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Kaibab NEPA Coordinator Marcos Roybal and Kaibab Law Enforcement Officer Jerry Parker evaluate resource damage from off-road vehicle use on the Williams District of Kaibab National Forest. Wendy Howell/WGCN
Kaibab NEPA Coordinator Marcos Roybal and Kaibab Law Enforcement Officer Jerry Parker evaluate resource damage from off-road vehicle use on the Williams District of Kaibab National Forest. Wendy Howell/WGCN
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Muddy tire tracks through ephemeral stream beds, proliferation of nonnative grass species and banked BMX style berms. These are some of the unfortunate results of off-road vehicle use on the Kaibab National Forest, according to Jerry Parker, law enforcement officer with the Forest Service.

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• Out of the past: Sandoval's Mobil
• Out of the past: Snowstorm bottlenecks Williams
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• Business Beat: Cowgirl Coffee Cake Company a sweet adventure
• Out of the past: Outdoor pool was summer fun
• Persnickety Books opens on Grand Canyon Boulevard

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• LaQuinta asks city for help with water fees
• Ash Fork woman finds niche creating coloring books
• Nation of Patriots tour visits Williams July 22
• Casino Night July 22, money to benefit animal shelter
• Northern Arizona astronomy: Saturn and its rings explained
• KinderCampers get tooth checkup by Coconino Health District
• Love, Lexi: The family of Lexi Gordon finds healing by helping

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• Williams 11-12 Majors softball win one, lose two at State tournament
• Juniors All-Stars battle to the end in District championship
• Williams Junior All-Stars win two, drop one at District
• Williams Vikings football camp July 14-16
• Williams Softball All-Star teams dominate District
• Williams Majors All-Stars go down swinging
• Little League Juniors Baseball All-Stars Selected

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• Obituary: Helen C. Martinez
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