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Collisions with cows – there are no winners

The majority of cattle in our area are free range, and many ranchers lease public lands from the Bureau of Land Management

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Are we honestly alone?

"Captain Butch’s log of the Federation Star Ship Golden Valley, star date 79320.1 (Jan. 19, 2018).

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Upcoming golf tournament supports MCSO K-9 Program

Mohave County Sheriff’s K-9 Foundation officials announced they are partnering with Los Lagos Golf Club in Fort Mohave

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Standpipe customers of Golden Valley Improvement District have new payment mechanism

How water-haul customers pay for water at Golden Valley Improvement District (GVID) Standpipe No. 1, located at Bolsa Drive and Estrella Road, will be changing.

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Don’t become a statistic | December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

Be sure to allow a friend to drive after you’ve consumed too much alcohol

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, be sure to allow a friend to drive after you’ve consumed too much alcohol

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Golden Valley Photo | GV Fire Department comes together for Christmas

Coming together for a Christmas dinner

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Community View | Taking back Golden Valley Improvement District control from Mohave County government isn’t the answer

A small group of citizens began a petition-signature drive to take back control of GVID.

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Give Back | Toys for Tots in full swing to bring Christmas to children in need

The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program is in full swing throughout the U.S. to bring joy to more families in need this holiday season.

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The Christmas spirit is alive in Golden Valley

It seems just like yesterday that Chris and I finished taking down the decorations from our 2016 Christmas display, packed them up, put them into storage, and thought we had a year-long breather.

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So-Hi Estates gets neighborhood watch

Mohave County District 4 Supervisor Jean Bishop joined the proud residents of So-Hi Estates for the dedication of their new Neighborhood Watch Community sign Tuesday.

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