Each year since 1954, the Mountain Men have made a one-week 200-mile pilgrimage from Williams to the Phoenix area by horse or mule.
Williams High School honors athletes at spring awards banquet.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. —Several students at Williams High School are getting a leg up in their college preparatory efforts by participating in the Northern Arizona University (NAU) Upward Bound program.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. —The Williams Visitor Center and Williams Public Library Special Collections is having a grand unveiling of a new historic photo and artifacts exhibit May 17 at 2 p.m. at the visitor center.
City completes renovations on parks and rec facilities in time for summer
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — At the May 11 Williams City Council meeting council members approved the purchase and installation of a new playground structure at Cureton Park.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — High school students can help the environment while gaining some valuable work experience this summer through the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC).
Second generation logger James Perkins continues family business with forest thinning and fire prevention projects
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — James Perkins says he is a blessed man. A northern Arizona logger since 1966, Perkins has spent the past 51 years working in the ponderosa pines alongside his family.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams area Habitat for Humanity celebrated its fourth wall raising ceremony as community members mingled with new owners, the Hernandez-Martinez family, April 29.
Sheriff Jim Driscoll announced today that an arrest has been made in the homicides of Williams residents Nora and Michael Dimuria.
Williams High School students compete in egg drop.