Deadline to submit is Nov. 12 by 5 p.m.
It’s time for thrills and chills this season as Halloween rapidly approaches. This year, Williams and surrounding communities are ready to scare your socks off and offer you a howling good night.
Grand Canyon Brewery hosted its first Paint and Sip event Oct. 19.
Water temperature is now in the perfect zone for bass fishing.
Longtime Williams resident Thelma Kelley, who now lives at The Peaks in Flagstaff, celebrated her 102nd birthday Oct. 14.
Christmas Décor puts lights on trees at Monument Park in Williams Oct. 14.
The noted landmark community church has a long history in Williams and has played an important part in the cultural and spiritual development of the town.
The Williams Vikings softball team was recognized for their 2021 State Title win Oct. 1.
More than 4,400 people attended Franklin Graham's Route 66 'God Loves You' tour in Flagstaff Sept. 30.
Kaibab National Forest partners and Reyna Butler with the Public Lands Interpretive Association help at the volunteer clean-up day at Kaibab Lake in Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — From one block over you can smell the rich meat cooking at Nany’s Tacos. The new Mexican restaurant brings a multitude of pallet pleasers from the kitchens of Chihuahua.
Hosted by the class of 1970 and 1971, the reunion was open to any WHS alumni and guests from any year.
The No Cavity Club winner for for the months of Jan. 1 to June 30 at Timberline Dental is Mattis Musel, 4, of Ash Fork.
An estimated 9,258 candidates will become citizens at 63 special ceremonies held across the country and around the world Sept. 13-24.
Ernesto “Ernie” Lugo Jr. was honored posthumously during the Sept. 17 high school football game in Williams.
The Matthew J. Broehm Memorial Stand Down took place Sept. 10 in Williams.
Williams Mountaineers 4-H Club and other local 4-H participants attended the Coconino County Fair in Flagstaff over Labor Day weekend.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Elementary-Middle School recently announced the September Students of the Month (SOM). Students are nominated by their teachers.
Lucy and Nick Serrato bring their cat to a Save-Meant-To-Rescue vaccination clinic Aug. 25 at the Williams Rec. Center.
Hendy will be moving to Grand Canyon in late September with a start date in early October. Her office location will be in the Ranger Operations building.
The original owner of Grand Canyon Deer Farm, Marge Hamilton, visited current owners Pat and Randy George at the farm Aug. 20.
There is no cost to state taxpayers for the Outdoor Skills Network program.
AZ Equine First Aid is returning to Williams to teach three equine classes.