The Town of Tusayan has officially adopted a $24 million budget for fiscal year 2021.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey said the state won’t make up the money that Arizona unemployed will lose when the $600 a week in extra federal benefits dries up this coming week.
Clarinda Vail is challenging the incumbent Mayor Craig Sanderson to oversee Tusayan — Arizona's tiniest town near the state's biggest tourist attraction.
PHOENIX — Arizona schools won’t be required to put kids back into classrooms next month.
This year, the reunion honored Vic Howell ranch manager for Babbitt Ranches, located north of Williams.
The program is not a check but rather a tax credit for each to work together in support of keeping local journalism sustainable during this damaging business environment.
Coronavirus cases in Grand Canyon/ Tusayan have risen to 34 as of July 27.
Rebecca Wirth is the incumbent for the 2020 Tusayan town council.
Greg Brush is a resident of Tusayan and chief of Tusayan Fire Department.
Supporters say the measure, known as the Great American Outdoors Act, would be the most significant conservation legislation enacted in nearly half a century.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. – Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS), in collaboration with North Country HealthCare and other community partners, will offer COVID-19 Testing in Williams July 30.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Flagstaff Unified School District Governing Board has decided to delay in-person learning at least until Oct. 9, the end of the first quarter, with remote learning set to begin Aug. 17.
On July 15, the Grand Canyon Governing Board voted unanimously to adopt a $3,804,105 budget for the 2020/2021 school year.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is asking individuals seeking COVID-19 testing at Fort Tuthill County Park to register online prior to arriving at the site.
“The mules got a good break during the shutdown,” said livery manager John Berry.
Local resources include emotional well-being, stress management, crisis hotlines and more
The greater Williams community (those within the 86046 zip code) is recording 34 cases of COVID-19, according to the Arizona Department of Health July 20.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The state of Arizona saw a surge in coronavirus cases at the end of June, and Coconino County followed the trend with a high of 324 cases the week of June 27, however, since then, the county has begun to see signs of leveling with 166 positive cases last week.
Although school officially begins on that date, classes will be online because of Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order restricting in-person classes until after Aug. 17.
Some residents have asked the U.S. Postal Service to find better accommodations, calling the situation unacceptable.
Firefighters are making progress on the Monument Fire, according to the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management (DFFM).
The event will take place mostly online, with some on-site events with social distancing protocols in place.
The event was originally scheduled for June 18-21, but organizers rescheduled the event because of statewide closures due to coronavirus.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) has created preliminary plans for high school athletic programs following Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive action to delay the start of in-person schooling to Aug. 17.
More than 60 firefighters with the Phoenix Fire Department have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Testing at the July 17 event is free of charge and is provided on a first come, first served basis.
In a new directive July 9, the governor said that dine-in facilities are limited to half the number of people that fire inspectors have listed as capacity.
The role of a community newspaper, first and foremost, is to report the news and events that happen in the community it serves.
There are 2,102 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Coconino County and 92 deaths as of July 6.
The park was closed from April 1 to May 15, when it began to reopen on a limited basis. Tourists are returning, along with their wallets, but business officials say times are still tough.