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James Bickers V helps dad James IV drive their Ford 800 tractor in the Williams Fourth of July parade on Monday.

WILLIAMS — This close-knit community celebrated Independence Day "Williams-style" as people gathered for its annual parade down a Williams Highway straightaway from the country store to the general store.

Rick Tucker got one the best seats in the house with family and friends outside Rascal's Bar & Grill. Even before the 10 a.m. festivities began, the group of 10 waved and cheered for any and every vehicle passing by, even eliciting a honk out of an Umpqua Dairy truck. Read More »

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After being abducted by a child killer and locked in a soundproof basement, a 13-year-old boy starts receiving calls on a disconnected phone from the killer's previous victims. Ethan Hawke, Jeremy Davies. 103 minutes.

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