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FT. DEFIANCE, Ariz. – The Sand Devils cheerleaders had a very successful regional Spirit Line Showcase last weekend, bringing home first place trophies for three out of the four categories.

GLEN CANYON NATIONAL RECREATION AREA, Utah/Ariz. – Glen Canyon National Recreation Area’s Compendium has been updated.

Page’s state water infrastructure bill is back in play.

Feb. 14, Page City Council unanimously approved Ordinance No. 723-24.

PAGE, Ariz. – The National Park Service Structural Fire Investigators have completed their review of the Bullfrog Marina fire that occurred on Oct. 26, 2023.

Lake View Primary held its 5th Annual Science and Inventors Fair last week, and many of the students showed a great deal of creativity and inventiveness with the items they submitted.

The mini-Library Con event held by Page Public Library was a resounding success, drawing in over 400 attendees who were eager to immerse themselves in the world of comic books, movies, television and pop culture.

The City of Page is stepping up its game for community activities.

Five students from Page High School have qualified for this year's All-State Choir.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is implementing changes to its recreational boat pass fees on Monday, March 4, 2024.

Page Middle School’s Education Career Action Plan incentive trips are very popular with students and teachers alike.

Vandalism at Page’s parks and playgrounds goes largely unnoticed by residents, but the problem is there, it’s increasing, and taxpayers are paying for it.

Billed as one of the most exciting games of the regular season, the No. 3 ranked Lady Sand Devils hosted the No. 2 ranked Window Rock Fighting Scouts on Saturday.

After a year-and-a-half hiatus, cheerleaders have returned to Page High School – and their presence at basketball games, wrestling matches and other events has been instantly and distinctly noticeable.

Four teachers from Page Unified School District have been nominated for Coconino County Teacher of the Year. The teachers are Erica Pullin, art teacher at Lake View Primary; Jodian Brown, 4th grade teacher at Desert View Intermediate; Eugena Trujillo, industrial tech teacher at Page High School; and Kayley Montes, math teacher at Page High School.

Page High School students were looking for a community service project. They chose trail cleanup. The organizing students belonged to the school’s AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Club and, from experience, knew Page’s local trails needed their help.

The Lady Sand Devils maintained their 4th place ranking after a 51 to 33 victory over Chinle last Thursday night, followed by a 49 to 36 win over Tuba City Friday night.

The boys wrestling team finished 7th and the girls team finished 5th at this year’s Sand Devil Classic on Jan. 19-20.

There were multiple budget items discussed at the May 16, 2023, City Council Special Agenda meeting. One of the most significant items on the agenda was the Project 25 (P25) radio system for police, fire and rescue communications.

The hike to The Wave, located in the Coyote Buttes North Special Management Area of Pariah Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, requires a permit from the Bureau of Land Management, which are allocated by lottery and can be particularly difficult to get in the popular hiking month of May.

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