Wendy Howell


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City halts firework show; festivities and parade still on for Fourth of July

Williams’ Fourth of July festivities will continue with the community’s tradition of family-oriented, patriotic fun for the nation’s birthday, however, this year will be without the fireworks that people enjoyed last year after a 10-year hiatus.

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Vikings softball and baseball earn All-State honors

The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) recently announced six Williams High School students were selected to All-Conference teams.

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Should Route 66 be a Historic Trail?

Route 66 is closer to Historic Trail designation following unanimous passage of a bill by the House of Representatives June 5.

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Few candidates file for mayor and council seats

Just one candidate filed paperwork for open seats on the Williams City Council.

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Cataract Creek Gang returns to the streets of Williams

The Cataract Creek Gang is back on the streets of Williams for the 2018 summer season.

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Astros take home season title as Little League season wraps

The Williams Little League Astros took home the season title June 4 as they finished the season 14-1.

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Baseball: All-Stars prepare for tourney

The Williams Majors All-Stars were selected June 5.

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Above normal fire potential continues

In May, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke hosted a fire briefing for members of Congress at the U.S. Department of Agriculture to highlight the importance of inter-departmental collaboration to increase firefighter, public and community safety.

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Former resident brings Williams' history to Discovery Channel's 'Sticker Shock'

A bit of Williams history aired June 6, when the Discovery Channel chose a vehicle with some Route 66 history to appear on its new show, “Sticker Shock.”

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Taking a swing: Williams softball places second at Tournament of Champions

The best teams from each city in District 10 converged in Williams for the Tournament of Champions June 2.

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