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Library’s summer reading program expands beyond books

“I’ve been coming for years and I love it,” Forman said. “The socialization … it’s nice to meet new people. We’ve done earrings with beads and safety pins. I sent some to (family in) St. Louis. We’ve done book markers and Bible wreaths. They do a lot.”

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BLM gathering 60 wild burros from Bullhead City for adoption

The Bureau of Land Management is rounding up about 60 wild burros in the Bullhead City area for adoption over the next three weeks. The roundup, which started June 15, comes after private landowners and county officials expressed concerns about a string of incidents involving wild burros.

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Forecasters see below-normal precipitation for monsoon season

The three-month outlook on precipitation probability from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows dark green areas in the Northeast and along the Atlantic Coast, where probability is 100 percent.

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Ward spreading message on immigration, health care, jobs

Her message was pretty much the same: shore up the border by building a wall; repeal the Affordable Care Act; protect Americans’ gun rights; and support President Donald Trump.

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Police detain couple for questioning of cash lost at Walmart

Police detectives descended on a home in the 2100 block of East Snavely Avenue and took two people into custody Tuesday afternoon for questioning over $170,000

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NACFD director Collins points out $1 million debt left by Eder

The audits, conducted by James Saunders CPA of Glendale, showed an unreserved fund balance of $165,181 in 2007, with expenditures about $50,000 over existing income.

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Kingman Photo | Welcome Arch Gets Installed

Kingman's arch arrives over Beale Street

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Route 66 brings visitors from around the country and world

Our main tourist attraction is Route 66, which has as much international appeal as domestic, launching nostalgic and historic trips across America for thousands of travelers each year.

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McCord Robinson running for state rep to fulfill wants and wishes

Mary McCord Robinson, running for her first political office, feels she’s truly in touch with the wants and wishes of Mohave County citizens.

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Canyon 66 employees can’t cash paychecks under new management

Employees at Canyon 66 Restaurant and Lounge have again been stiffed on their paychecks after a change in management under bankruptcy receivership, one worker told the Daily Miner. Marina Brown, a former server at Canyon 66, said she worked there until this week and was issued paychecks that can’t be cashed, including her tips.

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