Hubble Ray Smith

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County, state disagree on budget sweeps

When state Sen. Sonny Borrelli hears Mohave County officials crying about budget sweeps, it reminds him of his grandmother who told him he was a spoiled child anytime he complained about not having something.

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Heat wave here through weekend

The record-setting heat wave will continue throughout this week as the National Weather Service has extended its extreme heat warning through Sunday evening.

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Outdoor grilling season has arrived

Summer’s here, temperatures are sizzling and so are the backyard grills.

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Budget by tax increases on Monday’s BOS agenda

Adoption of a tentative budget with modifications and the possibility of quarter-cent excise tax are among the items on the Mohave County Board of Supervisors agenda for Monday.

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Local favorite sold to entertainment chain

Aquarius casino sold to Golden Entertainment of Las Vegas

The Aquarius Casino Resort in Laughlin is one of four properties acquired Monday by Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment.

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Chillin': Kingman's downtown car show returns Saturday

What started as a few dozen members of the Route 66 Cruizers car club gathering in a shopping center parking lot off Stockton Hill Road has evolved over the years into Chillin’ on Beale Street...

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City official resigns without warning

Jim McErlean, City of Kingman Building Department official, has resigned from his position six months after the department was folded into the Kingman Fire Department.

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UniSource makes a $20,000 splash

UniSource Energy Services, the leading provider of gas and electric utilities in the area, dedicated a $20,000 solar ramada Tuesday to power pumps for the Splash Pad at Cecil Davis Park.

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Livingston promises to end Common Core on her superindentent campaign

If elected as Arizona school superintendent, Tracy Livingston promises to end Common Core, funnel more dollars into the classrooms and bring real support to rural school districts.

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Lions, Lizards and Lambs, Oh My: People in Kingman don’t have to travel far in order to view wildlife

From the Hualapai Mountains to Lake Mead and the Colorado River, opportunities for viewing wildlife in Mohave County are bountiful and expansive.

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