Wendy Howell


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Lightning crashes: Williams Juniors lose close one at District championship

Between scorching temperatures and monsoon thunderstorms, Williams Little League took second in the District 10 Juniors All-Star baseball tournament July 11 in Camp Verde.

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Registration open for Flagstaff NJB basketball program

Registration has begun for the fall Flagstaff National Junior Basketball (NJB) program.

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Elephant Rocks Junior Golf program begins July 21

Elephant Rocks Golf Course in Williams is offering a program for budding golfers.

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New development merges country lifestyle with city convenience

With rising housing prices and a low inventory of homes, it shouldn’t be surprising that parcels of land in the Williams area are beginning to sell.

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City continues to address water storage concerns

Williams City Council is moving forward in its efforts to provide more water storage in the city by asking water engineering firm Hazen and Sawyer to evaluate the 100-year old Tabor Street tank and other components of city’s water system.

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How the leopard (frog) lost its spot

Once rich in numbers, the northern leopard frog is facing possible extinction in the western United States.

Once widely distributed throughout the United States and Canada and often found on high school biology dissection trays, the northern leopard frog (Lithobates pipiens) is facing a rapid decline in population in Arizona and other western states.

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AzMerit scores to be released to parents

Parents of Williams Unified School District students will get the AzMERIT assessment at student registration July 18-19 or by mail.

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Williams home values rebound

Median home sale prices climb back to prerecession levels

Looking at data on the housing market in Williams is like looking at a topographic map of the Grand Canyon. Over a 10 year period, prices have gone from the top of the Bright Angel Trail to Phantom Ranch and back.

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Wheels to freedom: Williams couple donates motorized wheelchair

Dick Boline does not live in Williams, but his regular visits to the town to see his daughter and son-in-law, Kelly and Joe Osborne, have made him feel loved by the community.

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Williams council passes city budget

The Williams City Council unanimously adopted a $21.2 million budget for the 2018 fiscal year during a public meeting June 22.

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