After a challenging year for many educators in 2020, the educators are excited to be back in the classroom with students.
The city of Williams and Williams Volunteer Fire Department (WFD) have partnered for the Labor Day Celebration Sept. 4-5, which will include food trucks, a brew festival, bounce houses, a variety of vendors and a firework show.
Classes started Aug. 2, with in-person learning only this year.
The competition tested soldiers on a variety of tactical and technical skills as they vied to be named the Army National Guard’s Soldier of the Year.
The Southwest set record temperatures July 10 with Phantom Ranch tying its all-time heat record of 120 degrees recorded in 1958, 1974 and 1981.
There’s a new business in town dedicated to saving lives.
Foodie Club opened on Dec. 4, 2020, amid the coronavirus pandemic and offers options that international visitors and locals both enjoy.
As wildfires burn across northern Arizona, Williams Volunteer Fire Department is deciding whether or not to host its annual Fourth of July firework display.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit the Navajo Nation, jewelry, arts, crafts and food vendors closed to help prevent the spread of the virus.