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Travis Rains

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Snow sits atop Kingman, likely breaks 1932 record of 14 inches

According to the National Weather Service, Kingman may have received more snow than expected, at least a foot, because one of the storm’s snow bands lingered over the City for quite some time.

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Council denies rezone for property at Hualapai Mountain corridor

While councilmembers said they are pro-development, they also said they needed to listen to those whom they were elected to represent.

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Winter storm warning sees City advise residents to stay off roads

‘Anomalous’ snow storm to hit Kingman

Kingman’s winter storm watch has been upgraded to a winter storm warning in effect from around 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 until 5 a.m. Friday, Feb. 22, a shift that comes with City and school cancellations.

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‘A good time for a good cause’: Hollywood and Wine returns

“The Chamber of Commerce does bring value to this community as well as to our local businesses,” Hindenach said.

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Supervisors don’t vote on supporting gas tax after Biasiucci informs board hike struck from bill

Supervisor Hildy Angius read a statement from Biasiucci on the matter.

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Blanco, real estate agent murderer, sentenced to life in prison

'Throw this one in prison and swallow the key’

Alfredo Gerardo Blanco, who at the end of January was found guilty of the first-degree murder of Sidney Cranston Jr., was sentenced to natural life in prison Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019.

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Kingman under winter storm watch

Now that the approximately 2 inches of snow has melted, the City should prepare for another wave of winter storms as the National Weather Service has declared a winter storm watch from 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 until 5 a.m. Friday, Feb 22.

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City representatives head to State Capitol

“We need to have a voice on programs and policies for our groundwater, and this would create it,” said Mayor Jen Miles.

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Mohave County Fairgrounds opens naming rights for buildings

Fairgrounds Manager Tim Woods says the events taking place at the Mohave County Fairgrounds make for a unique advertising opportunity for local businesses

“In the main building I’ve got 21,000 square feet under roof, and that consists of three halls, each hall is 60 foot by 100,” Woods said. “So naming rights per hall.”

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Kingman Crossing Boulevard lane reduction returns to Council

At Council’s last meeting, it voted to reduce the traffic lanes for Kingman Crossing Boulevard from four to two in order to save about $1.3 million which could then be spent on other projects. Vice Mayor Travis Lingenfelter has requested the item be put back on the agenda.

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