On Sept. 1, the CDC announced updated recommendations for Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 boosters for people age 12 and up.
The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office and Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS) invite the community to celebrate the
Ever since I retired, I looked forward to bringing a new special event to town...
The community was shaken a bit last week when the Williams Unified School District campuses were evacuated because of a reported threat.
As the grandmother of a 7th and 9th grader in Williams...
In fact, we have not yet even made a decision about whether sufficient pozzolan exists on this site to support extraction.
A 1-year-old child in Arizona was found to have a blood lead level four times higher than the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers safe.
Do you know which online accounts your children use, including social media and gaming sites, messaging and e-mail?
As a 50-year resident, I would like to add some clarification to some of the topics of that interview.
If you’d asked me 10 years ago where I thought I’d be, it wasn’t here as the new editor of the Williams-Grand Canyon News.
I want to thank the incredible pyro team for all their help for the Fourth of July firework show.
In this podcast, the Arizona Wildlife Federation sits down with Congressman Tom O'Halleran.
I recently attended the Williams July 4th parade.
Williams is near and dear to my heart and always will be. Williams is my home town, and as you may know, my family has been in Williams since 1913.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 47 percent of passenger vehicle occupants killed in motor vehicle crashes were not wearing a restraint.
Fentanyl pills disguised as prescription medications are flooding into our communities.
Those shreds of treads have gained the nickname “gators” over the decades because many of them look like an alligator's back floating on the water’s surface.