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The pit will be open every other Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Sept. 7. Moonset Pit is located just west of the Parks community, east of Spitz Springs on the north side of old Route 66.

April 9, 2024
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This locomotive is the sole survivor of that class left in United States and has a strong Arizona provenance. At 395,000 pounds, it is the second heaviest locomotive in the ASRMF collection, with Black Mesa & Lake Powell E60C 6001 only marginally heavier at 400,000 pounds.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News April 9, 2024
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Babbitt and his family are known for their long history in the community dating back to the late 1800s and family businesses in ranching, general stores, and trading posts.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News April 9, 2024
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It’s been one month since Shayna Feinman, 35, went missing from a rural property between Seligman and Peach Springs. Feinman was living at a camp on 40 acres and was last seen March 9 heading into the woods. She left behind her car, dog, camping gear, wallet and passport.

By By Morgan Smith, Williams-Grand Canyon News April 9, 2024
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Just east of Dallas, the hundreds gathered at Mesquite’s downtown area cheered and whistled as the clouds parted in the final minutes before totality. As the sun finally became cloaked, the crowd grew louder, whipping off their eclipse glasses to soak in the unforgettable view of the sun’s corona, or spiky outer atmosphere, and Venus shining brilliantly off to the right.

By Adithi Ramakrishnan, Associated Press April 9, 2024
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Frontier Family Fun hosted an Easter Egg hunt, meet and greet, face painting and games on Easter Sunday, March 31. (Photos/Frontier Family Fun)

By Williams-Grand Canyon News April 2, 2024
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The Williams Fire Department (WFD) answered the following calls for service (among others)

By Williams-Grand Canyon News April 2, 2024
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Upcoming events in the Williams area.

By Morgan Smith, Williams-Grand Canyon News April 2, 2024
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The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) March 7-10.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News April 2, 2024
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Funded through the Flood Control District’s Forest Restoration Initiative, these funds will be used to leverage federal investment from the U.S. Forest Service to conduct forest treatments that will reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire and post-wildfire flooding in these areas.

April 2, 2024
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Paid Permits are $20 for 10 cords of wood (limit 20 cords per year) and can be purchased by credit/debit card, check, money order and cash with exact change. Credit/debit card is the preferred payment method. A valid ID is required to obtain a permit. A free permit is available for the Tusayan Ranger District and allows for gathering 10 cords of dead and/or down pinyon pine.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News April 2, 2024
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Buehler was first introduced to northern Arizona when he visited his mother in Prescott. After taking care of his mother and exploring neighboring towns, he and his wife stumbled upon Williams and instantly fell in love with the small community and fellowship that Williams has to offer.

By Morgan Smith, Williams-Grand Canyon News April 2, 2024
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Forrest is the newest VIP Experience addition as he is not very active and sleeps for up to 20 hours a day. From a rescue is Delaware, Forrest has quickly warmed up to his new star-status as he becomes more comfortable with his new home in northern Arizona.

By Morgan Smith, Williams-Grand Canyon News April 2, 2024
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Upcoming events in the Williams area.

March 26, 2024
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Flagstaff STEM City is hosting its annual STEM Celebration to be held at Fort Tuthill Fairgrounds in Flagstaff April 27.

March 26, 2024