Wendy Howell

Reporter

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Council approves funding to help curb illegal dumping

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — In an attempt to curb illegal dumping and overflowing trash cans, the Williams City Council approved funding for an enclosure around city trash receptacles at the parking lot on the corner of Grand Canyon Boulevard and East Railroad Avenue in Williams at the March 14 city council meeting.

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Wet grass and muddy infield limit Lady Vikes softball practices

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The winter weather continues to plague the Vikings, with the Lady Vikes only logging one day of practice on their field in Williams so far this season.

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Meals on Wheels fundraiser set for March 23

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Senior Center is the hub for most of the senior population in Williams.

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Lack of infield time hurts Vikings baseball

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With the record breaking snowfall that Williams has seen in February, the Williams Vikings baseball team is eager to find dry ground as they enter into the 2019 season.

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Council discusses Williams snow removal efforts after recent storm

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The late February storm and subsequent snow removal efforts were discussed at the Williams City Council meeting Feb. 28.

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Rose Newbold bids Williams Parks and Rec good-bye

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Rose Newbold flips through the pages of a well-worn photo album, pointing at the children and telling stories about them as if they’re her own children. And in her mind, they almost are.

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Gutierrez sentenced to 13 years for shooting at law enforcement

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A man accused of shooting at Williams Police officers on Nov. 27, 2017 has been sentenced to 13 years in prison. Sentencing for Jowell Gutierrez took place March 1.

Williams High School senior spotlight: Diana Cabrera

Diana Cabrera is a senior at Williams High School.

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Williams High School senior spotlight: Henry Saldain

Henry Saldain is a senior at Williams High School. He has attended school in Williams since kindergarten.

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New K9 at Williams Police Department makes first drug bust

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Although Williams Police K9 Nitro has only been certified for two weeks, he has already proven his usefulness in the detection of narcotics in two traffic stops in Williams.

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