WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As the “Baby Boom” phenomenon was thundering across the United States in the 1950’s, the timber town of McNary, Arizona, located on the cuff of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, raised its population by one with the arrival of a healthy baby boy by the name of Kim Brown.
Charlie Nixon arrived in northern Arizona in 1951, he was two years old at the time and had recently lived as a resident of the great state of Ohio.
For the last 62 years Brown and his family have called Williams, Arizona home and throughout the course of his life, Brown not only strived to improve his community, but the lives of those within it as well.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — At 1:47 p.m. February 26, I found myself walking up the worn rust painted steps of the World Famous Sultana’s Third Street entrance to conduct my third and final interview of the week.
As an infant, Henry L. Benham and his family left Indiana for Cincinnati, Ohio — it was there among the buckeyes that he spent the next 20 years of his life.
The Gallery in Williams plastered their wall and store front display with outstanding works of art from Williams, Heritage, Ash Fork and Parks elementary school students March 14.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Austin M. Peck is a name most Williams residents do not recognize. He was not raised within the community, has no relatives in the region and he spent little, if any time embracing the town’s beauty and the people who love it so.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — In the pre-dawn hours of Nov. 22, 31-year-old personal trainer Lucas Zabala shakes off the cold and gears up for another pulse-pounding day at Results Fitness Center.