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Author Roger Naylor to talk about the Mother Road in Ash Fork April 14

Author and travel writer Roger Naylor will discuss one of his favorite topics, Route 66, at the Ash Fork Museum April 14 at 11 a.m. The event is free and open to the public.

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STEM Night returns to Williams March 28

School seeks businesses and organizations to participate in event

Williams Elementary-Middle School is hosting its second annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Night March 28 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival April 26-29

The Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival celebrates 18 years of Birding in the Verde Valley, April 26-29, at Dead Horse Ranch State Park.

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House gives endorsement for official state dinosaur

A 27-foot-tall dinosaur could soon have something in common with the cactus wren, the palo verde and even the Colt single action revolver: becoming part of "official'' Arizona.

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Williams Elementary students perform with Flagstaff Symphony

Williams Elementary-Middle School students watched the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra perform March 8 at Northern Arizona University.

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Williams Young Life steak dinner and auction returning to Lost Canyon

Williams Young Life is selling tickets and accepting donations for the 13th annual Steak Dinner and Auction to be held at Lost Canyon March 25.

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Camp Civitan awarded $80,000 grant for multi-use sports court

Thunderbirds Charities has awarded Civitan Foundation, Inc. $80,000 to renovate the sports and recreation field at Camp Civitan in Williams, Arizona.

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Northern Arizona astronomy: meteoroids, meteors and meteorites

So, what is the difference between meteoroids, meteors and meteorites?

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Can a child be a victim of identity theft?

Every day people open their mailboxes and sift through the junk mail, discarding credit card offers and invitations to join certain organizations. Occasionally some of that mail is directed toward their children.

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Superior Propane's Lindie Rodgers named Flagstaff Chamber Champion of the Year

Lindie Rodgers was born into the propane business — it’s a family tradition.

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Love of Reading week a hit at Heritage Elementary School

Members of law enforcement, the U.S. Forest Service, Williams News and the Williams Justice Court, among others, read to classes to help encourage and foster a love of reading for students.

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Williams upkeep: City purchases new sanitation truck

They stop at your house once a week, screeching to a halt as they pick up and dump trash and recycling into the back of their large trucks, making sure all contents are safely deposited in the back before they continue to the next house.

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Serving your community: Waste management's James ‘Jimy’ Mac

Serving your community: Waste management's James ‘Jimy’ Mac

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Ahead of the curve: Ash Fork High School launches associate's degree program

Imagine completing high school with an associate’s degree, ready to be gainfully employed and earning a decent salary, all at the age of 18.

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Reading declining among adults in America

How many books did you read last year? Hopefully you’re not one of 26 percent of Americans who say they didn’t read a single book in the last 12 months.

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Ash Fork School: Welding class attends SkillsUSA competition

The Ash Fork welding class competed at the SkillsUSA competition in Holbrook Feb 3.

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Williams couple celebrates 58 Valentine’s dates

It all began in a basement in Chicago. Nearly 60 years ago, Rich Gorney crashed a graduation party with his high school buddy and in the process met the woman who would be his partner, who shared with him many adventures from the Midwest to the west coast and eventually to Williams, Arizona.

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Career expos coming to CCC and NAU

People looking to continue their education, seeking an internship, full-time employment or simply wanting to research an organization or practice networking skills are invited to attend two career expos this spring.

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Kaibab Naitonal Forest's Margaret Hangan to present for Black History Month

On Feb. 16, 17 and 18 Margaret Hangan, Forest Archeologist and Heritage Program Manager at Kaibab National Forest will join historians Ben Carver and Jack Reid to present a history of African Americans in northern Arizona.

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Tax credit donations fund college tours, field trips at Williams schools

In 2002, the Arizona State Legislature passed a law providing tax credits to taxpayers who contribute to public and private schools.

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Arizona Game and Fish help West Virginia re-introduce elk to the east coast

“It was the mid-1860s when the last documented elk was killed in West Virginia,” said Steven McDaniel, director of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources. “So we’ve been working really hard the last few years to get them (back) there.”

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Northern Arizona travel: is there an app for that?

Several apps and websites can help visitors to northern Arizona.

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Circle Pines KOA receives President's Award

The Williams Circle Pines KOA has earned the prestigious 2018 KOA President's Award from Kampgrounds of America, the world's largest system of family-friendly, open-to-the-public campgrounds.

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Ready for the 2018 tax season? United Way is here to help

Filing taxes can be a difficult process. And confusing. And maybe a little scary.

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Cool moon rising: 2018 ushered in with supermoon

Those in the western hemisphere were graced with the first supermoon of the year Jan. 1.