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Girl Scout Troop 7329 feeds heroes

Girl Scout Troop 7329 recently donated 105 boxes of cookies to the Kingman Fire Department for distribution among the firefighters.

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Kingman Range Days introduces shooting sports

The Mohave Sportsman Club held a “Kingman Range Days” event at its Seven Mile Shooting Range in Golden Valley April 8.

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Home & Garden Show flaunting Kingman’s wonderful weather

Annual exposition for home improvement ideas reopens today at 10 a.m. along with carnival rides starting up at noon

The annual Home and Garden Business Expo is being held at the Mohave County Fairgrounds this weekend.

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Easter fun at Centennial Park

Crowds of parents and children attended the city of Kingman Parks and Recreation Department’s annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at Centennial Park.

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Kingman Center for the Arts hosts grand opening

The Kingman Center for the Arts’ Community Arts Center held its Grand Opening Saturday, complete with a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Kingman Chamber of Commerce, art galleries featuring local and visiting artists, art demonstrations and live music.

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Joshua trees: An iconic, though unusual, neighbor

One of the most iconic and unique symbols of the Mojave desert is the stately and unusual looking Joshua tree.

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Deputy Kerry Schanaman's memorial attended by hundreds

Community says goodbye to a kind servant

The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office held a public memorial at Kingman High School for Kerry Wayne Schanaman that was attended by a large crowd.

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Women Making History

More than 200 Mohave County women have been honored in the 33 years Women Making History has taken place in Kingman.

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The Advocates: CASA volunteers make a meaningful difference in the lives of children

There’s a story about a child on a beach tossing stranded starfish back into the sea.

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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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