To honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, Williams-Grand Canyon News publishes a Veterans Tab each Veteran's Day.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. —Several Williams locals recently noticed the town's only drive-thru Mexican Restaurant, Francisco's, no longer has its signature green sign looking out over Route 66.
The monsoon season runs from mid-June through September, characterized by a shift in wind patterns and moisture being pulled in from the tropical coast of Mexico.
Activists are using virtual reality technology to focus on areas of the Navajo Nation affected by uranium contamination.
Life without chocolate? Never. Not even 1,000 years ago at Chaco Canyon.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As a sprawling nation began to spread its wings towards the setting sun, a modest band of pioneers cascaded upon the vast plains of northern Arizona in hopes of planting their roots in greener pastures.
For the 12th year, Arizona Highways is inviting amateur and professional photographers to participate in its photography contest, with submissions due Dec. 15.
Williams High School Head Coach Jeff Brownlee was honored as the Coach of the Week by the Arizona Cardinals Sept.19 at Williams High School.
SYCAMORE CANYON, Ariz. — Under Canvas, the glamour camping company that proposed a 125-tent luxury glamping site at the end of Bill Gray Road, a remote area near the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, said Sept. 13 it will submit its plan to Yavapai County for review, but will scale back the number of tents by 20 percent.
The Williams Lions Club Eighth Annual Mountain Man Run 5K, 10K and Fun Run was held on Labor Day, Sept. 2 in downtown Williams.
A small, white female shepherd mix is looking for new owners.
Williams High School marching band practices each week and performs at high school sporting events.
Grand Canyon was declared a national park in 1919, but indigenous peoples have called the area home for much longer.
A hot dog eating contest, corn hole tournament, fortune telling, bounce house and an Elvis impersonator were just a few of the zany happenings to raise the temperature at the 2nd annual Chili Cook-off Sept. 2.
The Bill Williams Mountain Men of Williams, was formed in 1953 by a group of local residents to support and represent the city of Williams and its surrounding communities, as well as the state of Arizona.
Actor Aidan Quinn will star in a movie partly inspired by the life of local newspaper owner Joseph Soldwedel and his near-death experience while living in the Prescott, Arizona area.
The restaurant is celebrating in coordination with the Saturday night Art Walk Sept. 14.
The 70th annual Coconino County Fair takes place this Labor Day Weekend, Aug. 30 – Sept. 2 at Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff.
Arizona schools will now be required to give students free vision screenings, thanks to a new law Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed last week.
Juan Rojas Meza was born into poverty in Huancayo, the capital of the Junin Region in the central highlands of Peru in 1991.
Students at Williams Unified School District will see a familiar face this year as Tad Wygal steps in as the school resource officer.
CAMP NAVAJO, Ariz. — A pilot project at Camp Navajo has the potential to unlock a critical bottleneck in forest restoration and wildfire prevention efforts across northern Arizona by creating markets for restoration byproducts like wood chips from small-diameter trees.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Though libraries might be known as places of quiet, Andrea Dunn has found that the life of a librarian is anything but dull.
It's the first television series depicting the internment of Japanese Americans on such a massive scale.