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Coconino County Sheriff's Office took part in the Law Enforcement Torch Run May 6

May 10, 2022
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Karen Nelsen is a self-proclaimed beach bum, but she also has a knack for teaching and influencing the lives of young people.

By Loretta McKenney May 10, 2022
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Williams High School students received a tour, spoke with employees and were allowed to see behind the scenes during a career day held at Grand Canyon Railway in Williams April 28.

May 3, 2022
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Coconino County Elections Office is reminding registered voters that the last day to request an early ballot to be mailed to you for the May 17 Coconino Community College (CCC) Special Election is May 6.

May 3, 2022
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Volunteer Fire Department is putting on their 21st annual Fire Prevention Golf Tournament June 4 at Elephant Rocks Golf Course.

May 3, 2022
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Culpepper & Merriweather Circus stops in Williams April 30, with shows at 2 and 4:30 p.m.

April 26, 2022
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Obregon City Tacos celebrated its grand opening April 16 in downtown Williams with a ribbon cutting by Williams City Councilman Bernie Hiemenz.

April 19, 2022
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Grand Opry returns to Williams July 2.

April 19, 2022
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Come out and support your favorite Williams firefighter or police officer May 21 at 1 p.m. at the Williams Aquatic Center.

April 19, 2022
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The Julian calendar remained official until it was realized in 1575 the sun had accumulated a discrepancy, where the Vernal Equinox had migrated to March 11, ten days from the original March 21 when the calendar was first adopted.

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Through the efforts of Williams veteran groups Operation Transition Outside the Wire, For Veterans Sake and Hope for the World, Romel Armendariz is now working with a trained PTSD service dog.

April 12, 2022
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For 80-year-old Ernestine Claw, dancing is a way to connect with her culture and heal herself and those around her.

By By MacKenzie Dexter, Courtesy of the Kingman Daily Miner April 12, 2022
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COCONINO COUNTY — Coconino County Superintendent of Schools has announced free counseling services available for students.

April 5, 2022
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Clock is ticking on preserving Williams’ history
Williams Historic Preservation Commission obtains grant to document buildings

WILLIAMS, Ariz.— People visit Williams to see the sites and visit the downtown shops, restaurants and breweries, but few know that many of these buildings hold over 100 years of history for the community.

By Wendy Howell April 5, 2022
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From excavated tally sticks, researchers have observed that ancient people counted days in relation to the lunar phases as early as the Paleolithic age.

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For the International Dark-Sky Association there’s a genuine threat to naturally dark places such as Grand Canyon National Park from satellites.

By By Joe Giddens, Williams-Grand Canyon News March 29, 2022
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Keith Evans enjoys the ride at Maverick Helicopters
As new front office manager Evans takes pride in helping with day-to-day operations

Helicopter rides can be exciting, but the joy they bring forth is what Keith Evans loves most about his job at Maverick Helicopters South Rim.

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The club even offers free lessons to anyone who wants to give model aviation a try.

By By Jesse Bertel, Special to the Williams-Grand Canyon News March 22, 2022
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The Williams High School scholarship fair drew several organizations March 9.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News March 15, 2022
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Mountaineers 4-H club announced is offering a companion dog project, one of the first for 4-H clubs in Coconino County.

March 8, 2022
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Grand Canyon tips their hat to women in March
Women’s History Month highlights Native American contributions

For Native American women, their ancestral ties to Grand Canyon go back hundreds of years, when tribes were once the sole occupants of the lands where the park now exists.

By By Lo Frisby, Williams-Grand Canyon News March 8, 2022
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Local musician and entrepreneur April White recently announced she is launching Cowgirls and Fairies, a whimsical, experiential boutique that opened its doors in Williams March 5.

March 8, 2022
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — If U.S. Route 66 were a symphony orchestra, what would it sound like? That’s a question Dr. Nolan Stolz, a South Carolina music professor and classical music composer, is answering as he explores the historic route, capturing the essence of the highway so he can put it to music.

By Casey Jones, Special to the Williams-Grand Canyon News March 8, 2022
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Pedro and Carmen Gonzalez were born in Liegranes, Spain, in 1880 and 1881, respectively. They married and a daughter Neva was born in 1905.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News March 1, 2022
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Although there is certainly a risk of such an event happening, statistically, the chance of something really large hitting Earth in the short term is quite small.

By Barry Malpas, Astronomy Columnist February 22, 2022

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