Loretta Yerian


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Biz Beat: Little Chicken Spot turns up the heat in Williams

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With some of the best prices and recipes in town, the Little Chicken Spot is receiving two thumbs up from locals.

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Chainsaw carving marvels continue at Bearizona

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Renowned wood carver, sculptor and artist Jonathan LaBenne is at it again, this time carving a full-scale grizzly bear, bear cub and otters for Bearizona Wildlife Park.

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Bill Williams Mountain Men make annual 200-mile horseback ride

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Mountain Men made their annual ride May 8-15, traveling close to 200 miles on horseback through northern Arizona.

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Residents unharmed after fire destroys home May 3

The fire is believed to have started when the occupant of the house was working on a motorcycle inside the home.

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Canyon Gateway RV now offering glamping

Earlier this year, Grand Canyon RV Glamping installed four glamping units. In March and April they added an additional 20 units.

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Hooks and hunting: Youth learn outdoor skills with new club

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Children between the ages of 5-18 now have the opportunity to learn fishing etiquette and hunting skills with the Arizona Junior Hunters and Anglers in Williams.

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Lucas Zabala offers full-time personal training for Results Fitness clientele

WILLIAMS, Ariz. —Having recently obtained full-time status at Results Fitness in Williams, Lucas Zabala is excited to dedicate more time to personal training and classes at the gym.

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Williams Aquatic Center to open May 25; Summer Rec kicks-off June 3

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Aquatic Center is offering more than just swimming lessons this year. Students will have the opportunity to sign up for a junior lifeguard program and Little Mermaid Club starting May 1.

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Commission hears public comments on rule to ban predator contests

Public comment period open April 12 to May 12

On April 12, Arizona Game and Fish commissioners heard the first of what could be many public comments on a proposed rulemaking to prohibit coyote killing contests in Arizona.

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Murder charges dropped in infant’s death

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A second-degree murder charge has been dropped for a Williams man who was accused of killing his infant son in September 2017.

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