NFL not allowing the veterans or AMVETS stand for the flag is disrespecting the flag, our country, the veterans, and there families that have made the ultimate sacrifice defending the flag.
Representative Gosar your overblown fear of brown skinned people is making you look the total fool.
One assumes that David Gaither’s ignorant, Jan. 30 letter does not represent the majority of “Kingman Viewpoint.”
What happens when Mohave County runs out of water?
I’m not sure what Greg Henderson found so “amusing” about the idea of a multi-partisan Women’s March to inspire Mohave County women to get and stay involved politically, but what I found amusing about his Jan. 28 Letter to the Editor was his suggestion that women could simply “[aid] and [merge] with the established celebratory parades already in place.”
Mohave County Attorney Matt Smith needs to go.
Yes, Victor Riccardi is 81, a veteran and businessman, but all that is irrelevant now.
A few weeks ago I heard on the news that the state of Arizona is thinking about making it legal for motorcycle riders to go between cars in a traffic jam.
I understand opioid pain medications are a serious problem for a few people.
KAOL FIRST LEGO League team, Team #38620, “The Force,” would like to thank everyone for all of the community support.
The CASAs (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for children in Mohave County, would like to thank the personnel at Mattressland, especially Kris, the Store Manager at Mattressland, 4290 Stockton Hill.
In a few short years the KAA has been successful in turning the Kingman Airport in to a “s---hole,” as our nation’s leader would say.
The Community View regarding the “Women’s March” presented an amusing opinion.
Seriously? Sin tax on girl scout cookies? Seriously?
A few days ago I heard on the news that they are planning a trip to Mars.
At 2 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19, I woke up hearing coyotes yipping.
Education funding is a hot topic at the state capitol this year.
Standing tall in the brown dry-parched desert is a commercial water-well drilling rig, only two miles from the entrance to the Kingman airport.
“In general, I’m not against the vote,” Lingenfelter responded to a question from one of about 50 citizens attending the forum.
The Elks Lodge #468 in Kingman continues to make their presence known in Kingman and surrounding areas when they gave out at least 108 large food baskets with all sorts of canned, boxed, and bagged goods as well as frozen turkeys and hams.
This interesting and important question was raised by Tyler Angle in an op-ed that was printed in the Daily Miner on Jan. 11. Unfortunately, Angle failed to really answer his own question.
Victor is a Korean War veteran.
Why is it they always add a new tax to pay for things that don’t matter?
On Jan. 21 and 22, thousands of women will take to the streets of cities both large and small all around the globe in solidarity with the second annual Women’s March on Washington.
Vic Riccardi’s crime is an interesting story.
- Elderly woman loses $2K in Smith’s parking lot
- Truck crashes, falls onto train tracks off of Hualapai Mountain Road
- UPDATED: Truck crashes, falls onto train tracks off of Hualapai Mountain Road
- *** UPDATED *** Truck crashes, falls onto train tracks off of Hualapai Mountain Road
- 2 injured in small gas explosion at Castle Rock Bar and Grill
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- Murder suspect's accomplice pleads guilty in Cranston case
- A chance of snow comes to Kingman
- Man killed by Kingman Police Saturday night
- Tyler Stice disappeared on his way to work
- Kingman man tied up and had vehicle stolen, police say
- Half-Staff notification for Wednesday, Feb. 7
- Overturned truck at Beale Street and Interstate 40 causing traffic delays
- MAGNET reports $8,000 in drugs seized
- MCSO asks for help investigating found body behind Kingman airport
- Man killed when his truck was hit by a train in Hackberry
- Two arrested in connection with Fort Mohave double homicide