We hope that next year, we will be able to once again have the dinner.
Its that jingle jangle time of year again already!
Upon wandering through your town this past week, I discovered what seemed to be a thriving main street (all things considered) as well as genuine people, great food, and a relaxed atmosphere.
Eight years in the making, because we're a small town, the Williams Marine Corps Birthday Ball evolved into this event for all veterans.
We are excited to announce that we are working with Operation Christmas Child to pack shoeboxes with gifts for children in need!
Williams Public Library has several activities lined up this week.
It’s time for us to encourage young hunters by giving them a solid foundation — one that’s steeped in ethics — that will help to make them responsible hunters for life.
An open meeting will be held at the old school house in Williams on Nov. 7 at 10 a.m. at the school. I invite your attendance, participation and input.
I wish to clear the air and to address some fallacies that are currently circulating.
Coconino National Forest visitors who wish to collect live plants and trees for personal use can now purchase a wilding permit in order to do so.
A man feared his wife wasn’t hearing as well as she used to, and he thought she might need a hearing aid.
This is prime fishing time on Lake Powell. Boat traffic is thinning out.
Williams-Grand Canyon News will be posting local election results Nov. 3 during the general election.
My name is Joshua Collet and I am no longer a candidate for town council.
Remember, vote for John Vail and Andrew Aldaz for the TFD Board of Directors.
When Donald Trump took office three and a half years ago, the left shuddered, the media wailed, and the rest of us held our breath to see what he was going to do with our country. It didn't take long to find out.
It is election season, and with it comes campaign signs. Of course, you knew that.
Visit the Williams Community Library for upcoming events.