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Harrison Street crash closed roadway, interrupted power

At about 3 p.m. Tuesday, the Kingman Police Department responded to a single vehicle crash in the 3100 block of Harrison Street where a truck had collided into utility pole guide wires.

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Budget talks: City streets in jeopardy

Council and community members in attendance at Tuesday’s budget work session heard news about the City’s financial and infrastructural positions that ranged from good to concerning.

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Center Street fire hospitalizes resident, kills 3 dogs

Authorities say an older man was flown to a Las Vegas hospital, three dogs died, and three others were rescued as a result of a fire on Center Street

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MCC hosts open meeting law training

Concepts to be addressed include the purpose of open meeting law, what constitutes a meeting and who must comply with open meeting law.

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Mohave County Supervisors OK extension of farm lease

It was a ridiculous agreement, according to Mohave County Supervisor Ron Gould, but not without merit.

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No battle has to be fought alone

Southwest Behavioral and Health Services is here to assist

If national statistics bear out locally, one out of every four people in the Kingman area are currently battling some type of mental illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Girl Scout Cookie season is almost here

But aside from providing the community with cookies, the program gives Girl Scouts essential life skills.

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Emergency street closure at Harrison and Beverly

Closure could last about 5 hours, but they hope to have the roadway open by 9 p.m.

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Kingman opens newest dog park at Centennial Park

Centennial Bark

The dog park at Centennial Park, 3333 Harrison St., located by the outfield at field No. 7 on North Burbank Street, is officially open to the public and their pets.

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Cobb's water bill to return to Legislature

A legislative bill introduced last year by state Rep. Regina Cobb will make its return to Arizona’s Legislature next week.

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MCC presents 12 cyber security steps for small businesses

Learn about cyber security, how to make it part of the business routine and develop a plan to protect customers’ personal information because business owners cannot afford to lose time or money to scammers or a compromised network.

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Grand Canyon West remains open

Despite the ongoing federal government shutdown, Grand Canyon West remains open and fully operational for visitors wishing to experience one of the world’s most breathtaking views.

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County supervisors award contract for law and justice center

Funding for the project comes from a quarter-cent sales tax, $450,000 from court fees and $308,221 from sales of Mohave County properties.

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City Planning and Zoning holds public hearing on rezone request

The property is on the west side of South Slaughterhouse Canyon Road, south of Mission Boulevard. Granite Bluffs II, zoned R-1-10, lies to the west and Canyon Bluffs II, zoned R-1-6, is to the east.

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Mohave Republican Forum hosts County Recorder Kristi Blair

Blair is scheduled to speak to delays in results from the 2018 general election and issues that have developed since. She may also give her thoughts as to the “fix” that would assure secure and timely election results.

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Winter Wonderland Ball to raise money for Kaylee to be closer to doctors, family

Once upon a time in the City of Kingman, there lived a 10-year-old girl named Kaylee Sass.

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Sneak preview of Havasu Balloon Festival action at ASU Havasu set for Thursday

Those planning to attend Havasu’s Balloon Festival can get a sneak peek on Thursday morning when ASU Havasu hosts a hot air balloon launch at the university’s baseball field.

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Ketchner seeks trial before new judge

Darrell Bryant Ketchner, charged with the first-degree murder of Ariel Allison and convicted of attempted murder of Allison’s mother, Jennifer, is seeking to have his trial moved from the courtroom of Judge Rick Lambert.

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Law enforcement seeks late-model Chevy after shots fired

The Kingman Police Department is on the lookout for a late-model Chevy crew-cab pickup truck following reports of shots fired at about 7:10 a.m. Sunday.

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What ever happened to Glen and Bessie Hyde?

They went on a honeymoon journey down the Colorado River, never to be heard from again

Legends are almost always based in fact. It starts with a story around a campfire, a teasing old woman, an already mysterious disappearance and turns into something grander, something surreal.

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Council targets budget in upcoming work session

Council will begin the daunting task of reevaluating the budget in light of the passage of the Responsible Sales and Use Tax Act and the repeal of the 1 percent tax increase at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Kingman Police Department, 2730 E. Andy Devine Ave.

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KUSD school board meeting to swear in new board members

The Kingman Unified School District school board meeting has been moved up to 5 p.m. Tuesday at KUSD office, 3033 MacDonald Ave.

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Coppery-red super blood moon visible Jan. 20

While last year’s solar eclipse may have stolen the show in terms of exciting astronomical events, January’s super wolf blood moon promises to be spectacular in its own right.

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Moose Lodge’s warm clothing drive through January

During the months of November, December and January, the Moose Lodge will be accepting donations of all sorts of clothing and other items suitable for winter weather.

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Be a VIP for KPD: Volunteers in policing free up department resources, save money

There are many cogs in the wheel of local law enforcement with each doing its part to help keep the community safe, and from administrative duties to property watches, there’s one group of volunteers Kingman Police Department Chief Bob DeVries calls the “unsung heroes.”