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Kingman Airport embracing World War II theme

Funding for the plan, which is currently underway, primarily came through the state and the Federal Aviation Administration in the amount of about $450,000. The City contributed about $60,000.

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KUSD board votes to hear about Palo Christi bond proposal

Jen Shumway disapproved moving forward with Palo Christi because of the restrictions it has being a historic building and took into consideration the concerns the two teachers expressed to the board.

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Supervisors to discuss supporting fuel tax legislation

One of the more interesting items on the agenda pertains to the legislative bill that would lead to higher gas taxes.

Crime Watch see more>

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White Hills man arrested for attempted second-degree murder

The investigation into a weapons offense and attempted murder that occurred at about 4 p.m. Wednesday in White Hills continues, reports the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.

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MAGNET executes search warrants in Kingman

The Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team conducted two dangerous drug search warrants in Kingman toward the end of January and the beginning of February.

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Victim, suspect in I-40 shooting ID’d by DPS

Authorities have released the names of both the victim and suspect in the shooting late Monday evening on Interstate 40 on the westbound Exit 51 ramp onto Stockton Hill Road

National & International see more>

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Vatican defrocks former US cardinal McCarrick for sex abuse

The announcement Saturday, delivered in uncharacteristically blunt language for the Vatican, meant that the 88-year-old McCarrick, the former archbishop of Washington, D.C., becomes the highest-ranking churchman and the first cardinal to be punished by dismissal from the clerical state, or laicization.

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Police: Aurora gunman likely knew he was being fired

Because Gary Martin brought his gun to Friday's meeting at the sprawling Henry Pratt Co. warehouse in Aurora, he likely knew he might be about to lose the job he had held for 15 years, police Chief Kristen Ziman said at a news conference.

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Main suspect in Sweden’s royal jewels heist confesses

The items from 1611 that once belonged to King Karl IX and Queen Kristina are estimated to be worth $7 million.

Opinion see more>

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Miner Editorial | Is City Council PINOs? Patriots In Name Only?

City Council chose to give more weight to special interests than the sacrifice of our veterans.

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Editorial Cartoon | Feb. 17, 2019

National debt is a boulder rolling downhill.

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Community View | Beware of wolves in sheep's clothing

In this instance, the antagonist has a name. Steve Robinson.

Features see more>

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Dear Abby | Relationship with Mr. Right goes wrong as values collide

While some couples can discuss their differences – political and otherwise – in your case your “incredible guy” seems unable to intelligently discuss them or articulate the reasons for his beliefs without denigrating yours.

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Horoscopes | Feb. 17, 2019

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): A change will do you good and help you recognize what you really want out of life and important relationships. Don’t be afraid to share your thoughts.

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Make memories with the little ones

Amid all the chaos going on in the world today, a bright star seems to be shining for me

Milestones see more>

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KAOL basketball star selected as Student Rotarian

Tyler Chinyere, a senior at the Kingman Academy of Learning, was recently selected as Student Rotarian.

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100 has never looked so good

She has lived for 36,526 days; 5,218 weeks; 1,200 months; 100 years. Kingmanite Helen Dorothy Cardeccia celebrated her 100th birthday among friends and family Thursday at the Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center. Not everyone gets to live to be 100 years old and Dorothy certainly didn’t think she’d reach her centennial.

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Kingman Photo | 70 years and counting

It has been said by wiser heads than I, that a horn that remains untooted,stays that way. Well let me do a little horn blowing today about our marriage.