Kingmanites Don’t Have Far To Go To Know When It’s Hot
As hands sear at the touch of hot steering wheels, sandals stick to sidewalks glued by melted gum and temptations to bake cookies on dashboards swarm the imagination, we pass daily arrogant reminders of how hot Arizona summers are.
Mohave County Democrats have their work cut out for them.
If you you have it tough at your job, spend a hot day in a weed-filled wash.
Diana LaPier and Andra Goldberg are two of the few women to succeed in STEM-related fields and careers
Despite many obstacles in their way and people telling them they can’t, women are moving into STEM fields in the workforce.
The Kingman RC Modelers Club will hold their 2017 Kingman RC Warbird Pylon Race beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday south of the Kingman Airport.
Arnold Plaza on Oak Street is one step closer to becoming a central hub of help for homeless and unemployed veterans.
The Kingman Police Department Junior Police Academy hit the paintball range for a fun-filled team building exercise Monday.
The Kingman El Palacio Mexican restaurant went into panic mode Monday afternoon after miscommunication turned into a social media firestorm with claims that the restaurant refused lunchtime service to two DPS troopers.
Expect delays if you’re driving Airway and Beverly avenues this week.
The only thing hotter than the continuing heat wave this weekend was the chili in the Hualapai Mountains.
CW2 Kevin Burcham, who graduated from Kingman High School in 2003, pilots a UH-60 Blackhawk
A 2003 Kingman High School graduate paid a visit to his hometown in a way most can only dream.
Warrant Officer II Kevin Burcham, a 2003 Kingman High School graduate, piloted a Blackhawk helicopter into Kingman Airport.
Folks enjoyed a cool Friday night outside.
People and dogs enjoy what’s left of the daylight before hitting the trail at the Howl at the Moon 5K run and walk.
While most people think of authors as hard drinking, chain smoking recluses typing away furiously at their great American masterpiece, a Lake Havasu City author was getting through her first year in high school.
Colt Romberger carrying flag for ‘Expedition Orange’ and fight against effects of Agent Orange
Cliff Romberger served in Vietnam from 1970 to 1971 and died in 2015 of a brain disease as a result of exposure to Agent Orange.
Almost everyone with a hook in the water at this year’s Fishing for Smiles event at the Dunton family’s Fort Rock Ranch got a bite at some point.
A cat crisis is brewing in Kingman.
The newest resident of White Cliffs Senior Living home was laying on her back waiting for a belly scratch Monday afternoon.
After fighting fire early Friday evening, KFD called back out just hours later for fire downtown
Two mobile homes were destroyed and two more threatened during a fire not far from the site of the fire that knocked out phone and internet service last month.
Between the defense needing more experts and the prosecution wanting a mental health exam, it was almost a repeat of Justin James Rector’s March status hearing.
White and gray smoke filled the late afternoon western Kingman sky Friday.
It’s a craze that’s gaining momentum like a rockslide.
The Kingman Municipal Court Veterans Treatment Program got a visit from U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Arizona Wednesday afternoon.
Most of the flags are down and the somber mood long gone.
Escorts by local law enforcement agencies made for a smoother ride for Run for the Wall motorcyclists this year.
Streets with newly applied blacktop harnessed the afternoon heat, but didn’t keep classic cars and car aficionados from motoring downtown to the Chillin’ on Beale block party Saturday night.
Saturday’s Howlin’ in the Hualapais, a Western Arizona Humane Society fundraiser, was a success.
The second-ever graduating class of Lee Williams High School endured strong winds Thursday night, but their excitement was stronger.
Frank Dazzo must’ve had someone watching over him the day he was almost fatally stabbed by a Texas man on Mother’s Day.
A new wave of academic achievers has finished high school and is slowly getting ready for the shift to college life.
The fire that disrupted cellphone and internet services Wednesday night and why communications were so easily knocked out is still under investigation.
The 2017 graduating class of Kingman Academy High School had the luxury of air conditioning for their ceremony Wednesday night.
A fire north of Interstate 40 near Kingman Regional Medical Center damaged a fiber optics line that affected cell phone service for Verizon and Sprint customers as well as Suddenlink internet customers Wednesday night.
A local tattoo artist and musician fed up with the lack of money for local high school bands put her talents to use – and raised nearly $4,000 in the process.
Kingman Academy High School students showed their support for law enforcement this week.
Sign-ups set the stage for the June 3 event
If you or your kids want to get out and fish, but don’t have the time or tackle, a chance to jump on board is coming up.
It was the third meeting in as many months, and the Kingman Progressive Alliance continues to grow.
The City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Department is gearing up to get you and your kids involved in its numerous activities this summer.
Ed Hall and his daughter, Krista, from Tampa, Florida, check out the assortment of model trains at the Kingman Railroad Museum during National Train Day Saturday.
The All Beauty College cosmetology school teamed up with the Kingman High School’s “S” Club to provide affordable haircuts and perms for two prom weekends in April.
The District 1 Mohave County Democrats held their monthly meeting at Calico’s Tuesday night, and the district is looking for more ways to bring the political minority’s presence into the public forum.
If there’s one thing kids need after a day of learning and running through the halls burning calories, it’s food.
Local school districts explain they are doing everything to keep kids safe
Recent threats of violence at Kingman schools have some parents on edge, but district officials want to ensure the public that they’re ready to take action in the event of the worst.
Outgoing Mohave Arms Collector’s Association President Jerry Haworth handed the reins of leadership over to newly elected president Rick Mays at their April meeting.
Kingman Middle School students got a dose of blue and gold May 2.
Last year it was rain. This year it was wind.
Louis Shannon elevated by Honor Flight Southern Nevada with trip to Washington, DC
He’s seen the worst of what humans can do to each other.
Two Thursdays ago, the transmission in my 2007 Ford Focus decided 160,000 some-odd miles were enough.
The Kingman Fire Department is looking for community feedback and invites the public to their yearly community stakeholders strategic planning sessions May 3.