In the past year, Kingman and the surrounding community have been painted as havens for racists and their brand of hatred and discontent.
Jennie Bauters, one of the wealthiest women of the Arizona Territory, met a grisly end
Murder is often brought about when looking at history. It is an act that is almost always violent and almost always unjustified
The nature of artists
At the very core of humanity, there exists a connection with nature. Humans are a part of the natural world and are made of nature.
The 2017-2018 school year for Kingman Middle School wasn’t the best, at least in terms of a letter grade. The Arizona Department of Education issued the school an “F” based on the AzMerit test results.
Palo Christi is back in the limelight, but just what makes this historic school so important to Kingman?
Palo Christi currently sits empty, only the echoes of the past haunt its halls.
Essentials for Super Bowl party decorations and food, fun
It’s that time of the year when people gather around the TV to watch two teams battle it out to see who will be world champions.
During the First Friday treasure hunt, these artists will be demonstrating their creative process at the ArtHub, 402 E. Beale St.
As a “wild west” town full of prospectors in the late 1800s, it isn’t surprising that a red-light district would have flourished in Kingman, at least for a while
A glimpse into the sordid past of Kingman, the red-light district that flourished downtown, and the woman who ruled the area like a queen.
Sweet Tooth Satisfaction
It’s time for Thin Mints, Samoas and Do-si-dos. The Girl Scouts have begun their annual Girl Scout Cookie Program, when they sell cookies for the next six weeks.
The Santa Fe engine and its caboose rest between two major highways, but how did it get there?
It may be a monument in Kingman, but it is also a monument to Kingman. To the heart of the community, the hard-working citizens, the proud families and business owners, it represents the sturdy spirit that makes up those living in the desert.