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3A North Regional High School Basketball Tournament BRACKETS

  3A North Regional High School Basketball Tournament BRACKETS

Click on images to enlarge Lake Powell Communications will be broadcasting all of the post-season games (boys&girls)

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UDWR: Please Don’t Feed Deer or Other Wildlife

  UDWR: Please Don’t Feed Deer or Other Wildlife

For Immediate Release Don’t feed deer or other wildlife due to public safety concerns and the health of animals SALT

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Senior Day: Two More Basketball Wins for Page

  Senior Day: Two More Basketball Wins for Page

(Click on photos to enlarge) The Page High School basketball teams were both in action on Saturday afternoon at the

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Two Dead in Shooting After a Pickup is Pulled Over by an Arizona Trooper

  Two Dead in Shooting After a Pickup is Pulled Over by an Arizona Trooper

A Trooper with the Arizona Department of Public Safety last week in Kingman was witness to two fatal shootings, one

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Glen Canyon Conservancy/Powell Museum Update

  Glen Canyon Conservancy/Powell Museum Update

Greetings public lands supporters, Many members of our public lands community have inquired on what’s next for the Powell Museum. 

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Native American Elections Outreach Program Wins National Award

  Native American Elections  Outreach Program Wins National Award

Coconino County Recorder’s Native American Elections Outreach Program Wins National Award FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The Coconino County Recorder’s Native American Elections Outreach

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Sheriff’s Office; Lost Man and Dog Rescued on Mt. Elden

  Sheriff’s Office; Lost Man and Dog Rescued on Mt. Elden

Lost subject and dog located on Mount Elden Flagstaff, AZ – On February 6 at approximately 7:30 pm the Coconino

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“Utaherd” and Feathered…The Use of Native-related Names in Sports

  “Utaherd” and Feathered…The Use of Native-related Names in Sports

Utaherd and Feathered By John Christian Hopkins It all started with Utah’s Iron County and its steely reserve. A Cedar City high school voted 3-2 to drop

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BLM Restores Access With a Blueprint for Managing National Monuments

  BLM Restores Access With a Blueprint for Managing National Monuments

News Release February 6, 2020 BLM restores access with a blueprint for managing national monuments and public lands in Utah

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Navajo Housing Authority Has Big Plans

  Navajo Housing Authority Has Big Plans

 NHA Has Big Plans By John Christian Hopkins There’s a housing shortage on the Navajo Nation, but the NHA has

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