WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After a few weeks of warmer weather, Williams experienced several days of typical January weather of near zero temperatures and freezing winds that froze pipes and moved many back indoors.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The International Kadampa Retreat Center Grand Canyon and Kadampa World Peace Temple is now fully open to the public and is offering a variety of meditation classes, courses and retreats in modern Kadampa Buddhism.
In 2018, West Virginia obtained 60 elk from Arizona, which included 50 cows and 10 bulls. The elk were tested and held for 30 days in Arizona.
The temporary area closure restricting public access from the mountain where helicopter operations were occurring has been lifted as of Feb. 1.
Javier and Ruby Gonzalez are excited to bring specialty grocery products to Williams with the opening of their new store, Gonzalez Mini Market.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The second annual Golden Deeds Awards Dinner is coming back to the Williams Senior Center April 18 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — In an effort to improve security and student safety, the Williams Unified School District Governing Board approved part-time staffing for the Williams High School weight room at its Jan. 22 meeting.
The elk accidentally consumed snails that had eaten brainworm eggs.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After reviewing several submissions for the $300,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the Williams City Council decided to submit an application for improvements to the water lines in the Homestead Road subdivision during its Jan. 23 meeting.
Upcoming events in and around the Williams community.
The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) between Jan. 27 - Feb. 4 — • Officers tagged an abandon vehicle at 3rd and Fulton Avenue; • Officers responded to domestic on Rodeo, female arrested for assault, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia;
The annual Outdoor Expo will feature everything from wildlife exhibits and family fishing tanks to kayaking at the 90,000-gallon “Lake Paddlemore” and trying out firearms in a safe, controlled environment on the range.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Because of elevated levels of mercury, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) is advising the public to limit their consumption of black crappie caught in Santa Fe Lake in Williams.
Basic permits now take up to 30 days to process but will take up to 45 days starting Feb. 14. More complex requests could take up to 90 days.
Spoiled by warm temperatures this weekend, Williams residents and visitors will experience a fast-moving storm that could bring light snow and cold temperatures Monday through Wednesday.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A Grand Canyon Railway steam locomotive is returning to its home in the Pacific Northwest soon.
Coconino County Health Department give an anti-vaping presentation for students at Williams High School Jan. 14.
The application will be submitted to Kaibab National Forest later this week.
Most special events and activities held in the park, such as weddings, organized group rim-to-rim trips and using the Shrine of the Ages, require a special use permit.
COCONINO COUNTY — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is monitoring an outbreak of the novel (new) coronavirus (2019-nCoV), a respiratory illness originating in Wuhan, China.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Seventh grader Iscariot Rushing took the title of Williams Elementary-Middle School spelling bee champion for the fourth year in row Jan. 24.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Flagstaff Ranger District has recently updated and renewed an important forest order for camping and campfire restrictions around the Flagstaff area that will help reduce the number of abandoned campfires and keep communities safer.