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Judge declines special action from Kingman Airport Authority lawyer

The attorney representing Kingman Airport Authority filed a special action Thursday in the Court of Appeals against Mohave County Superior Court Judge Moss and the City of Kingman.

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Chairman survey: Why are they Republican?

The Republican leader said he’s got a great plan for Arizona, including hiring someone in each district to localize voter registration efforts.

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July murder trial set for Buddy Wallace

Buddy O’Brian Wallace, charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing of an elderly man in Yucca, did not appear at Monday’s pretrial conference, with his final pretrial conference set for July 9.

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Wells Fargo to close Beale Street branch

The Wells Fargo Bank branch at 302 E. Beale St. is closing at noon June 13, the manager confirmed Tuesday afternoon.

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Husband dies a week after Golden Valley fire claims his wife

A second victim has succumbed to smoke inhalation and other injuries from a March 4 mobile home fire in the 3000 block of McConnico Road.

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Judge allows more time for Daniel Stuart’s plea agreement

D’Arcy Downs-Vollbracht, representing Stuart, said she will meet with the prosecutor to review the facts and evidence.

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Candidates Gelbart, Branch lay out views on public education

Gelbart and Branch each gave a quick presentation on their backgrounds and qualifications in running for state school superintendent at Monday’s luncheon meeting of the Conservative Republican Club of Kingman, then took questions from the audience.

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Sup. Johnson lobbies for ‘true’ zero-based county budget

Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson has been pushing for a “zero-based budget” for three years now, and the Board of Supervisors has chosen Development Services as the test department.

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When decency collides with homelessness

Jay is trying to put being homeless behind him. He just needs that one break

He’s homeless, living out of his minivan, parking wherever he won’t be rousted, looking for odd jobs to get gas money and hoping to somehow rise from the demeaning rut that he fell into a few years ago.

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KMS culinary teacher cooking up ways to raise funds

The Kingman Middle School culinary teacher is launching an innovative adult cooking program to raise funds for her classroom’s food supply, which has grown since she started the cooking class, but still lacks some main ingredients.

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