Williams-Grand Canyon News gave the five Williams City Council candidates an opportunity to introduce themselves and explain their positions on important issues facing Williams.
I am dedicated to this city and want to continue to be a voice in the decisions that are necessary to keep us moving forward.
The city of Williams needs council leadership, but mostly communication.
I have spent the past four years on Williams City Council, and know my work is not yet done.
My wife and I were born and raised here, raised our kids here, our business is here and I want the independent rural character of Williams to stay intact.
I am running for the William’s City Council because I truly appreciate and love this town, and want to preserve the quality of life we have here.
The event was originally scheduled for June 18-21, but organizers rescheduled the event because of statewide closures due to coronavirus.
Tiffany Shedd and Nolan Reidhead will square off in the Republican primary Aug. 4 for a House seat in Congressional District One, which includes the Navajo and Hopi nations.
Early voting for the Aug. 4, primary election started July 8.
The Monument Fire, located 30 miles northwest of Ash Fork near the Boquillas Ranch has grown to 600 acres. It is 10 percent contained.
ASH FORK, Ariz. - Firefighters are battling a small wildland fire in the Boquillas Ranch area north of Ash Fork.
• Officers responded to disturbance on Slagel, subjects trespassed from area; • Officers responded to subject trespassing at Circle K, subject removed;
There are 2,102 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Coconino County and 92 deaths as of July 6.
A new parking area for the Williams Clinic is nearing completion. The parking lot is located on the east side of the hospital, where the old clinic once sat.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A new rural camping experience could be coming to Williams soon.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — While most Fourth of July festivities were canceled in Williams, including the annual parade, some residents had other ideas.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Snowstorms and inclement weather stopped helicopter thinning operations on Bill Williams Mountain in the fall of 2019, but forest managers said restoration is set to resume soon.
Almost forgotten during the coronavirus, a primary election will be held Aug. 4 for federal and state offices in Arizona.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) has completed its random draw for 2020 fall hunts.
Although the Williams Fourth of July parade has been canceled following Gov. Doug Ducey’s June 29 executive order to limit social gatherings, the fireworks show, American Legion barbecue and community prayer are still planned.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Coconino County health officials announced upcoming closures to the Fort Tuthill specimen collection site.
PHOENIX, Ariz. — When Gov. Doug Ducey reopened the state in May, there was little enforcement of the state’s suggested COVID-19 safety guidelines for businesses, however, on June 17 Ducey ordered all businesses in Arizona to take specific action to keep workers and patrons safe and help limit the spread of COVID-19.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Coconino County District 3 Supervisor Matt Ryan was elected as Chair of the Rural Transportation Advocacy Council (RTAC).
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Kaibab National Forest archaeologist Neil Weintraub has been named the 2020 Professional Archaeologist of the Year by the State Historic Preservation Office and Arizona Preservation Foundation.