Williams Unified School District recognized teachers during its awards night May 4.
Grand Canyon Fire Department Captain Matt Nordin trains a new recruit during his recent visit to the department.
Spring arrives in Williams with fresh blossoms seen on trees and in flower beds throughout the city.
Miguel and Paola Herrera are excited to offer authentic tacos and other items at their restaurant Obregon City Tacos.
Ash Fork Elementary School students participated in a Walk-A-Thon at Ash Fork Unified School District April 8.
The Easter bunny was on hand for pictures and children enjoyed snacks and egg decorating before the hunt began.
A new restaurant in Williams blends a variety of cooking styles and flavors that brings a new take on barbecue to the table. It also brings a whole lot of fun.
The event was organized by Connie Moore Duff, who thanked vendors and the public for their participation.
The event had resource and job fair for veterans, a presentation by the Marine Corp Mounted Color Guard and an official pinning ceremony for Vietnam and Vietnam era veterans.
Juana Garibay celebrated her 90th birthday in style April 3, with numerous family members and friends at the American Legion Hall in Williams.
Williams Schools recently announced its March Students of the Month (SOM). Students are nominated by their teachers.
The U.S. Navy Band Southwest’s Brass Quintet performed a free concert on the South Rim March 25.
Daniele Genadry shared her experiences of creating art and working in the park during a free program March 26.
Connie Hiemenz celebrates another birthday with the Williams-Grand Canyon News staff.
WILLIAMS - Young Life at Lost Canyon in Williams welcomed residents and visitors March 6 to the 16th annual Steak Dinner and Auction.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Public Lands Interpretive Association is looking for adult volunteers to help with field trips at the Kaibab Lake Campground during early May.