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Tractor Pull This Weekend in Page

  Tractor Pull This Weekend in Page

The 8th Annual Antique Tractor Pull and Machine Show is this weekend in Page. Held at The Big Lake Trading

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Carla Diamond Celebrates Forty Years at Bank

  Carla Diamond Celebrates Forty Years at Bank

Carla Diamond at National Bank of Arizona celebrated forty years at the bank with a party on Monday, September 29.

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Voter Registration Deadline: Monday, October 6

  Voter Registration Deadline: Monday, October 6

The deadline for Coconino County residents to register to vote in the November 4 General Election is next Monday, October

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Glen Canyon Dam Celebrates 50 Years: 1964 – 2014

  Glen Canyon Dam Celebrates 50 Years: 1964 – 2014

U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, House Speaker Andy Tobin, Mayor Diak and other officials and area residents

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Body of Stranded Hiker Found in Zion Narrows

  Body of Stranded Hiker Found in Zion Narrows

The body of a 34 year old male hiker was found Sunday by park rangers in the Virgin River Narrows

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Zion Cleaning Up From Weekend Downpour

  Zion Cleaning Up From Weekend Downpour

Cooler and mostly drier weather is what we’ll see over the next few days in the Page area, following the

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Page High Golf Team On The Road

  Page High Golf Team On The Road

You have to drive 223 miles to get from Page High School to Prescott. And that’s what the school’s golf

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New Plan to Fill Gap in Rural Health Care

  New Plan to Fill Gap in Rural Health Care

A new plan to allow multi-state licensing for physicians could help fill the gap in areas of Arizona without enough

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$554 Million Settlement for Navajo Nation

  $554 Million Settlement for Navajo Nation

A ceremonial signing of  a record $554 million settlement agreement  with the US government is scheduled for Friday in the

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No Place Really Safe; Even Page

  No Place Really Safe; Even Page

“Watch your step.” That’s the word of caution from Page Police Captain Ray Varner following two recent assaults in the

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