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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Votes are still trickling in, but Williams residents voted to retain John Moore, who ran uncontested, for another two years as mayor at the Aug. 4 primary, while the Williams City Council race also appears to be decided.

By Wendy Howell August 11, 2020
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WUSD begins first week of remote learning, will make decision Aug. 12 for in-person classes
Coconino County misses metrics for safe return to classrooms

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Unified School District (WUSD) is off and running on a new school year, albeit a little differently. On Aug. 10, WUSD teachers began remote instruction for the district’s students.

By Wendy Howell August 11, 2020
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Williams residents voted to retain John Moore, who ran uncontested, for another two years as mayor at the Aug. 4 primary, while the Williams City Council race is still undecided.

By Wendy Howell August 5, 2020
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — On Aug. 17 Gov. Doug Ducey announced the start of the new year for Arizona schools and Williams High School has taken the first steps toward gearing up for the 2020 athletic season.

By Wendy Howell August 4, 2020
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Gov. Doug Ducey announced that all Arizona schools need to resume learning by the first day of their traditional instructional year, however, how schools go about that has been left up to individual districts.

By Wendy Howell August 4, 2020
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Since Memorial Day, when law enforcement officers in Minneapolis were responsible for the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, who died when officer Derek Chauvin pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck for more than eight minutes, civil unrest has permeated the country.

By Wendy Howell August 4, 2020
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. - As the monsoon rains have seemed to drizzle to a stop, a deadly heat wave has rolled into Arizona that is expected to last through Saturday.

By Wendy Howell July 31, 2020
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. - The city of Williams, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest and Kaibab National Forest have lifted fire restrictions as of July 28 on all of their districts because of the significant amount of precipitation dropped during the recent monsoons.

By Wendy Howell July 29, 2020
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As Gov. Doug Ducey announced Aug. 17 the start of the new year for Arizona schools, Williams High School has taken the first steps toward gearing up for the 2020 football season.

By Wendy Howell July 28, 2020
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams City Council is taking a hard look at the 2021 Fiscal Year budget as they face another month of decreased sales tax revenue.

By Wendy Howell July 28, 2020

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