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Rockers Wayland will headline March 31 concert at Beale Celebrations

The local entertainment scene is picking up with comedy shows, community concerts, Beale Street Theater productions and now the first big-name concert to be held at Beale Celebrations.

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New Location Makes The Farmhouse Big as a Barn

The Farmhouse vintage household and décor shop held the grand opening of its new location at 317 Beale Street on Saturday.

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Performing (Arts) for Route 66 Rotary

Kingman Performing Arts offers dance and vocal classes to all ages and presents a dinner theater monthly at Ramada Inn’s Canyon 66 Restaurant.

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Run, Forrest, er ... Robla, Run!

Honk if you see him, or join if you want. Marathon runner Rob Pope, 38, of Liverpool, England, is making a trek across America – Forrest Gump-style.

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Bikers Drafted for ‘Drafted 2035’

Members of the Libertarian’s motorcycle club auditioned to be extras Saturday for the film “Drafted: 2035” that is being made in the Kingman area.

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Desert Sky: Kingman to reach upper 50s

The storms of January are behind us for the time being, according to the National Weather Service, with cool temperatures and sunny skies through Monday - when the high will be in the upper 50s.

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Hualapai Winter Wonderland

The National Weather Service reported some areas of the Hualapai Mountains received six feet of snow.

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Rains revive once troubled Alamo Lake; Game & Fish predicts good spring fishing

The recent storms that have soaked the state are providing some much needed relief for Alamo Lake, which is located on the southern border of Mohave County, according to George Knapp at the Alamo Lake State Park.

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Oklahoma Guard stops in Kingman

The Oklahoma Army National Guard’s 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team passed through town as part of a training mission Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning.

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Prayer for Life

The Philip Wisely Pro-Life Group invites and welcomes the Kingman community to a prayer service for life. Life is a choice, especially when one is pregnant.

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Christmas, Charity and Critters

Chris Marie and her husband, Butch Meriwether, dropped off $1,347 and 1,948 pounds of dog and cat food to founder and treasurer Cherie DaLynn at the no-kill domestic animal shelter and sanctuary For The Luv Of Paws

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Thank A Cop Lunch

Students at Cerbat Elementary School in Kingman were extremely excited when uniformed deputies and detention officers from Mohave County Sheriff’s attended their “Thank a Cop Lunch” on Thursday (1/12).

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Filipino-American Club assists Moose Lodge

For the third time in recent memory, Kingman’s Filipino-American Club has helped the Moose Lodge.

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Cub Scouts Collect Coats

Cub Scouts Pack 27 Wolf Den (8-year-olds) decided on doing a coat donation for its service project.

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A rare white burro spotted in Cool Springs area

White burros are just one of the many color phases of burros found in the Black Mountains west of Kingman.

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Early child teachers and providers offered free training

An opportunity for Brain Builders for Life training in Kingman is available Feb. 4 and Feb. 11 through the University of Arizona Extension Office.

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Newly Elected: County positions

New and seasoned county officials were sworn in at the Mohave County Superior Courthouse Tuesday morning.

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Help the Bighorn

The Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society, Arizona Game and Fish Department and Bureau of Land Management seek volunteers to help desert bighorn sheep with a water project in the Bill Williams Mountains on Friday and Saturday.

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Social club oaths of office

The past president of the Kingman Arizona Social Club, John Goryl, administers the oath of office to the 2017 Board of Directors.

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Winter Wonderland

Snow has left Kingman but it remains on the Hualapai Mountains.

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Santa's Rough Night

The city’s Christmas tree withstood the Christmas Eve storm that blew through town Saturday.

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Rogue 161? Preston donation part of 'the season of giving'

Scott Preston recently donated 161 movie tickets to friends, Star Wars fans and those in need so they could see the opening night release of the new Star Wars movie, “Rogue One.”

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Adorable kids enjoy meet and greet at St. Mary's

A month ago, these adorable young maidens were enjoying the monthly “meet and greet” sponsored on the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church steps by one of our many ministries.

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Strike! MACA bowling ball mortar a booming success

The members of the Mohave Arms Collectors recently enjoyed a day at the 7-Mile Hill Rifle Range shooting vintage firearms.

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The Great Bike Giveaway

Western Arizona Council of Governments (WACOG) Golden Valley Head Start students proudly pose Thursday after they received early Christmas presents and bicycles at a party held at the Golden Valley Fire District (GVFD) Public Safety Training Center

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