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Grand jury indicts Blanco for Sid Cranston murder

Al Blanco, accused of murdering real estate Sid Cranston and burying his body on a ranch, was indicted by the Mohave County grand jury Thursday on first-degree murder charges.

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An American family ... of the Old and Wild West variety

The tales of Arizona outlaw Tap Duncan have been rehashed hundreds of times over the last 125 years, by everybody and their brother, sister and distant cousin, and now the families will reunite in Meadview to face the skeletons in their closet.

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Jamie Taylor steps down from Sandbox, rallies group to keep on

KINGMAN – Jamie Taylor is stepping down as leader of the Sandbox, a loosely formed group of downtown stakeholders organized three years ago to promote business and economic development.

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Stolen home returned to owners

Someone had stolen their guest home, lifted it from the foundation, set it on a trailer and hauled it about 15 miles down the road.

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City unveils 'one stop shop' for permits, plans

City and fire officials met with contractors Thursday morning to explain a new “one-stop shop” concept for obtaining building permits and plan approvals.

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Neon signs are center of attention

Sounds of Kingman is presenting a free program on Arizona’s history of neon signs at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Mohave County Museum of History and Arts, 400 W. Beale St.

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From retiring to consulting: Outgoing county Development Services Director becoming $66,000 consultant

Mohave County Supervisor Hildy Angius understands that Nick Hont has done an “awesome” job as director of Development Services, and she’s truly sorry that he’s retiring in February.

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Two storms will impact Kingman through the weekend

The first of a pair of Pacific storms was expected to hit the region today, followed by a short break and then a second storm over the weekend, the National Weather Service reported.

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Telemedicine: A convenient alternative

Some Medicare patients now have a convenient alternative to scheduling a doctor’s appointment, driving to the office and waiting for their name to be called for routine health care.

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Supes deny permit for property owner’s 21 dogs

Dominique Davis was denied her request for a special use permit to allow 21 dogs on her 40-acre property in the Fort Rock area, even though she had never received any complaints from neighbors or been cited by animal control.

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