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A grand legacy: Jim "Doc" Wurgler remembered for work at Grand Canyon

Dr. Jim Wurgler, 86, the innovative physician who brought his talents and compassion to the Yosemite and Grand Canyon medical clinics, and later the Williams Health Care Center passed away Nov. 13.

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Power restored to Tusayan and Grand Canyon

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. — A Thanksgiving holiday storm dropped more than a foot of snow at the Grand Canyon, knocking out power overnight at the South Rim and the community of Tusayan.

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Williams facing up to 23 inches of snow as storm expected Thanksgiving Day

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — National Weather Service forecasters are predicting a major winter storm Thursday through early Saturday for northern Arizona.

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Taking the lead: Debra Mollet brings engineering experience to Tusayan, Williams Ranger Districts

The new district ranger for the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts was looking to use her forestry and engineering background in a collaborative way when she was offered the position at Kaibab National Forest.

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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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More snow on the way for Williams, Grand Canyon

People can expect a cold, blustery day in Williams and Grand Canyon.

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Update: Missing Williams 4-year-old found safe

A game of hide-and-seek led to a 16-hour overnight adventure in the pinon-junipers north of Williams for a four-year-old girl Saturday night.

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Search underway for missing 4-year-old Williams girl (video)

Coconino County Sheriff's Office is searching for a four-year old who went missing in the Red Lake area of Williams April 28.

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Two killed, four injured in SR 64 crash

Two people were killed and four injured in a head-on collision on State Route 64 March 10.

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Williams AYSO soccer sign-ups begin

Youth ages four to 18 are encouraged to sign up for the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) season that runs from June 17 to early August 26.

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