WILLIAMS, Ariz. — At the intersection of Third Street and Bill Williams Avenue, a pressed concrete structure was erected in 1912 and has held its place as cornerstone of Williams, Arizona.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As a sprawling nation began to spread its wings towards the setting sun, a modest band of pioneers cascaded upon the vast plains of northern Arizona in hopes of planting their roots in greener pastures.
A hot dog eating contest, corn hole tournament, fortune telling, bounce house and an Elvis impersonator were just a few of the zany happenings to raise the temperature at the 2nd annual Chili Cook-off Sept. 2.
The Bill Williams Mountain Men of Williams, was formed in 1953 by a group of local residents to support and represent the city of Williams and its surrounding communities, as well as the state of Arizona.
Juan Rojas Meza was born into poverty in Huancayo, the capital of the Junin Region in the central highlands of Peru in 1991.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Friends of the Williams Aquatic Center celebrated the 10th anniversary of its fundraising golf tournament Aug. 17 in the shady pines of Elephant Rocks Golf Course.