- Making adjustments: Williams Chiropractic relocates
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Chiropractic has moved to a new location on West Railroad Avenue after several years near Wild ...
- Honoring Vietnam veterans: Williams welcomes back Run for the Wall riders
Riders with the 19th annual Run for the Wall motorcycle ride stopped in Williams May 15 before continuing on their ...
- The 29th annual Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture this weekend at MNA
Zuni culture is rooted in farming and food traditions dating back many millennia.
- Trekking: Ash Fork students hike to Indian Garden
The group hiked the 9.5 mile round-trip hike in just under five hours.
- Moving up: Eighth grade students tour WHS
Eighth grade students from Williams Middle School and Maine Consolidated School visit Williams High School May 9.
- Biz Beat: Little Chicken Spot turns up the heat in Williams
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With some of the best prices and recipes in town, the Little Chicken Spot is receiving two ...
- Bill Williams Mountain Men make annual 200-mile horseback ride
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Mountain Men made their annual ride May 8-15, traveling close to 200 miles on horseback ...
- Smartphones, Snapchat, Instagram transform how today’s teens bully each other
PHOENIX – It was a Sunday night, about 11. Sheila Pott heard sirens wailing and then a knock on her ...
- World Migratory Bird Day celebration at Walnut Canyon May 11
Join park rangers and volunteers for a celebration of World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) at Walnut Canyon National Monument May ...
- More apartments coming to historic yellow school in Williams
The 40,000 square foot building was purchased by Bruce Bennett in 2005 in a foreclosure sale.
- Maine Consolidated School puts new spin on Romeo and Juliet
Students at Maine Consolidated School performed “Romeo, You Idiot,” a relentlessly irreverent spoof of Shakespeare’s original May 1 in Parks.
- Canyon Gateway RV now offering glamping
Earlier this year, Grand Canyon RV Glamping installed four glamping units. In March and April they added an additional 20 ...
- Williams' Annual Community Spring Clean-up Day draws a crowd
More than 100 volunteers turned out for Williams' annual Spring Clean-up Day May 4.
- WEMS, WHS music programs present annual spring concert May 1
The Williams Elementary-Middle School and High School bands and choirs performed their annual spring concert May 1.
- Sheridan House Inn joins prestigious Independent Lodging Collection
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Select Registry, a diverse collection of independent, boutique properties, announced its newest member, the Sheridan House Inn ...
- Williams High School culinary students cook up awards at FCCLA competition
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams High School students in Monica Moreno’s culinary classes returned from the Family Community and Career Leaders ...
- Hooks and hunting: Youth learn outdoor skills with new club
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Children between the ages of 5-18 now have the opportunity to learn fishing etiquette and hunting skills ...
- Reopening of Dairy Queen marks spring in Williams
Dairy Queen opens for the season in Williams.
- Lemonade declared state drink in Arizona
PHOENIX — Margaritas may be the drink of the Southwest, but state senators rejected a bid April 10 to have ...
- Williams Aquatic Center to open May 25; Summer Rec kicks-off June 3
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Aquatic Center is offering more than just swimming lessons this year. Students will have the opportunity ...
- BLM hosts wild horse and burro adoption April 19-22
The event takes place at the Yavapai Humane Society Equine Center, 3731 N Road 1 W, Chino Valley, Arizona.
- 77-year-old Chicago grandmother bicycles across U.S., stops in Williams
Carol Zemola Garsee, a 77-year-old grandmother from Chicago, arrived by bicycle in Williams, April 7. It was her 54th day ...
- Clown brings circus to Rec Center
A clown from the Culpepper and Merriweather Circus visits the Williams Rec Center April 5 to give children a preview ...
- W.A.A.G clinic vaccinates more than 150 animals
The annual rabies vaccination clinic vaccinated 154 dogs and cats this year.
- Middle school photographers' work on display at The Gallery in Williams in April
Eighth grade students at Williams Middle School have completed a project entitled “Identity through Photography.”