The Williams Vikings varsity baseball took a break from the regular season and went to work over spring break at the River Valley tournament March 9-11.
Williams Elementary-Middle Schools experienced a bit of the Grand Canyon last week, when volunteer rangers from the park visited the school.
Those who are interested in local history or Southwestern architecture are invited to attend two free programs at the Ash Fork museum in the next few weeks.
The city of Williams has settled a lawsuit with former Williams water superintendent Ronnie Stilwell.
Recent testing at Williams Elementary-Middle School and Williams High School have shown the schools are within acceptable levels for lead in the water.
Recently elected County Treasurer Sarah Benatar and County Assessor Armando Ruiz made the rounds in Williams last month.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Registration has begun for the annual Man vs. Machine bike race. After two successful years in 2015 and 2016, Man vs. Machine bike race returns to Williams Sept. 30.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Water management in Williams doesn’t just end when it streams through the tap in a house or business. A parallel management process begins as soon as that water heads down the drain.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A gray squirrel is being held responsible for cutting power to over 5,000 Williams, Grand Canyon and Tusayan residents March 9.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Coconino County Sheriff’s Office has been actively investigating several reports of burglaries and trespassing incidents in the Red Lake area of state Highway 64 in the last few months.