American Woodmark employees are putting together a health and wellness program after attending a workshop in May presented by Healthy Arizona Worksites Program in Phoenix.
Build it, and they won’t come.
Ramon Torres has been banging the drums for more than 50 years, playing with touring bands in Southern California before moving to Kingman in 1991 where he’s shared his talent with a number of local bands, most recently The Riptides.
John Bryant, a former facilities manager and engineer in Southern California, was appointed Tuesday to fill the vacancy for the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District governing board by a unanimous 4-0 vote.
Her bond was reduced to $200,000 Tuesday, a fair amount based on the seriousness of the charges, Mohave County Superior Court Judge Billy Sipe said.
Wallace allegedly admitted to the crime and was offered a plea agreement to second-degree murder with a maximum sentence of 25 years. He opted for a jury trial, originally set for October 2016, and faces life in prison if convicted.
Mighty Casey has struck out, but there’s still plenty of joy in Mudville, or in this case Firefighter’s Memorial Park, where mud runners will slosh their way through an obstacle course Thursday in the 40th annual Mighty Mud Mania presented by Kingman Parks and Recreation.
The shelter at 950 Buchanan St. is overcrowded with dogs doubling up and tripling up in some of the kennels, which helps get them adopted because people can see they get along with other dogs, Snyder said.
The Nation of Patriots formed in 2008 and launched their Patriot Tour the next year, carrying the U.S. flag through 48 states. This year’s tour started May 19 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.
About 1,500 people showed up for the July Fourth Extravaganza
During the road trip, the organization will share stories of historic sites along Route 66 and build support for the National Historic Trail designation. It’s scheduled to come through Kingman July 29-31.
Normally, Sheriff Doug Schuster would not advise citizens to fire their weapons to break up fights, but in the case of Sherry King, it was a life-saving moment for which she was awarded a plaque at Monday’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
Mohave County’s economic development director will receive a 10 percent increase to his current salary of $67,496, and will report to the county manager, not Development Services, the Board of Supervisors decided Monday.
With temperatures expected to top out around 97 degrees on the Fourth of July, a dip in the city swimming pool sounds refreshing before settling in for the night of fireworks as we celebrate our nation’s Declaration of Independence.
The county has come under criticism by Golden Valley resident Jacquelyn Chevalier, who spoke during the public comment period about animal control officers “busting” into her home in December and seizing several of her dogs.
Sheriff says 70-year-old's warning shot got suspect's attention
About one-third of overnight guests come to Kingman with an interest in hiking trails, and for younger groups, it climbs to about half, Noble said.
State representative candidate Jennifer Jones-Esposito hasn’t given up on her recall effort of Mohave County Supervisor Jean Bishop, though she fell short of her signature goal to give her a safe margin on the validation count, she said Friday.
A motion filed on behalf of the City of Kingman requesting that a complaint against Kingman Airport Authority be transferred from Mohave Superior Court Judge Charles Gurtler to Judge Steve Moss has been denied.
There’s a horseshoe tournament and barbecue cook-off, Fourth of July staples in Oklahoma where Woods was raised. Other fun events include a cornhole tournament, Kingman Fire Department tug-of-war, water slides, dunking booths, watermelon-eating contest, games for the children and beer garden for the adults, all for $5 a carload (contest entry fees and water slide wristbands are an additional $5).
Anyone who’s lived here for any length of time understands the historical significance of Route 66, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation wants to make sure the Mother Road goes on forever.
“I was driving by it one day and thought what a waste that the woman who owned it was letting it be empty and what a cute daycare center it would make,” Herd said.
Jones-Esposito failed to turn in the required 2,897 valid signatures to Mohave County Elections Office by June 22.
The award is “in recognition of his commitment to excellence and provision of high quality legal representation.”
Attorney representing City details six counts including theft, racketeering and violation of fiduciary duties
Wienke’s career in the dental field is surpassed only by his untiring public service in the community, said Roxanne Freiday, who worked 38 years for him.
He lingered for about a month fighting to stay alive, even though he couldn’t eat or swallow, said his widow, Sandra.
Survey to gauge interest in extending KART’s yellow route that goes as far as the Route 66 Station on Thompson Avenue.
The final management conference for Alfredo Gerardo Blanco, who is charged with murder, is scheduled for Sept. 10.
Lia Mitchell’s view of the mountains and desert landscape from her home on Rancho Road is now impeded by a 60-foot steel structure being built by Scot Industries, an industrial encroachment that’s got her nose a little bent.
The Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District is looking at hiring a recruitment firm in its search for a new fire chief to replace Wayne Eder, whose was fired in May.
“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.”
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Kingman's arch arrives over Beale Street
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.
Mary McCord Robinson, running for her first political office, feels she’s truly in touch with the wants and wishes of Mohave County citizens.
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.
Rep. Paul Mosley, R-Lake Havasu City, was among 14 state legislators who received a grade of A+ from the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, and the only representative from Legislative District 5 with a perfect grade.
A new airline is coming to Laughlin-Bullhead City International Airport with scheduled flights to Phoenix, picking up a route that failed for American Airlines last year and others before it.
State Sen. Gail Griffin and Rep. Rusty Bowers will hold a public meeting to discuss agricultural water issues at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors took no action Monday regarding the withholding of information
More than 20 people wearing yellow Kelli Ward T-shirts showed up for the early morning rally and asked her about a number of issues.
Ed Pyrzynski, secretary of Mohave County Democratic Party, said Luna-Wolfe had a true concern and passion for people. She felt the need for cooperation and organization to get things done.
Mohave County Attorney’s Office sent a complaint to the State Bar of Arizona alleging that attorney Joseph Osmond of the Utah-based law firm Kirton and McConkie has engaged in unauthorized practice of law in Arizona by failing to report child abuse.
Larry Thornton believes as much in Kingman’s future as he does in Jesus Christ, having purchased a little over 2 acres on Hualapai Mountain Road under the name Joshua 1:8 Investments LLC to expand his heating, plumbing and air conditioning business.
The Board of Supervisors on Monday unanimously approved hiring a park ranger and eliminating a facility grounds worker at an estimated additional cost of $9,776.