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Northern Arizona Hunting & Fishing magazine Spring 2024 is in stands today. Please consider supporting this free magazine by advertising in our fall edition.

February 28, 2024
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Williams residents don Mardi Gras masks at the annual St. John's Episcopal-Lutheran Church Pancake Supper Feb. 13.

February 27, 2024
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The Williams High School class of the '80s along with the 1984 and 2004 class reunions will take place in July. The WHS Class of 1984 will celebrate its 40th reunion this year and big plans are in the works to celebrate this milestone.

February 27, 2024
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The Coconino County Sheriff's Office has issued a warning following reports of phone scams targeting local residents. Concerned citizens have contacted authorities reporting instances where callers claim to be affiliated with the Coconino County Sheriff's Office or another law enforcement agency.

February 27, 2024
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Upcoming events in the Williams area.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News February 27, 2024
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Former Williams High School student, Brock McCarthy, has died following a vehicle accident in Arkansas.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News February 27, 2024
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Doubts cast on viability of Sweetwater Well in Williams
Workers have struggled to place equipment in well that was dug and cased during 2014 water crisis

In 2015, the city completed the drilling of the Sweetwater Well in response to the failure of one of the Dogtown wells that coincided with drought and low reservoir water. The city spent $4.5 million drilling the Sweetwater Well and nearly $2 million to resuscitate the Dogtown 1 well. Afterward, however, the Sweetwater Well was never completed and placed into the city’s water system.

By Morgan Smith, Williams-Grand Canyon News February 27, 2024
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Williams marketed as an international travel destination
Front Burner Media provides updates at city council meeting about local workshops, international marketing plan

At the Feb. 22 Williams city council meeting, Hermen provided an update on her international tourism workshop in Williams. Hermen is the owner of Front Burner Media (FBM) and has been contracting with the city to market and promote the town for nearly eight years.

By Morgan Smith, Williams-Grand Canyon News February 27, 2024
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Upcoming events in the Williams area.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News February 20, 2024
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After over eight years of steadfast dedication, the Ash Fork Development Association’s relentless efforts to convince the United States Postal Service of the need for a new post office in Ash Fork are bearing fruit, marking a significant milestone in their ongoing pursuit. On Feb. 1, a groundbreaking ceremony marked a pivotal moment as approximately 60 individuals gathered at the designated site for the new structure.

February 20, 2024
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Following the retirement of Supervisor Matt Ryan in December, residents of Coconino County's District 3 have welcomed a new representative. Adam Hess took office Jan. 11 as the newest member of the Coconino County Board of Supervisors, tasked with representing the southwestern region of Coconino County. This district encompasses areas such as Williams, Kachina Village, Mountainaire, Munds Park and portions of Flagstaff.

By Morgan Smith, Williams Grand-Canyon News February 20, 2024
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Despite a mud-drenched road and torrential rain, the clouds lifted just long enough for Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs to declare the Rockin’ River Ranch State Park as the newest state park in Arizona.

By Vyto Starinskas, Special to the Williams-Grand Canyon News February 20, 2024
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Williams YoungLife is selling tickets for its 18th annual Steak Dinner and Auction at Lost Canyon March 3.

By Morgan Smith, Williams Grand-Canyon News February 20, 2024
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Members of the Williams Unified School District Governing Board recently deliberated on the implementation of the "Away for the Day" initiative. This initiative aims to address concerns regarding student cell phone usage within the district.

By Morgan Smith, Williams Grand-Canyon News February 20, 2024
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New additions are in store at the H.A. Clark Memorial Field in Williams. In the last three years, the city of Williams has seen a significant increase in airport activity and interest, with requests for additional airplane hangars. Currently, the airport has 10 T-hangars, 15 tie-downs and a waiting list in excess of 60 and growing.

February 20, 2024

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