Will Williams is a contributing columnist for the Chino Valley Review and Prescott Valley Tribune newspapers.
My wife is master gardener. I’m glad she’s a master of the garden variety instead of, for example, a master sergeant in the Army, but there are disadvantages to her hobby.
One Man’s Rant
This is the second in a series of two columns about a topic that no one else would bother to write.
This is the first of two columns that explore the importance of platitudes and quotes.
The other morning, my wife and I were discussing the concept of heaven and what we might expect if our final flight lands there.
I had the competitive spirit when I ran track in the sixth grade, but not enough to qualify for glory.
This past April 28 was a big day — or night — in Chino Valley.
Most of us are cut from normal bolts of cloth, but once in a while, I run across someone who is constructed from a special kind of fabric.
In October of 2015, Chino Valley High School students took advantage of a rare opportunity.
In 1961, a history teacher at Skull Valley School, by the name of Mina Munderloh, with the help of a second teacher, instructed six elementary grades in one classroom.
One day in 1949 or 1950, I discovered a strange piece of furniture in our living room in Indianapolis, Indiana, where we lived at the time.