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COVID Hospital Update

  COVID Hospital Update

Banner Page Hospital COVID Update Press Release: Banner Page Hospital reports the hospital has fully activated the Hospital Incident Command

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Happy Halloween!

  Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween! Tonight’s the night little goblins and ghouls will be knocking on the doors of Page looking to fill

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Shonto School Safety Conference

  Shonto School Safety Conference

School administrators and emergency management agencies will be coming together at the Twin Arrows Casino later this month for the

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Car Seat Safety Course

  Car Seat Safety Course

Correctly using a child safety seat can reduce the risk of death by as much as 71% in car accidents.

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Acquittals Escalate Violence Worries

  Acquittals Escalate Violence Worries

With the acquittals of seven defendants, including a Kanab woman, of charges associated with the armed takeover of a federal

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Flash Flooding Hazards for Hikers and Boaters

  Flash Flooding Hazards for Hikers and Boaters

Flash flooding can be hazardous whether you are hiking, camping or boating and happens most often when the monsoons produce

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Lightning Hazards for Hikers and Boaters

  Lightning Hazards for Hikers and Boaters

Monsoon season increases the dangers of lightning to both hikers and boaters. There are over 25 million lightning strikes in

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Practice Campfire Safety This Summer

  Practice Campfire Safety This Summer

The Tonto National Forest Prevention and Education Team are working in the area to promote campfire safety on the  Coconino

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5-5-16 Police Chief Frank Balkcom

  5-5-16 Police Chief Frank Balkcom

Page Police Chief Frank Balkcom stopped by the Lake Powell Communications to discuss the importance of talking to your kids

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Could Utah Middle School Students Start Learning About Gun Safety?

  Could Utah Middle School Students Start Learning About Gun Safety?

Utah middle schools could be adding firearms safety to their curriculum as a voluntary course for eighth-grade students. The measure

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