Isaiah Benz, 16, of Canoga Park, California, has been identified as the deceased victim located on the lake bottom in the south basin of Lake Havasu on Monday, June 21.
The Hualapai Amateur Radio Club will hold an American Radio Relay League annual “field day” event on Saturday and Sunday, June 26-27, in the parking lot of Mother Road Harley-Davidson, 501 Beverly Ave.
Sounds and/or Motion, Kingman Center for the Arts’ summer gallery show, will open Thursday, June 24 at the ArtHub, 402 E. Beale St., in Kingman.
A funny, sweet and happy boy, Geo loves all things sports.
Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending June 11:
Dr. Andra Goldberg, a Kingman native, has long been a part of Mohave Community College – Kingman, primarily working as an instructor.
Thousands of gallons of bottled water have sat in storage since last month, following a 10-day water crisis in the area of Golden Valley.
Arizona's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged in May at 6.7% as overall employment increased by just 900 jobs over April.
Staff proposes that Mohave County adopt another quarter-cent sales tax while at the same time lower the property tax rate to fund multi-million dollar projects, some of which were eyed by the county 20 years ago when the original sales tax of the same rate was adopted.
On Saturday, June 26 and Saturday, July 17, Kingman Unified School District and the Regional Center for Border Health are partnering to give students age 12 and up free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines.
Kingman City Council voted 5-2 on Tuesday, June 15 to direct staff to draft an ordinance for development fees after discussion and a public hearing.
Kingman Correctional and Rehabilitation Facility recently honored staff members for Correctional Workers Week, National Nurses Week and Teachers Appreciation Week.
Kingman City Council on Tuesday, June 15 applied for a $2 million community development block grant from the Arizona Department of Housing.
The Mohave County Housing Authority could accept more than $283,000 in emergency housing vouchers next week, which is good news for the county’s homeless and at-risk residents, as well as those who have fled domestic violence, stalking and human trafficking situations countywide.
It’s been one week since state, federal and county law enforcement officials descended on the community of Dolan Springs, and Mohave County Sheriff’s Officials say their investigation began with a reported rise in crime throughout the area.
Katlynn Marie, 38, of Phoenix, was arrested by the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, June 17 after allegedly stealing more than a dozen lottery tickets at gunpoint at a gas station in the 14000 block of N. Pierce Ferry Road in Dolan Springs.
Information and connections to local substance abuse resources, HIV and Hepatitis C screenings, naloxone and more will be provided by the Centerpoint for Hope free mobile clinic from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, June 30 at the Salvation Army Thrift Store, 1200 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The National Weather Service has extended the Excessive Heat Warning for the Kingman area until 8 p.m. Sunday, June 20, as high temperatures are forecast to remain around 107 degrees.
Owen is a funny, active boy who loves playing outside or enjoying a game of “Sorry.”
After a year delay due to COVID-19, Holly McKnight-Nelssen, John Nelssen and their four dogs are ready to open Jumping K9 Ranch to owners and dogs from around the southwest on June 18-20.
Arizona’s Congressional delegation is making a bipartisan push to allow so-called Downwinders in Mohave County the same opportunities to seek restitution for serious health effects from Cold War era nuclear testing that are already available to many others.
A multi-agency task force to “address area crimes and help to create an atmosphere of order and lawfulness” in Dolan Springs during the week of June 7 reportedly resulted in the discovery of 11 stolen vehicles and two properties identified as being used as chop shops.