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Parks official's signature on documents raises questions

The deputy director of Arizona State Parks & Trails, who is under investigation over accusations the agency bulldozed over archaeological sites, once signed a federal grant application over the objections of a staff archaeologist, according to documents obtained Monday by The Arizona Republic.

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Area firefighters lend aid to California wildfire victims

The National Weather Service offered a bleak outlook on Monday, advising that high winds, dry air and low humidity will likely accelerate the fires’ spread throughout Northern and Southern California this week.

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Arnold Plaza making progress toward veterans’ resource center

The project by Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council will bridge the transition from military to civilian life for homeless vets.

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Men arrested in narcotic bust arraigned

Darren Roy Hartwick is facing three felony counts including possession of narcotic drugs for sale, possession of drug paraphernalia, and child abuse by domestic violence.

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Biasiucci honored to be elected, ready to work for district constituents

Lake Havasu City business owner wins in his first run for state House of Representatives as a Republican.

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Nucor celebrates safety certification at Kingman steel plant

Arizona Department of Occupational Safety and Health conducted an intensive audit of the mill in August.

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Soroptimist of Kingman is looking for recipients

Soroptimist International of Kingman is seeking out organizations that need help funding and have the same interests as the club.

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All Starz dancers give audience an ‘under the sea’ thriller

All Starz Academy dancers gave their audience a night to remember with two hours of entertainment with their exciting, oceanic feat.

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Sec. of State race still too close to call Tuesday

In that race for secretary of state, Democrat Katie Hobbs is maintaining her lead over Republican Steve Gaynor – but just barely.

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Fire chars RVs, travel trailers at Tucson storage facility

Authorities say a two-alarm fire has destroyed up to a dozen RVs plus some travel trailers and fifth-wheelers at a storage facility on Tucson's northwest side.

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Red and blue lights on a pink and blue Tahoe

The cost for the graphics on the Tahoe were paid for with drug seizure monies at no cost to general fund dollars.

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60 bighorn sheep relocated to historic habitats

All 60 bighorn sheep, 30 at each location, were given identification tags in addition to complete health evaluations before release. Some were fitted with GPS tracking collars so movement could be monitored.

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Secretary of State race in Arizona is now too close to call

The race between Democratic state Senate Minority Leader Katie Hobbs and Republican businessman Steve Gaynor to be Arizona's next secretary of state is now too close to call.

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Hoffman wins state superintendent of public instruction race

Democrat special education teacher and political novice Kathy Hoffman has won the race for Arizona superintendent of public instruction, beating an experienced Republican politician.

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Parks commission to hear update on local trails

The commission will also address the hiring of an assistant golf course superintendent, and under new business will hear an update on local trails.

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Discharging a firearm: it’s more than point and shoot

The Kingman Force on Force virtual range simulator requires critical thinking to make it through active-shooter scenarios

“At the range, normally you shoot at paper, you can’t even move too much,” Luca Zanna, owner of Force on Force, said. “Here, now for the first time, you can shoot in situations that are realistic."

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KAA litigation, audit costs City $328,000

“We have a second case that we proceeded with that was against the attorneys for KAA as well as the KAA board,” Cooper said. “And that was the fact that the City was arguing that they were liable for the uses of the moneys that they are using to pay for the defense of this case.”

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Council declines to extend manufactured home allowances

When asked by the mayor about how many south-side parcels would be affected by any change, Principal Planner Rich Ruggles said there are about 40 undeveloped parcels that could house manufactured homes should the ordinance be changed.

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Johnston sees huge potential for Kingman Airport and Industrial Park

New general manager has fielded calls from several companies looking to bring their business to the airport.

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Mohave State Bank getting new name

After an expansion into the Yavapai County and Phoenix markets, as well as recognition as the Western Bankers Association’s 2018 Bank of the Year, leaders at Mohave State Bank might have been satisfied.

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County to use grant funds for opioid addiction services

The Mohave County Public Health Department received a nearly $80,000 grant that will help fill gaps in treatment for opioid addiction.

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College hires former board member Stithem as interim president

Search for permanent MCC president will continue through February, with final decision in May.

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It’s as easy as pie

What are the holidays without a freshly-made, home-baked pie?

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Only the closest of races trigger recounts

In statewide races, there is a general law that requires a recount if the margin of votes between the two candidates is one-tenth of one percent.

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Sinema wins Senate seat, McSally concedes election Monday

The GOP contender conceded Monday after new results showed Sinema’s lead statewide is now approaching 38,200 votes.