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AZGFD Summer Wildlife Series begins Friday

The ever-popular summer wildlife series from Arizona Game and Fish kicks off at 6 p.m. Friday with a presentation on Venomous Critters at Mohave County Library, 3269 N. Burbank St.

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MCSO on the lookout for Posse Members and boat officers

The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is looking for volunteer Posse Member and boating safety officers.

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UniSource customers can expect $12 reduction

Electric customers of UniSource Energy Services will see a $12 reduction in their monthly bill this summer thanks to reduced fuel and purchased power prices.

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KUSD substitute teacher killed in Golden Valley traffic accident

A quiet, but dependable, substitute teacher was killed in a traffic accident earlier this month.

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Kingman man arrested for indecent exposure, another man for threatening

Kingman Police arrested Chance Brandon Anderson, 36, of Kingman Sunday on a felony charge of threatening or intimidating physical injury and a warrant and Troy Lee Wells, 48, of Kingman for felony and misdemeanor charges of indecent exposure.

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Kingman Parks and Recreation has just the activity for adults and children alike

The City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Department is gearing up to get you and your kids involved in its numerous activities this summer.

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DPS releases report on Sunday night officer-involved shooting in Kingman

The Department of Public Safety released its statement regarding the events of Sunday evening when a man alleged to have stabbed two people in Wikieup and then stole a vehicle was shot and killed by law enforcement officers in Kingman.

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Mohave County Superior Court judge begins process of auctioning off Chloride town sites

Honorable Charles Gurtler promises to waive his $5 fee

Charles Gurtler is taking on the sticky task of auctioning off town sites in Chloride that previous presiding judges of Mohave County Superior Court were unwilling to touch.

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Kingman City Council, airport authority board to hold first work session Thursday

The Kingman Airport Authority is set to present its work at the City of Kingman Common Council work session Thursday.

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NACFD to interview chief finalists Thursday

Three finalists will be interviewed for the job of fire chief at Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District when the board meets at 6 p.m. Thursday at the station on Northern Avenue.

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ADWR holding ‘stakeholder process’ water workshop

The Arizona Department of Water Resources is holding a public workshop at 3 p.m. Thursday at KRMC’s Medical Professional Center, 1739 Beverly Ave., to discuss the “stakeholder process” for the Northwest Basins Planning Area.

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KPD officer involved shooting leaves stabbing suspect dead

A Kingman Police Officer has been placed on administrative leave following the fatal shooting of a suspect who led law enforcement agencies on a high speed pursuit Sunday.

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Financing College: Where There's A Will, There's A Way

Every parent wants to see their children surpass them in life’s achievements, whether the standards are personal, educational or professional.

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Mohave County Board of Supervisors: Where records manager works becomes an issue

Robert Ballard will remain as records manager with the Mohave County Recorder’s Office until his responsibilities to other departments are determined over the next 90 days or sooner.

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Kingman City Council to get update from Ignite Brand Marketing at tonight’s meeting

Final payment requested by Ignite on $40,000 contract with city

City Council members are set to learn of the marketing efforts made by Ignite Brand Marketing and KingmanCircle.com when they meet at 5:30 p.m. today.

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Run for the Wall to pass through Kingman Wednesday

Expect hundreds of motorcycles to pass through Kingman during the annual Run for the Wall Wednesday.

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Kingman man arrested for assaulting police officer while resisting arrest

Kingman Police arrested William Anthony Rubio, 29, of Kingman Friday on felony charges of aggravated assault on a police officer, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, two felony warrants, and two misdemeanor warrants.

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Inmate at state prison in Golden Valley dies in apparent suicide

Authorities say an inmate at the state prison in Golden Valley has died and it appears to be a suicide.

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A new eating disorder, orthorexia, could upend lives if food rules get too strict

Obsession with healthy food can be unhealthy

An unhealthy eating disorder, so new it’s unfamiliar to most people, leads to an obsession with healthy eating that can upend lives.

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Nonprofit offering overdose training in Kingman

Sonoran Prevention Works has saved 720 lives in past year

One year ago Friday, Governor Doug Ducey signaled his commitment to ending the opioid overdose epidemic by signing HB 2355 into law.

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Is free speech fading at colleges? Some defenders think so

In campus clashes from California to Vermont, many defenders of the First Amendment say they see signs that free speech, once a bedrock value in academia, is losing ground as a priority at U.S. colleges.

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Gov. Ducey signs Good Samaritan Law for rescuing kids, animals

Acting less than 24 hours after legislative approval, Gov. Doug Ducey inked his approval Thursday to a measure designed to encourage people to rescue children and pets trapped in vehicles.

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Kingman Police shooting at Andy Devine Avenue and Interstate 40 Sunday; suspect dead

A Kingman Police Officer has been placed on administrative leave following the fatal shooting of a suspect who led law enforcement agencies on a high speed pursuit Sunday.

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Kingman Area Regional Transit brings the amenities of Kingman within reach for residents without vehicles

Colleen Nelson moved from Phoenix to Kingman in 2006 and is one of the many area residents who depend on Kingman Area Regional Transit to get around town.

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Mohave Community College board of governors approve property tax increase

The Mohave Community College board of governors voted 4-0 Friday to approve an increase in the tax levy that will add $2.63 a year on property valued at $100,000.