Live in this part of the world long enough, people are going to have some sort of run in with Canis latrans, or coyote.
He was of Cuban descent with connections to Italian friends in New York City.
State issues report cards on local schools. KAOL test scores creep up; KUSD stays steady
Kingman Academy of Learning had two of its three schools drop a letter grade since the last time the Arizona State Board of Education issued them in 2014, and Kingman Unified School District had seven of nine drop a mark.
Military Vehicle Preservation Association convoy is preserving history for future generations, traveling to Los Angeles along Route 66
When the Military Vehicle Preservation Association 2017 Route 66 Convoy from Chicago to Los Angeles rumbles through Kingman Monday, don’t be alarmed. It’s not a time warp or a “Twilight Zone” episode.
Many years ago I had the pleasure of reading one of my all-time favorite books, Studs Terkel’s “Hard Times.”
KINGMAN – Hundreds, if not thousands, of bullets can’t make them give up hope.
A request for a special meeting of the Kingman City Council to place City Manager John Dougherty on paid administrative leave is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Council Chambers, 310 N. Fourth St.
Deuce, like millions of others, wants a forever home
Deuce currently resides at the Western Arizona Humane Society, and like millions of other animals around the country, he just wants to go home.
A group of residents is concerned about a Valle Vista Property Owner’s Association ballot that has a Friday due date for absentee voters.
Societies across the world have used scapegoats for centuries.
After returning from executive session to discuss city manager John Dougherty’s annual performance evaluation, Kingman City Council voted not to renew Dougherty’s contract at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
I’ve recently had the pleasure of some engaging reading on Facebook, which has pointed me toward getting an understanding of what ambassadorship is – honorable ambassadorship.
It’s been one of the most heart-wrenching weeks we’ve witnessed (not first-hand, but witnessed nonetheless) in some time.
The Kingman Academy High School football team shook off a slow start, scored 24 points in the final two-and-a-half minutes of the first half, and left Kingman High in the rearview mirror en route to a 48-6 win Friday night at KHS.
The Klu Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis and white supremacists have no place in our society.
When the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meet Monday, the Fiscal Year 2018 budget will be decided upon.
It’s the start of another school year and that makes it as good a time as any to bring up cyberbullying and internet trolls.
When it registered with me this week that the ringleader, Omar Antonio Sanchez-Burgos, in MAGNET’s nine-person, multi-location raid Monday reportedly has connections to the Sinoloa cartel, I was stunned.
Each and every person has had, or knows someone who has had, to fight cancer.
Christy Brown was never promised that life would be fair.
It’s always been one of my favorite places to go no matter where I’m at. I’ve been to and lived in a good amount of cities and towns in my life, and I can still tell you where to find it.
The Arts, Crafts and Antiques Fair at Hualapai Mountain Park Sunday (June 4) had a steady crowd enjoying the day’s mountain climate.
We spend our lives looking for it.
It’s never easy being told you’re doing a lousy job, and it’s even worse when it’s done in public.
It was a fun-filled Friday (Thursday for us) learning all about the Women Making History this year.
I shook my head in disbelief months ago when the Arizona Education Finance Amendment was passed by the voters last May.
Has it been a false narrative all along?
You’re allowed to when your livestock is in danger, and you’re allowed to when your life is in danger.
I’m not supposed to like this guy. He’s done some things that have made me squint with concentration wondering what, exactly, was the catch.
First of all, my apologies to Norm for hijacking one of his best quotes.
I’ve walked this earth the past 42 years with a peculiar habit going on in between my years.
We learned there is a lot we can hang our hats on here in Kingman. It’s one thing when we feel good about ourselves and where we live.
It’s a good start, and the expectation should be placed on those in leadership to keep it going.
In my personal life, I had one of the greatest Decembers in the history of Shawn. The only other one that can compare, I reckon, is December of 1964 when I was born.
Merry Christmas, everybody. I hope today is turning out to be the loveliest of days for you and your families.
"You’re not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy.” That’s one of my all-time favorite sayings.
Lady Vols ‘Buffalo’ Tempe
Madi Arave scored on a breakaway layup and a free throw in the final moments as Lee Williams held off a fourth-quarter charge by Tempe for a 4A Conference non-region win Friday at LWHS, 35-29.
Flagstaff shuts out LWHS 9-0 in first quarter
Going scoreless in the first quarter of a basketball game makes for a tough uphill climb to get back into the game.
The Lady Vols basketball team gave Flagstaff a tough go of things through the first half of the 4A Conference Grand Canyon Region game Tuesday at LWHS, but the Eagles outscored Lee Williams 21-2 in the third quarter on the way to a 54-24 win.
Nic Verville’s unbeaten trek through the 132-pound class led Lee Williams at the Wade Hendershott Peaks Invitational to a fifth-place showing in the 14-team event after going 5-2 in Flagstaff Friday and Saturday.
Lee Williams went 4-1 to take third place at the River Valley Shootout Friday and Saturday in Mohave Valley.
Lee Williams 2-0 at River Valley Shootout
Despite going scoreless for nearly seven minutes in the fourth quarter, the Kingman High Lady Bulldogs scored five points in the final 31 seconds to hold off Kingman Academy Thursday at KHS, 49-37.
Brett Bergin’s shot on goal with four minutes left in the second overtime was denied by Lake Havasu’s keeper, and the Kingman Bulldogs fell to the Knights Thursday in Havasu, 2-1.
Lee Williams opens Red Rock tourney 1-2
Ten days after losing to the Kingman Bulldogs by 21 points, the Kingman Academy Tigers returned the favor with a 69-57 win over the Bulldogs Thursday at KAHS.
Scottsdale Cactus Shadows showed up with intense defensive pressure and it was more than enough to put Lee Williams in a bind and a 59-31 4A Conference win Wednesday at LWHS.
Lee Williams got its season started in the right direction when the Volunteers grapplers went 3-0 at Wednesday’s four-team match at LWHS.
For the first 73 minutes of Tuesday’s match between Lee Williams and Kingman at LWHS, the Volunteers seemed to have Kingman’s number.
A proud trio of Kingman BMX riders finished the 2016 Grand National Championships in Tulsa, Okla., riding in the very last race possible for each of them.
Through a broken heart and broken bones this season, Kingman’s Josh White, 9, rebounded and took the USA BMX 9 Expert Race of Champions plate Friday in Tulsa, Okla.
Volleyball team celebrates first regular-season NE-10 title, NCAA bid
Senior Natalie Casson (Kingman High, 2013) has helped the Le Moyne College volleyball team to the NCAA Division II National Championship tournament for the first time in school history.