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BOS needs ratification after AG rules supervisors violated open meeting laws

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office has determined that the vote by Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Dec. 18, 2017 amending an agreement with Fort Mohave Community Park Committee was in violation of open meeting laws.

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Local teacher wins $5k grant for classroom

The Fiesta Bowl Charities Wishes for Teachers powered by DriveTime has donated $1 million to 200 Arizona teachers. One of those lucky teachers is from Black Mountain Elementary School in Golden Valley.

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Birdland resident thankful for grants available for home remodeling

Arizona Department of Housing provides $700,000 in funding for elderly, disabled and low-income families.

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Día de los Muertos: It is not Mexican Halloween

In Mexico, family is a sacred bond. So sacred that people in Mexico celebrate their loved ones while living and dead. On a day like Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) families all over Mexico will honor their loved ones who have passed from the living.

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Understanding, connecting with different cultures

The film “Free Trip to Egypt” shows how diverse peoples come together and connect

The film won’t be released to the rest of the world until early next year. However, the community will have the chance to view a pre-screening of “Free Trip to Egypt” at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Lee Williams High School auditorium, 400 Grandview Ave.

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Republican ‘Victory Tour’ coming to Black Bridge Brewery

Some of the state's high-profile candidates, including Gov. Doug Ducey, will rally in Kingman as part of a state tour.

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Dinner and debate with Council candidates

The general election that will determine the makeup of the Kingman City Council is Tuesday, which leaves just a few more days for voters to learn about their candidates.

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One set of Virgin River Gorge human remains ID’d

Authorities say they have identified one set of human remains that were discovered Oct. 18 near the Virgin River Gorge in the Arizona Strip Area

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AG warns of ‘hostage loads’ when you’re moving

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is warning residents to beware of unscrupulous moving companies.

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Orozco described as witty and wonderful, took custody of her nephew

Sheriff's office confirms woman was killed by single shot fired in the 3100 block of Concho Drive.

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UniSource reminds customers to report, how to detect gas leaks

As the air becomes chillier and Arizona residents use more natural gas to heat their homes and businesses, UniSource Energy Services is reminding customers how to detect and respond to a natural gas leak.

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Last First Friday honors Día de los Muertos

The last First Friday is just around the corner and this month’s theme is Día de los Muertos. Students from Lee Williams High School’s Hispanic Student Union are joining the festivities.

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Mohave Arms Collectors commemorate ending of ‘Great War’

About 25 members brought World War I rifles and military items to their October meeting, including the 1903 Springfield rifle.

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A night out at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts

The event will feature an excellent assortment of alcoholic and non-alcoholic wines and beer, various cheeses, fine foods and a silent auction.

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KRMC volunteers purchase state-of-the-art equipment

Kingman Regional Medical Center Therapy Services has installed a new Solo-Step overhead track and harness system at its rehabilitation center, a piece of equipment purchased with funds raised by KRMC Volunteer Services.

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Water, veterans issues rank high for legislative candidates

Three candidates are seeking to fill two seats in the Arizona House of Representatives for District 5, which includes Mohave and La Paz counties.

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Ghosts, ghouls, witches and more will be on the streets tonight.

Here are ways to keep everyone out of harm’s way

It’s the night where the ghouls and ghosts are out on the town.

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Dollar General robbery, burglary suspects face additional charges

Three men arrested in connection with a string of robberies and burglaries throughout the Kingman area are now facing charges in additional cases, adding to the long list of state-alleged felony activities.

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Bird Haven to raise funds with two rummage sales

Bird Haven Rescue and Sanctuary is in desperate need of help to save some feathers, and plans to raise funds with a rummage sale Thursday through Saturday at 4435 N. Charles Drive.

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Steve Robinson responds to Councilman Travis Lingenfelter’s statements

In an email to The Daily Miner in which he responded to the PAC’s reasons for demanding a recall, Lingenfelter called the PAC’s name of Kingman Citizens for Honesty, Accountability and Transparency “pretty ironic.”

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5 statewide propositions on ballot; what are they all about?

The Nov. 6 general election ballot contains five statewide propositions. Following is an overview of the measures with the ballot language, explanation of yes or no vote, and arguments for both sides.

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Kingman woman dies, weapons offense investigated

A 31-year-old Kingman woman was pronounced dead at Kingman Regional Medical Center after Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a call in Golden Valley Saturday.

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Governor orders flags at half-staff in honor of Pittsburgh victims

Gov. Doug Ducey has ordered that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff immediately

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Can the healthy brain offer clues to curing Alzheimer's?

"Have you cured Alzheimer's disease yet?"

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Representation for suspect in Walmart suitcase incident withdraws

Jeremiah Grant Peacey, charged in the alleged theft of a cash-filled suitcase at Walmart, is at odds with his legal representation. Peacey, as of Friday, was being represented by Troy Anderson from the Law Offices of Shawn B. Hamp. However, his representation filed a motion to withdraw from the case.