A fourth person has been charged in the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in a burned-out vehicle in far western Arizona.
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Nick Hont adamantly insists he’s just an engineer, not some savior who can turn water into wine. But if someone exists who can perform such a miracle, the Hungarian-born and educated civil engineer wants to make sure there’s plenty of water for them in the Hualapai Valley Basin aquifer.
In honor of Mohave Community College instructor Marilyn Burdick, the college has instituted a new scholarship opportunity for future dental hygiene students via the Marilyn Burdick Memorial Scholarship.
MCSO asking for information on McFalls, missing for weeks now
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office issued another request for any information regarding the disappearance of Jerry and Susan McFalls, both 62, from Littlefield.
Gov. Doug Ducey has ordered flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff ...
The Kingman Outlaws devote some of their spare time performing fake gun fights imitating what people would see in the 1800s.
Gov. Doug Ducey is requesting double funding for this year’s wildfire season, seeking to go from $1 million to $2 million in Arizona’s wildfire prevention budget.
The price of water is going up in Golden Valley to cover operating and maintenance costs after the Mohave County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved rate revisions for Golden Valley Improvement District at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
Mohave County Treasurer Cindy Landa Cox is targeting January for the sale of 791 tax delinquent properties that continue to be a drag on her department budget.
The Kingman Police Department is helping make that decision easier for sixth- thru eighth-graders as enrollment is now open for the 2018 Junior Police Academy.
State Sen. Sonny Borrelli, R-Lake Havasu City, is working to create Arizona’s hemp industry with Senate Bill 1098, which was unanimously passed Feb. 15 by the Arizona Senate.
“It’s a great event,” Millin said. “Last year was one of the biggest events in town.”
Black Sheep Ink Tattoo and Piercing, 206 N. Fourth St., is hosting their first breast cancer awareness fundraiser on Saturday, March 3rd.
Golden Valley Fire District received a report at 9:53 a.m. Sunday about a small explosion at Castle Rock Bar and Grill.
Last week’s decision by prosecutors to withdraw the death penalty for Justin James Rector, who is accused of child kidnapping, rape and murder wasn’t well received by the public, but it’ll go a long way toward getting the trial started 3½ years after the crime was committed.
Yucca Fire District sent a wildland fire engine and three firefighters to help battle the 500-acre Gould Fire in Parker on Feb. 13, with the crew assigned to structure protection.
“I’m an insider who is like a mole for the citizens,” Farley said. “I want people to take advantage of that.”
Kingman Concert Band never, ever disappoints, conductor Julie Gragg promised.
On a voice vote Monday, the Senate agreed to permit the state’s 13 rural counties, for the first time ever, to ask their voters whether they’re willing to impose a one-cent sales tax
William Glen Sanders has agreed to cooperate with Mohave County Attorney’s Office in testifying against his former friend, Alfredo Blanco, accused of first-degree murder of real estate agent Sidney Cranston Jr.
Freezing conditions can damage water pipes, pets could suffer from frostbite and hypothermia and sensitive plants left outdoors will die.
Other than mattress sales and special deals on new cars, President’s Day is probably one of the least celebrated U.S. holidays of the year.
Here are five items of interest from the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Monday at Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.
The Mohave County Attorney’s Office filed a motion Thursday in Superior Court to withdraw its intent to seek the death penalty for accused kidnapper, rapist and murderer Justin James Rector in hopes of moving the case along.
Influenza numbers have gone down in Mohave County since the peak in December, but it’s still a countrywide epidemic.
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