Williams Unified School District (WUSD) recently announced the April Students of the Month.
Many roads in Williams were still dirt in the 1950s.
David Wilamowski and Samantha Johnson of Williams are proud to announce the birth of their son, Nixon David Wilamowski.
Williams High School students were awarded for excelling on the 2016 AzMerit test March 30.
Eighth grade students at Williams Middle School have completed a photo project that will be on display at The Gallery in Williams.
Williams Unified School District announced the March Students of the Month (SOM).
Elephant Rocks Golf Course opened it's 18 hole course March 18.
Williams Elementary-Middle Schools experienced a bit of the Grand Canyon last week, when volunteer rangers from the park visited the school.
Connie Hiemenz celebrates her 70th birthday at the Williams-Grand Canyon News office March 13
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Patricia Helgeson won gift certificates from Kicks, Jeff’s at Goldies Route 66 Cafe, Clover Hill Shell, Wild West Junction and the Grand Canyon Brewery.
Williams Unified School District (WUSD) recently announced the February Students of the Month.
Several hunters came home with prizes from the annual Big Buck contest hosted by The Outdoor Store.
St. Joseph Catholic Church held its annual Chili Cookoff Feb. 3.
Williams Elementary-Middle School hosted their annual Spelling Bee Jan. 17.
Williams High School art students donated and presented a painting to American Legion Cordova Post 13.
Williams Elementary-Middle School students from Mrs. Mann’s kindergarten class helped decorate the Kaibab National Forest District Office Dec. 6.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - In 1941 businesses celebrated the holiday season in downtown Williams with street and store front decorations.
The Williams Billiard Hall provided wine, liquor and cigars in 1880, while the Grand Canyon Hotel was built by C.E. Boyce and had a general merchandise store below the rooms.
Science is a way to understand the world, utilizing well described consistent methods and principles.
Cowboys and Gangsters: Stories of an Untamed Southwest by Samuel H. Dolan is a compilation of stories of outlaws and lawmen that shaped the history of the Southwest.
Williams High School invited local veterans to visit with students Nov. 10.
Ssgt. E5 Johnny Kiker.
PFC Ed Clifton Lee Henson served in the U.S. Army from 1945-46.
Out of the past: Forest service ingenuity in the 1930s
Out of the past: Williams High School