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Repeal of new BLM rule could affect outdoors enthusiasts

'Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater'

John Hamill knows the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning 2.0 rule isn’t the sexiest subject in Washington, D.C., these days ...

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Column: Long vacant Monkey Butt tavern rebuilt into stylish Sundowner Bar & Grill

Minding Your Business

After sitting vacant for a couple years, the former BJ’s Monkey Butt tavern at 4400 Stockton Hill Road has reopened as the Sundowner under new owners Craig and Terri Bouchard.

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United Way: ‘What a charitable community we have’ in Kingman

Dawn Darby grew up in Kingman and went to high school here, then moved to Wyoming for 18 years.

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Kingman Cancer Care Unit Celebrates Its Sponsors & Volunteers

Doris Panik, vice president of the Kingman Cancer Care Unit, puts together an enchilada dinner ...

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The politics of pain - another side of the opioid story

It’s unfortunate that thousands of people die each year from opioid overdoses, and it’s unfortunate that hundreds of thousands of people who don’t need painkillers take them anyway in order to get high.

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Prescott man sees ‘on demand’ air service in Northern Arizona

Henry Gellerman of Prescott confidently believes there’s demand for air service from small towns in Northern Arizona to Las Vegas and Scottsdale.

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Board of Supervisors vote unanimously to help fund water study

Comprehensive USGS study will provide critical data on Mohave County water reality

While a legislative bill to monitor groundwater usage in Mohave County failed in its first attempt, the Board of Supervisors moved forward Tuesday on another study to show just how much water is being drained from the Hualapai Basin every year.

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Homeless population holds steady in Kingman, Bullhead; spikes in Lake Havasu City

A major segment of the homeless population in Mohave County struggles with mental illness, alcoholism and drug addictions.

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Licenses & Permits

Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending Feb. 10

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Using hypnosis to help treat myriad health issues

Mark Hopkins can’t hypnotize you into taking off your clothes or acting like a fool – that comes naturally for some of us – but he can sure put you to sleep.

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