More than 23,000 children each year will experience cardiac arrest, according to the American Heart Association. Of these incidents, 40% are related to sports.
Now, hunting, it’s all over, just like watching your daughter drive away to college; the depression sets in. Luckily there is a cure for this seasonal disease. There’s a time proven remedy that has worked for countless hunters and it can help you too. FISHING!
I was 25 years old when I had my first cervical biopsy to check a few abnormal cells that showed up on a routine Pap smear. This was followed by a conization in which more of my cervix was removed. When the oncologist sat across from me a few weeks later to explain I had cervical cancer, I was stunned and confused.
Can you imagine 82 smiles? On behalf of 82 children from 36 local families, thank-you for your generous donations of gifts and money to the Williams Lions Club Toys for Kids 2023 Christmas program.
The state of Arizona, along with the rest of the nation, is confronting a troubling surge in opioid-related overdose deaths, with illicit fentanyl and other synthetic opioids playing a pivotal role.
Welcome to the first monthly segment of Aaron’s Outdoor Corner. This section is dedicated to outdoorists; specifically hunters, fishers, hikers and wildlife enthusiasts.
Our staff is diligently working on our second edition of Northern Arizona Hunting and Fishing magazine.
Last summer I spent some time downtown on Wednesday nights at the business called “A Beautiful Mind” located at 420 West Route 66. It is a great shop in the middle of town with planters out front and art, gifts and goodies inside. Owner, Frits Vanderschraf, haa introduced Open Mic every night where musicians can gather and share their talents.
Dear colleagues, I want to thank you again for participating in the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS).
I couldn't imagine a more fitting honor than when the administration at Williams Unified School District decided to name the Williams High School gym after recently retired athletic director, Phillip Echeverria.
The Sept. 5 article by reporter Howard Fischer, “Court: Kaibab Forest not responsible for banning lead ammo,” unfortunately left out some important information.
The Williams Justice Court is pleased to announce the recent promotion of long-time court employee Jennifer Cox to the position of Court Manager.