Kaibab Estates “Clean Sweep” a success

A free community clean up and fire fuel reduction day was recently sponsored by Coconino County for the residents of the Kaibab Estates. Approximately 75 residents participated in the two-day event, which resulted in 80 cubic yards of trash and pine needles being hauled away by the county.

The clean up offered residents an opportunity to remove debris, eliminate rodent nesting areas and reduce the threat of fire by eliminating potential fire hazards.

Coconino county solid waste supervisor Jim Loper said he was pleased with the turnout, considering the 100-degree heat.

“Residents seemed to appreciate our efforts and were grateful we brought the ‘Clean Sweep’ program,” he said.

Anyone who wants more information can call Loper at (520) 779-6630.Coconino County Fair deadlines soon

The 51st annual Coconino County Fair will be held on Sept. 1-4 at the Coconino County Fairgrounds at Fort Tuthill. For residents interested in entering items in the fair, Premium Books have been distributed throughout the county. These booklets provide detailed entry information and deadlines, which are fast approaching.

Premium Books are free of charge and can be picked up at the at the chamber of commerce in Williams and the Grand Canyon Post Office. They are also available at Coconino County Parks and Recreation office at Fort Tuthill, Flagstaff Public Library, the Flagstaff Visitor Center and Coconino County Administration Building. For additional premium book locations or more information, call the Coconino County Parks and Recreation office at 774-5139.

A limited number of commercial and community service booths are still available. Applications for these booth spaces can be obtained from the Coconino County Parks and Recreation Office.

For additional premium book locations or more information, call the Coconino County Parks and Recreation office at (520)-774-5139.Fallen officer “cruise” is Aug. 12

In honor of fallen officer Jeff Moritz, the Flagstaff community will have a “cruise” in his name.

Meet Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. at the Video City parking lot, 1768 E. Route 66. Participants are requested to make a minimum donation of $10 with all proceeds going to the Moritz family.

Cruise the same streets Officer Moritz cruised to protect his community. Everyone is invited to join in.

School board approves contracts

On July 19, the Williams Unified School District Governing Board approved extra-duty contracts for: Rudy Sanchez, Williams/Elementary Middle School athletic director; Gail Tetrick, WEMS student council; Jane Kirkley, elementary school gifted; Leisa Farr, middle school gifted; Bonnie Dent, WEMS art club; Michelle Egan, WEMS Special Olympics; Sean Tice, WEMS head coach for football; Scott Mayfield, WEMS assistant coach for football; Meggin Kirk, WEMS head coach for soccer; Leisa Farr, district test coordinator; and Jeneille Branen, WHS cheer coach.


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