The Arizona Department of Education has improved the grant application process for charters and districts by starting the process earlier in the year. The improvement was made so that schools can receive their grant money and access it before the school year starts. Schools can now access the money beginning in July.
City Council candidate Ryan Dooley said Kingman is at a “crossroads” for development between those who want progress and those who want the status quo during his brief address at Tuesday’s meeting of the Mohave County Democratic Central Committee at Calico’s restaurant.
A Christian law firm is making a last-ditch effort to convince the state’s high court that businesses – at least some of them – have a constitutional right to refuse to sell their services and products to gays.
The Parks and Recreation Department is showing “The Little Mermaid” for its Float-In Movie event Friday at Centennial Park pool, 3333 Harrison Ave.
The state may also look to add assisting a criminal street gang to Bell’s charges, in addition to charging two others who may have been involved in the incident, one of whom is a minor, with the same.
Melissa Ann Santana faces 10 felony charges of stalking and making false statements against at least 11 people, including members of the Flagstaff and Globe hotshot crews, according to court records.
A fire gutted a supermarket in west-central Phoenix during a heavy rainstorm storm Wednesday evening and authorities were trying to determine if the building was struck by lightning.
The state dropped the first-degree murder charge after the Mohave County Medical Examiner, Dr. Rexene Worrell, said in an interview that Porter’s fatal head wound could not have been caused by a bare fist as was theorized in the initial charges.
The primary threats are gusty winds and heavy rain. Isolated flash flooding is possible with training or locally intense storms.
Playing some footy
Horton said the kids entered the camp to play, so that’s exactly why each day is started with a short scrimmage. Campers also participate in drills and games that help them to develop techniques and skills.
Sleep in Heavenly Peace, its chapters and volunteers build beds for children in the community to ensure they have a safe, comfortable place to sleep rather than on the floor.
There were no injuries and the launch ramp was temporarily closed while the car was removed from the water.
MCC’s procurement department received proposals from seven vendors ranging from $565,000 to $1.2 million.
All of the juveniles were taken to Kingman Regional Medical Center for evaluation and then were released to their parents.
Her bond was reduced to $200,000 Tuesday, a fair amount based on the seriousness of the charges, Mohave County Superior Court Judge Billy Sipe said.
A Haboob that was spotted just north of Kingman Monday evening.
The 19-year-old male driver was able to leave the car and get to safety.
The commission is hoping to complete at least 20 beds at the August build, and if all goes well, Wayt hopes to have another build in December.
Wallace allegedly admitted to the crime and was offered a plea agreement to second-degree murder with a maximum sentence of 25 years. He opted for a jury trial, originally set for October 2016, and faces life in prison if convicted.
Mental health is, by and large, the biggest concern of the Kingman community. It’s a need that cannot be ignored.
There is no deadline to apply for the school for 2-year-olds, and applications are accepted throughout the year. While anyone can apply at any time, those who submit applications may be placed on a waiting list.
Educational success requires attention for the needs of all students.
Pushing ahead where utility regulators so far will not, advocates of more renewable energy filed more than 480,000 signatures Thursday to put the question on the November ballot.
The state representative candidates will talk about legislative decisions that will affect Mohave County, including Highway User Revenue Funds, Second Amendment issues, education, water, air and economic development.
At this point in the campaign, the division over abortion rights appears to be breaking down along party lines, potentially making the question of abortion rights an issue in the general election.
- Striper fishing spectacular at Lake Mead
- Joyride in family car ends in fiery crash
- Haboob seen in north Kingman Monday
- Police return to search Snavely residence in connection with missing $170,000
- Woman arrested for assault with deadly weapon
- Car stuck in monsoon floodwaters on Stockton Hill Road
- MCSO search and rescue saves stranded citizens
- Public comment stirs up commission meeting
- One-vehicle rollover accident on the I-40, no serious injuries
- Arizona man arrested for impersonating an officer after trying to pull over troopers
- Secrets revealed: Longtime Kingman resident speaks and shows photos of the most difficult day in Kingman’s history: July 5, 1973
- Officers involved in Sunday night shooting placed on leave
- Joyride in family car ends in fiery crash
- Dollar General armed robbery suspect apprehended
- One person killed jumping from runaway semi-truck on I-17
- Mohave's Most Wanted
- Armed robber shot in face by KPD
- Walnut Creek residents feel deceived by Scot Industries
- Mohave 911
- Once bitten, twice charged