We have a major problem on our Interstate 40.
Coconino County is consistently providing information and tools which can help mitigate the impacts of the pandemic for business owners and employees.
Again, please consider community food banks, shelters, schools and other groups providing meals for children in underserved families. Other sources to contact are Meals on Wheels America and senior centers and services.
During this pandemic I have noticed a stark contrast between two different kinds of people — those with hope, resolve, patience and charity, and those who throw darts of doubt, discord, judgment and blame.
Last week I finally connected with a friend I hadn’t heard from in a few weeks. We gave each other updates and she told me this must be a busy and exciting time to be working in the media. Busy? Yes. Exciting? Not so much.
David and Rosalie Henis have proved to be exceptional in their care of not only animals, but showing compassion to people as well.
Next week we will be providing weekly work packets again, and daily lunches, but they will be delivered to specific (new) stops along the normal van routes from 7:30-8:30 a.m.
With the library closed to the public and many businesses changing to take-out, Williams residents may be wondering what to do with their time.
The 35th annual W.A.A.G. Rabies Vaccination Clinic has been cancelled due to the exposure risk of the coronavirus.
Only two weeks ago, parents were planning what to do with their children as spring break and early release arrived, stores were stocking Easter supplies and the city was concerned about street lights.
Rabies vaccinations for your dogs and cats will cost $10 each, including the legal certificate and metal tag.
Letter to the community from the Williams News editorial staff
As Americans, it has always been our right to bear arms — whether we do or not is a decision we make all on our own.
About one in three Americans have cardiovascular disease. Could you be one of them?
The bill, HB 2036, would require mandatory prison sentencing for dealers caught selling this deadly poison in large enough amounts to distinguish them as significant drug traffickers.
Every week there are reports of people being scammed over the phone or by email. Senior citizens are especially vulnerable.
We get a lot of people visiting the Grand Canyon asking us why did we start a skydiving business here?