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Commission hears public comments on rule to ban predator contests

Public comment period open April 12 to May 12

On April 12, Arizona Game and Fish commissioners heard the first of what could be many public comments on a proposed rulemaking to prohibit coyote killing contests in Arizona.

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Murder charges dropped in infant’s death

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A second-degree murder charge has been dropped for a Williams man who was accused of killing his infant son in September 2017.

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Coconino County passes resolution on predator hunting contests

New Mexico governor signs SB 76 prohibiting coyote killing contests

On April 2, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed Senate Bill 76, prohibiting coyote killing contests in the state. Arizona may not be far behind.

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Abuse workshop seeks to support victims of violence

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Abuse does not discriminate. Men, women, children, rich or poor, young or old, there is no one group who has not been impacted by abuse.

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Indoor shooting range to open in Williams

Gunfighter Canyon Indoor Shooting Range set to open mid-March

Gunfighter Canyon, a premier indoor shooting range, is expanding to Williams Arizona.

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Living a bullrider’s dream: Williams' Wyatt Kraft competes in Las Vegas

Kraft aims for a second go around at 2019 Jr. World Rodeo

Every kid has a dream. Riding bulls and competing in rodeos is Wyatt Kraft’s dream.

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Editor recognized by AP News for coverage of Native American issues

Katherine Locke has had a busy six years.

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Animal rights groups, Arizona hunters at odds over wildlife hunting contests

Is calling an animal and killing it in a contest a method of hunting and way to help manage coyote populations, or is it a blood sport and ruthless means to slaughter a wild animal?

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Federal employees face uncertainty as government shutdown drags on

Federal emplyees have not received a paycheck in over a month, including national park employees on the South Rim at Grand Canyon National Park, and this, along with the growing impacts to the park, is starting to weigh on many employees.

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New Navajo Nation President sworn in, promises change, unity across Navajo Nation

Jonathan Nez, the newest and youngest Navajo Nation president, promised change and hope for his people during his inauguration Jan. 15 at Fort Defiance, Arizona.

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