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Bacon prices sizzle in Arizona; up $2.34 a pound in past year

PHOENIX — Breakfast is getting more expensive.

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Street talk: Repairs continue on Grant Street in Williams

The city of Williams continues street repairs with recently purchased equipment as the weather remains favorable.

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41st annual Cowpunchers Reunion Rodeo returns to Williams

Cowboys and cowgirls gathered to enjoy rodeo festivities June 21-23 during the annual 41st annual Cowpunchers Reunion Rodeo.

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Habitat for Humanity's Opry Night returns July 6

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Area Habitat for Humanity is holding its annual Grand Opry Night July 6.

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Williams Fire responds to accidents, house fire in May

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Volunteer Fire Department (WFD) is planning a fireworks show for the Fourth of July.

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Kendrick Fire Cabin rehabilitation project recognized by Arizona State Historic Preservation Office

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Kaibab National Forest employees, partners and volunteers are being honored by the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office and the Arizona Preservation Foundation for rehabilitation efforts on the historic 1911 Kendrick Mountain Fire Lookout Cabin.

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Casino Night fundraiser returns June 15

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The fun and games of Las Vegas are coming to Williams June 15 when SAVE-Meant to Rescue puts on a casino night to benefit rescue dogs.

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Williams residents Audey and Tell Eckel part of Governor's Heritage Preservation Honor Award

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The complete preservation of the oldest historic building in Grand Canyon National Park has garnered a 2019 Governor's Heritage Preservation Honor Award.

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Camp Civitan to provide food at Summer Rec, provides jobs for adults with disabilities

PHOENIX — Thanks to Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), provided by Civitan Foundation, children are enjoying free nutritious meals and snacks created by individuals with disabilities earning an income and job skill training.

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Young artists get to work at Old Trails

Williams, Ariz. - Young artists and their families converged at Old Trails True Value May 18 to create masterpieces with volunteers from Williams Alliance for the Arts.

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Making adjustments: Williams Chiropractic relocates

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Chiropractic has moved to a new location on West Railroad Avenue after several years near Wild West Junction. Chiropractor George Bardwell said although his new location is smaller than his previous location, he feels it will suit patients’ needs and is more centrally located.

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Honoring Vietnam veterans: Williams welcomes back Run for the Wall riders

Riders with the 19th annual Run for the Wall motorcycle ride stopped in Williams May 15 before continuing on their journey to Washington D.C.

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The 29th annual Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture this weekend at MNA

Zuni culture is rooted in farming and food traditions dating back many millennia.

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Trekking: Ash Fork students hike to Indian Garden

The group hiked the 9.5 mile round-trip hike in just under five hours.

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Moving up: Eighth grade students tour WHS

Eighth grade students from Williams Middle School and Maine Consolidated School visit Williams High School May 9.

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Biz Beat: Little Chicken Spot turns up the heat in Williams

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With some of the best prices and recipes in town, the Little Chicken Spot is receiving two thumbs up from locals.

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Bill Williams Mountain Men make annual 200-mile horseback ride

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Mountain Men made their annual ride May 8-15, traveling close to 200 miles on horseback through northern Arizona.

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Smartphones, Snapchat, Instagram transform how today’s teens bully each other

PHOENIX – It was a Sunday night, about 11. Sheila Pott heard sirens wailing and then a knock on her front door.

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World Migratory Bird Day celebration at Walnut Canyon May 11

Join park rangers and volunteers for a celebration of World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) at Walnut Canyon National Monument May 11.

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More apartments coming to historic yellow school in Williams

Renovations continue on historic school; 16 new apartments to be completed by the end of the year

The 40,000 square foot building was purchased by Bruce Bennett in 2005 in a foreclosure sale.

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Maine Consolidated School puts new spin on Romeo and Juliet

Students at Maine Consolidated School performed “Romeo, You Idiot,” a relentlessly irreverent spoof of Shakespeare’s original May 1 in Parks.

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Canyon Gateway RV now offering glamping

Earlier this year, Grand Canyon RV Glamping installed four glamping units. In March and April they added an additional 20 units.

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Williams' Annual Community Spring Clean-up Day draws a crowd

More than 100 volunteers turned out for Williams' annual Spring Clean-up Day May 4.

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WEMS, WHS music programs present annual spring concert May 1

The Williams Elementary-Middle School and High School bands and choirs performed their annual spring concert May 1.

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Under Canvas provides rural quality camping experience without the hassle

Luxury in the Backcountry

If the idea of sleeping in a tent under the stars sounds appealing but you’re not in love with roughing it for a few days, Under Canvas has you covered.

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