The road has been long, but Shellie and Bill have made it home at last
For Diane Pherigo, local Realtor, that July day started just like any other
As Christmas approaches and the first semester ends, Kingman High School has one final theatrical performance before the holidays.
It’s time to start nominating local women for the 34th annual “Women Making History” award.
The sun was shining almost as bright as the smiles on the children’s faces at Santa’s Hualapai Wonderland in the Hualapai Mountain Park Saturday.
No one asks to be harassed. No one wants to be assaulted.
Thanksgiving is a time of togetherness and gratitude.
Out with the old: MCC’s MC4 Computer Club and City of Kingman Public Works are hosting a technology recycling drive Saturday
What happens to technology when it gets old?
Kingman Cancer Care Unit annual Arts and Crafts Fair is more than a fundraiser, it’s about community
A few months, a year, even a few years can pass, but when vendors and shoppers see each other at the Kingman Cancer Care Unit’s 42nd annual craft fair, time won’t matter.
KHS is going on to the state championships
Kingman High School’s Marching Band Exhibition was a platform to show off marching and musical talents
The wind was biting and the event was starting late. Mohave High School’s bus had broken down on the way.
Ever wondered what the walls of your home would say if they could speak? Would they tell stories of other families from across the decades?
"That’s what it’s all about, doors and sardines. Getting on, getting off. Getting the sardines on, getting the sardines off. That’s farce. That’s - that’s the theater. That’s life."
June 30, 2013. An unassuming day in history for most of the U.S. But for people in Arizona that day in 2013 was one of great loss.
October is cancer awareness month, and I can’t help but reflect on the effects these deadly diseases have had on my family and me.
A Route 66 Wine Festival is making its debut appearance downtown this weekend.
A new youth center that focuses on peer interaction is set to open in northern Kingman the first Friday of November.
For Pastor Bob Peet, it isn’t about religion. It’s about giving youth a safe place.
In a special meeting Tuesday, Council tackles the interchanges discussion
KINGMAN – City Manager John Dougherty will get to continue working until the end of his contract after a 4-3 vote failed to put him on administrative leave.
When only 20 percent of arson cases result in an arrest, what do we really know about the local firebug?
Fire is a beautiful, destructive force. In a manner of minutes, an entire forest can be aflame or an abandoned house could be engulfed. Some fires are accidents, some are not.
The decision to not renew City Manager John Dougherty’s contract was based on his self-evaluation, an aggregate council evaluation and an “inability to adequately achieve the performance measures and expectations set forth by the Council,” Mayor Monica Gates wrote in an email to the Daily Miner.
Computers are everywhere.
KINGMAN – After an executive session Sept. 19, Kingman City Council voted not to renew city manager John Dougherty’s contract. This decision, which came after a shocking performance evaluation earlier in September, was not surprising to Dougherty.
It was a brisk Saturday evening outside the Desert Diamond Distillery, though the chill didn’t deter people from enjoying cocktails and cigars on the patio.
This was my first Mohave County Fair, and I have to say, it was quite the experience.
For millions of years, gender roles have existed in society. And there has always been those who rebel against those roles.
The religious landscape is being shaped by millennials, and it is showing a decline
People are no longer identifying with religious affiliations, Christianity is declining and younger adults, or millennials, are shaping that landscape
Globally, there are only 15 percent of people who are affected by migraines.
A few weeks ago, I saw something that deeply perturbed me.
KINGMAN – The GenK Arizona Town Hall Community Collaboration Session was fruitful, according to those who were at the Last Chance Readout Monday.
Monday will be the first time in almost 100 years a solar eclipse has passed over the entire U.S.
According to NASA’s website, the last time a total eclipse touched the U.S. was in 1979
Left, right or center – liberal, conservative or moderate – politics do not belong anywhere in tragedy.
I remember the first time I had “the talk” at school.
With monthly events and numerous things to do downtown throughout the year, it seems as though downtown should be thriving and bustling.
Mental health illnesses are not a joke, especially when it leads to someone committing suicide.
Drug trafficking organizations have been deeply rooted in American history.
Visual art comes in all shapes and sizes.
Wildflower season has produced several beautiful works of art, from photos to watercolors to quilted lilies.
In February of 2016, one iconic body changed dramatically.
The "Casablanca" fan waited until the last possible minute to give up his bench
People might describe his bench attitude as sarcastic, but the Honorable Judge Steven Conn said he just likes doesn’t like to be overly serious.
It’s gonna be over 100 degrees again today.
When most people see the Hoover Dam, they don’t think high fashion.
It’s a passion, an art and a business for the husband and wife team
Life is full of happy accidents.
Tourist. A word that, for many, means long lines, gawking outsiders and obstructed pathways.
Play Turns into Massive Industry: Videogames are not just pasttimes, they are becoming a lucrative profession
Sport. Noun. “Physical activity engaged in for pleasure.”
Entertainment media can be very influential, especially on young people.
The Millennial generation is the biggest in U.S. history – yes, even bigger than the Baby Boomers.