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Matt Ryan replaced as county board chair

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Coconino County Board of Supervisors named District 1 Supervisor Art Babbott as the next chair of the board. He replaces District 3 Supervisor Matt Ryan.

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Williams' Judge Krombeen selected as 2018 Arizona Justice of the Peace

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Judge Rob Krombeen of Williams was nominated and selected as the Arizona Justice of the Peace of the Year.

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Ash Fork students give back at blood drive

Ash Fork students participated in a blood drive at Ash Fork High School.

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Community calendar: week of September 12

News and events in Williams and the surrounding area.

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Region in brief: Sept. 12

Region in brief: Sept. 12

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Fiery crash claims three south of Ash Fork

A man from Peach Springs and a family from Crown King were involved in a deadly accident on State Route 89 between Paulden and Ash Fork around 4:45 p.m. Aug. 30.

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Obituary: Mela Martinez

Mela Martinez: May 12, 1922 - Aug. 31, 2018.

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Rotary awards Kindercamp $4,000 check

Williams Rotary presents a $4,000 check to Williams Elementary-Middle School Aug. 30 to be used at next summer's KinderCamp.

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Signs going up for new curio shop on Route 66

Cruise'n Route 66 shop opened earlier this summer and is in the process of expanding to a second shop next door.

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Kaibab Forest participates in pronghorn fencing project

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Earlier this month, more than 60 volunteers joined forces with Forest Service and Arizona Game and Fish Department specialists to modify fences on Kaibab National Forest in order to promote healthy pronghorn populations.

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