Scott Preston wants the force to be with a couple hundred kids in Kingman
Donating for the future: A donation of reference materials to Kingman High School library by the Charles Bodden Jr. Family
Several books have been donated to Kingman High School in memory of KHS graduate Paul Kalanithi
As a 1995 classmate of the late Dr. Paul Kalanithi, Melissa Caton remembers a Kingman High School valedictorian who was outstanding in his achievements, yet humble and friendly, and someone who went out of his way to be a kind human being.
Central Arizona Project’s proposed purchase of farms within the Mohave Valley Irrigation and Drainage District has raised a few eyebrows among local officials.
Mohave County Sheriff Doug Schuster has a laundry list of goals for 2018 including pay raises and dog patrols
After a year in office, Mohave County Sheriff Doug Schuster can point to a few accomplishments and occasional setbacks, but overall he’s making progress in restoring the public’s faith in the sheriff’s department and boosting deputies’ morale.
From teaching at Kingman Middle School to directing the Kingman Concert Band, Julie Gragg keeps her life full of music
Julie Gragg was busy on the computer in her cramped music room office at Kingman Middle School Monday night, preparing for the Kingman Concert Band’s rehearsal for Saturday’s “Musical Christmas Card.”
Flying J truck stop will be allowed to build a 10,000-square-foot truck repair shop at 3300 Andy Devine Ave., contingent upon a traffic impact analysis, under a conditional use permit approved by City Council Tuesday.
Arizona stands to make anywhere from $35.8 million to $178.9 million in sports betting revenue by 2023 if it was legalized by the U.S. Supreme Court, according to Global Market Advisors.
Once envisioned as the grand welcome to historic downtown Kingman, the proposed arch over Beale Street has lost a little luster after a major sign company came back with a $260,000 price tag to build it.
The City of Kingman has filed a case in Mohave County Superior Court against the Kingman Airport Authority, with a hearing set for 8:30 a.m. Dec. 15 before newly appointed Judge Steve Moss in Lake Havasu City.
Supervisor Hildy Angius of Bullhead City was the lone dissenter in the Mohave County Board of Supervisors’ 4-1 vote Monday to approve the salary increases
An end to the $150,00 donation for breast cancer treatment
Mohave County Supervisors voted 4-1 Monday (Buster Johnson opposed) to accept the airport roads into the county’s regular maintenance system
Look toward the Cerbat Mountains around Gordon Avenue and you’ll see David and Marilyn Preston’s powerful display of Christmas lights that were featured on national television last year.
A delegation of City Council members, department heads and state representatives presented a report on the proposed I-11 East Kingman Connection Project to staff from Gov. Doug Ducey’s office on Nov. 27.
The superintendent of Western Arizona Vocational Education, or WAVE, is asking industry leaders to help secure state funding to train employees for the local workforce.
City Attorney Carl Cooper has sent a letter to Arizona Attorney General’s Office stating that the city has committed no violations of open meeting laws that were alleged in a Nov. 9 letter.
Building permit fees are back on the regular agenda of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors with possible action to approve public outreach and participation in determining fees.
Gather up the kids, a few lawn chairs and some blankets and head downtown Saturday evening for the spectacular Very Merry Parade of Lights that kicks off the Christmas holiday season.
Hearing threats that people would drive to Bullhead City and Las Vegas to buy their automobiles and other expensive purchases, local car dealer Cody Swanty has launched a petition to squash an increase in the city’s sales tax.
A new study ranks Arizona among the worst five states in the West at maximizing workers’ earnings, with Yuma as the only city in the state with above-average discretionary income.
Money raised goes toward the Salvation Army’s food program, utility program, clothing and emergency assistance
The giving season has begun
Shop Small Saturday was a success
The company plans to drill one or two new holes by the end of the year, and will take additional steps to reduce and limit noise from the drilling operation, said Amanda Miller, communities coordinator for Kennecott.
The online shopping day, Cyber Monday, has similar doorbuster deals as Black Friday, from the comfort of your home
Black Friday attracts big crowds and gets all the headlines, but Cyber Monday racks up close to $7 billion in sales and you can shop in your pajamas at home. Or from your computer at work.
City Attorney Carl Cooper is pretty confident he’ll resolve a complaint with the Arizona Attorney General’s Office over reported violations of the state’s open meeting law.
Jo Ann Oxsen recently returned from a trip to Mexico with the Rotary Los Amigos Project and said it was an “eye opener” to see the pressing needs of Mexican communities.
Controversy is raging around the approved $10,000 chuckwalla lizard statue, but the artist behind it all wasn’t simply looking for a price tag.
Solomon Bassoff uses his artistic talent to raise awareness of nature, specializing in wildlife sculptures like the Arizona chuckwalla lizard that he’s creating for Kingman’s Art in Public Places.
James Bacon will be stepping in as interim city manager from Nov. 1 until March 1, at which time a permanent city manager is expected to be hired to replace John Dougherty.
Black Friday kicks off the holiday sales season
The shopping frenzy known as Black Friday created by the nation’s major retailers drives people out of their homes and into malls and shopping centers before Thanksgiving dishes have been washed and dried.
The rough drive up and down El Trovatore Hill will be smoothed out with a paving project that could begin as early as next week, the head of Public Works said Tuesday.
Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson has voted against funding for libraries and parks in the past, and on Monday he took a stance against improving county roads.
The "wildcat" dumpers are being investigated
Mayor Monica Gates attends a town hall in Mesa: ‘We must repair and maintain our failing facilities’
People talked about improving education in Arizona by recruiting and retaining highly qualified teachers
The increase would be anywhere from 30 percent to 85 percent, and establish a $5,000 fee for water meter connections, among other revisions
Celebrating her 105th birthday
Bus Stop Hero: This local fourth-grader saved his friend after remembering a YouTube video he had seen
Brennon McKinney and Evan Bond have been best buddies since first grade, and they have a friendship story to share for their lifetime.
It’s the season of the year for giving, and you don’t have to look far to find a charity that needs help to help those who are less fortunate.
County supervisors are not giving up on prosecuting desert litterbugs, or “wildcat” dumpers who take their trash and old mattresses to places in the desert for disposal.
The discovery process of gathering and sharing evidence in the case of accused murderer Justin James Rector is ongoing, and attorneys for both sides on Friday said the case is moving forward.
The lawyer hired by the City Council to go after Kingman Airport Authority sent a notice of condemnation to the KAA board stating that all airport property would be taken over by the city within 20 days, following up on a Nov. 7 letter of the same intent.
With 68 acres, Mohave County Fairgrounds should have plenty room for everyone to play nicely.
Traffickers are targeting rural communities
Sex trafficking has spread beyond Las Vegas, Phoenix, Los Angeles and other big cities into rural parts of Arizona, especially those fed by busy highways such as Interstate 40, an expert and victims’ advocate said Monday.
School board member Bruce Ricca is taking the lead on turning Palo Christi School into a multipurpose community center and keeping it in the hands of Kingman Unified School District for now.
Cooking up Thanksgiving: Thanksgiving dinner is coming and there are several options when it comes to finding the right grocery store
Grocery shopping is key when it comes to Thanksgiving
Relentless pursuit of passion
It’s a bloody job, but somebody has to do it.
A 1988 report by StanTech on the structural condition of Palo Christi School 1988 is still accurate as it stands, though it doesn’t include a cost estimate for asbestos abatement, Fire Chief Jake Rhoades said at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
One woman said she doesn’t want Kingman to be known as the “lizard town,” but another said a sculpture of the Arizona chuckwalla lizard would be great complement to the “Running Hare” that’s become a downtown photo opportunity.
City Council moved forward with Kingman Crossing with a unanimous vote Tuesday to approve a preliminary plat for rights-of-way necessary for Kingman Crossing Boulevard to connect with Airway Avenue from the proposed I-40 interchange.