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Kingman is hosting a vigil for Jeremy Duncan Monday night

A candlelight rock vigil will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at Firefighter’s Memorial Park

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Miner Editorial | Councilman Stuart Yocum needs to resign and Council needs to lead

Seven members of our community have been chosen, via the ballot or as a political appointee, to lead the City of Kingman. These seven, City Council, are the face of Kingman. Their desires to make Kingman a better place to live led them to their seats.

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Man involved in 2016 Kingman, New Mexico raids pleads guilty

The New Mexican said that in addition to his sentence, Smith will surrender $1 million, five properties and nine vehicles, along with paying $5,000 in community restitution and being fined the same amount.

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Lake Mead, Mohave rangers cracking down on litter

Spring break season is upon us and rangers at Lake Mead National Recreation area are cracking down on visitors who possess glass and Styrofoam.

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Local Best Western wins champion award

The Best Western Plus King's Inn and Suites (2930 Andy Devine Ave.) was presented with an award for demonstrating exceptional service.

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*** UPDATED *** Pedestrian killed in Golden Valley Monday was from out of state

The Department of Public Safety reported that the pedestrian killed Monday by a DPS patrol vehicle on Highway 68 was a 59-year-old man from out of state.

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Kingman students look to stamp out tobacco during Kick Butts Day

Local students will stand together today in opposition of big tobacco by participating in Kick Butts Day

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Fire causes $13,400 damage to Butler home

A single-wide mobile home in the Butler area was damaged by fire Sunday

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Prep Roundup: Lady Bulldogs pounce on Odyssey, 16-6

It was a hit parade for the Kingman High School softball team Thursday as the Lady Bulldogs racked up 23 base knocks in a convincing 16-6 win over Odyssey Institute.

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Hinckley to lead downtown walking tour of Route 66

Route 66 author and ambassador Jim Hinckley will lead his walking tour of historic downtown at 6 p.m. Saturday

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