ArtHub's new program director plans more outreach to schools, youth groups and adult centers.
Parade chairwoman Yvonne Cossio wants to see more floats, and emphasizes that parade entries are free of charge.
Anthony Marnell, president of Marnell Gaming, said floaters were policing themselves about picking up trash.
State Senate majority leader Kimberly Yee says she'll bring fiscally conservative background to the office.
Kingman Deputy Police Chief Rusty Cooper said there is no law against public intoxication in Arizona.
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.
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.
Bernie Sanders introduces a bill to use computer algorithms to determine jail release conditions.
The Mohave Republican Forum heard from Virginia Crews, Eric Gordon and Mohave County Attorney Matt Smith, speaking on behalf of Lenore Knudson.
U.S. Senate candidate Kelli Ward has launched a website exposing Republican primary opponent Martha McSally for her “phony campaign conservatism.”
Final budget totals $276.2 million, with $88.2 million attributed to the general fund
Former Development Services Director Nick Hont working as consultant on behalf of Mohave County.
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
For the next couple weeks, you can beat the heat by jumping into the Centennial or Grandview pools, which will be reducing their hours on Aug. 18 as the lifeguards return to school.
Adoption of a resolution supporting the continuance of Amtrak train service to and from Needles, California, and other rural communities, including Kingman.
After a year and a half of leasing space at The Farmhouse, vendor Serena Patterson purchased the business from former owner Barb Charon and is keeping the home décor theme for the store.
A half-hour deluge dumped 0.16 inch of rain Monday evening to bring the total for July to 1.59 inches, the best month of the year for rainfall, but well below the 2.89 inches that fell in July 2017.
The Senate voted Wednesday to pass a bill that will provide $2.5 billion in funding to Amtrak, including $50 million that will keep the Southwest Chief in operation along its established route, the Rail Passenger Association reported.
In the past, bidding on all public projects such as schools, fire stations and municipal buildings was strictly competitive, going to the lowest bidder, but that brought on all kinds of problems
Driver behavior continues to be the leading factor in the deaths, including impairment, speeding and reckless driving and failure to wear a seat belt.
On Dec. 5, 2017, attorney Steve White, presumably on behalf of Harvest, verbally offered $2 million for Mackin’s interests in Apache Junction, or $7.5 million for both dispensaries.
Judge rules in favor of defense motion for continuance
When she drives by the water wheels irrigating farms in the Red Lake area, Robin Hood wonders why Mohave County officials aren’t taking action to stop the waste.
A Mohave County jury has awarded an $8 million verdict in favor Dr. Arnaldo Trabucco, the largest amount awarded by a jury in Mohave County.
While Congress has approved record funding for Amtrak, management refuses to order state-of-the-art equipment that could improve the passenger train service.
Judge may get more aggressive in bringing Rector to trial
Frustration over the delay in bringing accused kidnapper, rapist and murderer Justin James Rector to trial was expressed Monday by attorneys from both sides.
Roadies from the National Trust for Historic Preservation are scheduled to stop at the Powerhouse Visitor Center today as part of their month-long trip recording stories about the people and landmarks along Route 66.
Pat Evans received entries from as far away as Vichy, France, for last year’s debut 6x6 on Route 66 canvas art show that benefits Kingman Center for the Arts studio and gallery, though most of the 437 pieces came from talented local artists. The fundraiser netted nearly $5,000 for the nonprofit Beale Street Theater organization last year, and gallery manager Evans is hoping to raise at least that amount again this year.
The 200-mile stretch from Wickenburg to the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge near Hoover Dam has accounted for 70 fatalities from 2010-2016.
The Daily Miner was told that Wallace never waived his right to a speedy trial.
A land investment group managed by developer and farming operator Jim Rhodes has filed for bankruptcy in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Las Vegas.
A few issues will have to be ironed out to renovate the metal building at 2600 Northern Ave., but nothing that would prevent it from being turned into a fire station for the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District, interim Fire Chief Tim King said Thursday.
It’s far too early to determine how much of a trickle-down effect the tariffs on China and Canada will have on the local economy, but Mother Road Harley-Davidson Vice President of Operations Tony Campbell isn’t fearful of a steep fall-off in revenue.
Two cases of Legionnaires’ disease were reported in guests who stayed at Harrah’s Laughlin hotel and casino in November and March, the Southern Nevada Health District reported Thursday.
Deedra Abboud, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, will speak at 5 p.m. today during a meet-and-greet hosted by Mohave County Democrats at Calico’s restaurant, 418 W. Beale St.
Working at the City of Kingman’s visitor center at the Powerhouse, Tim Wilson sees a lot of bicyclists riding through town, like the woman he met recently with a prosthetic leg who was bicycling coast to coast.
Noted author and Route 66 ambassador Jim Hinckley will be signing his latest book, “100 Things To Do on Route 66 Before You Die,” during Saturday’s Chillin’ on Beale Street car show in downtown Kingman from 4-7 p.m.
What started as an Andy Devine Days parade entry as Santa and Mrs. Claus riding in their 1927 Ford T-Bucket “Santa Sleigh” has evolved into the nonprofit AZ Claus Cause that brings Christmas gifts to underprivileged children and the elderly.
Mohave County Superior Court Judge Steven Moss ruled Monday that the City of Kingman must pay attorney fees and other costs pending final judgment in the case, which has not been entered.
Johnson said the photographs he showed were from public records, along with descriptions of the property, and veterinarians testified to the animal abuse.
Zachery Henry, press secretary for Ward, said the radio ad is unrelated to the PAC, and he did not know how the Mercer contribution would be spent.
“We’ve heard people claim we’re not quick enough on getting FOIA back,” said Supervisor Buster Johnson, who placed the item on the regular agenda.
Wesley and Niki Tillmann see downtown Kingman as the land of opportunity, having opened their apparel and printing store on Beale Street in March. They do silk screen printing for their own clothing brand, as well as custom orders for direct-to-garment printing, banners, business cards and flyers.
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.