Hubble Ray Smith

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Mohave Republican Forum endorses Yee for state treasurer

State Senate majority leader Kimberly Yee says she'll bring fiscally conservative background to the office.

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Facebook video not enough for police to arrest man in park

Kingman Deputy Police Chief Rusty Cooper said there is no law against public intoxication in Arizona.

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New home sales slow as prices creep into “bubble” territory

Home sales have slowed across the nation after a busy spring, and higher prices in certain markets are giving buyers cold feet as they fret about another housing bubble.

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BLM gathering wild burros in Bullhead City for adoption

The Bureau of Land Management is rounding up wild burros in Bullhead City, an effort that began in June, with more gathers planned next week in Cibola and the Parker Strip.

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Free pass from jail: Civil rights groups split over bail reform bill

Bernie Sanders introduces a bill to use computer algorithms to determine jail release conditions.

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Judge candidates appeal to voters on ethics, impartialities

The Mohave Republican Forum heard from Virginia Crews, Eric Gordon and Mohave County Attorney Matt Smith, speaking on behalf of Lenore Knudson.

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Ward calls out McSally for backtracking on border wall, Trump support

U.S. Senate candidate Kelli Ward has launched a website exposing Republican primary opponent Martha McSally for her “phony campaign conservatism.”

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County adopts final 2018-2019 budget with no change in tax rates

Final budget totals $276.2 million, with $88.2 million attributed to the general fund

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Supervisors support water committee, question consultant’s hours

Former Development Services Director Nick Hont working as consultant on behalf of Mohave County.

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Supervisors hold tax rates steady for flood control, library and TV districts

The Mohave County Board of Supervisors approved tax rates for the Flood Control District, Free Library District and Television District for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 that are the same as the rates adopted last year

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