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Feature: Lake Powell Fishing Report for May 13, 2022

  Feature: Lake Powell Fishing Report for May 13, 2022

By Wayne Gustaveson of WaynesWords.net May 13, 2022 Water Temperature 60-65 F Lake Elevation 3523 Lake Powell has been rising

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GCNRA Low Water Update: May 13, 2022

  GCNRA Low Water Update: May 13, 2022

Bullfrog North Ramp Will Become Operable at Elevation 3525 Feet: Lake Powell’s water level is slowly rising. As of May 12, the

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Navajo Artisan and Business Relief Grant to Begin Accepting Applications

  Navajo Artisan and Business Relief Grant to Begin Accepting Applications

ST. MICHAELS, ARIZONA – The Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development is set to re-launch the Navajo Artisan and Small

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Nez, Lizer Honor Navajo Police

  Nez, Lizer Honor Navajo Police

By John Christian Hopkins In a May 11 proclamation Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer recognized

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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Prohibits use of Powered Paragliding / Paramotor / Ultralight Aircraft

  Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Prohibits use of Powered Paragliding / Paramotor / Ultralight Aircraft

PAGE, Ariz. – Use of Powered Paragliding/Paramotor/Ultralight aircraft is now prohibited within the boundaries of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

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New Speeding Law in Utah this Week

  New Speeding Law in Utah this Week

A new law went into effect in Utah this week, with the aim of combating high driving speeds in the

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On-Forest Sediment Reduction Project Underway in Museum Flood Area

  On-Forest Sediment Reduction Project Underway in Museum Flood Area

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A Coconino County Flood Control District (District) project to reduce on-national forest sediment production and transport above

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‘Navajo Warriors’ Get Home in Chinle

  ‘Navajo Warriors’ Get Home in Chinle

By John Christian Hopkins Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer signed a tribal council resolution into

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Reclamation Working to Stave off Power Reduction

  Reclamation Working to Stave off Power Reduction

By Eli Joseph The Bureau of Reclamation says its plans to continue power production at Glen Canyon Dam should stave

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PUSD to Offer Free Meals Through June

  PUSD to Offer Free Meals Through June

Page Unified School District will be offering free meals over the next few months for kids and teens under the

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