Searchers looking for the body of the fourth victim in a fatal boat crash that occurred last Saturday near Topock are moving their base of operations from Topock 66 Marina to the Lake Havasu City Water Safety Center.
Officials from the National Park Service have a message for everyone who might have seen a recent viral video of a visitor giving a drink of water to a squirrel at the Grand Canyon.
Tiny home appearances and locations will be addressed at today’s commission meeting.
A 57-year-old fisherman was rescued Wednesday after his four-wheel drive vehicle got stranded in a wash while he was trying to fish the north side of Alamo Lake.
The Kingman Academy High School baseball team scored twice in the fifth inning Saturday to hold off rival Kingman High 4-3 at KHS.
Mohave County, in conjunction with local, state and federal public safety agencies, is holding the first wildfire safety fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at Hualapai Mountain Resort, 4525 Hualapai Mountain Road.
Bring those capes, lace up those running shoes and join other superheroes or villains to the third annual Superhero 5K run/Kids Dash at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Kingman Regional Medical Center Hualapai Mountain Campus, 3801 Santa Rosa Dr.
The Kingman High School baseball team picked up a much-needed win Tuesday on the road with a 4-0 shutout of No. 27 ranked Wickenburg.
The Lee Williams High School boys track and field team showed up to compete last Thursday as it finished third during the Ron Smith Classic.
Here are five items of interest from the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Monday at Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.:
Kingman Regional Medical Center is inviting the public to a Hualapai Mountain Campus Open House 5:30-7:30 p.m. April 12, 3801 Santa Rosa Dr.
The Kingman Academy High School softball team dropped a 11-10 loss in game one of a doubleheader Thursday against Trivium Prep, before taking the nightcap with a 9-8 victory.
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office released updated details about the couple missing since Jan. 21, though they have not been found and MCSO has no new information on what might have happened to them.
The club provides youth with art, technology, physical fitness, homework assistance, nutrition and S.T.E.M.
The circus is coming to Mohave County Fairgrounds Friday through Monday, but there will be no protests this time because no animals are used by Cirque Legacy.
The Lee Williams, Kingman and Kingman Academy high school track and field teams traveled to Lake Havasu Saturday for the Rotary Invite.
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The commission will also discuss facilitating the cleanup at Camp Beale Springs, which was also identified as a goal during the workshop.
Sound management of Colorado River water forbids the Central Arizona Project operator from using “sovereign immunity”
The new AzEDCert online portal allows teachers who are within six months of having their certificates expire, as well as those whose certifications have lapsed within the past year, to apply online and avoid the trip to Phoenix to renew their certifications.
Mayor Monica Gates, Vice Mayor Jen Miles and Interim City Manager Jim Bacon will visit the home cities of the finalists this week, and interview employers and professional references.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is reminding everyone to stop feeding wildlife due to two javelina attacks in February.
Staff will present to the commission findings from the water-rate study for analysis.
The Kingman High School softball team made the trip to Chino Valley Tuesday to continue 3A West Region play, but couldn’t come out on top in an 11-1 setback in five innings due to the run rule.
The Lee Williams High School baseball team faced off against an undefeated Lake Havasu squad Monday afternoon and fell short in a 9-4 loss at Dick Grounds Field.
Here are six items of interest from the Kingman City Council meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m. today at Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.:
KINGMAN – Here are five items of interest from the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Monday at Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.
There wasn’t any shortage of offense for the Lee Williams High School baseball team Friday as the Volunteers racked up 13 hits in a convincing 18-0 victory over Cortez at Dick Grounds Field.
Arizona employment is projected to grow by 2.6 percent over the next two years, adding nearly 160,000 jobs, the state Office of Employment Opportunity reported Thursday.
A water leak flooded the main floor of Kingman Regional Medical Center Tuesday, the result of a break in a high-pressure water line the previous night, KRMC spokeswoman Teri Williams reported.
The registration fee is now $30 and will be $35 on race day.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has selected its 15 finalists for the Safety Message contest.
It wasn’t a fun trip to Lake Havasu for the Kingman Academy High School baseball team Wednesday afternoon as the Tigers dropped a doubleheader to the Knights (4-0).
The ratings help illustrate how both chambers of the Legislature as well as individual members prioritize a wide variety of issue areas that affect Arizonans.
The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission is conducting its biennial Arizona Youth survey. The survey is currently open now but schools can sign up to participate until the end of April.
James M. Schubert, 61, of Kingman, was killed in a head-on crash with semi-truck on Route 66 Tuesday evening, Department of Public Safety reported.
The Lee Williams High School baseball team used solid pitching and a three-run third inning Tuesday to pick up its first win in the 4A Grand Canyon Region.
One man is seriously injured after a four-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of East Andy Devine Avenue and Airway Avenue.
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The Lee Williams, Kingman and Kingman Academy high school track and field teams continued the season last Wednesday at the Lake Havasu Multi.
Today the commission will consider removing vinyl-coated polyester and landscaping fabric from screening materials allowed in Kingman for permitted outside storage areas.
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Blood drives will also take place Thursday and Friday in Bullhead City, and Friday in Lake Havasu City.
“I was shocked, this is such an amazing opportunity,” Johnson told the board, according to the release. “I never would have thought this was a possibility just a few years ago.”
The City has announced its five finalists for the City Manager position. The finalists have been invited to Kingman for a meet and greet reception from 5-8 p.m. March 19 on the second floor of the Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.
Mohave Community College’s dental hygiene students learned more about how a bill becomes a law by traveling to the State Capitol for Capitol Day March 1.
The Conservative Republican Club of Kingman will hear from Bob Branch, candidate for state Superintendent of Public Instruction, at its monthly luncheon at 11:15 a.m. Monday at Dambar Steakhouse, 1960 Andy Devine Ave.
Joshua Tree Pediatrics has added a new pediatrician to their staff. Sarah Hall is a pediatric nurse practitioner and works with children of all ages.
Kingman currently allows tiny homes to be built within two zoning districts, those for Rural Residential and Residential Manufactured Homes.
Although potential drivers can take the written portion of the test online, they still have to take the driving portion of the test before receiving their drivers license.