Lake Powell Chronicle Page City Council member Brian Carey proposed changing direction on uptown revitalization. His idea is to shift focus from Lake Powell Boulevard to North Navajo Drive.

Alternatives considered for embattled ‘Streetscape’ design

The idea of uptown revitalization began years ago; it gained a sense of urgency when Navajo Generating Station closed. Forward-thinking community leaders and business owners knew something had to be …
Brown trout.

Brown Trout Spring Bonanza March 1 through April 7, 2024

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, in partnership with Glen Canyon Conservancy, is pleased to announce we are extending the Brown Trout Incentivized Harvest program. The program is expected to …
Sports

Arizona hires Desireé Reed-Francois as athletic director to navigate move to Big 12

University of Missouri Director of Athletics Desireé Reed-Francois speaks at a news conference introducing Dennis Gates as the new head basketball coach at Missouri, Tuesday, March 22, 2022, in Columbia, Mo. Arizona has hired Reed-Francois to guide the athletics department through financial difficulties prior to the school's move to the Big 12. Reed-Francois agreed to terms Monday, Feb. 19, 2024, on a five-year contract that will start at $1 million per year, pending approval by the Arizona Board of Regents.
  TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona has hired former Missouri athletic director Desireé Reed-Francois to guide the athletics department through financial difficulties prior to the …
Connor Peterson at state tournament championship round.

Sand Devil wrestlers find success at state

Five Page wrestlers returned from the state tournament with some impressive hardware around their necks: Connor Peterson, Ian Yellowhair, Trina Bennett, Ilina Robbins, and Mya Tsinniginnie all …
3A North Player of the Year Tyree Stingley.

Page High School student named 3A North Player of the Year

Tyree Stingley, a junior at Page High School, was named the 3A North Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year. The 3A North Player of the Year is voted on by all the boys basketball coaches in 3A …

Mustangs knock Sand Devils out of playoffs

The Sand Devils’ amazing season came to a disappointing end Wednesday night in the first round of the state championship tournament when they lost to Monument Valley 58-61.

Lady Sand Devils advance to state quarterfinals

The Lady Sand Devils advanced to the quarterfinals of the 3A State Championship tournament after defeating Ganado 60-38 in the tournament’s second round Friday.

Lady Sand Devils edged out in regional championship

FORT DEFIANCE, Ariz. – The Window Rock Lady Scouts narrowly beat out the Lady Sand Devils in the regional championship game Saturday by a score of 57 to 51.
Obituaries
Tamara Jean Tichinel
Tamara Jean Tichinel, affectionately known as “Tammy,” passed away at home surrounded by her family on May 6, 2024, in Page, Arizona.  She was born on May 12, 1959, in the historic …
Thomas Roy Decker
With deep sadness, we announce the passing of Thomas Roy Decker on Feb. 8, 2024 at his home in Page, Az., while surrounded by his family.
Evelyn Woolsey
Evelyn Luella Woolsey, age 85, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024 at a skilled nursing facility in St. George, Utah.
Harry L. Decker
Harry L. Decker, age 82, died Jan. 14, 2024, in his home in Big Water, Utah. Harry was born June 15, 1941, in Paonia, Colorado.
Wayne Allen Noel
Wayne Allen Noel passed away at home on the evening of Jan. 9, 2024, with his wife Connie and his beloved dog Sadie by his side.
Opinion
Amory Lovins.

Energy guru says energy gap can be bridged

The experts tell us an energy gap looms. Fossil fuels are phasing out, and solar and wind power can’t produce enough electricity to meet the demand in coming decades.

Live rough and know the real world

Guides in the outdoor industry inevitably come up with collective nicknames for customers. On horseback they’re “dudes,” on the river they’re “mers” – short for customers – and they’re “sticks” if you’re trying to trick a trout. Sometimes the terms trend a little negative – “flatlander” comes to mind, and there’s another name I’ve come to use but need to explain it.
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