Wendy Howell

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Bill Williams Mountain Men complete Rendezvous Ride

Each year since 1954, the Mountain Men have made a one-week 200-mile pilgrimage from Williams to the Phoenix area by horse or mule.

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Williams High School honors athletes at spring awards banquet

Williams High School honors athletes at spring awards banquet.

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Upward Bound a stepping stone to college graduation

WILLIAMS, Ariz. —Several students at Williams High School are getting a leg up in their college preparatory efforts by participating in the Northern Arizona University (NAU) Upward Bound program.

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Williams photo project moves to visitor center

WILLIAMS, Ariz. —The Williams Visitor Center and Williams Public Library Special Collections is having a grand unveiling of a new historic photo and artifacts exhibit May 17 at 2 p.m. at the visitor center.

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Cureton Park to get new playground

City completes renovations on parks and rec facilities in time for summer

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — At the May 11 Williams City Council meeting council members approved the purchase and installation of a new playground structure at Cureton Park.

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Youth Conservation Corp seeks workers for summer conservation work

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — High school students can help the environment while gaining some valuable work experience this summer through the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC).

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Perkins continues family logging tradition

Second generation logger James Perkins continues family business with forest thinning and fire prevention projects

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — James Perkins says he is a blessed man. A northern Arizona logger since 1966, Perkins has spent the past 51 years working in the ponderosa pines alongside his family.

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Walls raised on fourth home for Williams Habitat for Humanity

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams area Habitat for Humanity celebrated its fourth wall raising ceremony as community members mingled with new owners, the Hernandez-Martinez family, April 29.

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Missing vehicle located, suspect arrested in Red Lake homicides

Sheriff Jim Driscoll announced today that an arrest has been made in the homicides of Williams residents Nora and Michael Dimuria.

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Williams High School students compete in egg drop

Williams High School students compete in egg drop.

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