WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Mary Corcoran is thrilled to be stepping up as the new head librarian at Williams Public Library. She fills the big shoes left behind by retiring librarian Andrea Dunn, whose last day was Nov. 6.
According to the National Weather Service, 4 to 8 inches of snow are expected along the Kaibab Plateau with locally higher amounts up to 12 inches.
Although restoration work has been ongoing at several locations on the mountain over the past few years, the 300 acres is unique and requires aerial methods to remove the timber.
On Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day, Bearizona introduced its first bald eagle to the park.
If all goes as planned, the complex could have two football/soccer fields and one baseball/softball field in use by fall 2020, Town Manager Russ Martin said Nov. 11.
It stopped producing electricity shortly after noon Nov. 18 when shift supervisor Fred Larson, a 41-year employee, put the plant permanently offline.
The mountainous areas generally are cooler, but climate change has increased the risk of wildfires even in those places, county officials said.
A new rule prohibiting organized hunting contests for predatory and fur-bearing animals became effective Nov. 3.
Superintendent Tommy Lewis formally invites the public to nominate outstanding teachers in Coconino County.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has posted a list of leftover hunt permit-tags on its website. There is a total of 6,097 leftover hunt permit-tags are available.
The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service between Nov. 3-8 (among others) — • Officers stopped car loaded with nine teenagers, seven of the juveniles were arrested and released to parents for underage consumption of alcohol, charges pending through juvenile;
Harry Robertson would go on to a nearly 65-year career devoted to aviation safety, specifically the engineering and design of the country’s first crashworthy fuel system.
Kaibab National Forest will sell over-the-counter and through-the-mail Christmas tree tags for each of its three ranger districts beginning Nov. 18
An additional $1,000 could be earned if the applicant has the best application in the state and an additional $10,000 if chosen as the best applicant nationally.
Governor Doug Ducey today released the following statement in honor of Veterans Day.
The final fee-free day of the year is being held in honor of Veterans Day Nov. 11.
The Williams Police Department answered numerous calls last week that included responding to found property reports, alarms, unhappy customers at fast food restaurants and more.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Arizona Association of Realtors selected Williams realtor Lisa Paffrath as the 2019 Tyler Strout Vision Award winner at its annual leadership conference Oct. 16-18.
Upcoming community events for Williams, Parks, Ash Fork and surrounding areas.
Felix the Fox will be given to each child attending the Williams Community Dinner Dec. 8.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. —The search and rescue unit with Coconino County Sheriff’s Office had a busy week, responding to four incidents in seven days.
A boulder that mysteriously disappeared two weeks ago from a national forest in Arizona is back, and forest officials aren’t asking any questions.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Something special and truly unique just rolled onto the Grand Canyon Railway in Williams, Arizona — a private train comprised of three ultra-luxurious 1940s and 1950s railcars.