Wendy Howell

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Biomass decision on hold as Forest Service opens second phase of 4FRI

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) voted July 10 against requiring Arizona Public Service Company to file a request for proposals to convert the Cholla Power Plant in St. Johns to a biomass bioenergy facility.

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A splashin’ good time at Summer Rec

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Williams Summer Rec participants are having a chance to cool off at Williams Aquatic Center.

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Williams High School’s new principal setting new goals for students, faculty

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Eric Evans has only been on the job for a few weeks, yet the new principal at Williams High School is already setting goals for the new school year.

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Applications accepted for Flagstaff’s National Junior Basketball program

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Registration has begun for the fall Flagstaff National Junior Basketball (NJB) program.

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Temperatures set to increase as monsoons draw near

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Visitors to northern Arizona over the Fourth of July holiday weekend were greeted with mild temperatures and clear skies, but temperatures are set to increase later this week, according to the National Weather Service Flagstaff (NWS).

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Arizona cities get help regulating short-term rentals

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Residential areas around Arizona have largely gone unregulated in terms of vacation homes, but the passing of House Bill HB 2672 recently by Gov. Doug Ducey could provide a bit of relief to some neighbors.

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Navajo artist adds a splash of color to Route 66

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Beautiful murals depicting much of what Williams has to offer have been popping up around town, and behind that work is someone who sees art as a process of honor and identity.

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Soccer gets a green light at Williams Middle School

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Youth soccer in Williams continues to grow, and the Williams Unified School District Board acknowledged that June 26 when they approved soccer as a new competitive sports program at Williams Elementary-Middle School.

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Remembering the HiLiTES: Bob DeLander calls it a career at KC

After 43 years of helping make the off-road world a brighter place Bob DeLander retires

In the early 1970s, off-road racing began making its mark in history and atop those early Ford Broncos, Chevy Blazers and International Harvester Scouts was the iconic KC HiLiTES Daylighter light.

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Council approves golf course housing development

35 new homes to be built at Fairway in the Pines near Elephant Rocks Golf Course

The Williams City Council approved the preliminary plat for a new 35 - home residential development near Elephant Rocks Golf Course at its June 27 meeting.

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