It’s been a hard few months for Jerrel Singer — he lost his sister to COVID-19 at the end of October and then in short order his aunt and uncle. By the Christmas holiday, Singer had become sick and was hospitalized himself.
As the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines continues many people still have questions about the available vaccines. Health officials at Yavapai County Community Health Services have provided the following answers to some of the most common questions they have received.
Residents will travel across northern Arizona to provide care to a number of areas that include Winslow, Show Low, Williams, Tuba City, Polacca and Whiteriver, according to North Country HealthCare.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With eyes now set on visiting family, restoring her home and rescuing animals, long-time postal employee Robynn Eckel has announced her retirement.
WASHINGTON — On Dec. 29, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Treasury Department began delivering a second round of Economic Impact Payments as part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona drivers who have ignored a 2019 law that bans holding a cellphone behind the wheel be warned: Breaking the law is going to cost you starting Jan. 1.
Around July 4, in the year 1054 CE, Chinese (and Arab) astronomers recorded a bright new star next to the star we now call Zeta Tauri in the constellation of the Taurus the Bull.
The parade featured 27 floats and numerous walkers and other participants.
Williams residents took holiday lighting to new levels this year.
Several Williams residents gathered for an evening of fun at the Williams' Christmas tree Dec. 16.
Owner Renee Hatch has opened Aspire Hair at 427 W. Route 66 in Williams.
Williams Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) packaged and mailed 30 boxes to servicemen and women.
The traveling exhibit comprises 34 stunning panels of work that can only be viewed from a distance inside the Vatican. It will be at the Croft through Feb. 14.
As winter approaches, volunteers with Chizh for Cheii are preparing to deliver firewood to elders on the Navajo Nation reservation, where nearly 90 percent of homes rely on wood for heat.
The conversation is the same among auto dealerships locally and across the country: Where do we find trained technicians?
The First Things First (FTF) Board recently approved Peach Springs resident Carletta Tilousi to serve on the FTF Coconino Regional Partnership Council.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Over the next few months, students at Williams Elementary-Middle School will be looking beyond the Earth’s sky and up at the stars as they use real mission data and experiences in a unique partnership with NASA.
Hopi artist Akema Honyumptewa and his hand woven textile piece are displayed at the annual Winter Art Market at the Museum of Northern Arizona.
Sarah “Princess” Williams can count the number of showers she’s taken since April on her fingers, toes and two trekking poles.
In 1945, Kabotie received a Guggenheim fellowship to study prehistoric Mimbres pottery.
Everyone is invited to visit the farm and tell Santa what’s on their Christmas list.
When looking through an astronomy magazine, or on the internet, there are many magnificent color photographs of what astronomers refer to as “Deep Sky Objects”.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As part of their annual Toys for Kids tradition, the Williams Lions Club is providing gift tags for the public to participate in buying gifts for local children.