A plethora of free services and classes
People can often go through their entire lives not knowing how to properly buy a home, or could use financial help, or learn how to reduce energy bills.
In light of the education crisis going on around the state of Arizona, educators around the state will walk out of their classrooms and schools until education is appropriately funded.
Responding to the opioid crisis outbreak has claimed many lives across the nation, Arizona, Mohave County, and even locally, Sonoran Prevention Works is hosting a training from 3-5 p.m. Saturday at the Mohave County Library- Kingman, 3269 N. Burbank St.
Grab those lawn chairs, the wife and kids, the keys to the hot rod sitting in the driveway and head down to Beale Street to chill with friends and family.
The Arizona Law Enforcement Torch Run and Public Safety Fair helps benefit the Special Olympics where 100 percent of the proceeds go to the athletes to help them get to their events.
Truvy, who owns a hair salon, has a group of friends that comes by to have their hair or nails done. This salon can normally be found in Louisiana, but for three nights it will be onstage at Kingman High School during the production “Steel Magnolias.”
Cerbat Elementary is taking a stand against bullying by providing students with the Buddy-Up and Hero-Up clubs, which are about respect and standing up for themselves.
Kingman Unified School District schools are coming together for a public band festival for everyone to enjoy.
The Kingman Regional Medical Center is hosting an open house for the expansion of its cancer center, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, 1739 Beverly Ave.
The Walapai 4 Wheelers is hosting the 40th annual Jeep Jamboree Saturday at the Tradewinds RV Park, 152 S. Emery Park Road, in Golden Valley.