May 9, 2017
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Letter to the Editor: USFS must protect public lands from mining
Letter to the Editor: Help for those losing health care coverage after pandemic
Letter to the Editor: Wages not keeping up with housing costs in Arizona
Letter to the Editor: Kayaking the snowmelt down Pittman Valley
Letter to the Editor: No one is in favor of pozzolan mining on Bill Williams
Letter to the Editor: Opposing pozzolan mining requires more than words
Letter to the Editor: Donate to Habitat for Humanity with Arizona Charitable Tax Credit program
Letter to the Editor: Positive thinking, prayer could defeat pozzolan mine
Letter to the Editor: Pozzolan mine will harm nature
It seems we have a serious problem at our sheriff's department. Understaffing and half a dozen resignations by deputies since January.
The county wants to be the boss. We don’t need a boss. We are not a prison. We are a home away from home. We love our seniors.
I humbly thank all of those who voted for me, as well as those who voted for my opponent. I pledge to work long and hard to earn the support you have given me.
What I found in the staff was a desire to excel with plenty of dedication and work ethic. What I found in the families was a desire for their kids to have opportunity in school.
Remember, vote for John Vail and Andrew Aldaz for the TFD Board of Directors.
Our official school physical opening is now scheduled for Monday, October 12, 2020.
With help from volunteers and service clubs, we are planning the holiday dinner from noon to 2 p.m. Dec. 8 at Williams Elementary-Middle School.
I am a long-time resident of our small town and social work student at Northern Arizona University.
Letter: 22 years of memories in Williams
In response to the article in the newspaper, ‘Coyote — Nuisance or Necessary’ and in response to teaching kids blood sport.
Letter: Teaching kids bloodsport? Not my 4-H
Coconino County Community Services announces new hours and days of service at the Williams office at 850 W. Grant St.
After reading last week’s article (Williams-Grand Canyon News) regarding the Magistrate’s Contract Proposal being rejected, I thought it would be helpful to all sides, and to the public, if I would weigh in.
Happy New Year to all our Williams friends and supporters from Williams Area Habitat for Humanity.
A huge holiday shout out to Jake and all the crew at Arizona Mobile Meats for their ongoing donations of deer and elk to the Williams Food Pantry.
Letter: Faith Community Thanksgiving dinner appreciated
I am writing to encourage people to vote for the Coconino Community College override, Proposition 417. It is not an increase in tax.
Jim and I and all of our family want to thank the Williams-Grand Canyon News and the Arizona Cowpunchers Reunion Association.
For the record, I support the reintroduction of fire to northern Arizona forests. I’m writing to gripe because I support intelligent reintroduction of fire to the dry, overgrown forest ecology that surrounds our community.
Hello all... Spring cleaning has begun all over town! The sun is shining, flowers are poking their little heads up through the soil, and trees are getting buds.
Thank you everyone! The lovely spring weather helped to make a successful Williams Animal Action Group Rabies Vaccination Clinic.
I wanted to pass on how happy I am that the Grand Canyon Renaissance Park is designed to be an impressive addition to the community.
Exciting things are happening with the Williams Historic Photo Project.
The AARP Foundation is starting a Free In-Person Tax Preparation Service in Williams through the Tax-Aide Program.
I am writing to thank Williams residents for spreading joy to children around the world last Christmas.
Under a privatized system, the focus would shift away from balancing the needs of smaller and larger airports alike. Right now our aviation system serves the public and our communities of all sizes and that is the way it should stay.
I would like to thank Williams Police Sgt. Romero, Officer Simpson and Lifeline EMTs.
This last accident was horrific. They need to address the speed limit and other issues, especially from Williams past Hoctor Road, at least.
What a wonderful time of year! The holiday season is upon Grand Canyon School and all its inhabitants — students, teachers, paraprofessionals, office and maintenance staff.
We collected enough wonderful items to fill 41 boxes that will be enjoyed by our soldiers.
What I spoke of but wasn’t mentioned in the article is that I am happy with my present life and my road back into transitioning into society.
As many of you remember, our community and children suffered a tragic loss in September of 2007 with the death of five teenagers due to alcohol and drugs
Letter to the Editor
A heartfelt thank you to everyone involved in putting together the wonderful turkey dinner, held at Young Life Camp this past Sunday.
In view of the proposed $70 entrance fee at Grand Canyon, I urge each and everyone in Williams to contact the park service with your opinion.
Citizen Soldiers For Life (CSFL) is a nation-wide program designed to build lasting partnerships between employers and community entities and service members and their families.
We have arranged for an Amateur Radio Technician license exam to be held here in Williams at 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 27.
Williams schools not affiliated with flier, ask voters to vote yes on override
Letter to the editor: SAVE-MTR building progress still underway
Full funding from the previous override will expire at the end of this school year.
On behalf of my fellow members of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, I want to thank the community for the tremendous turn out for our 4th annual spaghetti dinner and pie and cake auction.
Our friends Paul and Corey Ferry moved from Parks/Williams to St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands last year and were enjoying their dream to live/retire there.
Next year is a new examination cycle for the amateur radio technician license.
Letter to the editor
Letter to the Editor
For some time, a small group has been trying to form an emergency communications group using the various radio services allowed by the Federal Communications Commission.
Letter to the Editor
After reading this past week’s paper and specifically, the story about the City Budget, I am writing to say something I should have said sooner…
On July 4, the Williams Fire Department initiated a fireworks show after a 10-year hiatus.
Williams is Awesome series continues with a talk July 6 in the city council chambers at 3:30 p.m.
The Williams Public Library is partnering with the Kaibab National Forest to present a series of programs to kids more than six years old to introduce them to Williams and its surrounding area.
Do you realize Ash Fork taxpayers, that for the past 11 months, the Ash Fork Sanitary Board has spent just 151 minutes conducting their meetings?
In 1954, U.S. Route 66 was expanded in Williams Arizona with two lanes running east and two to the west creating the “Loop” and a classic automotive sensation was set in motion.
The Ash Fork Sanitary District removed “Call to the Public” from their April agenda.