As districts prepare for another school year, looming spring AzMERIT testing already has school administrators planning ahead.
Jay Redfeather is a write-in candidate running for Williams city council. The Williams News asked candidates a series of questions, and the answers were submitted by the candidates for the voters. Each candidate had a combined 300-word limit for the questions.
Williams has a rich history and tucked within the cabinets, drawers and attics of many local families lay documents, photos and other archives that bring that history to life.
After nearly a 60 year absence, the Williams Justice Court constable position is set to return.
Around 400 fire personnel from Arizona, including 75 engines, have joined the battle to suppress 18 wildland fires in the Golden State, although the majority are on the Carr and Ferguson Fires.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Coming off a stellar 2017 season which saw Williams go 9-2 and win the 1A State Championship 57-14 over Superior, the Vikings have returned to the field with a plan to remain on top.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. —As a bill to designate Route 66 as a National Historic Trail moves to the Senate, supporters of the initiative are hitting the road in hopes of garnering support for its passage.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — When residents cast ballots this election season, they will be asked to vote on something Williams city officials say is critical to maintain current services and programs.
Clad in shorts, ball caps and t-shirts, eighth graders from Ash Fork School jumped feet first into a canoe adventure on the Colorado River this summer.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Unified School District is sponsoring an English class for parents of Williams Unified School District (WUSD) students.