The Mohave County Department of Public Health is closely monitoring the coronavirus outbreak centered in China, and stands ready to implement an outbreak response plan if necessary, the department wrote in a news release Monday, Jan. 27.
Additional closures will be in place for the continuance of the Andy Devine Avenue Americans with Disabilities Act improvement project starting Tuesday, Jan. 28.
The boys are back though a little older and a little wiser.
Each year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) takes a hard look at reports received from consumers about problems, scams and frauds experienced in the marketplace. The reports are stored in the Consumer Sentinel Network (Sentinel), a secure online database available only to law enforcement.
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) announced Sunday that a Maricopa County resident has been diagnosed with the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.
The Kingman Historical Preservation Commission may discuss how it would like to use funds received from the sales of its recent calendar project at its upcoming meeting.
With more than 11.4 million vacation days left on the table by Arizonans in 2019, the Arizona Office of Tourism reminds residents that spectacular getaways populate much of the state.
Dot Foods, the largest foodservice redistribution company in North America, announced this month it’s expanding its footprint in Arizona.
Apex Manufactured Home Sales will paired its grand opening event with service to the community by presenting Cerbat Elementary School with a donation of school supplies totaling more than $2,200.
Mohave County Board of Supervisors have stopped using Municode, and moved back to the county’s old way of codifying ordinances.
A six-month report on the Mohave County Animal Shelter, which Mohave County took over in June of 2019, was presented to the Board of Supervisors on Jan. 21 by County Manager Assistant Yvonne Orr, who directly oversees the project at 950 Buchanan St.
The changes made to the city’s EZ Recycling program are already paying off, but financial hurdles remain for the Solid Waste Department, which is conducting a study which could result in an increase in garbage rates.
Mohave County Health Coalition was just established as a nonprofit, with Dr. Waheed H. Zehri, the chief of staff at Western Arizona Regional Medical Center in Bullhead City as its CEO for a year.
Kingman likes its wrestlers on the small side.
While space is limited, there are still appointments available for the Mohave Community College Dental School Give Kids a Smile Day in Bullhead City.
Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending Jan. 17.
Suspected methamphetamine and counterfeit oxycodone pills with a street value of $2.1 million were recovered after suspects threw suitcases out of a car during a traffic stop near Kingman.
The chairman and vice chairman of the Arizona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System have been stripped of their leadership positions following a report they were paid to represent a pension plan administrator in a home purchase.
The executive director of the Arizona School Facilities Board has resigned after a bill was introduced in the state Legislature to eliminate the agency and transfer responsibilities to the state Department of Administration.
Arizona state lawmakers are being asked to keep boys – or at least those who are genetically identified as male – off of ‘ high school and college sports teams for girls and women.
We’ve all heard of the need for a fire when in the mountains or desert – for warmth, keeping wild animals away and to give us a sense of comfort when lost.
A divorced man's desire not to be a parent trumps the wishes of his ex-wife to use the embryos they agreed to have frozen in happier times, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
A Glendale Republican lawmaker says he's found a way to ensure that university students get all sides of controversial issues: force the schools to search out -- and, if necessary, fund -- opposing viewpoints.
Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday blamed "the media' for spreading what he says is false information about funding for education.