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
As the newest coffee shop in Williams, Leo’s offers a variety of coffee options along with a full espresso bar, pastries, smoothies, fruities, ice-cream, hot dogs, burritos and pre-packaged salads and snacks.
There’s a new flavor at Grand Canyon Brewery and Distillery that’s reminiscent of the great pine forests of northern Arizona with a hint of smoke and char.
On a perfect spring day, the Bill Williams Mountain Men departed on their annual Rendezvous Ride May 8.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A decade's worth of Williams High School graduates will come together this summer for a combined class of the 1980s reunion June 4-6.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A kick-off concert for two patriotic events taking place this summer — The Moving Wall and Remembering our Fallen, will take place April 30 from 6 - 9 p.m. at the Babbitt Polson Stage in Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Police Chief Herman Nixon joined American Legion Cordova Post 13 at the Williams Cemetery April 13 to place police markers at the gravesites of fallen officers.
The tournament takes place June 5 at Elephant Rocks Golf Course in Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After more than a year of restrictions, guidelines and unplanned closures, bars, nightclubs and other businesses throughout Arizona welcomed Gov. Doug Ducey’s announcement March 25 lifting all of Arizona’s COVID-19 business restrictions.
Currently, the park is only accessible through its south entrance station via the town of Tusayan. It’s east entrance at Desert View remains closed.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A former Williams school bus driver is being charged with driving under the influence and up to 16 endangerment charges after the results of a toxicology report were released by Coconino County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) March 12.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A class to help business owners recognize their rights and responsibilities when it comes to service dog related situations will be held March 11.
The coronavirus pandemic is no match for music students at Grand Canyon School, who spent three months writing, recording and producing an original song about life during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
After nearly a year of restrictions and shutdowns because of COVID-19, being able to access a local gym is a treat and while Williams’ only private gym was able to remain open throughout most of the pandemic, members and guests are excited to access Results Fitness Center’s newly renovated facility.
A house and fifth wheel travel trailer were a complete loss during a fire Feb. 17 on Pine Street in the Red Lake area north of Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Gustavo Espino, 61, of Williams, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the 2019 murders of his partner and her sister.
After a late start, the Parent, Teacher Association (PTA) at Grand Canyon School is excited to be back on track and offering support to students and families.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — There is no better way for someone to feel a part of the community than to be accepted as a volunteer firefighter. Right now, Williams Volunteer Fire Department is recruiting new personnel to join its ranks.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — On Jan. 13, Williams Unified School District Governing Board, voted to advertise internally for a full-time superintendent position for the 2021-2022 school year.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Opponents and supporters of a proposed adventure park at 700 E. Route 66 in Williams gathered to voice their concerns at the Jan. 14 Williams City Council meeting.
The COVID-19 vaccine requires a 28-day follow up booster shot to be fully effective.
Law Enforcement is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of parties responsible for four dead horses located outside of the Heber Wild Horse Territory, Jan. 7.
By law, the FBI is responsible for investigating the most serious crimes within Indian Country—homicide, child sexual assault, kidnapping and violence against women among them.
Now, more than ever, Americans across the U.S. are turning to local food banks to help alleviate hunger pains and empty cupboards.
Every year Williams Volunteer Fire Department (WFD) selects new officers and recognizes members for their service.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — On Dec. 9, the city of Williams canvassed the votes for the Nov. 3 general election, announcing Craig Fritsinger, Mike Cowan and Frank McNelly winning the three open seats on the Williams City Council.