WILLIAMS, Ariz. — On Sept. 12, visitors and residents are invited to the Patriot Day Parade in downtown Williams. The event commemorates and pays tribute to those injured and killed in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S.
The pilot, Andrew Dutzy, 24, was alone when the crash occurred.
The event is open to veterans and their families.
This year, Williams is observing Patriot Day with a Patriot Day Parade, funded in part by the Arizona Department of Veteran’s Services.
The votes will be canvassed by the town of Tusayan this week.
This year, the reunion honored Vic Howell ranch manager for Babbitt Ranches, located north of Williams.
The investigation stemmed from allegations made against a Tusayan business.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — While most Fourth of July festivities were canceled in Williams, including the annual parade, some residents had other ideas.