The sun began forming about 4.6 billion years ago when an immense nebula of dust and gas condensed under the force of gravity.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and to show their solidarity, businesses and individuals across the country wear pink.
Students learned about smoke and CO alarms, creating escape plans and stop, drop and roll.
Classic car owners returned to Williams Oct. 2 for the ninth annual Datsun Car Show.
One hundred and forty Boy Scouts from across Arizona took part in an archery, rifle and shotgun shooting and ax throwing competition at Camp Raymond Boy Scout Camp Oct. 2.
The community celebrated Williams High School Homecoming Sept. 27 - Oct. 1.
In addition to human footprints, tracks from the Columbian mammoth, saber-toothed cat, dire wolf and other ice age animals have been discovered.
National Park Ranger Morris wears many hats at Grand Canyon National Park and for the Grand Canyon School District.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Middle School science teacher Trina Siegfried was recently selected by Coconino County as a 2021 County Ambassador for Excellence, for her contributions as a teacher.
On Sept. 18, residents and friends of the International Kadampa Retreat Center Grand Canyon joined in an annual highway clean up.
Williams gardeners interested in meeting other local gardeners and exchanging seeds met for a ‘seed exchange’ Sept. 21 at Williams Public Library.
Williams Mayor John Moore and Vice Mayor Don Dent were recognized by Rodger Ely for their efforts to help bring The Moving Wall, a 252-foot mobile replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C., to Williams June 4-6.
Williams Yacht Club held its 2021 Regatta & Cataract Cup remote control boat race July 24 at Kaibab Lake in Williams.
The Deer Farm and Game and Fish remind the public to leave baby wildlife alone.
Erin Reynolds had no idea at the onset of a 250-mile backpacking trek across the Pacific Crest trail in 2015 how the landscape was going to inspire her.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Greg King has stepped in as constable for the Williams precinct after the resignation of Williams Constable Rick Remender in December. The Coconino County Board of Supervisors appointed King earlier this year.
Coming from humble beginnings — a product of immigrants, a student with learning disabilities and a child of a broken home — Acosta has met each challenge with fortitude and humor, and created an interesting life.
A psychological thriller set in the Four Corners region of the Southwest, "Dark Winds" centers on two Navajo Nation police officers trying to solve a double murder.
As early as 1616, the astronomer Galileo Galilei used the term Aurora Borealis to describe the Northern Lights, taking the name of the mythical Roman goddess of the dawn.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — One of Williams’ favorite Thai restaurants has branched out after purchasing Twisters Soda Fountain on Historic Route 66.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A refreshing monsoon season has returned to northern Arizona this year, and with it a return of the spectacular yellow Calliopsis flowers.
Soaring over Williams wasn’t quite what I expected. I’ve hiked Bill Williams, climbed in Sycamore Canyon and done a bit of mountain biking, so I’ve seen a lot of the beauty of Williams. But seeing it from the air was something else.
Arizona Game and Fish Department conservation projects recently received a boost from Mother Road Brewing Company to help wildlife and outdoor recreation opportunities.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The lightening-caused Rafael Fire that began June 18, surprised several northern Arizona communities when it went from a slow burning, 1,000-acre fire to a raging 18,000-acre fire within a 24-hour period, eventually tearing through Sycamore Canyon southeast of Williams and ultimately burning 78,065 acres before it was extinguished.