Few in Williams will be surprised to hear that Chase Pearson has been selected to fill the new paid fire chief position at Williams Fire Department.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams City Council held its regular meeting Jan. 26. The city presented appreciation awards to former Mayor John Moore and councilmember Bernie Hiemenz.
The Williams Unified School District (WUSD) Governing Board held their first meeting of the year Jan. 13.
As of Jan. 23, Williams has recorded 71 inches of cumulative snowfall for the winter season. That’s more than double the normal snowfall amount at this time of 30 inches, according to the National Weather Service in Flagstaff.
Yet another snowstorm is on the way for northern Arizona. After a brief, sunny break from the snow today, the storm is set to move across northern Arizona late Thursday through Friday.
The Williams City Council held their first meeting of the year Jan. 13.
The Williams Little League season is in jeopardy with sign ups delayed because of a lack of volunteers. The league has had trouble filling the mandatory board positions required for upper league levels.
Great clothes and unique finds can be found at many thrift stores, but the Williams Senior Thrift Shop is unique because it not only sells needed items, but also donates its proceeds back to the community.
Three Williams teachers are nominees for Coconino County Teacher of the Year in 2023.
The Williams Boys' Basketball Team pulled off a clutch win at the Epic New Year's Classic in Chandler last weekend.
Three vehicles were involved in a train accident in Flagstaff Dec. 24. A train struck a vehicle which was then pushed into a second vehicle, and a subsequent third vehicle.
After serving two terms on the Williams Unified School District (WUSD) Governing Board, Ann Wells officially retired during the Dec. 15 school board meeting.
Meet Williams High School (WHS) business owners Danny Siegfried and Drew Logan. Along with sports, National Honor Society and senior year, the pair find time to run a successful landscaping business.
Bearizona recently invited me to join them on their VIP experience. I had only been to the wildlife park once a few years ago and was eager to see what the new tour would offer.
The City of Williams is continuing to take steps towards completing a housing study.
A house just outside the Williams city limits on West Scenic Loop was consumed by fire Dec. 11.
From lumber store, to skate park to craft fair venue, the “Shed” has been a part of Williams for decades. After a large-scale remodel, the city hosted its grand reopening Dec. 15.
Karen Macks began collecting nutcrackers 25 years ago. Today, she has 219 and doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
Who says freshmen can’t "hang" out with seniors? Williams High School seniors and freshmen recently spent a day together at the Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course in Flagstaff as part of a new senior-freshmen mentorship program.
There’s no reason for tardy holiday gifts and cards, the United States Postal Service (USPS) has issued their Holiday Shipping Deadlines.
The Williams Senior Center has been getting some much needed attention with recent renovations inside and out, including a large kitchen remodel and updates to the exterior.
As temperatures in Williams have dropped, Canyon Coaster Adventure Park is embracing the cold as it shifts its operation to a winter wonderland.
Grafitti and housing were some of the topics discussed at the Nov. 10 City Council meeting.
After a two-year hiatus, Arizona State Board of Education releases letter grades for school districts.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With all ballots counted, it appears that Williams voters have chosen Michelle Campbell for the open Williams City Council seat.
More than 200 runners competed in the Whiskey Row Half Marathon, but it was 14-year-old Pamela Vasquez of Ashfork High School who placed first in her age group, third in the womens division and 11th overall.
The city of Williams has plans to move from an all-volunteer fire department to a combination paid-volunteer fire department, with the first step to hire a fire chief.
North American Railcar Operators Association (NARCOA) lined the railway track at Grand Canyon Railway Depot Oct. 23 as they prepared to take off to the Grand Canyon for a two-day trip.
Proposition 310 would enact a 0.1 percent sales tax for 20 years to provide funding to fire districts. Some argue the funding is crucial and overdue, while others say it’s unfair and the result of mismanaged budgets.