Kingman Harm Reduction Program provides measures needed to save lives, will be remembering loved ones affected by overdose
“Overdoses are preventable, no one has to die from an overdose.”
Most concerning to some councilmembers, including Councilman David Wayt, was the notice given to the community about the possible rezone.
“I am extremely grateful to serve as Kingman’s mayor,” Miles said. “It is a high honor, and I will work diligently to carry out the responsibilities mindfully."
“I would like to say that it’s been a great honor and privilege to serve the community in this manner,” said exiting-Councilman Stuart Yocum. “It’s been a very rewarding experience and I’m very appreciative of the opportunity to serve in this capacity.”
According to the 2017 HIV/AIDS epidemiology annual report from the Arizona Department of Health Services, there were an estimated 141 prevalent HIV cases in Mohave County in 2016 and 159 prevalent AIDS cases.
Mohave County grand jurors indicted Richardson on one felony count of manslaughter, alleging that Richardson recklessly caused the death of Orozco on or about Oct. 27.
The Las Vegas Uber carjacking case involving two people, Aveyon Lashawn Nevitt and Raitasha Antoinette Williams-Gardner, could be coming to a close now that both have entered guilty pleas and are awaiting judgement and sentencing.
“We’re hoping for a good turnout so we can spread the word, answer questions, and take a minute and reflect on those who have been affected by cancer,” Skousen said.
Magical Beginnings was chosen as this year’s theme because of the revitalization, economic and otherwise, taking place in the City of Kingman.
Gary Kellogg, economic development director, said staff would begin looking at the feasibility of the project. However, he noted a few challenges, the first being cost.