Students at Williams Unified School District will see a familiar face this year as Tad Wygal steps in as the school resource officer.
CAMP NAVAJO, Ariz. — A pilot project at Camp Navajo has the potential to unlock a critical bottleneck in forest restoration and wildfire prevention efforts across northern Arizona by creating markets for restoration byproducts like wood chips from small-diameter trees.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Though libraries might be known as places of quiet, Andrea Dunn has found that the life of a librarian is anything but dull.
It's the first television series depicting the internment of Japanese Americans on such a massive scale.
Forensic Scientist Kristen Dick was a guest teacher in Mrs. Mitkowski’s social studies classes last week at Williams Elementary-Middle School.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With the addition of two members, Williams Lions Club has grown by 22 percent, bringing total membership to 17. “We signed them in last month,” said Williams Lions Club President George Watt.
SELIGMAN, Ariz. — Winner of the Best Documentary Award in 2019 at the Arizona International Film Festival, ‘Almost Ghosts’ tells the story of what happened after Eisenhower came back from Europe after World War II with the idea that the United States needed an auto boom.
The world is about to see the chaos of the amazing talent Indian Country has to offer beyond a full gym of “rez ball” fans.
CLARKDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Matt Johnson treks along an Arizona riverbank and picks out a patch of yellow-tinged tamarisks. He sweeps a cloth net across the trees, hoping to scoop up beetles that munch on their evergreen-like leaves.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Gina Carpenter and Angele Mead are hoping to shake up the summer by adding new classes and new teachers at Grand Canyon Shanti Yoga.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — When you dip into the energetic room of happy children at the Williams Summer Rec program, the last thing you expect to smell is good food.
Parents can still register students by visiting the school.
More than 1,100 exhibitors and judges from all around the globe made the trek to the cool pines of Williams.
A memorial horseshoe tournament commemorating Richard Aguilar brought out generations of local residents who were proud to spend their afternoon socializing and sharing fond memories July 14.
Some of the items on display include a partial replica uniform from 1917-1918.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Turns `N` Wraps hosted their 10th annual agility trial at Cureton Park July 13-14 with dogs and trainers arriving from all over Arizona.
While the films are made by indigenous people for indigenous people, that shouldn’t limit the audience to just indigenous people.
PHOENIX — After a graceful half-mile flight across Horseshoe Lake, the 3-year-old bald eagle released back into the wild by Arizona Game and Fish Department and Liberty Wildlife is free once again.
In the early 1970s, off-road racing began making its mark in history and atop those early Ford Broncos, Chevy Blazers and International Harvester Scouts was the iconic KC HiLiTES Daylighter light.
Williams Yacht Club held a Regatta & Cataract Lake Cup featuring a remote control power boat race at Cataract Lake June 15.
Riders with The Fuller Center for Housing enjoyed a hot meal and spent the night at St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church in Williams June 28.