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Biasiucci stands for constitutional rights, fiscal conservatism

As a family business owner in Lake Havasu City, Republican state representative candidate Leo Biasiucci doesn’t believe regulating water use for agricultural purposes is the answer to protecting water rights in Mohave and La Paz counties.

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School staff’s paid holidays depend on how many months they work

Some support staff at Kingman Unified School District complained to Rep. Gina Cobb that they hadn’t been paid for the Labor Day and Memorial Day holidays after receiving a 4 percent pay raise earlier this year, essentially negating their raises.

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Nearly 2,000 join together for Walk Away From Drugs event

Somewhere between 1,700 and 2,000 anti-drug activists took part in the 12th annual Walk Away From Drugs on Wednesday, starting at Firefighters Memorial Park, Mother Road Harley-Davidson and Smith’s Food and Drug and walking about half a mile to Centennial Park.

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Judge grants more money for Rector’s defense, ignores motion to stay

Judge Lee Jantzen granted a motion Friday to authorize additional funding for the defense in the first-degree murder case of Justin James Rector, which has already cost the state an estimated $800,000 in legal fees.

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Classic car restoration takes time and patience, but mostly money

Everybody's got their dream car, and for many, it dates back to the 1950s and '60s, the eara of classic American muscle cars.

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Political newcomer McCord Robinson won’t accept ‘status quo’

She's making her first run at political office with water, education and health care as her platform.

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County forms public lands commission to focus on off-road trails

Each supervisor will appoint two members, and Hildy Angius was voted to lead the commission.

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Rattler mountain bike race rescheduled following washout of trails

The date for the fifth annual Route 66 Rattler Race has been changed from Saturday to Nov. 17 after most of the trails were washed out from the recent storm, the chairman of the organizing group said Tuesday.

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Supervisors decide to join opioid litigation with conditions on money

Mohave County Supervisor Hildy Angius agreed that nobody likes the national lawsuit against manufacturers of opioid-based medications, but it’s going to happen and the county needs to join the litigation if it wants a share of any potential settlement.

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CD music format appears to be on death bed, but still showing a pulse

They get scratched, broken and trashed, but old records never die. Vinyl recordings end up in the hands of collectors, on shelves at used record stores and vintage shops, and listed on eBay, often selling for multiples of the original price.

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