Ryan said he was honored for yet another opportunity to represent the Board and residents as chairman.
Every year Williams Volunteer Fire Department (WFD) selects new officers and recognizes members for their service.
The annual Advent concert series at St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church has been cancelled this year because of coronavirus concerns.
Williams Elementary-Middle School recently announced its November Students of the Month (SOM).
The volunteer group packaged 30 boxes this year.
After many years of pulling weeds and trying to keep the church’s landscape neat, church members took up old fabric and pea gravel and began anew in November.
Every Kid Outdoors is a federal public lands partnership created to inspire fourth-grade students and their families to recreate, explore cultures, discover connections to nature and spark a lifelong passion for America’s great outdoors.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, a Veterans Ball was held Nov. 7 at Miss Kitty’s Steakhouse in Williams.
Finley the fox will be distributed by the Kiwanis Club to children and seniors of Williams and other organizations this Christmas season.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Toys for Kids is an annual tradition in Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. —Williams Elementary-Middle School recently announced its October Students of the Month (SOM). Students are selected by their teachers.
After being closed for four years, Zettlers Market has opened its doors once again.
Noah Canedo, 5, is the No Cavity Club winner at Timberline Dental in Williams for the months of Jan-June, 2020.
The park reported that Wais was hiking the Bright Angel trail July 15 assisting visitors suffering from heat illness.
The wedding is set for July 25 in Williams.
Williams News cartoonist, Rowdy, was married June 26 on the corner in Winslow, Arizona.
On June 13, Williams Kiwanis Club hosted a craft fair at the Williams Recreation Center in downtown Williams.
The Grand Canyon School senior procession began at the south entrance of Grand Canyon Airport and continued through Tusayan on to Grand Canyon Village May 22.
While high school seniors across Arizona were struggling to transition their final quarter of high school to online learning, five seniors at Ash Fork High School managed to transition to online learning to complete associate degrees at Yavapai College.
The wreath remained in place over the weekend and was removed May 17.
Despite a visible decrease in visitors to Williams, Williams Fire Department (WFD) stayed busy throughout April.