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.
First Baptist Church has been reaching children through their puppet ministry.
“We were praying for food,” Helen Yazzie said.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — On May 6, a bit of Williams history came down when the old Williams hospital was demolished to make way for a parking lot at the newly built Williams Health Clinic.
Camp Civitan has begun providing meals for children on Fridays at the Rec Center.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After seeing a significant amount of trash accumulating on the Interstate 40 roadside, Michelle Gauthier and Jody Monahan decided to take action.
The tiny insects feed on their host plant with mouthparts that are several times longer than their bodies, enabling them to consume large areas of plant tissue.
PHOENIX — Three bear cubs rescued last April after their mother was hit and killed by a vehicle near Oracle, Arizona, were released back into the wild last week in a remote area in central Arizona.
"The taco is Mexico's gift to the world," Ralat said. "And the world is responding."
Rolling into almost three years as senior pastor at Grand Canyon Community Church (GCCC), the Beavers are working through the COVID-19 crisis with live-stream services and Bible studies.
Jim Enote is just as at ease in a sport coat as he is in his muck boots.
The center normally provides lunches and activities for area seniors, however, because of COVID-19, the center has closed its doors.
This year’s competition drew 24 enthusiastic Grand Canyon students (referred to as Odyssey Angels) who excitedly brought home awards Feb. 29.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A bit of steep mountain railroad history is on display at the Grand Canyon Railway.