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Mohave Community College accepting applications for District 4 seat

Mohave Community College is accepting applications for the vacant District 4 seat, filling the remaining 16 months of Jon Longoria’s term, who was arrested in August for alleged drug possession.

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KRMC CEO Turney, Mayor Gates to discuss Kingman Crossing plans

Turney and Gates will be talking about their plans and possible developments for the Kingman Crossing and Rattlesnake Wash interchanges

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Kingman man arrested after $20,000 worth of drugs found in home

MAGNET finds 270 grams of various drugs Monday morning

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Heat wave is coming: Know how to cope

The National Weather Service shows a steady rise in temperature, including 109 degrees Tuesday. There are other weather sites that forecast Kingman breaking 110 on that day, which is a quick jump after reaching 100 just this week.

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Traffic delays on Stockton Hill Monday

Sewer pipe work may cause traffic delays on Stockton Hill

The City of Kingman Public Works Department announced they will begin rehabilitation of nearly 800 feet of wastewater pipe on Stockton Hill Road between Sunset Boulevard and Jefferson Street.

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Horoscopes June 16

Today's horoscopes for the Zodiac signs

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Sheriff's Office looking for suspect

The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s help to find Larry Carl Rogers, 37, of Kingman, who is the suspect in an aggravated assault incident on Monday.

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Missing Bullhead City teen found safe

Missing Bullhead City teenager Kellsee Jordan Smith, 15, who was reported missing Feb. 27, has been found safely in Las Vegas.

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Third jaguar photographed in Arizona

It’s probable the jaguars – and ocelots – are entering the country from Mexico along a wildlife corridor.

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Bullhead City Police looking for missing teenager

Kellsee Jordan Smith, 15, was last seen at her Bullhead City residence at 7 p.m. Monday.

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