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Memorial for local legend, Richard Aguilar, a ringer at annual tourney

A memorial horseshoe tournament commemorating Richard Aguilar brought out generations of local residents who were proud to spend their afternoon socializing and sharing fond memories July 14.

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World War I display added to Williams Visitor Center

Some of the items on display include a partial replica uniform from 1917-1918.

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Dashing canines with all the right moves at 10th annual Turns ‘N Wrap agility trial

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Turns `N` Wraps hosted their 10th annual agility trial at Cureton Park July 13-14 with dogs and trainers arriving from all over Arizona.

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Flagstaff Red Screen Film Festival celebrates indigenous cinema, local filmmakers July 24-28

While the films are made by indigenous people for indigenous people, that shouldn’t limit the audience to just indigenous people.

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Bald eagle free again following rehabilitation for broken leg

PHOENIX — After a graceful half-mile flight across Horseshoe Lake, the 3-year-old bald eagle released back into the wild by Arizona Game and Fish Department and Liberty Wildlife is free once again.

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Navajo artist adds a splash of color to Route 66

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Beautiful murals depicting much of what Williams has to offer have been popping up around town, and behind that work is someone who sees art as a process of honor and identity.

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Northern Arizona Astronomy: The moons of Jupiter

The largest and one of the most interesting to observe planets in our solar system is Jupiter, which contains about two and a half times the mass of the other seven.

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Fawns arrive at Grand Canyon Deer Farm

Grand Canyon Deer Farm celebrates the birth of a young buck and a doe fawn June 22.

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Remembering the HiLiTES: Bob DeLander calls it a career at KC

After 43 years of helping make the off-road world a brighter place Bob DeLander retires

In the early 1970s, off-road racing began making its mark in history and atop those early Ford Broncos, Chevy Blazers and International Harvester Scouts was the iconic KC HiLiTES Daylighter light.

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Boating it up: Williams Yacht Club Regatta hosts Lake Cup

Williams Yacht Club held a Regatta & Cataract Lake Cup featuring a remote control power boat race at Cataract Lake June 15.

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The Fuller Center for Housing rides through Williams to Canyon

Riders with The Fuller Center for Housing enjoyed a hot meal and spent the night at St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church in Williams June 28.

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On a mission: Family Dollar claims first place in national sales incentive, donates 60 cases of water to Williams Fire

The Family Dollar in Williams is first place in a national sales initiative after collecting nearly 1,500 bottles of water purchased by generous residents and visitors.

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Greater Williams Community awards $9,700 to Williams’ service organizations

The annual grant presentation for The Greater Williams Community was held this year at Anna's Canyon Cafe June 13, presenting $9,700 to various Williams’ service organizations.

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

PHOENIX — Breakfast is getting more expensive.

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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.