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Top 4 write-in candidates advance to November’s ballot

The top four write-in candidates from the primary election are Ken Watkins, Deana Nelson, Scott Holtry and Harley Pettit.

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Andy Awards finalists announced

The Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce has announced its finalists for the 41st annual Andy Awards celebrating local individuals, businesses and organizations making an impact in the community.

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International Day of Peace in Kingman

The Kingman Progressive Alliance for Positive Change is hosting a Day of Peace from 10 a.m. – noon Friday at Locomotive Park. The event will have speakers, face painting and music.

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Library book sale offers treasure chest of books, CDs and movies

Friends of Kingman Library hold four book sales a year to raise funds for library programs, children's events and replacement materials.

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Art gallery to host open house for Kingman 2028 map project

The goal of the project is to create a platform for people of all ages to share their vision for Kingman's future.

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Council approves design-bid-build for Rattlesnake Wash

The design-bid-build is expected to take three to four months to complete designs, whereas CMAR would take four to six months, and design-build seven to nine months.

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Educators’ event offers chance to learn about education funding, school board candidates

Local educators will hold a Community for Education event to talk about how schools are funded from the state. Community members will also have the opportunity to hear from school board candidates who will be on the November ballot.

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Suspect in bridge closure has motion to remand case to grand jury denied

In June, Mohave County grand jurors indicted Wright on felony counts of terrorism, aggravated assault, a Class 2 felony misconduct involving weapons, a Class 6 felony of misconduct involving weapons and unlawful flight from a pursuing law enforcement vehicle.

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Supervisors choose economic development over public information

Wakimoto says her district is poised for growth, and it's important to have someone focused on areas outside the three main cities.

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City of Kingman files motion to dismiss in candidate case

The issue stems from the allegation that the City used the wrong Arizona Revised Statute in making its determination that those four write-ins would not advance to November’s ballot.

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Clean City Commission looks to form subcommittees

The commission also wants to promote public participation in community cleanup events. It will discuss ways to accomplish that goal, including utilizing outreach venues like the City’s website and Facebook page.

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Storage, RV park to start construction near Old Highway 95

The project north of Lake Havasu City will cater to off-roaders with amenities such as a general store, laundromat, swimming pool and kid's park.

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Search for missing boater nears third week

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies have worked alongside search and rescue volunteers in their attempts to locate 26-year-old California resident Raegan Heitzig.

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Havasu Police point to dad as shooting suspect

The Lake Havasu City Police Department believe Tobin Gottier, 42, shot his wife Jamie, 49, and daughter Hannah, 14, from inside a home located in the 600 block of Beachcomber Boulevard as they arrived at the home around 3:30 p.m. on Monday.

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Judge denies auto-updates to voter registration – for now

A federal judge has refused to order Secretary of State Michele Reagan to immediately update voter registration addresses of 384,000 Arizonans who have moved since the last election.

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Mesa man killed on I-40 near Beale Street early Wednesday morning

A 32-year-old Mesa man was killed along eastbound Interstate 40 near the Beale Street entrance by a hit-and-run driver

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17 Dogs taken from residence, taken to WAHS

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control officers received a phone call from a concerned citizen Monday about an animal problem. The reporting party advised that a house near her child’s bus stop had a number of dogs that were getting out and expressed concern for other children in the neighborhood.

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UPDATE: Semi-truck rolls at Beale Street interchange, causes traffic backup

“We are asking people to avoid the area if all possible until we can get the issue cleaned up and resolved,” he said.

BREAKING: Accident at U.S. 93, I-40 intersection closes all but one lane

Traffic accidents close all but one lane on southbound U.S. 93

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Beale Street Theater brings “Death of a Salesman” to life

The family’s patriarch has dreams and aspirations for himself and his two sons, Biff and Happy, but those goals for the future don’t quite materialize like he planned.

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Valle Vista residents hoping to improve fire district service

Former NACFD Fire Chief Wayne Eder told about 40 residents what it would take to form their own fire district, including a cost of about $648,000 a year.

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Goodwill, Arizona at Work promoting economic development through a trained, skilled workforce

“We can actually spend money to retrain you into a job that is highly sought after around here, or even get you an education if you don’t have your GED,” Millin explained. “So we do that entire spectrum from start to finish to make sure that we’re building a workforce that the community needs.”

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Added language by attorney general's office raises eyebrows of Prop 127 supporters

A key aide to Attorney General Mark Brnovich altered language of the ballot description of Proposition 127 that the state's top elections officer called "eyebrow raising'' and the lawyer for initiative organizers said is designed to help Arizona Public Service convince voters to reject it.

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Supervisor Angius wants Mohave County to join national opioid litigation

Like it or not, Mohave County is "ground zero" for the opioid epidemic, the supervisor said at Monday's board meeting.

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Arizona lawmakers eyeing the financial operations of charter schools

Gov. Doug Ducey said he's open to the idea of reforms in how charter schools are operated, including how they handle their finances

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