Many people are unaware that some of their itchy or sore patches of thick, red and dry skin they experience on their backs, elbows, scalp, knees, face, palms, and feet, aren’t actually caused by the dry Mohave County desert heat.
When The Lingenfelter Center’s Administrator Kristen Ott saw a video of nursing home residents slipping down waterslides in Ohio, she decided seniors in Kingman deserved to have a blast, too.
My name is Bubba Jo and I have lived in Mohave County for more than 20 years with my family and other relatives
There are a couple of subjects that have me perplexed
The holiday season can be a beautiful time around the home, and many people go to the extreme making their homes as festive as possible
Many seniors have had fulfilling lives - got married, raised a family and, at the same time, were able to have successful careers prior to retiring.
Lonely turtle wants a friend
My name is Jake and you’ve probably never met me or even heard of my plight. I am also willing to bet my next meal that many of you have never been to where my friends and I live.
A day doesn’t pass without some scam artist attempting to take seniors’ money by attempting to talk them into unnecessary purchases and services or attempting to steal their identity.
My name is Bubba Jo and I have lived in Mohave County for more than 20 years
It's emotionally devastating to friends and family when they begin noticing a person has started to have trouble planning and organizing, keeping up with work, completing chores, or following through on plans.
All too often, seniors trekking into the golden years begin wondering why they have more aches, pains, are always feeling tired, and also begin experiencing medical issues.
Vision is an all-important part of everyday life.
I am all for programs or inventions that help the environment.
January is volunteering and helping others month.
Not many seniors can forget those actors and models that depicted handsome cowboys sitting on their mighty steeds or sitting around a campfire pitching cigarettes in TV commercials, billboards and magazine ads.
Many promises have been made by those running for elected office this year. Only time will tell if those who were victorious will follow through with their promises or if they will conveniently suffer a memory loss.
Mohave County has 13,461 square miles, is the second largest county in Arizona and the fifth largest in the contiguous United States. With that amount of land, and a population in excess of 200,000, you're talking about a lot of roads to maintain.