Wendy Howell

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Vikings and Spartans go head to head

Maegan Ford, Jazlyn Romero and Tate Grantham snag homeruns

The Lady Vikes rolled in two more wins April 19-20 when they faced the Ash Fork Lady Spartans.

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Kiwanis art fair returns May 19-21

The fourth annual Gateway to the Grand Canyon Arts and Crafts Fair takes place May 19 – 21 at the Williams Rodeo Grounds, 501 E. Rodeo Road.

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Padillas honored for work with folklorico youth dance

Armando and Elva Padilla were recently chosen for the 2017 Caring for Children award by the Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCCY).

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Tabor Street water tank bid rejected

Williams City Council members rejected the lone bid for the Tabor Street replacement water tank project April 13.

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Vikings baseball and softball dominate Greyhills Academy

The Williams Vikings softball and baseball teams beat Greyhills Academy in double headers in Williams.

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Dairy Queen celebrating 55 seasons of scooping

Dairy Queen taking ice cream to new heights after more than 50 years of service

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Those who live in Williams count the days when the Williams Dairy Queen opens each year and their reemergence marks the awakening of town every spring.

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Good Earth changes request, scales back wood processing plant proposal

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Good Earth Power (GEPAZ) has scaled back their plans for a wood processing plant on State Highway 64 near Valle and is now only requesting approval for a wood composting yard at the location.

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Williams Elementary-Middle School receives grant for preschool

Open house for new preschool is April 25 at WEMS

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Elementary-Middle School (WEMS) recently received an Arizona Department of Education Preschool Development Grant for the 2017-18 school year.

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Escalante subdivision changes hands; water turbidity questioned

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A portion of the Escalante subdivision on the north side of Bill Williams Mountain, near the Williams Ranger District offices, has changed ownership.

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Anti-drug use lecture series coming to Williams High School

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Alliance is partnering with Williams Unified School District (WUSD) to bring the Positive Pathways drug prevention lecture series to the schools.

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