- Bearizona kicks off Wild Wonderland Dec. 6
Wild Wonderland is a family-friendly event that immerses guests in the Christmas spirit.
- Lions Club collecting Toys for Kids donations for local children in need
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Lions Club, working with four local businesses, will again sponsor the Toys for Kids program ...
- Advent concert: Mariachi Mar y Sol concert at St. John’s Church Dec. 8
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The NAU Mariachi Band, Mar y Sol, will perform the second Christmas/Advent concert in a series of ...
- Mid-week storm moving through northern Arizona
Two weather systems will impact northern Arizona this week – one on Wednesday and the other on Saturday and Sunday.
- Williams 911: week of Dec. 4
• Officers arrested a male for driving revoked on Rodeo, cited and released; • Officers dealt with child custody issue ...
- Happy Jack man gets 25 years for 2nd degree murder
Detectives found her body March 30 after a citizen reported part of a leg was sticking out of a pile ...
- ‘Glamping’ plan near Sycamore Canyon application withdrawn
Under Canvas, the glamour camping company that proposed a 100-tent luxury camping site on 82 acres at the end of ...
- Community calendar: week of Dec. 4
Upcoming events in and around Williams.
- Snow pack welcomed for cross country skiing enthsuiasts at Arizona Nordic Village
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — As snowstorms move across Northern Arizona and road crews continue clearing interstates and highways, trail groomers at ...
- Part III: Military helicopters changed forever by Harry Robertson’s fuel tanks
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — “There’s no reason for someone to survive a crash — and then die in a fire.”
- Williams Community Holiday Dinner set for Dec. 8
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Although Thanksgiving has passed, people can enjoy another festive meal at the 17th annual Community Holiday Dinner ...
- Williams Christmas Parade cancelled, no plans to reschedule
WILLLIAMS, Ariz. — The Williams Christmas Parade and Holiday Tree Lighting scheduled for Nov. 30 was cancelled because of the ...
- Northern Arizona digs out following Thanksgiving snowstorm
WILLIAMS, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona continues to recover from a major snowstorm, with additional highways reopening Nov. 30 and power ...
- Power restored to Tusayan and Grand Canyon
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. — A Thanksgiving holiday storm dropped more than a foot of snow at the Grand ...
- Williams Christmas Parade scheduled for Nov. 30 has been cancelled
The Williams Holiday Parade has been cancelled.
- Town of Tusayan declares state of emergency due to snow, lack of electricity
TUSAYAN, Ariz. - The town of Tusayan, Arizona has declared a state of emergency due to substantial snow and lack ...
- Snow to decrease Friday afternoon; roads open but still impacted by snow
Snow showers persist over northern Arizona, however, showers are expected to gradually decrease from west to east this evening and ...
- Update: Power restored, WHS gym no longer open for those without power
The Williams Police Department has announced they are opening the Williams High School gymnasium for residents without power.
- Interstate 40 and Interstate 17 reopen in northern Arizona
Arizona Department of Transportation has reported that Interstate 40 eastbound and westbound, and northbound Interstate 17 have reopened.
- Update: Grand Canyon Village still without power, some roads closed
Over a foot of new snow fell last night on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
- Many northern Arizona roads remain closed; snowfall updates and forecast
The National Weather Service in Flagstaff released a brief, preliminary look at northern Arizona snowfall.
- U.S. Forest Service offices close due to weather
U.S. Forest Service offices in Williams and Tusayan closed today.
- Snow closes I-40 from US 93 to Winslow, other roads
Heavy snow is causing havoc in northern Arizona with road closures and power outages across the region. Reported snowfall in ...
- Several northern Arizona road closures planned including portions of I-40
Northern Arizona, Ariz. (AP) — State officials say long stretches of two interstate highways in northern Arizona’s high country will ...
- Williams holiday parade still on, organizers to reevaluate Saturday morning
The Williams Mountain Village holiday parade and tree lighting is still scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 30 at 6 p.m.