week   By Steven Law The week of November 16

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Page City Proclamation Reinstating Precautionary Measure to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

  Page City Proclamation Reinstating Precautionary Measure to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Here is a link to the proclamation:   https://cityofpage.org/images/covid19/Proclamation_Reinstating_Precautionary_Measures_to_Slow_Covid-19_-_Effective_11-19-2020.pdf

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Winter Operations at Bryce Canyon National Park

  Winter Operations at Bryce Canyon National Park

Access, Services, and Events for the 2020-2021 Winter Season The first signs of winter have arrived here at 8,000 feet.

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Bill Diak Back in the Saddle as Mayor of Page

  Bill Diak Back in the Saddle as Mayor of Page

Bill Diak re-Assumes His Role as Mayor of Page America Bill Diak took back the reins as Mayor of Page

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UDWR: When You Should Report a Wildlife Sighting/Encounter 

  UDWR: When You Should Report a Wildlife Sighting/Encounter 

When you should report a wildlife sighting/encounter  SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s growing population and expanding developments have increased the

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Hoop Dreams Coming True

  Hoop Dreams Coming True

Hoop Dreams Coming True By John Christian Hopkins What Navajo women’s basketball player is most likely to score the game-winning

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Arizona Recognizes Native American Heritage Month

  Arizona Recognizes Native American Heritage Month

PHOENIX⁠ — Governor Doug Ducey declared November 2020 Native American Heritage Month in Arizona to recognize the historical, cultural and

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