Loretta Yerian


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Jared Box Project gives a shot of happiness to sick children

When you have a sick child is there really anything better than seeing that child’s face light up with a smile?

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Safety in knowledge: Ladies Safety Shoot familiarizes women with firearms

WILLIAMS, Ariz. —Twenty-four women lined up for coffee, pastries and a day of learning how to safely use their firearms during the Ladies Safety Shoot Sept. 15 in Williams.

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Willliams teacher earns $2,000 grant for middle school

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Imagine a creative maker space where you can take tiny minds and set them loose and have them explore and create things around problem based learning.

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Seligman hit hard by I-40 construction

SELIGMAN, Ariz. — Some Seligman businesses are seeing a dramatic decline in visitation following repairs by Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to three bridges on Interstate 40.

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Under construction: Williams tackles aging roads

The city of Williams is working to complete a $1.2 million dollar makeover of streets and sidewalks before winter weather conditions set in.

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Flash flooding damages Grand Canyon Railway track

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Passengers on the Grand Canyon Railway were forced to make alternative plans following a washout of a portion of the train tracks at milepost 40 heading north to the Grand Canyon.

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Petition to remove carriage rides falters

A petition to remove Grand Canyon Carriage Works from downtown Williams has stalled after the Williams Police Department confirmed the business has the right to operate legally.

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Guilty plea reached in 2015 death of 6-year-old Ash Fork boy

Lillian Hester of Ash Fork was found guilty by a grand jury of first-degree murder and child abuse in the 2015 death of her 6-year-old nephew Aug. 7.

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Fire stations in critical condition; local departments seek volunteers

Lack of volunteers leaves Williams fire departments stretched to provide essential services

High Country Fire and Rescue and Williams Volunteer Fire Department are two of the more than 19,762 volunteer fire departments in the U.S. looking to fill their ranks with volunteers.

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Camp Civitan in Williams celebrates 50 years

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Summer camp is an important time in the development of every individual. It’s a time of growth and meeting new people and most importantly — good old fashioned fun.

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