- Orphaned deer fawn finds home at Bearizona
A deer fawn whose mother was hit by a car in Safford has found a home in a wildlife park.
- New AMC drama follows Japanese American internment horror
It's the first television series depicting the internment of Japanese Americans on such a massive scale.
- WEMS students get a lesson in forensics
Forensic Scientist Kristen Dick was a guest teacher in Mrs. Mitkowski’s social studies classes last week at Williams Elementary-Middle School.
- Williams Lions Club membership up; raising funds for vision screenings
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With the addition of two members, Williams Lions Club has grown by 22 percent, bringing total membership ...
- Spanish film about Route 66 premiers in historic theaters across The Mother Road
SELIGMAN, Ariz. — Winner of the Best Documentary Award in 2019 at the Arizona International Film Festival, ‘Almost Ghosts’ tells ...
- Ball is life in Indian Country: New Netflix documentary debuts Aug. 2
The world is about to see the chaos of the amazing talent Indian Country has to offer beyond a full ...
- Tree-eating beetle gains ground in US West, raising concerns
CLARKDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Matt Johnson treks along an Arizona riverbank and picks out a patch of yellow-tinged tamarisks. He ...
- Business beat: Grand Canyon Shanti Yoga welcomes new instructors
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Gina Carpenter and Angele Mead are hoping to shake up the summer by adding new classes and ...
- Families gear up for school during registration
Parents can still register students by visiting the school.
- Flagstaff Kennel Club unleashes back-to-back shows at Cureton Park
More than 1,100 exhibitors and judges from all around the globe made the trek to the cool pines of Williams.
- World War I display added to Williams Visitor Center
Some of the items on display include a partial replica uniform from 1917-1918.
- Dashing canines with all the right moves at 10th annual Turns ‘N Wrap agility trial
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Turns `N` Wraps hosted their 10th annual agility trial at Cureton Park July 13-14 with dogs and ...
- Flagstaff Red Screen Film Festival celebrates indigenous cinema, local filmmakers July 24-28
While the films are made by indigenous people for indigenous people, that shouldn’t limit the audience to just indigenous people.
- Bald eagle free again following rehabilitation for broken leg
PHOENIX — After a graceful half-mile flight across Horseshoe Lake, the 3-year-old bald eagle released back into the wild by ...
- Navajo artist adds a splash of color to Route 66
WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Beautiful murals depicting much of what Williams has to offer have been popping up around town, and ...
- Northern Arizona Astronomy: The moons of Jupiter
The largest and one of the most interesting to observe planets in our solar system is Jupiter, which contains about ...
- Fawns arrive at Grand Canyon Deer Farm
Grand Canyon Deer Farm celebrates the birth of a young buck and a doe fawn June 22.
- Remembering the HiLiTES: Bob DeLander calls it a career at KC
In the early 1970s, off-road racing began making its mark in history and atop those early Ford Broncos, Chevy Blazers ...
- Boating it up: Williams Yacht Club Regatta hosts Lake Cup
Williams Yacht Club held a Regatta & Cataract Lake Cup featuring a remote control power boat race at Cataract Lake ...
- The Fuller Center for Housing rides through Williams to Canyon
Riders with The Fuller Center for Housing enjoyed a hot meal and spent the night at St. John’s Episcopal-Lutheran Church ...
- On a mission: Family Dollar claims first place in national sales incentive, donates 60 cases of water to Williams Fire
The Family Dollar in Williams is first place in a national sales initiative after collecting nearly 1,500 bottles of water ...
- Greater Williams Community awards $9,700 to Williams’ service organizations
The annual grant presentation for The Greater Williams Community was held this year at Anna's Canyon Cafe June 13, presenting ...
- Street talk: Repairs continue on Grant Street in Williams
The city of Williams continues street repairs with recently purchased equipment as the weather remains favorable.