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Saving Arnold Plaza: Work has started on downtown building for a veterans' center

The rear doors of Arnold Plaza are taped with sheets of plastic and sealed off except for flimsy ventilation ducts stretching into the alley. They’re posted with red warning signs to wear respiratory protection and protective clothing.

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Mohave County Board of Supervisors' approval for 11 Chevy Tahoes leads packed agenda

You’ll want to bring either a pillow or a bottle of NoDoz to the Mohave County Board of Supervisors regular meeting Monday where 79 items have been placed on the 11-page agenda.

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News Briefs | AZGFD hosting game management open house

A wildlife biologist from Arizona Game and Fish Department will answer questions about local game management from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday at Tractor Supply, 3136-A Stockton Hill Road.

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After a dry October, winter temps with wind gusts coming

After a completely dry October, the weather has taken a turn toward winter with cooler temperatures, stronger winds and a chance of snow in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, the National Weather Service reported Friday.

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Oatman gets it first canvass in more than 25 years

Mohave County Assessor’s Office went to the historic mining town looking for structures it didn’t know existed

According to county records, it had been more than 25 years since a full canvass had been completed in Oatman, the historic mining town and tourist destination nestled high in the Black Mountains.

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Make room for the band, Kingman Bulldogs are off to state

Kingman High School’s Marching Band Exhibition was a platform to show off marching and musical talents

The wind was biting and the event was starting late. Mohave High School’s bus had broken down on the way.

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Sen. Rand Paul in Kelli Ward's corner for Senate candidacy

Sen. Rand Paul gave Kelli Ward another big boost in her campaign to replace Jeff Flake in the U.S. Senate.

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Gov. Ducey proposing new funds to help education

Gov. Doug Ducey is proposing new funds to help students with vision and hearing disabilities get a jump start on their reading skills.

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3 rescues, 2 days: Mohave County Sheriff's Search and Rescue teams keep busy

Mohave County search and rescue volunteers have had a busy week.

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The first Affordable Care Act enrollment period of Trump’s administration runs through Dec. 15

Nobody was rushing to Lisa Beauchamp’s desk on the first day of open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, the first enrollment period under President Donald Trump’s administration.

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State Superintendent race looking to be hotly contested in 2018 election

The position of Arizona State Superintendent of Public Instruction is shaping up to be one of the most hotly contested races in next year’s election, with 28-year-old Republican Jonathan Gelbart the latest to announce his run against incumbent Diane Douglas.

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AG: State seeking the leader of opioid ring and her accomplice

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced two arrest warrants have been issued for the alleged mastermind of a Northern Arizona opioid ring and her accomplice.

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Our neck of the woods: A camel teaches us a little bit of local history

A camel now resides at Keepers of the Wild

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Ducey eyes 'rainy day fund' for Children’s Health Insurance Program

Gov. Doug Ducey may tap the state’s “rainy day fund’’

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Public comment on Golden Valley water rate increase Thursday

Public Works Director Steve Latoski said the 38-year-old water system is inefficient and costly to operate.

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Open house today: North Country HealthCare

Open house celebration

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The flipside of cheerleading: injuries happen

Local spirit lines tell how they are bucking the national trend by becoming proficient and progressing when prepared

They tumble, they fly and they do it all with smiles on their faces.

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BOS cleared of open meeting violation claim

The Arizona attorney general has determined that the process to fill the Mohave County Board of Supervisors’ District 5 seat did not violate open meeting laws.

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Watch: 10-year-old leads police, state troopers on high-speed chase

A 10-year-old Ohio boy was taken into custody after leading police and state troopers on a dangerous high-speed pursuit that began in Cleveland and ended miles away along the Ohio Turnpike when troopers boxed him in.

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Poachers kill 2 mule deer near Prescott

Two mule deer were found killed in the Prescott Valley/Dewey areas recently, and the Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking information on the poachers responsible.

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Pastoral association hosting forum on holy days today

"Holy Days and Defining Events in the Life of Various Religions" will be presented in a forum at 5 p.m. today.

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Lawmakers, advocates blast ‘misguided’ Grand Canyon fee hike plan

Arizona lawmakers and advocates are condemning proposed fee increases at the Grand Canyon and 16 other parks, a move the National Park Service said is badly needed to fund billions in backlogged maintenance projects.

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Toys for Tots program begins Wednesday

The Mohave County North Toys for Tots program begins accepting registrations Wednesday.

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Kingman haunts to visit this weekend before Halloween is over

Things to do for Halloween.