WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The NAU Mariachi Band, Mar y Sol, will perform the second Christmas/Advent concert in a series of four for the Williams community Dec. 8 at 4:30 p.m. at St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church in Williams.
WILLLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Christmas Parade and Holiday Tree Lighting scheduled for Nov. 30 was cancelled because of the extreme weather Nov. 29.
The Williams Holiday Parade has been cancelled.
For the first time in many years, the Grand Canyon Rotary Club has decided not to host its annual dinner dance.
The Grand Canyon is more than just a beautiful place to look at — it’s also the perfect place of education for all kinds, including outdoor activities and the arts.
The National Weather Service in Flagstaff is predicting a wild winter storm beginning today and continuing through the Thanksgiving holiday.
A new reign of queens and princesses is about to be introduced with the revival of the popular Miss Williams beauty pageant.
Grand Canyon students celebrated the Lady Phantoms' state tournament berth with a pep rally in the gym Nov. 7.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - The permitting process for Elk Ridge Ski Area in Williams is underway.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms volleyball team showed its appreciation for seniors with posters, gifts and a round of applause for all their hard work.
Active regions on the Sun created this jack-o'-lantern face, as seen in ultraviolet light by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite.
Snow dusted Grand Canyon rooftops early on the morning of Oct. 28.
The Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first half-marathon event Nov. 2 and is seeking local volunteers to help ensure the event is a success.
The Grand Canyon Community Church (GCCC) will be holding its annual Christmas Craft Bazaar Dec. 7, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Grand Hotel in Tusayan.
Grand Canyon School celebrated Indigenous Peoples' Day Oct. 14.
With the fall season winding down, the Grand Canyon Phantoms soccer and volleyball teams are capping off two successful, winning seasons.
Thelma Kelley celebrated her 100th birthday Oct. 14. Kelly was born in 1919 in Florida.
Long-time Williams Police Department officer Robert Anderson is leaving Williams.
Kaibab National Forest fire managers have begun applying prescribed fire treatments on the first units of the Three Sisters Prescribed Fire Project north of Williams.
Williams Police Department has cancelled a Silver Alert for a Williams resident.
There is a Red Flag Warning and Wind Advisory that is in effect for Coconino County.
Williams Transfer Station received a certificate of recognition Sept. 26 from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.
The Havasupai Tribe is urging the United States Forest Service to reject a proposal by Stilo Development Group and the Town of Tusayan who want to build a road and other infrastructure through the Kaibab National Forest.
NPS hosted National Fossil Day Sept. 28, an annual celebration held to highlight the scientific and educational value of paleontology and the importance of preserving fossils for future generations.