Kerry Raymond has helped raise more than $120,000 for student scholarships through the Mohave Community College Foundation, including a record $30,000 last year, assisting some 150 students in furthering their education over the last seven years.
But they do need to be taken seriously
Jamming full-bore down a desert trail on an ATV is a blast until you clip a rock, slip off the trail and tumble down an arroyo, maybe even flip head-first into a boulder.
Mohave County is at the “end of the line” on its contingency fund as the state Legislature continues to sweep county funds to balance the budget, Supervisor Gary Watson said Thursday.
Six new trees to replace others that were blown down in storms
The Cerbat Garden Club, in conjunction with Kingman Clean City Commission, is inviting the community to a celebration of Arbor Day at 10 a.m. Saturday at Metcalfe Park, 315 W. Beale St.
With ear-piercing screeching and shrieking coming from some 80 macaws, cockatiels and Amazon parrots, there’s no sneaking up on Earl and Kathie Engelhardt’s rural home a bird squawk away from Love’s Truck Stop.
The search for adequate water supply has always been a struggle in Arizona, a state that’s rich in minerals, but poor in water quality because much of it is pumped from underground aquifers.
Bringing real life into the classroom is engaging students
Kingman Middle School math teacher Joy Lightner took advantage of her students’ interest in the NCAA basketball tournament to show how math plays a part in everyday life.
Mohave Superior Court Judge Charles Gurtler has been appointed to the Supreme Court of Arizona to replace a judge who recused himself in the pending civil case of Jeffrey Hamblen vs. Winslow Memorial Hospital.
Jim Hinckley continues to bang the drum for Route 66, working toward goals outlined in the Promote Kingman initiative and complementing efforts by the city’s tourism director.
Hualapai Mountain Park will be the scene for the TrialGP USA event July 26-31 after the Mohave County Board of Supervisors approved a facilities use permit as part of the consent agenda at Monday’s regular meeting.