A winter storm dumped several inches of snow in Arizona’s high country and rain in the deserts, with more precipitation on the way through the new year.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Post 12128, placed a wreath on the Military Veterans Roster in the Williams Cemetery Dec. 17, 2022 in honor of Wreaths Across America.
The Coconino National Forest is seeking public input on outfitter and guide proposals that would operate both in the Mount Elden/ Dry Lake Hills (MEDL) area and in the Flagstaff Ranger District (FRD).
Flagstaff, Ariz. – A man died in an alleged homicide in Kachina Village Monday night, according to the Coconino County Sheriff's Office.
Williams Police Department recently welcomed new officers Blake Hanslik and Cody Neitch.
Snow has hit Williams and there is still more to come. The Ponderosa Fire Department has released a list of items to keep in your vehicle to handle common winter driving-related tasks, and supplies you might need in an emergency.
Three vehicles were involved in a train accident in Flagstaff Dec. 24. A train struck a vehicle which was then pushed into a second vehicle, and a subsequent third vehicle.
After serving two terms on the Williams Unified School District (WUSD) Governing Board, Ann Wells officially retired during the Dec. 15 school board meeting.
At 8:45 p.m. Jan. 1, the Arizona Department of Transportation has announced that I-40 eastbound and westbound is closed in both directions from Winslow to Ash Fork. Also, northbound I-17 is closed at the Sedona exit (SR 179).
The past monsoon season in Coconino County caused massive flooding from the Pipeline Fire burn scar, which impacted nine watersheds and many communities.
The Williams Volunteer Fire Department’s annual Christmas party was held Dec. 10 at the American Legion. Several members were recognized for their dedication and service to the community.
The City of Williams is continuing to take steps towards completing a housing study.
A house just outside the Williams city limits on West Scenic Loop was consumed by fire Dec. 11.
From lumber store, to skate park to craft fair venue, the “Shed” has been a part of Williams for decades. After a large-scale remodel, the city hosted its grand reopening Dec. 15.
The Flagstaff Ranger District plans to continue three pile burns located approximately 4 to 6 miles north of Flagstaff and just northwest of Mormon Lake.
The Coconino County is warning residents of a recent scam targeting property owners within Coconino County.
Arizona's most populous county is warning of a significantly rise in cases of the flu, COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses.
The newest “On the Road with ADOT” podcast features tips from the Arizona Office of Tourism about exploring the state’s scenic highways with a special emphasis on Historic Route 66.
The community of Williams turned out for a Community Preparedness Series — Stop The Bleed course Dec. 7.