JC Amberlyn

Photo Journalist

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Visit from historic B-17 left an impression

Thanks to the Experimental Aircraft Association, a Boeing B-17 World War II Flying Fortress heavy bomber plane returned to the Kingman Airport for the first time in over 20 years this weekend.

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Wine, Beer & Chocolate

Kingman Downtown Merchant’s Association held a Wine, Beer & Chocolate Walk Saturday in downtown Kingman along and around Beale Street.

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Now Boarding: Hualapai Tribe Starts Bus Service Between Kingman, Peach Springs

All riders welcome, stops along the way

The Hualapai Tribe has launched a public transit service within the Hualapai Indian Reservation and between Peach Springs and Kingman.

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Preserving the Old Ways

The Hualapai Cultural Center is working to promote Hualapai cultural traditions and language through a series of classes.

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Kingman Regional Medical Center celebrates cancer survivors

Kingman Regional Medical Center held its Seventh Annual Breast Cancer Survivor Luncheon at Journey Church in Kingman on Thursday.

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Soaked in Kingman: Rains saturate the Southwest

Cars drive through flooding on Bank Street near Kingman High School on Thursday

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Kiwanis and friends Clothe the Kids

The Powerhouse Kiwanis held its 20th annual Code 3 Clothe the Kids Saturday.

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Spreading Holiday Cheer

Christmas carols ... and an orchestra, too.

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Patriot Guard Riders Epitomize the Nation’s Gratitude

Veterans are willing to give everything for their country, even their lives, and one group that works to ensure they receive proper thanks for it is the Patriot Guard Riders.

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Quilts For Valor

An emotional Don Packard, a Korean War veteran, speaks with quilter Margie Huber during the Kingman Quilter’s Guild annual Quilts for Valor

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