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Bearizona kicks off Wild Wonderland Dec. 6

Wild Wonderland is a family-friendly event that immerses guests in the Christmas spirit.

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Lions Club collecting Toys for Kids donations for local children in need

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Lions Club, working with four local businesses, will again sponsor the Toys for Kids program for local children in need.

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Advent concert: Mariachi Mar y Sol concert at St. John’s Church Dec. 8

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The NAU Mariachi Band, Mar y Sol, will perform the second Christmas/Advent concert in a series of four for the Williams community Dec. 8 at 4:30 p.m. at St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church in Williams.

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The World Famous Sultana: 60 years of ale and entertainment

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — At the intersection of Third Street and Bill Williams Avenue, a pressed concrete structure was erected in 1912 and has held its place as cornerstone of Williams, Arizona.

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Unraveling the Kaibab’s sheep-ish past

For thousands of years the Native Americans of northern Arizona have known the 1.6 million acres that is now Kaibab National Forest to be fertile hunting grounds for deer, elk and pronghorn.

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Out of the past: 1950s Williams Labor Day parade

Myrtle Smart, Aileen Klass, Fred Udine and Norman Campbell ride in the 1950s Williams Labor Day Parade.

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How Medicare can help you manage pain

If you have Medicare, there are covered options to help you manage pain safely and effectively.

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Northern Arizona Astronomy: Mercury, a very unique planet

Mercury is only 0.38 the size of Earth and one of only two planets nearer to the Sun than us, the other being Venus, and therefore is never seen in the evening sky.

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Letter: Mining companies exempt from building codes, causing concern for Ask Fork resident

South of Interstate 40, off Crookton Road recognized as Historic Route 66, there is a dirt road called Tanner.

Reader Poll:

Which fall event are you looking forward to the most?

  • Howly Owly Growly at Bearizona 0%
  • Grand Canyon Railway's Pumpkin Train 0%
  • Halloween trick-or-treating 0%
  • Williams Elementary-Middle School Fall Festival 0%
  • Strolling downtown Williams 100%

1 total votes

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Reader Poll:

Which fall event are you looking forward to the most?

  • Howly Owly Growly at Bearizona 0%
  • Grand Canyon Railway's Pumpkin Train 0%
  • Halloween trick-or-treating 0%
  • Williams Elementary-Middle School Fall Festival 0%
  • Strolling downtown Williams 100%

1 total votes

See past polls

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Wyatt Kraft of Williams, Arizona competed in the 12-13 year-old bull riding event at the Jr. National Finals Rodeo (Jr. World Rodeo) in December 2018. He plans to try again this year in saddle bronc riding and bareback riding events. (Loretta Yerian/WGCN)