Cub Scouts Pack 27 Wolf Den (8-year-olds) decided on doing a coat donation for its service project.
White burros are just one of the many color phases of burros found in the Black Mountains west of Kingman.
An opportunity for Brain Builders for Life training in Kingman is available Feb. 4 and Feb. 11 through the University of Arizona Extension Office.
New and seasoned county officials were sworn in at the Mohave County Superior Courthouse Tuesday morning.
The Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society, Arizona Game and Fish Department and Bureau of Land Management seek volunteers to help desert bighorn sheep with a water project in the Bill Williams Mountains on Friday and Saturday.
The past president of the Kingman Arizona Social Club, John Goryl, administers the oath of office to the 2017 Board of Directors.
Snow has left Kingman but it remains on the Hualapai Mountains.
The city’s Christmas tree withstood the Christmas Eve storm that blew through town Saturday.
Scott Preston recently donated 161 movie tickets to friends, Star Wars fans and those in need so they could see the opening night release of the new Star Wars movie, “Rogue One.”
A month ago, these adorable young maidens were enjoying the monthly “meet and greet” sponsored on the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church steps by one of our many ministries.
The members of the Mohave Arms Collectors recently enjoyed a day at the 7-Mile Hill Rifle Range shooting vintage firearms.
Western Arizona Council of Governments (WACOG) Golden Valley Head Start students proudly pose Thursday after they received early Christmas presents and bicycles at a party held at the Golden Valley Fire District (GVFD) Public Safety Training Center
The Route 66 Riders presented to Sandy Edwards and Bonnie Richmond of the Mohave Sheriff’s Department toys as Christmas gifts for children in the Kingman community.
The Mohave County Democratic Central Committee elected new officers and state delegates at its Wednesday meeting in Kingman.
Charlotte Kiffer and other volunteers from the Dolan Springs Community Council are preparing to feed 200 to 250 people at a free Christmas Day dinner.
The Kingman Center of the Arts’ Beale Street Theater presented “Scrooge” at Kingman High this weekend.
Emmanuel Christian Academy held a Christmas Festival at Central Christian Church on Saturday, hosting about 23 vendors, a contest, games and crafts for kids, and a silent auction.
A Sacred Music Christmas concert was held at Grace Lutheran Church Dec. 4, featuring baritone vocalist Charles Johnson
While one Preston family member is wowing spectators with a massive Christmas light display, another is hoping to blow the minds of sci-fi fans with his generosity.
The Kingman Fire Department, their families, friends and community leaders gathered Friday night at the Hampton Inn for their Second Annual Awards and Commendations Event.
Once again, Butch and Chris Marie Meriwether have gone all out to decorate their Golden Valley home for Christmas.
The play is being presented Dec. 2-3 at Lee Williams High School by Beale Street Theater nonprofit group, and while admission is free, donations will be appreciatively accepted to go towards remodeling and renovation of the historic Beale Street Theater in downtown Kingman.
Kingman Academy of Learning middle school’s FIRST Lego League team3862 has been working diligently since August under direction of middle school science teacher, Mrs. Lucier.
Linda and her husband Larry McQuality were at Home Depot on Monday, obedience training their dog, Jack, with professional dog trainer Marsha Tonkinson.
The Golden Valley Cactus Cleaners have been busy again.
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