WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams community is joining tens of thousands of U.S. families to make an impact in the lives of children in need.
PHOENIX — You can forgive us if we have Interstate 17 on the brain today.
Volunteers gathered at Kaibab Lake for National Public Lands Day Sept. 28.
Williams Elementary-Middle School recently announced its September Students of the Month.
Robynn Eckel celebrates 40 years of service with the U.S. Postal Service Sept. 16.
Heritage Elementary School recently announced its September Students of the Month.
The Chino Valley Elks Lodge delivers donated dictionaries to third graders in Deniz Chavez and Patti Jackson’s classrooms Aug. 28.
Williams volunteer firefighters put their hose and fire stream management skills to the test during a friendly barrel squirt competition Aug. 21.
Heritage Elementary School celebrated its first day of school Aug. 1.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Friends of the Williams Aquatic Center celebrated the 10th anniversary of its fundraising golf tournament Aug. 17 in the shady pines of Elephant Rocks Golf Course.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — It’s that time of year again — that’s right, it’s back-to-school time.
Students and families were invited to pick up the supplies during school registration July 17-18.
Carissa Morrison and Kevin McElwee are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Cora Morrison McElwee.
New to the motorcycle world? Or are you an experienced rider? No matter what level of experience, most riders agree that having the right equipment is essential in the motorcycle world.
During the month, Williams Fire welcomed John Moede back to the department as well as its newest recruits, high school students Caleb Burlington and James Eischen.
Williams Volunteer Firefighters Jeff Dent and Jeff Pettit were recognized June 5 for more than 15 years of service with the department.
Williams Elementary-Middle School celebrated Kindercamp during a bridging over ceremony June 27.
Around 70 children signed up for the Williams Summer Rec program put on each year by the city of Williams Recreation Department.
More than 50 children along with 38 adults and teens participated in the annual Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church of Williams last week.