WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Thousands of people flock to northern Arizona each year to immerse themselves in the pinyon-juniper and ponderosa pine forests, whether it’s to camp, hike, fish, hunt or ride off-highway vehicles.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Owners of the Canyon Coaster Park currently under construction on the east side of Williams are hopeful for a December opening pending supply-chain disruptions.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Dozens of local residents weighed in on the first public hearing Nov. 16 for Phantom Ranch Village, a proposed 87-acre residential development on the north side of Williams between Grand Canyon Boulevard and Airport Road.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With the latest round of federal emergency COVID-19 relief dollars for public education, Williams Unified School District has approved up to $1.1 million toward replacing the aging heating, ventilation and air conditioning system at Williams Elementary-Middle School.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Coconino County's Flood Control District will receive funding from the U.S. Forest Service for watershed restoration in the area between the 2019 Museum Fire burn scar and the city of Flagstaff.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Barnes and Noble in Flagstaff will be closing its doors at its Milton Road location soon.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - The Williams Planning and Zoning Commission will hold public hearings Nov. 16 and Dec. 16 regarding a new residential and commercial development north of Williams.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Lady Vikings ended a season plagued by injuries with a win and a loss at the 1A State tournament.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Vikings football team ended their season with an exciting, albeit, disappointing loss to St. David in the 1A State semifinal game Nov. 6.
When there is a medical incident, people are told to call 911 and wait for an ambulance. But how long is too long to wait for an ambulance? 10 minutes? 30 minutes? An hour?
The Lady Vikings made a big upset last week when they beat No. 3 Mogollon, 3-2, to end the regular season.
Life Line Ambulance personnel said without the assistance Dash, Ortiz and Moore, the victim would most likely not have survived.
Harry Robertson, an aviation legend and part-time Williams resident died Oct. 9 at Flagstaff Medical Center. He was 87.
The Lady Vikings beat the Phantoms, Antelopes and Yetis, 3-0, before facing the Mustangs where they lost 3-0.
The noted landmark community church has a long history in Williams and has played an important part in the cultural and spiritual development of the town.
The 16-acre property is located just off of Interstate 40 at the Parks exit and has operated as a campground off and on since the 1980s.
The city of Williams has begun the process of putting the Sweetwater Well into production following a work session discussion about the city’s water situation.
The community celebrated Williams High School Homecoming Sept. 27 - Oct. 1.
PARKS, Ariz. - As the U.S. Forest Service announced it had cancelled the second phase of the Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) Sept. 14, and was stepping back to reassess its approach to large-scale landscape restoration, forest treatments continued in areas of Kaibab National Forest.
The Williams Middle School Falcons hosted a cross-country invitational Sept. 16.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Vikings football and volleyball team dominated in games against the Mayer Wildcats last week.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Planning for the Williams Christmas season is well underway, with parade applications already being accepted and a vendor selected for downtown decorations.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The city of Williams is reestablishing late fees and shut-offs on past-due residential and commercial utility bills.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With business proposals being brought to City Manager Tim Pettit’s desk on a regular basis, and potential large housing developments on the horizon, the Williams City Council has begun discussions about city growth and whether existing infrastructure can meet the needs.
WILLIAMS — The Vikings football team had two big wins Sept. 3 and 10, as they faced the Hayden Lobos and Bagdad Sultans. On Sept. 3, the Vikings cruised past the Lobos on the road, 58-44.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After three early season losses, the Williams High School Lady Vikings volleyball team are on a roll, taking the wins in their last five games, and the title in the Ash Fork tournament Sept. 11-12.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Residents and visitors to Williams will soon see new pavement on Route 66 and Garland Prairie as pipe-laying for the Dogtown Waterline project has been completed in these areas.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Greg King has stepped in as constable for the Williams precinct after the resignation of Williams Constable Rick Remender in December. The Coconino County Board of Supervisors appointed King earlier this year.
WILLIAMS. — Gov. Doug Ducey announced $60 million to support staffing at health care facilities that deploy proven techniques to decrease COVID-19 related hospitalizations, including administering monoclonal antibody treatments and offering vaccination at discharge.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Friends of the Williams Aquatic Center (FWAC) is on a mission to reopen the pool that has been closed since the end of the summer season in 2019, but is also seeking the public’s input on what the community would like to see happen with the facility.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A refreshing monsoon season has returned to northern Arizona this year, and with it a return of the spectacular yellow Calliopsis flowers.
PHOENIX — The Vikings got their first taste of competition Aug. 20 as they traveled to Scottsdale to face Cicero Prep.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A new master plan for the H.A. Clark Airport in Williams is underway.
Soaring over Williams wasn’t quite what I expected. I’ve hiked Bill Williams, climbed in Sycamore Canyon and done a bit of mountain biking, so I’ve seen a lot of the beauty of Williams. But seeing it from the air was something else.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The recent community spread of COVID-19 has led to the restriction of in-person visitation at Northern Arizona Healthcare’s facilities, including Flagstaff Medical Center.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The lightening-caused Rafael Fire that began June 18, surprised several northern Arizona communities when it went from a slow burning, 1,000-acre fire to a raging 18,000-acre fire within a 24-hour period, eventually tearing through Sycamore Canyon southeast of Williams and ultimately burning 78,065 acres before it was extinguished.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Williams Youth Football and Cheer teams hit the field Aug. 5. Teams began practice July 26, but have been limited by the afternoon monsoons
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A 16-acre former RV park in Parks has been given the green light for a new conditional use permit by the Coconino County Planning and Zoning Commission, and plans for renovation of the property’s restaurant are in the works.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Visitors and residents are in for a treat with the recently opened Selah Café in downtown Williams.