Williams High School (WHS) has welcomed their newest teacher, Josiah Kelley, to the staff at the school. With a passion for physical education and sports, students can count on Kelley to get outside and have some fun.
Facing a hefty bill for a new wastewater treatment plant, the Williams City Council passed two measures to increase taxes to boost the city's coffers at its Jan. 25 meeting.
A winter storm warning is in effect for Feb. 6 until Feb. 7 at 5 p.m. The storm warning is in effect for areas above 6,000 feet.
Three teachers from the Williams Unified School District (WUSD) were recently nominated for 2023 Coconino County Teacher of the Year.
Coconino County Superintendent of Schools, Cheryl Mango-Paget, would like to announce an interview will be scheduled for the open seat for the CAVIAT (Coconino Joint Technology) District governing board member representing Williams.
Williams Fire Department (WFD) responded to several accidents on Interstate 40 Jan. 25 after a day of rain followed by freezing temperatures caused ice to form on roads.
After an ongoing conversation between the Williams School Board members, the Williams Unified School District (WUSD) will be holding a town hall meeting to discuss the use of cell phones in classrooms both at Williams High School (WHS) and Williams Elementary-Middle School (WEMS).
A punching bag, a pair of gloves and motivation is all that Jess Ledbetter needs for her weekly class at Results Fitness Center.
The Williams City Council is holding its next regular meeting Jan. 25 where the council will discuss lodging tax changes and hear from the city's tourism contractor.
St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church is inviting the public to a new workshop series on racial healing reconiliation and justice called, “Becoming a Beloved Community."
Whether it’s taking care of her kids or crushing her courses at Grand Canyon University, local resident Bree Salaz makes it clear that nothing stands in her way of success.