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Kathleen Stinson

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Kingman: Surrounded By Government-Owned Land

Land management provides for an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities locally

Kingman rests in a valley surrounded by undeveloped land, much of which is public and managed by the government.

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Kingman: Airport, economic development director on council’s agenda Tuesday

The Kingman City Council will consider hiring a full-time economic development director and other issues at its regularly scheduled meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 301 N. Fourth St.

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Luring retailers: Kingman ready to take big leap attracting new retail

Economic development officials from the city of Kingman will attend a national retail conference in Las Vegas with the demographic tools necessary to land interviews with key retailers.

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MVD offers time savings with self-service kiosk

Who doesn’t want to save time and avoid standing in line?

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Community leaders gather to raise funds for joining Arizona Town Hall

Group joined forces after City Council failed to pass motion to hire ATH

A grass roots effort to organize a Kingman town hall is underway.

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Moving to Kingman: How our town becomes home

Kingman attracts a lot of visitors from out of state and some like it so much they relocate here.

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Wayland, Brad Johnson ready to bring down the house Friday

The former JC Penney store, now Beale Celebrations, is the venue for Friday night’s band performances by Wayland and opening artists Brad Johnson and The Killin’ Time Band.

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Long distance bicyclist rides through Kingman bringing awareness for muscular dystrophy

Long distance bicyclist T.J. Forrester rode through Kingman Wednesday to raise awareness for muscular dystrophy.

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Kingman: City plans construction after receiving flood control district funds

The Mohave County Flood Control District allocated funding to the city of Kingman this month in the amount of $606,888, and the city has big plans to put that money to use.

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Kingman: Higher Minimum Wage Challenges Business

While some employees got a boost in pay, businesses say they’re struggling

Although a higher minimum wage is a good thing for some employees, several area businesses are struggling to find a way to make it work financially.

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