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Cameron 89 Road Work Underway

  Cameron 89 Road Work Underway

The Arizona Department of Transportation has just announced the start of a new project which is underway to expand US

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Celebrate Earth Day at Grand Canyon with Water Bottle Art

  Celebrate Earth Day at Grand Canyon with Water Bottle Art

Grand Canyon National Park is calling all Northern Arizona artists who would like to help celebrate Earth Day with water

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Groggy This Week for Some

  Groggy This Week for Some

Page Lake Powell, Arizona, doesn’t practice Daylight Saving Time which arrived over the weekend, but if you live on the

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Daylight Saving Time Starts Sunday, Except in Arizona

  Daylight Saving Time Starts Sunday, Except in Arizona

For most of the U.S., time springs forward an hour on Sunday for daylight saving time, except in Arizona. For

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Tourists Spend $190 Million in Page Lake Powell in 2012

  Tourists Spend $190 Million in Page Lake Powell in 2012

According to a new National Park Service (NPS) report, over two million tourists to Lake Powell in 2012 spent $190

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Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Lecture this Tuesday

  Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Lecture this Tuesday

A free lecture hosted by the Glen Canyon Natural History Association presents “Rock Art in the Grand Canyon” by Don

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Shelly Meets with Interior on Navajo Site Leasing Act

  Shelly Meets with Interior on Navajo Site Leasing Act

After meeting with Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly, the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) is moving forward with an act

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BLM Holding Wild Horse and Burro Adoptions in Florence

  BLM Holding Wild Horse and Burro Adoptions in Florence

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is holding wild horse and burro adoptions March 14-15, 2014, in Florence, Arizona.   An

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Arizona House Approves Yarnell Hill Fire Memorial

  Arizona House Approves Yarnell Hill Fire Memorial

On Monday, a bill to build a memorial for the Granite Mountain Hotshots who died in the 2013 Yarnell Hill

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US 89 Repair and 89T Road Signs Still A Concern

  US 89 Repair and 89T Road Signs Still A Concern

At the Page City Council meeting last Wednesday, February 26, 2014, the Arizona Department of Transportation made a presentation on

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