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City Council Breezes Through Agenda

  City Council Breezes Through Agenda

  By Aaron Kellar Page City Council held their regular meeting last night, (March 25th) to discuss bid awards, a

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He’s 10 – and was a Hollywood Actor Who Died in 1964!

  He’s 10 – and was a Hollywood Actor Who Died in 1964!

By John Christian Hopkins He’s a 10-year-old Oklahoma boy and remembers his days as a Hollywood actor-turned-agent. Ryan began having

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Welcome Superintendent Robert B. Varner, Jr.

  Welcome Superintendent Robert B. Varner, Jr.

By Aaron Kellar Page Unified School District has named the person that will be replacing Jim Walker, as the superintendent

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The Long Goodbye of DeeRoy Spence

  The Long Goodbye of DeeRoy Spence

By John Christian Hopkins Where – and how – should DeeRoy “Spence” Spencer be buried? That’s the issue that pits

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“World War III Has Begun”

  “World War III Has Begun”

By Mike Reilley What’s to become of the Navajo Nation’s chief justice? We will apparently find out very soon. At

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Pete “Rose,” and then Fell From Grace

  Pete “Rose,” and then Fell From Grace

By John Christian Hopkins For many in baseball the bloom is off the Rose. But now that Pete Rose has

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Lake Powell Fishing Report

  Lake Powell Fishing Report

Photo caption: While fishing for stripers in Warm Creek my lure ticked the bottom momentarily. It was long enough for

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Page Has a Rising Track Star

  Page Has a Rising Track Star

By Aaron Kellar The city of Page is known for many things, such as its sights and friendly community, but

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Supreme Court Hears Texas Case Over Confederate Flag

  Supreme Court Hears Texas Case Over Confederate Flag

By John Christian Hopkins Flags often invoke a feeling of patriotism and pride in one’s heritage, but what if it

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Seven Tribes Closer to Federal Recognition

  Seven Tribes Closer to Federal Recognition

By John Christian Hopkins The Senate Indian Affairs Committee has endorsed two tribal recognition bills despite the backing of the

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