An adult in the 30-39 age range has died of complications from COVID-19, the Mohave County Department of Public Health announced Monday, June 1.
The coronavirus pandemic and the onset of summer have posed the Kingman Area Food Bank with a number of hurdles, but come Thursday, June 4, the nonprofit organization will reopen its doors.
They were learning then and they're learning now.
All persons will be required to wear a mask, face covering or face shield when entering a court facility or probation office, according to an administrative order issued by Mohave County Superior Court Presiding Judge Charles W. Gurtler Jr. that took effect June 1.
Aaron is athletic and likes playing football, basketball and soccer or simply going for a walk.
An Arizona judge has rejected a plea deal for a man who used a homemade armored vehicle to block a highway bridge near the Hoover Dam in 2018.
The Black Lives Matter protest at Locomotive Park is going “very, very well,” according to Kingman Police Chief Rusty Cooper, who explained that while organizers are making every effort to keep the event peaceful, the National Guard will have a presence in Kingman this afternoon in case some wish to change the intent of the event into one of a more disturbing nature.
An adult age 30-39 is the youngest victim yet from the coronavirus in Mohave County.
Governor Doug Ducey today issued a statewide Declaration of Emergency, including putting in place a curfew starting at 8:00 p.m. tonight. The curfew is in effect from 8:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. and shall expire on Monday, June 8, at 5:00 a.m. unless further extended.
Gov. Doug Ducey has issued a statewide Declaration of Emergency that is paired with a weeklong curfew of 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., and while both agencies have urged the public to go about their business safely, neither the Kingman Police Department nor the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office will enforce the curfew for typical residents going about their business.
About one-third of all U.S. deaths attributed to COVID-19 have been connected to long-term care facilities.
The public hearing held Thursday, May 28 by the Arizona Department of Transportation on the U.S. 93, Interstate 40 traffic interchange saw few comments, but those who called in were generally supportive of the project.
The Tri-State Veterans Honor Trust put up 11 new banners to honor members of the armed forces from Kingman on Memorial Day.
Surveying for the city’s Downtown Infrastructure Design project is scheduled to begin Monday, June 1. No street closures will be necessary.
The City of Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission will meet electronically due to the coronavirus pandemic at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 3.
Kingman Regional Medical Center nurses kept an eye on Gina Pollard, a veteran nurse at the interventional radiology department, who is celebrating 30 years of nursing.
An unknown object broke through a window at a Republican Party office in northwestern Arizona while volunteers were hosting an organizing event for President Donald Trump, according to police and the Trump campaign.
Mohave Electric Cooperative’s board of directors approved $35,000 in additional emergency energy assistance funding for MEC’s Members Helping Members program administered by River Fund, Inc.
William “Will” McConnell, MBA, PhD starts work Monday, June 1 as president and CEO of Kingman Regional Medical Center, succeeding Brian Turney.
On Friday, May 29, volunteer pilots from Angel Flight West delivered fresh produce to the Hualapai community in Kingman and the Navajo community in Chinle.