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Cowpuncher's rodeo founding members Lucy and Jim Kreutzer to be honored

In 1981, Lucy and Jim Kreutzer and Joe Rogers got together to help bring a ranch rodeo to Williams. It was going to be a simple event involving ranch families and ranch hands in which no professional cowboys would be allowed — this reunion, would be a time where ranching families and friends could get together and visit.

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Former resident brings Williams' history to Discovery Channel's 'Sticker Shock'

A bit of Williams history aired June 6, when the Discovery Channel chose a vehicle with some Route 66 history to appear on its new show, “Sticker Shock.”

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Schools out! Children head for fun at Summer Rec

More than 70 children showed up to kick off the city of Williams Summer Rec program. This was a record number of children for the popular eight-week summer program.

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Game on for Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church

More than 80 children registered for and enjoyed the ‘Game On’ themed Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church in Williams.

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Business Beat: Mother Road Taxi and Tours road ready

After driving for Uber for one and a half years Eric Poocha and his wife decided they wanted to open their own taxi service.

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Business beat: New gift shop revamps west side of Williams

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After months of restoration and deliberation, Mike Cowen and Bryant McGee opened Route 66 Gift Shop Grand Canyon, a gift shop that draws both locals and tourists to the west end of Williams.

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Vintage train cars arrive for railroad museum

Arizona State Railroad Museum in Williams recently acquired several vintage train cars for display.

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Betsy Ross returns to Williams during first grade performance

First grade students sing and re-enact the life of Betsy Ross at Parenteau Auditorium in Williams May 16.

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Kindergarten class at Williams Elementary strolls confidently into first grade

Williams Elementary-Middle School’s 2018 kindergarten class was promoted to first grade May 23 during a special promotion ceremony at Parenteau Auditorium.

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Williams families recognized during Foster Care Awareness Month

When Myra Kmetz and her husband got married, they knew they wanted to have a lot of kids.

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Amanda's Beauty Box provides free haircuts

Amanda's Beauty Box provided free haircuts for select students May 22.

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A lasting legacy: Williams VFW Auxiliary places markers, flags at cemetery

On May 14, members of the VFW Auxiliary in Williams placed flags and markers on graves of veterans at the Williams Cemetery.

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Grads take final walk through schools

Graduates greet kindergartners and give high fives during the 2018 Grad Walk at Williams Elementary-Middle School May 16.

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Oldies cruise into Williams for Historic Route 66 car show

Locals and visitors enjoy the third annual Historic Route 66 Car Show May 18-19 in Williams.

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Sheridan House Inn under new ownership, prepares for busy summer season

One of Williams’ bed and breakfasts, the Sheridan House Inn, was purchased in March by Mark and Debbie Santy, who are now operating the eight room inn.

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Veterans ride to Washington D.C. during annual Run For The Wall

On May 16, more than 1,600 veteran motorcycle riders gather from all parts of the country and set out on an epic ride of more than 3,000 miles to Washington D.C. where they will converge at the capital May 27.

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Community Kite Festival ushers in spring

Despite overly windy conditions, friends and family gathered for the annual Spring Community Kite Festival May 12.

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Seligman to Kingman Route 66 Fun Run full of classics

When people hear “Route 66,” faces light up with joy. The highway is American’s highway. The younger generation may think of Disney’s Pixar animated film “Cars,” but either way, it’s the highway of the hot-rods.

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Run for the Wall returns to Williams May 16

The annual Run for the Wall motorcycle ride to the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. will roll into Williams May 16.

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Future takes flight: Navajo youths co-pilot planes over the Grand Canyon (video)

Cadet Amaris Tracy climbed into the cockpit of a small plane, her face calm but her hands shaking slightly.

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Inspired by nature, Sandy Amazeen creates art from natural sources

Long attracted to the arts, Sandy Amazeen has made a name for herself in the Williams art community with her gemstone jewelry and unique gourd pots.

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New stylist arrives at Salon at 614

Renae Smith is a new stylist at the Salon at 614.

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Williams Justice and Municipal Court hosts mock court

Homeschool students from Flagstaff and Las Vegas participated in a mock trial at the Williams Justice Court April 18

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Student artists at work in Williams

Williams Elementary-Middle School students participated in the Identity through Art project sponsored by Williams Alliance for the Arts April 14.

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Retired Marine walks across U.S. raising awareness for wounded combat veterans

Gunnery Sgt. Roy Wesley Brady Jr. (Retired, U.S. Marine Corps), is making his second walk across the United States to raise awareness of combat and mentally wounded veterans.

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