WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As warmer temperatures draw near, residents and tourists will have a one stop shop for all their hunting, fishing, camping and feed supply needs.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Many long time Williams residents are acquainted with families such as the Hatcher and Browns who arrived in Williams in the late 1950s. They were part of a larger wave of skilled black timber workers who, starting in the late 1930s, moved out of the south to work in the forests of northern Arizona.
According to Nordgren, starry skies are just as alien and unique as the Grand Canyon itself to many of the public program attendees.
The former Arizona governor and U.S. Secretary of the Interior will be on hand for a screening and discussion of the Red Rock State Park documentary.
The following is a list of calls High Country Fire Rescue responded to in January. High Country Fire is an all-volunteer fire station. Their response area starts at the edge of the city of Williams and continues to Valle.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Few people today know much about the largest child migration in history. Between 1854 and 1929 over 250,000 orphans and unwanted children were sent from New York City by train to find new homes in every state in the continental United States. The last train went to Sulphur Springs, Texas in 1929.
ASH FORK, Ariz. - Tucked away in the wilderness between Ash Fork and Williams lies an abandoned railroad bed and a tunnel that are a testament to the remarkable history of the transcontinental railroad.
PARKS, Ariz. — Ark Cat Sanctuary recently received a $50,000 grant from PetSmart Charities to help prepare more shelter cats in Northern Arizona for adoption and ensure they are ready to find loving homes.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Samantha Newman of Williams, recently won top awards at the Arizona National Livestock Show in Phoenix for her bull and heifer.
On Feb. 3, an event to honor four World War II chaplains, who gave the ultimate sacrifice, will be held at Monument Park in Williams.
Last month I reviewed the basic difficulties of going to and returning from Mars.
While surrounding areas received more than an inch of snow, Tuba City received just a dusting.
Williams Rec Center hosted the Winter Wonderland event Nov. 27.
Save Meant-to-Rescue is seeking a home for Murphy, a 3-year-old neutered Aussie and St. Bernard mix.
Zack and Sara Perkins of Williams stand next to a Christmas tree they won during an auction to support Save-Meant-to-Rescue.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Miranda Mann has come full circle and returned to the city she grew up in to become the head librarian for the city of Williams. Mann is a lifelong resident of Williams, attending Williams schools from kindergarten through high school.
"We have erected a neat and comfortable adobe school house, 20 x 22 feet, in which there is now a school in progress, being taught by Mrs. Rubottom, recently from Kansas..."
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Police Department held its annual Fallen Officer Wreath ceremony Dec. 3 at 10 a.m. at the Williams cemetery. During the ceremony, Williams Police Department will honored several officers, including: Joseph McDaniel, Victor Melick, Steven Garibay and Clarence Dotson.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With the arrival of a busy holiday season, many locals and visitors are excited to welcome a new UPS shipping location to Williams.
Patrons enjoy Christmas craft fair at Sultana Theatre Nov. 27
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Historic Preservation Commission recently received support from the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office when it was one of eight organizations selected to split a $106,992 grant.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — An Arizona Game & Fish Department (AZGFD) hunter education class field day was conducted for 17 students at the Williams Sportsman's Club range in late November.
When you’ve been coming to the same place for decades, changes are easy to notice.
Vanessa and Reyes are looking for their forever home.