Nearly 200 community members showed up for a brainstorming/informational meeting Sept. 2 about possible pozzolan mining in the Spring Valley area of Parks.
About 100 residents and hotel guests were displaced after heavy rainfall hit the community of Tusayan, south of the Grand Canyon Aug. 22.
Drake Cement, LLC continues to seek sources for pozzolan in northern Arizona with the rural community of Parks now in their sites.
The Ash Fork Young Marines were awarded $3,400 from the American Legion Auxiliary 13, Road Rash Rodeo, American Legion Riders, Sons of American Legion Squadron 13 for their efforts in cleanup of the Historic Route 66 Car Show in June .
A 34-year-old woman pleaded guilty to child abuse and second-degree murder in the 2017 death of her 8-month-old child in Williams.
Gonzalez Ranch in Williams is one step closer to preservation with an agreement underway between Coconino County, Trust for Public Land and the property owners.
The Coconino County Board of Supervisors is making a stand against proposed pozzolan mining on Bill Williams Mountain.
A number of community members packed the cafeteria at Williams High School March 29 to ask questions of the U.S. Forest Service and voice their concerns about proposed mining activities on Bill Williams Mountain.
Editorial: Good turnout at USFS meeting about pozzolan mining
The city of Williams is looking at a hefty $35 million tab to expand the city’s wastewater treatment plant, according to Carollo Engineering, who presented the results of a year-long study to the Williams City Council March 24.
Despite a winter with record-breaking snowfall, visitors to Williams continue to pour in as recent sales and BBB tax revenues reveal.
Here comes more snow. A winter storm warming is in effect for Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 25-26 for the Williams area and much of northern Arizona.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The No. 5 Williams Lady Vikings played multiple games in the Super Regional tournament last week, and played their first game of the 1A State tournament Feb. 7.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. – Two major winter storms are on the way to northern Arizona this weekend, according to the National Weather Service in Flagstaff.
The city of Williams continues to voice their opposition to potential pozzolan mining on Bill Williams Mountain and is encouraging the community to join the cause.
Actor Rob Schneider's 'Daddy Daughter Trip' spends day shooting at Williams' Bearizona
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — More than $750 coins. That’s the total from the more than 12,000 coins the Arizona Mountaineering Club (AMC) has collected over the past five years by rappelling below the rim at Grand Canyon National Park.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Residents who live near a proposed commercial camping business northwest of Williams have become frustrated with delays in a decision on a rezoning application for the property.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams City Council heard the first reading of a proposed ordinance Sept. 22 that would set recovery fees for shopping carts found abandoned in the city.
TUSAYAN, Ariz. — Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce and Run Tucson are collaborating to bring the Grand Canyon Trail Half Marathon to Tusayan Nov. 5.
PARKS, Ariz. — The Soulstice Mountain Trail Run is moving to a new home.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Arizona State Railroad Museum Foundation and Center for Education has announced the arrival of a vintage caboose which is now on display at the Grand Canyon Railway Depot.
Williams City Councilmember Bernie Hiemenz was recognized by the league for his 24 years of public service, and incoming Williams Mayor Don Dent was recognized for his 28 years of service.
Williams has had a profitable summer as sales and BBB tax revenues reveal.
The community was shaken a bit last week when the Williams Unified School District campuses were evacuated because of a reported threat.
The Vikings traveled to Nevada to face Pahranagat Valley in what has become a tradition for the the two teams — both top small school contenders in their respective states.
City of Williams crews work to mitigate flooding in downtown Williams during a seasonal monsoon storm Aug. 10.
Concerned neighbors and community members have begun to mobilize and have created The Protect Bill Williams Mountain coalition to fight future mining.
Approximately 150 youth from across the state of Arizona were expected at the 4H archery shoot near Parks, Arizona July 30.
Another year begins at WUSD
Boyack began his career in 2002 as a carrier.
Work continues on the laying of new water lines from the Dogtown wells and reservoir, as residents saw Rodeo Road closed and under construction this week.
Williams Unified School District held registration this week
“Due to the significant expected negative impact that a pozzolan mine presents to the community, environment, tourism, water sources, and at least one local tribe, it is the city’s most sincere desire that Drake Cement not proceed with a mining operation at this location,” Pettit said in the letter.
If you’d asked me 10 years ago where I thought I’d be, it wasn’t here as the new editor of the Williams-Grand Canyon News.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - A happy crowd gathered for Williams' annual Fourth of July parade. Floats, trucks, horses and walker streamed down Route 66, a precursor to this evening's fireworks.