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2017 Andy Devine Days (Photos by Aaron Ricca/Daily Miner)

KINGMAN – The Downtown Historic District was jam-packed Friday evening and most of Saturday for the Andy Devine Days celebration. Most of the action was on Beale and Fourth streets. The festivities really kicked off with the Tractor Supply Company’s Human Strength Tractor Pull staged between Black Bridge Brewery and Floyd’s and Company Real Pit BBQ. The Jonathan Lee Band put on a concert worthy of a national headliner between Rickety Cricket and The Farmhouse. Just about any downtown business that was open was filled with curious and paying customers and the UniSource Energy Vendor Row arts, crafts and food would satisfy anyone from early Christmas shoppers to someone on drugs. Saturday’s Andy Devine Days Parade had 73 entrees and lasted a solid hour and a half. Beale Street was crawling with families enjoying food, beverages, mechanical bull rides and bungee jumping. The Miners Mineral Monument was officially dedicated and sealed, with time capsules and photos of those involved in the project placed inside. The cool autumn weather hit the spot and everyone seemed to have a blast before the frigid winds of fall and winter blow through.

Prep cross country - September 20, 2017

The Kingman High School cross country team hosted Lee Williams, Kingman Academy and a number of other high schools during a meet Wednesday at KHS.

Lee Williams, Kingman girls golf - September 19, 2017

The Lee Williams and Kingman high school girls golf teams played their final home match of the season Tuesday at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course. Lady Vol Paige Lucero shot a 3-over-par 39 to take first place, while Lady Bulldog Gisele Jablonski shot a 60 to take 10th place. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Palo Christi Open House

KINGMAN – Photos inside and out of Palo Christi Elementary School show the potential for it to become a central city complex. Thanks to the efforts of Kingman’s Historical Preservation Committee and Kingman Unified School District, over the course of two hours, approximately 160 people from former teachers, Kingman regulars and children roamed the halls, revisited their old classrooms, gazed over downtown from the large windows, peeked into the underground furnace rooms and scampered up playground equipment. The historic schoolhouse was originally built in 1928, with additions throughout the years, and officially closed as a school in 2013. Photos by Aaron Ricca

2017 Mohave County Fair

There was plenty of fun to be had at the 2017 Mohave County Fair from live entertainment, food, rides, animals and exhibits. (Photos by Aaron Ricca/Miner)

Kingman Academy football vs. Camp Verde - September 15, 2017

The Kingman Academy football team cruised to a 48-0 win over Camp Verde Friday night. Kekoa Makaiwi-Stroup led the Tigers (2-2, 1-0 2A Central Region) with four passing touchdowns, including three to Gabe Imus. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Lee Williams football vs. Kingman Academy - September 8, 2017

The Lee Williams football team stopped Kingman Academy on a two-point conversion with two minutes to play Friday night to hold on for a 21-20 win in the City Championship. Vols running back Paul Giglio ran for two scores, while Hunter Sturgill caught a touchdown pass. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Lee Williams volleyball at Kingman - September 7, 2017

The Lee Williams High School volleyball team swept Kingman High Thursday night 3-0, (25-12, 25-4, 25-5). The Lady Vols improve to 4-0 with the win, while the Lady Bulldogs fall to 0-3. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Kingman Academy football vs. Kingman, Sept. 1, 2017

Kingman Academy defeated Kingman 48-6 to improve to 1-1, and the Bulldogs fell to 1-2.

Lee Williams football vs. Dysart - September 1, 2017

The Lee Williams football team improved to 2-0 Friday night with a 22-10 victory over Dysart. AJ Herrera threw two touchdown passes to Hunter Sturgill and also rushed for a score. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Kingman Academy at Lee Williams - August 31, 2017

The Lee Williams volleyball team picked up a 3-0 win, (25-16, 25-20, 25-20), over rival Kingman Academy Thursday night to improve to 2-0 on the season. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Kingman Academy volleyball vs. River Valley - August 29, 2017

The Kingman Academy volleyball team swept River Valley 3-0, (25-8, 25-10, 25-12), Tuesday night to give Bill McCord his first win as volleyball coach. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Kingman at Lee Williams - August 25, 2017

The Lee Williams football team opened its season Friday night with a 38-0 win over rival Kingman High School. Paul Giglio scored twice for the Vols, while Enzo Marino, Donnie Sims, Edmond Ashton and AJ Herrera also tallied touchdowns in the shutout win. Photos by Shawn Byrne.

Kingman vs. Joy Christian - August 18, 2017

The Kingman football team picked up a 26-6 win over Joy Christian in its season opener Friday night. Austin Dias and Darrell Mitchell each scored two touchdowns for Kingman. Mitchell finished with 131 yards rushing, while Dias added 110 yards on the ground. Kyle Ferguson caught two passes for 84 yards to lead the Bulldogs in receiving. Photos by Shawn Byrne.

TrialGP USA Qualification, July 28

TrialGP USA held its qualification trials Friday at Hualapai Mountain Park. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Lee Williams football practice, July 27

The Lee Williams football team practiced in shoulder pads and helmets for the first time Thursday afternoon. Photos by Beau Bearden.

KUSD First Day of School, July 26, 2017

Kingman Unified School District started the school year off with the usual whirlwind of chaos Wednesday. Photos by Aaron Ricca

KUSD Registration

KUSD schools start back up Monday, July 24. Students registered last week at Kingman High School, Lee Williams High School, White Cliffs Middle School and Kingman Middle School. Photos by Beau Bearden.

Carley vigil, July 18

Friends and family gathered Tuesday to remember 4-year-old Dustyn Thomas Carley following his tragic death last week. Photos by Aaron Ricca.

Kingman Rebels youth football camp, July 15

The Kingman Rebels youth football program hosted day one of a two-day camp Saturday at Centennial Park. Photos by Beau Bearden.

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