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ADOT wraps up road projects for the winter

PHOENIX — Upgraded bridge decks, two new bridges, 20 total miles of rebuilt roadway and miles of fresh pavement have been completed this year on I-40 and I-17, with additional paving to come when warmer temperatures return.

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I-40 assists and accidents keep Williams Fire hopping in October

Even with rainy skies and a canceled helicopter landing, 103 community members attended the Williams Fire Department Community Safety Day Oct. 13.

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Community calendar: Week of Nov. 7

Community calendar: Week of Nov. 7

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K9 deputies discover nearly 100 pounds of marijuana hidden in truck

More than 96 pounds of marijuana were seized by authorities after a traffic stop along east Interstate 40 near Ash Fork the morning of Oct. 29.

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Accident results in death of 2-year-old Valle boy

VALLE, Ariz. — On Nov. 3 Coconino County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence in the Valle area for a report of a child who had been hit by a pick-up truck.

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Railroad Museum continues collection for future opening

The newest acquisition for the Arizona State Railroad Museum (ASRM) arrived in Williams recently, completing a journey that began in 1952.

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Final arch goes up on west side of Williams

Each entrance to Williams now has an arch to welcome visitors after the third and final arch of the Williams Gateway series was erected Oct. 19.

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Christmas tree tags for Kaibab National forest available Nov. 16

Kaibab National Forest will sell 1,800 over-the-counter and through-the-mail Christmas tree tags for each of its three ranger districts beginning Nov. 16.

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