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Williams 911: week of March 22

The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) - • Officers responded to an assault trespass at local restaurant, suspect identified and trespassed victim wouldn’t aid in prosecution;

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Canyon Trading on Route 64 comes down

Canyon Trading on Route 64 comes down.

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City settles in Stilwell wrongful termination case

The city of Williams has settled a lawsuit with former Williams water superintendent Ronnie Stilwell.

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New minimum wage here to stay

The state’s new higher minimum wage is here to stay.

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Williams schools pass lead screening of water

Recent testing at Williams Elementary-Middle School and Williams High School have shown the schools are within acceptable levels for lead in the water.

Williams Community Fund grant helps 65 families with utility payments

For this past fiscal year, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul has assisted those in need with more than $11,533 in utility assistance payments.

I-40 lane restrictions west of Williams March 21-24

ADOT begins lane restrictions on I-40 west of Williams.

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ADOT work continues on I-40; closures begin above Oak Creek Canyon

Arizona Department of Transportation maintenance crews are catching up with pavement repair along Interstate 40 and State Route 89A.

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Coconino County Assessor and Treasurer visit Williams Rotary

Recently elected County Treasurer Sarah Benatar and County Assessor Armando Ruiz made the rounds in Williams last month.

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Man arrested in Junipine Estates burglaries

WILLIAMS, Ariz. – Randy Matthew Kyle Herrera was arrested today in connection with at least two burglaries that occurred recently in the Junipine Estates area north of Williams.

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Part II: what happens to waste water in Williams

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Water management in Williams doesn’t just end when it streams through the tap in a house or business. A parallel management process begins as soon as that water heads down the drain.

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Two arrested in Seligman cabin burglary

SELIGMAN, Ariz. — Two men were arrested and charged with burglarizing a cabin after they were allegedly caught on a nearby game camera, according to Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn.

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Squirrel takes out power from Williams to the Grand Canyon

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A gray squirrel is being held responsible for cutting power to over 5,000 Williams, Grand Canyon and Tusayan residents March 9.

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Series of burglaries reported in Red Lake

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Coconino County Sheriff’s Office has been actively investigating several reports of burglaries and trespassing incidents in the Red Lake area of state Highway 64 in the last few months.

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UPDATE: Power restored to all of Williams at 9 p.m. Mar. 8

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Power has been restored to the entire city of Williams after a blown transformer breaker caused a region wide power outage.

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Winter deluge fills lakes; city continues conservation efforts

This stormy January has brought welcome relief and hope for at least a temporary reprieve from Williams’ water woes, however, that has not stopped Williams water officials on a quest to find ways to conserve water and create a stable reserve for the city.

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Williams Police see slight increase in calls in 2016

According to Williams Police Chief Herman Nixon, the three percent increase in calls for service from 2015 to 2016 can likely be attributed to increased visitation to Williams.

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Backup well for Williams on Ducey’s wish list for White House

Unwilling to even consider a gas tax hike, Gov. Doug Ducey is now counting on the Trump administration to help Arizona deal with its road-construction needs.

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Williams 911: week of March 8

The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) — • Officers responded to a noise complaint on Oak Avenue, the music was turned down;

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I-40 pavement sensors help ADOT identify and address ice before it forms

Technology helping keep drivers safe during winter conditions

PHOENIX — Sensors installed at three Interstate 40 locations west of Flagstaff are helping the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) forecast the likelihood of ice forming and respond accordingly.

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Pavement repairs continue on northern Arizona highways after storm

Work scheduled on I-40 near Williams

PHOENIX — arizona Department of Transportation maintenance crews are patrolling northern Arizona highways to locate and address potholes while they conduct more involved pavement repairs on stretches of Interstate 40.

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House gives approval for mandatory recess at schools

Arizona elementary school students are a step closer to getting time each day to pretty much do what they want.

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Suspects apprehended in Seligman antique sign theft

The second of two suspects in the December 2016 theft of historic signs taken from a Seligman business has been arrested.

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High Country Fire and Rescue reports increase in calls in 2016

High Country Fire and Rescue released data from 2016 incidents.

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