“The board found her experience, educational philosophy and enthusiasm met our exceptionally high expectations set by the legacy of Dr. Colleen Smith.”
Coconino County Superintendent of Schools Cheryl Mango-Paget is currently seeking applicants for the position left open after Nixon’s resignation. Since Nixon was not up for re-election, his seat will be appointed by Mango-Paget.
Heritage Charter School welcomed students back to school Aug. 1.
Another year begins at WUSD
Julia Pearson, John Romero and Larry Schug have submitted applications for the two vacant seats.
Williams Unified School District held registration this week
For hundreds of years people have hypothesized about the possible existence of life beyond Earth.
There are some who dig deeper than others and overflow in their commitment and contributions to a place or to a group of people.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Two years ago, while browsing in an antique shop, Statesville resident Kim Siegrist came across a cheap display case containing something very precious.
Dodder’s interest in the stars started at a young age, when he and his family would watch the night skies on camping trips in Canada.
After spending almost his entire career as a public servant, the city of Williams honored outgoing mayor John Moore as the Grand Marshal of the Fourth of July parade.
Isabella has been dropping off these kits for officers, deputies and troopers to use.
All proceeds went toward Williams area Habitat for Humanity.
Four new additions were recently introduced to the Bearizona Wildlife Park family.
On any given day in Ash Fork, Fayrene Hume is outside pulling weeds or picking up trash along the side of the roads.
About 40 women participating in Chix on 66 cruised through Williams before finishing their June journey on Route 66.
In 1994, Camp and her husband went on a two-month camping trip through the Southwest, searching for a new place to call home.
Celebrate Independence Day with a trip to one of Arizona’s state parks.
It was a homecoming of sorts for NASA Mechanical Engineer Aaron Yazzie, who is Navajo and was born in Tuba City and raised in Holbrook.
The 44th annual Arizona Cowpuncher’s Reunion Rodeo returned to Williams June 18-19.
Williams Lions spent May 21 picking up litter and other trash at Williams Cemetery and the west entrance of town.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — They play baseball and plan to compete in football and basketball in high school, but right now, Williams eighth grade students Daniel Rigo and Ricky Gonzalez are heading to the Bass Federation Junior World Championship in Tennessee July 27-29, where they will represent the state of Arizona.