WILLIAMS, Ariz. — During a time of uncertainty, some businesses and non-profits along with the Williams Police Department are working to help those in need.
The park is asking visitors to use the self-pay machines in each entrance lane.
The incident occurred in September 2019, when, according to Coconino County Sheriff’s Office, the tandem skydive encountered difficulties during landing.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Lonesome Valley Company of Arizona Rangers donated $500 Feb. 19 to help bring The Moving Wall, a 252-foot mobile replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C., to Williams.
Current terms for Mayor Craig Sanderson, and council members Al Montoya and Becky Wirth expire this year.
The need for the loan came after Home Rule was not passed by Tusayan voters in 2019.
She said one of Paragon’s goals in 2020 is to get the word out that skydiving is an option at the Grand Canyon.
“(Canyon Closet) is going to be basically a non-profit Goodwill, if you will,” said Gloria Barrett. “People can drop off their clothing, exchange clothing for a larger size … it’s going to be something that is available to the community at any time.”
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Because of elevated levels of mercury, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) is advising the public to limit their consumption of black crappie caught in Santa Fe Lake in Williams.