WILLIAMS, Ariz. — According to marketing consultant Heather Hermen, the city of Williams is in better shape than ever as it continues its marketing efforts.
Karen Nelsen is a self-proclaimed beach bum, but she also has a knack for teaching and influencing the lives of young people.
Miguel and Paola Herrera are excited to offer authentic tacos and other items at their restaurant Obregon City Tacos.
As a senior, Pearce encourages other students to apply for these and other programs.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Culpepper & Merriweather Circus, an America’s Big Top Circus, will stop in Williams for one night only April 30.
Ponderosa Fire District in Bellemont responded to the crash at approximately 10 p.m.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As warmer temperatures draw near, residents and tourists will have a one stop shop for all their hunting, fishing, camping and feed supply needs.
It’s a common call — a call for volunteers, but one that is absolutely necessary when it comes to the survival of many local organizations and non-profits, including the Grand Canyon Food Pantry.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — There’s a new vet in town and he’s welcoming all creatures — small and exotic as they might be, to visit his clinic for their wellness needs.
On Feb. 3, an event to honor four World War II chaplains, who gave the ultimate sacrifice, will be held at Monument Park in Williams.
ASH FORK, Ariz. — Students at Ash Fork High School received a special visit last week when Arizona’s official state historian, Marshall Trimble, visited the school.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Spatula was the winning word at the annual spelling bee at Williams Elementary-Middle School Dec. 15.
Every year Williams Volunteer Fire Department (WFD) selects new officers and recognizes members for their service.
The town of Tusayan and GCUSD co-manage the Sports Complex Center via an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA).
It was a newspaper clipping that offered the inspiration to provide upgraded tennis and pickleball courts in Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Plans are being finalized for the Williams Veterans Day Dinner Nov. 11. to celebrate the centennial of Armistice Day, which later became Veterans Day, and honors military service members for service to their country.
Grand Canyon resident Denise Vazquez is excited for her new position as director of Kaibab Learning Center (KLC), a local daycare located on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
To help bring awareness to mental health issues and to equip community members to respond to mental health crisis, a Mental Health First Aid Class will be offered in Tusayan Nov. 18.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Middle School science teacher Trina Siegfried was recently selected by Coconino County as a 2021 County Ambassador for Excellence, for her contributions as a teacher.
After 89 years of serving Arizona and 40 years on the Navajo Nation, Bashas' grocery announced Oct. 1 it has been acquired by Raley’s Holding Company, an independent regional grocer based in California.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — In an effort to focus their attention on the Polar Express, Grand Canyon Railway will not be operating the Pumpkin Patch Train this season.
According to WUSD Superintendent Eric Evans, the governing board made the decision because they believed the organization was not fulfilling its contract with the school.
In one trend, dubbed the “devious lick challenge,” TikTok users film themselves vandalizing and often stealing objects, specific to school property.
Grand Canyon National Park experienced a busy holiday weekend, Sept. 3-6.
Coming from humble beginnings — a product of immigrants, a student with learning disabilities and a child of a broken home — Acosta has met each challenge with fortitude and humor, and created an interesting life.
Tusayan Fire District is a combined fire district, which means they rely on full-time or career firefighters and reserve firefighters as well as volunteers.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After fireworks were canceled for the Fourth of July because of extreme fire conditions, Williams Fire Department (WFD) made plans for a Labor Day weekend fireworks show and celebration.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — One of Williams’ favorite Thai restaurants has branched out after purchasing Twisters Soda Fountain on Historic Route 66.
Arizona Game and Fish Department conservation projects recently received a boost from Mother Road Brewing Company to help wildlife and outdoor recreation opportunities.
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.
Mayor John Moore said the event was to beautify the city and prepare for a busy tourist season.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — U.S. Marines from the 2nd Marines Logistics Group with the 2nd Transportation Battalion made a pit stop in Williams May 14 where they set up a communications radio before enjoying some rest and relaxation at the Grand Canyon and in Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Kale, a vegetable of choice for those looking to be health conscious, was just one of the many topics discussed at a meeting between Coconino County and the city of Williams May 11, in which the two entities attempted to work out differences in the operation of the Williams Senior Center.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — On April 12, long-time resident Jason Moore was hired as Fire Inspector for the city of Williams, a position that has been in high demand by Williams Volunteer Fire Department for several years