Hannah Konkel is a senior at Williams High School. She has attended elementary school and high school in Williams.
James is a senior at Williams High School. He has attended WHS since his sophomore year.
Blake is a senior at Williams High School. He has attended school in Williams since the seventh grade.
Williams Volunteer Fire Department (WFD) is making preparations for the 18th annual Fire Prevention Golf Tournament June 5 at Elephant Rocks Golf Course in Williams.
Williams Police Department was recently awarded a $77,440 DUI enforcement grant from the Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety.
There are 372 total hydrants in Williams, including those on private property.
The tournament takes place June 5 at Elephant Rocks Golf Course in Williams.
March is going out like a lion with windy days and cool nights.
The lake temperature is climbing from 47-degree water, to the new normal of 50-degree water, when launching boats in the morning.
Williams Elementary Middle School recently announced its March Students of the Month (SOM). Students are nominated by their teachers.
Ash Fork Elementary School students dress up to participate in Read Across America, a week-long event promoting literacy in schools.
Community groups share scholarship opportunities with Williams High School students March 11.
Williams Elementary-Middle School celebrated Read Across America Day March 2.
Kyleigh Amos of Maine Consolidated School received third place at the 2020-2021 Coconino County Spelling Bee competition Feb. 11-12.
Williams Volunteer Fire Department began a two-month training program with new recruits Feb. 9.
The next drawing for a No Cavity winner will be announced in June.
Williams Justice Court Judge Rob Krombeen was selected as the Victim Witness Service's 2020 Community Award recipient.
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.