Senior Payce Mortensen scored a season high 34 points in the Vikings win over Cibecue Jan. 13 adding to Williams 16-5 season record.
In front of a packed council chamber full of community members, family and friends, four Williams Police Department officers were honored for their bravery while responding to a call for an armed suicidal subject in November 2017.
Lovers of craft spirits have a reason to raise a toast — the owner of Grand Canyon Brewing Company has expanded his operation and opened a distillery to make artisanal liquors.
The third annual Event Huddle is coming to Williams Jan. 22 at 5:30 p.m. at the Williams Recreation Center.
Vikings Head Coach Jeff Brownlee was selected as the 1A Conference Coach of the Year for 2017. Brownlee led the Vikings to the 1A Conference State Championship title, beating Superior 57-14 and ending a 23-year drought for the Vikings.
The city of Williams has selected Sue Bennett as the new deputy city clerk.
A family vacation home was deemed a total loss following a structure fire in Parks Dec. 29. No injuries were reported.
On Dec. 28, just six days after a multi-fatality accident at milepost 207 on State Route 64, emergency personnel responded to another significant car accident on SR 64 at milepost 191 that resulted in a fatality.
Four family members are dead, including two young children, from possible carbon monoxide poisoning, according to Coconino County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO).
Vikings senior athletes prepare for graduation and beyond.