Wendy Howell


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Vikings log extra innings at River Valley, Needles tourneys

The Williams Vikings varsity baseball took a break from the regular season and went to work over spring break at the River Valley tournament March 9-11.

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Grand Canyon rangers bring hands-on learning to Williams schools

Williams Elementary-Middle Schools experienced a bit of the Grand Canyon last week, when volunteer rangers from the park visited the school.

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Ash Fork museum hosts Mary Colter living history; local archaeology talk

Those who are interested in local history or Southwestern architecture are invited to attend two free programs at the Ash Fork museum in the next few weeks.

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City settles in Stilwell wrongful termination case

The city of Williams has settled a lawsuit with former Williams water superintendent Ronnie Stilwell.

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Williams schools pass lead screening of water

Recent testing at Williams Elementary-Middle School and Williams High School have shown the schools are within acceptable levels for lead in the water.

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Coconino County Assessor and Treasurer visit Williams Rotary

Recently elected County Treasurer Sarah Benatar and County Assessor Armando Ruiz made the rounds in Williams last month.

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Grand Canyon Racing accepting registrations for Man vs. Machine race

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Registration has begun for the annual Man vs. Machine bike race. After two successful years in 2015 and 2016, Man vs. Machine bike race returns to Williams Sept. 30.

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Part II: what happens to waste water in Williams

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Water management in Williams doesn’t just end when it streams through the tap in a house or business. A parallel management process begins as soon as that water heads down the drain.

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Squirrel takes out power from Williams to the Grand Canyon

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A gray squirrel is being held responsible for cutting power to over 5,000 Williams, Grand Canyon and Tusayan residents March 9.

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Series of burglaries reported in Red Lake

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Coconino County Sheriff’s Office has been actively investigating several reports of burglaries and trespassing incidents in the Red Lake area of state Highway 64 in the last few months.

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