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Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: A Fight of the Century?

  Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: A Fight of the Century?

By John Christian Hopkins On May 2, undefeated boxing champion Floyd “Money” Mayweather will finally square off against Manny Pacquiao

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Roundabout is Around the Corner

  Roundabout is Around the Corner

 You’ve probably noticed that preliminary work has begin at the intersection of Haul Road and US 89, where ADOT is

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Recreation Area Means Economic Benefits

  Recreation Area Means Economic Benefits

PAGE, AZ – A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that over 2.4 million people visited Glen Canyon National

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City Council Meeting Summary

  City Council Meeting Summary

Page City Council convened for their regular bi-weekly meeting last night April (22nd). On the agenda was a number of

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Elvis Exhibit Fit For a King

  Elvis Exhibit Fit For a King

By John Christian Hopkins The Elvis Experience opens April 23 – which marks the 59th anniversary of The King’s first

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Deschene Talks About the Election

  Deschene Talks About the Election

“I have no confidence in the leadership that was selected on Tuesday.” Those were the words of Lechee’s Chris Deschene

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Page Fire Battles 2 Fires in 2 Days

  Page Fire Battles 2 Fires in 2 Days

Page Police and Fire rushed to the scene of a trailer fire in the trailer park, just off Vista Avenue

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Begaye Beats Shirley

  Begaye Beats Shirley

After months of legal wrangling, mudslinging and serpentine confusion, the Navajo Nation has elected a new president – businessman Russell

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NTUA Sees the Light With Solar Panels

  NTUA Sees the Light With Solar Panels

By John Christian Hopkins In 1973 Vickie Lawrence sang about the night the lights went out in Georgia, but most

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Gas Price Projections

  Gas Price Projections

Gas prices are expected to drop once more, according to a report by the Energy Department. The forecast calls for

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