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Heritage School announces November Students of the Month

Heritage School announces November Students of the Month.

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Larry Hannah headlines first Advent concert in Williams

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church invites every one of all ages in the Williams community, surrounding communities, along with visitors to northern Arizona, to enjoy the first, free public concert of the Advent season Nov. 25 at 5 p.m. in the church sanctuary.

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Williams rallies to help sick kids at FMC

The Community United Methodist Church hosted the Williams’ community box packing for sick children at The Childrens Health Center of Flagstaff Medical Center.

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DPS Trooper injured stopping wrong-way driver on I-40

Numerous reports of reckless driver before I-40 collision

An Arizona Department of Public Safety Trooper was injured after colliding with a wrong-way driver on I-40 near Flagstaff Nov. 17.

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Keeping Route 66 looking sharp

Carole Douglas, Pat Anthony, Sue Bertram, Libby Beatty, Jill Hudson and Kerry-Lynn Moede volunteer to redo the flower baskets that hang along Route 66 Nov. 10.

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Kaibab National Forest partners with NAU to promote shared stewardship

As the fall 2018 semester at Northern Arizona University (NAU) quickly advances toward winter, employees with Kaibab National Forest are celebrating another year of long-term partnering with the school to promote the shared value of wilderness preservation.

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Williams Youth Cheer team brings home gold at contest

Williams Youth Football Cheer team recently took first place at the Northern Arizona Youth Football Cheer Competition in Prescott.

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Lucinda Andreani appointed Coconino County Deputy Manager Nov. 12

Coconino County Manager Jimmy Jayne appointed, and the Board of Supervisors confirmed, Lucinda Andreani as deputy county manager.

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Bighorn sheep restored to historic habitat near Tucson, Payson

PHOENIX — Sixty of Arizona’s bighorn sheep have a new home.

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ADOT wraps up road projects for the winter

PHOENIX — Upgraded bridge decks, two new bridges, 20 total miles of rebuilt roadway and miles of fresh pavement have been completed this year on I-40 and I-17, with additional paving to come when warmer temperatures return.

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