Congressman Paul Gosar has introduced legislation that would require the leadership of the House of Representatives to wear body cameras and share the footage with the public.
Arizona Sonshine, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization, is bringing a free health clinic to Kingman on Thursday, Sept. 30 and Friday, Oct. 1.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Monday, Sept. 20 voted to table its consideration of the district impact statement for a new fire district in the Valle Vista, Hackberry and Truxton areas until its second meeting in October, by which time the Northern Arizona Fire District Board of Directors is expected to have taken action on the redistricting proposal.
Another 109 residents of the Kingman area have contracted the coronavirus, as Kingman accounted for nearly 60% of the 186 new cases reported countywide by the Mohave County Department of Public Health on Monday, Sept. 20.
There are no term limits for members of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors. Instead, there’s only the simple fact that members of the county’s governing board are there, until they’re not.
There was a time when rural law enforcement officers could only throw their hats on the ground and stomp in frustration, after being outmaneuvered on country roads by criminal suspects.
Current and future welding students on the Mohave Community College Bullhead campus are enjoying a new building.
Lexi is a self-proclaimed girly girl who is outdoorsy, intelligent and ambitious.
The Arizona Department of Transportation, in partnership with the City of Kingman, is making safety improvements to a section of Stockton Hill Road between Detroit and Airway avenues beginning Monday, Sept. 20.
City council will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. in council chambers at the city complex, 310 N. Fourth St. Council will consider a request to waive the requirement to extend sewers to new subdivisions.
Throughout the Labor Day Holiday Weekend, Deputies with the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Division of Boating Safety were deployed on Lake Havasu and the Colorado River. During the weekend there were no significant incidents that occurred in the jurisdiction of The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.
Kingman Regional Medical Center reported 21 new positive COVID-19 cases as of Sept. 16.
Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending Sept. 10:
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing and a subsequent vote on whether to approve the district impact statement for the proposed creation of a new fire district in the Valle Vista, Truxton and Hackberry areas at its meeting set for 9:30 a.m. Monday, Sept. 20 at the county administration building, 700 W. Beale St.
The annual Yucca Chili Cook-off will be held Saturday, Oct. 23 at 12299 Frontage Road.
The gang at Anderson Ford at 3601 Stockton Hill Road in Kingman cuts the ribbon during a grand reopening on Thursday, Sept. 16.
Members of the Kingman Young Marines pose with a donation check from the James L. Stanfield Veterans of Foreign War Post 10386.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Monday, Sept. 20 may approve the hiring of a new elections specialist, under a request by Mohave County Elections Director Allen Tempert.
The Flag Fire began earlier this year in the Hualapai Mountains, ultimately consuming more than 1,200 acres of land in the Kingman area.
The Northern Arizona Fire District held a public hearing on Thursday, Sept. 16 regarding the proposed formation of a new district for the Valle Vista, Hackberry and Truxton areas.
Another 13 Mohave County residents have succumbed to complications from COVID-19, and the victims keep trending younger with five of the deaths in the age groups under 60.
Kingman Veterans Treatment Court celebrated the graduation of two veterans from the program on Wednesday, Sept. 15, one of whom has been involved with the program since its inception in 2015.