I would like to thank Williams Animal Control officer Leah Payne for finding a lost rescue dog that had been missing for over a week.
Our staff is still working to provide services to our community, as well as preparing for our eventual re-opening.
Are you looking to have some fun, do your part in keeping those around you safe and possibly win some money? Then look no further.
Letter to the Editor
The Constellations we are familiar with are the “official” Greco-Roman ones accepted by the International Astronomical Union.
Don’t we all have the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
Here’s hoping we cross trails again soon beneath Arizona skies.
I thank Cindy Guthrie for her April 14 letter about litter along I-40.
Why is it important for you to get around to responding to the 2020 Census? Results of the 2020 Census will influence the allocation of limited transportation funding.
In lieu of programming during our library closure, we are offering virtual tutorials on our Youtube Channel
The Greater Flagstaff Chamber has joined forces with the Arizona Small Business Association, Arizona Commerce Authority, and Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry to provide a new website that gives both novice and experienced businesses individualized support to be ready for the second phase of funding, should it occur.
Does someone in your home make you feel scared, threatened, controlled or intimidated?
We are asking for your continued support through subscriptions, advertising and donations.
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.