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Community clean-up set for Sept. 21

It’s that time again, the fall Community Cleanup Day takes place Sept. 21 in the Williams Visitor Center parking lot, 200 Railroad Ave.

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Semi-trailer fire brings I-40 to a screeching halt

Fire units responded to a fully engulfed semi-trailer Sept. 12 around 7:09 p.m. at milepost 146 westbound on Interstate 40.

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Free entry Sept. 28 at Grand Canyon for public lands day, naturalization ceremony to be held

National Fossil Day and the 26th anniversary of National Public Lands Day will be celebrated Sept. 28 at Grand Canyon National Park.

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Movie inspired by local newspaper owner’s near-fatal ordeal

Actor Aidan Quinn will star in a movie partly inspired by the life of local newspaper owner Joseph Soldwedel and his near-death experience while living in the Prescott, Arizona area.

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Williams mountain bike team takes to the track at first race of the season

Williams High School mountain bike team competed at their first race of the season Sept. 7-8 at Ft. Tuthill in Flagstaff.

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Rowdy: Week of Sept. 11

Rowdy: Week of Sept. 11

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Suzie Hite wins Elephant Rock’s Women’s Golf Association tourney

In a close final match played at Elephant Rocks Golf Course, Suzie Hite defeated Janet Cothren to win the Elephant Rocks Women’s Golf Association President’s Cup.

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How do you spell grateful? Chino Valley Elks donate dictionaries

The Chino Valley Elks Lodge delivers donated dictionaries to third graders in Deniz Chavez and Patti Jackson’s classrooms Aug. 28.

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Kaibab Forest office reopens after temporary closure

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After a brief closure, Kaibab National Forest Supervisor’s Office re-opened Sept. 3 and is offering all regular public services.

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Williams monsoons: Where have all the storms gone?

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Northern Arizona residents looking forward to the cooling rains, mild temperatures and dramatic skies of the annual monsoon season have reason to be a little disappointed this year: the winds blowing in from the Pacific have kept the moisture to southeastern parts of the state.

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