WILLIAMS, Ariz. — On July 23, For Veterans Sake Foundation (FVS) hosted its first service dog graduation ceremony at Miss Kitty’s Steakhouse in Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After exploring shotgun shooting opportunities for its members, the Williams Sportsman’s Club (WSC) are excited to announce they have consolidated membership and operations with Flagstaff Clay Target Shooters.
The stamp will be unveiled July 30 at the Sealaska Heritage Institute in Juneau, Alaska.
The Northern Arizona Celtic Highland Association held its annual festival in Williams July 17- 18 at the Williams Rodeo Grounds.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — In an effort to expand their range, federal officials are looking at creating new habitats across Arizona and New Mexico for Arizona’s endangered black-footed ferrets.
PHOENIX — As part of the Arizona Game and Fish Commission’s goal to increase online services for customers, the commission proposes to amend rules within Articles 1 and 3 to establish a paperless permit-tag system.
LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. — Even before the pandemic, a scarcity of nurses was an ongoing concern in Arizona, especially in more rural areas.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — As Babbitt Ranches honors 135 years of operations in northern Arizona, the annual Hashknife Colt Sale is scheduled to be in-person at Spider Web Camp, about 30 miles north of Flagstaff off Highway 89, at 11 a.m. July 10.
Twelve new fallow fawns were recently born at Grand Canyon Deer Farm.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Although a group camping under a bald eagle’s nest in Williams drew concern from local residents and the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD), the outcome was positive leading to the discovery of four healthy eagles and an educational opportunity.
Family, friends and fans join together June 19-20 to cheer on their favorite cowboys and cowgirls at the 43rd annual Cowpunchers Reunion rodeo.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - High above Key Hole Sink near Parks, Arizona, dozens of youth in red shirts line up to rappel down a rocky crag deep in the ponderosa pine forest.
The event is put on by American Legion Cordova Post 13 and attracts car enthusiasts from around the country.
Williams Fire Department, Williams Police Department, and the U.S. Forest Service participated in First Responder’s Day at KinderCamp June 10 at Williams Elementary-Middle School.
Water tender 82 looks out at the Telegraph Fire southeast of Superior, Arizona, which is now 45 percent contained and has burned more than 87,000 acres as of June 12.
The Thin Blue Line dropped off goodie bags for Williams Police officers and staff, including a special bag for K-9, Nitro, May 26.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — May 24 marks one year since Emily White found herself in an ATV accident near Flagstaff, unaware of the severity of her injuries and the dramatic shift her life was about to take.
Williams High School graduation took place May 28 at 7 p.m. at Williams High School.
The winds didn't prevent supporters of Save Meant To Rescue to show up and play golf in the Balls for Dogs tournament May 22 at Elephant Rocks Golf Course.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Sportsman's Club (WSC) hosted a successful Ladies Only Shoot May 15, with 30 ladies participating in the event. This recurring event is tailored to provide women who have little to no handgun experience an opportunity to learn about and practice safe firearms use. The 30 ladies received a comprehensive day of academics and supervised range shooting. First stop was the city of Williams Recreation Center for a morning classroom instruction in safe firearms handling procedures that included hands on demonstrations of various types of firearms by WSC member Chuck Corcoran. Next, they all enjoyed a complimentary lunch provided by WSC “Chef” Ernie Hernandez before heading off to the Williams Shooting Range for an afternoon of some practical experience with their own firearms. WSC Range Safety Officers/Instructors were there to assist them with the goal of providing a safe, no pressure, no embarrassment, comfortable environment to build basic skills and confidence with their pistols. Numerous rounds were fired downrange on paper targets. The day’s event concluded with the ladies ringing steel gongs and knocking down metal silhouettes with AR-15 style .22 rimfire rifles. When asked what made the long drive worth it, for some of them, they said first time shooting opportunities specifically orientated for ladies are difficult to find. The Williams Sportsman’s Club operates the shooting range, which is located west of State Route 64, just north of Interstate 40. It is open for member’s use 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Wednesday, Saturday and the first and third Sundays of each month. The public is encouraged to visit, they may shoot once for a requested $5 donation, and if someone wants full access, they may join for a nominal fee. More information is available on the club’s website at www.williamssportsmansclub.com
Lake Powell water levels continue to decline every day. Despite the low water levels, fishing is great at Lake Powell.
Sunspots — areas that appear dark on the surface of the sun — were first observed by Galileo in 1610.
Patty Williams with the Williams Lions Club presents Williams Police Chief Herman Nixon with a wreath at Monument Park.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — U.S. Marines from the 2nd Marines Logistics Group with the 2nd Transportation Battalion made a pit stop in Williams May 14 where they set up a communications radio before enjoying some rest and relaxation at the Grand Canyon and in Williams.