This year, organizers and volunteers offered a variety of veteran services in addition to distributing items and clothing to veterans.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Grand Canyon Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society and the Arizona Railroad Heritage Park and Museum have partnered to acquire a vintage caboose for Williams.
Growing up in the Hopi village of Bacavi on Third Mesa, Leigh Kuwanwisiwma helped plant his family’s cornfields each spring. His grandpa would give him a handful of seeds along with careful instructions.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — 4-H clubs in Coconino County have struggled to continue northern Arizona’s home-grown livestock tradition during the coronavirus pandemic, but will culminate the season at the Coconino County Fair this weekend.
Written by Thomas M. Myers, M.D., "How Not to Die at Grand Canyon" is a waterproof pocket guide that will fit in your pocket or backpack so you can take it with you.
Charlie Nixon arrived in northern Arizona in 1951, he was two years old at the time and had recently lived as a resident of the great state of Ohio.
Habitat for Humanity held a dedication and wall raising Aug. 15 for the Windham family house in Williams.
Since 1944, Smokey and his world-famous motto have helped raise awareness for forest fire prevention and natural conservation.
For the last 62 years Brown and his family have called Williams, Arizona home and throughout the course of his life, Brown not only strived to improve his community, but the lives of those within it as well.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Bright Angel, the Yaki, the Mather and Hermit’s Rest are just a few of the Grand Canyon-themed fare that can be found at the newly opened Gateway Sandwich Company on Route 66 in Williams.
Endangered California condors have been spotted in Sequoia National Park for the first time in nearly 50 years.
Local resident Michelle Gauthier recently received a permit for the Arizona Department of Transportation Adopt-a-Highway permit for mileposts 171-172 on Interstate 40 near the International Kadampa Retreat Center.
Gonzalez Mini Market has expanded their store and now offers a carniceria with a variety of foods for grilling. These include items such as carne asada, fajita chicken, chorizo, cecina, chicharoon, queso fresco, fresh home meade salsas and more. (Wendy Howell/WGCN)
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — At 1:47 p.m. February 26, I found myself walking up the worn rust painted steps of the World Famous Sultana’s Third Street entrance to conduct my third and final interview of the week.
Seelhammer’s re-hiring came at a time of stress for Tusayan, after former manager Eric Duthie’s contract was terminated in October 2019.
As an infant, Henry L. Benham and his family left Indiana for Cincinnati, Ohio — it was there among the buckeyes that he spent the next 20 years of his life.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Several organizations in Williams are benefiting from the generosity of the community with the recent announcement of the 2020 Greater Williams Community Fund grant recipients.
While the national response rate was 61.5 percent as of June 18 and the response rate for Arizona was 58.1 percent, just 1.5 percent of Navajo Nation residents had returned their forms.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — “Arizona’s Own” 108th Army Band of the Arizona Army National Guard is coming to Williams Independence Day Weekend.
Williams Elementary-Middle School received 25 heavy duty pencil sharpeners from Associate Broker and Property Manager Diana Croteau of Robinson and Associates Real Estate in Williams.
Patrons explore vegetables, homebaked goods, salsa, honey, candles and more at the South Rims farmer's market May 19.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced small businesses to rethink their marketing plans, both now and into the future.
Fishermen try their hand catfishing at City Reservoir the night of May 20.
The Fancy Mask competition, sponsored by Kali Kaliche and The Williams-Grand Canyon News, received several great submissions.