Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey issued a stay-at-home order for Arizona residents on Monday, March 30
Arizona Doug Ducey on Monday imposed a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the new coronavirus that will take effect at the close of business on Tuesday.
Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman today announced the extension of Arizona school closures through the end of the school year.
There are now seven confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Mohave County, including three in Kingman, according to the Mohave County Department of Public Health.
The Kingman Fire Department, Kingman Police Department and first responders are taking extra precautions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many Americans, including Mohave County residents, reacted to the coronavirus outbreak by stocking up on toilet paper, water and canned goods.
Arizona is ramping up its unemployment insurance operations as it sees an unprecedented flood of new claims as the coronavirus staggers industries that are key to the state's economy.
Every person has certain events they look forward to in life – birthdays, family reunions and graduations.
The school closures in Kingman and the surrounding areas have a direct impact on everyday life, but it’s important that students are still educated and in a manner that’s beneficial for them.
City of Kingman and Mohave County parks and trails remain open to the public per Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order regarding business closures and essential services, but both entities are taking proactive steps to keep their residents safe.
Mohave County Supervisor Gary Watson of District 1 says he is afraid that Mohave County will become a magnet for out-of-state residents seeking isolation from the coronavirus pandemic.
During these uncertain times the Mohave County Assessor, Recorder and Treasurer want you to know we continue to serve you.
New inmates are being placed into quarantine, and high-risk inmates have been segregated at the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.
A second case of coronavirus has been identified in the Kingman area, bringing the total to five in Mohave County.
Mohave Community College will close its four campuses to students and the public, and transition to online classes and services to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Kingman Regional Medical Center has implemented additional visitor restrictions to protect the health and safety of patients, families, staff and the community during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Mohave County Department of Public Health was notified Friday, March 27 of a second COVID-19 case out of the Lake Havasu City service area, bringing the county total to four.
Local churches are ramping up their efforts to assist the community due to concerns over the coronavirus.
Along with the sheriff’s office lobby, closures extend to offices in Lake Havasu City, Mohave Valley, Colorado City and Beaver Dam/Littlefield.
New construction projects and new hires are temporarily on hold for Mohave County government due to budgetary concerns related to the coronavirus.
Dennie Hedges faces an issue that many other Kingman-area families are dealing with during the coronavirus pandemic - how do I feed my children while they aren’t in school?
It took only 10 days for the Mohave County Animal Shelter to reach 125% capacity with an influx of stray and owner-surrendered dogs.
The Kingman service area has its first confirmed case of COVID-19, bringing the current Mohave County total to three, according to the Mohave County Department of Public Health.
The number of Arizonans diagnosed with - and dying - from COVID-19 will continue to increase for at least the next month, the state's chief health officer said Wednesday.
Mohave County March 25 Press Conference
The more than 20 City of Kingman parks, trails and dog parks, as well as its golf course will all remain open, the city said in a news release Wednesday, March 25.
Until the Kingman Area Food Bank is open again, the Kingman Adventist Community Services Foodbank at 3180 White Cliffs Rd. will help fill the gap and serve the community.
The first case of COVID-19 in Mohave County has been confirmed, triggering Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order regarding business closures. Mohave County and City of Kingman officials are taking steps to enforce it.