Visiting her grandchildren at Grand Canyon Village brings much joy to Phyllis Kachinhongva (Yoyetewa), but seeing them dance is an added blessing.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — When Harry Robertson started tinkering around with model airplanes as a child, little did he know he would end up inventing aviation fuel systems that have saved over 8,000 lives and are used in aircraft around the world.
Dedicated to the preservation and safe legal operation of vintage railroad equipment, the North American Railcar Operators Association (NARCOA) made its annual debut to the Grand Canyon Village in late October.
Strange dreams, the sound of frenzied drums, the twisty Blacktail Canyon all but hidden.
Grand Canyon School celebrated Indigenous Peoples' Day Oct. 14.
To honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, Williams-Grand Canyon News publishes a Veterans Tab each Veteran's Day.
Every September we fire up the electrofishing equipment and sample young fish along the shoreline of Lake Powell.
The red, yellow, blue, brown, black and white hues on the walls and ceilings of the Desert View Watchtower are once again vividly on display.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. —Several Williams locals recently noticed the town's only drive-thru Mexican Restaurant, Francisco's, no longer has its signature green sign looking out over Route 66.
Although the history of fudge is unclear and hotly debated, some say it was developed in the 1880’s in America when some bakers “fudged” a batch of caramels.
The monsoon season runs from mid-June through September, characterized by a shift in wind patterns and moisture being pulled in from the tropical coast of Mexico.
There’s a lot of musical surprises at Grand Canyon Village and four of them are the Boulder Alley Boys who warmed up the Yavapai Tavern outdoor patio last Friday and Saturday nights with a collaboration of rock, blues and country tunes.
For 27 years the Arizona Mountaineering Club (AMC) of Phoenix has visited Grand Canyon to pick up trash that blows over the edge of the South Rim.
Activists are using virtual reality technology to focus on areas of the Navajo Nation affected by uranium contamination.
Life without chocolate? Never. Not even 1,000 years ago at Chaco Canyon.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As a sprawling nation began to spread its wings towards the setting sun, a modest band of pioneers cascaded upon the vast plains of northern Arizona in hopes of planting their roots in greener pastures.
NPS hosted National Fossil Day Sept. 28, an annual celebration held to highlight the scientific and educational value of paleontology and the importance of preserving fossils for future generations.
On a windy day in late September, 13 people spoke in unison.
For the 12th year, Arizona Highways is inviting amateur and professional photographers to participate in its photography contest, with submissions due Dec. 15.
Williams High School Head Coach Jeff Brownlee was honored as the Coach of the Week by the Arizona Cardinals Sept.19 at Williams High School.
SYCAMORE CANYON, Ariz. — Under Canvas, the glamour camping company that proposed a 125-tent luxury glamping site at the end of Bill Gray Road, a remote area near the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, said Sept. 13 it will submit its plan to Yavapai County for review, but will scale back the number of tents by 20 percent.
Chances are, you’ve daydreamed about what it might be like to be a Park Ranger at Grand Canyon National Park. But did you ever stop to think that maybe your dog is dreaming of becoming a “Bark Ranger?”