Vice Mayor Travis Lingenfelter believes Arizona Revised Statutes are more specific than Kingman Municipal Code in reference to when and how emergencies may be declared, a finding pertinent to Mayor Jen Miles’ recent face covering proclamation.
Kingman Mayor Jen Miles has issued a proclamation requiring that all persons age 6 and older wear face coverings when entering places of business serving the public to combat COVID-19.
However, there are a number of exemptions to the proclamation:
As of Monday evening, the health department was reporting that 424 county residents have recovered from the virus.
Kingman Mayor Jen Miles is expected to issue a proclamation on Tuesday, June 30 requiring that face masks be worn in the City of Kingman to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
In an effort to stop a massive surge in new coronavirus cases, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey ordered bars, nightclubs, gyms, movie theaters and water parks around the state to be closed for at least 30 days starting Monday night.
Another 10 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the Kingman Service area.
A red flag fire warning is in effect for the Kingman region through Monday, June 29, as high winds combined with dry vegetation make conditions favorable for wildfires, according to the National Weather Service.
The City of Kingman has been holding its annual 4th of July fireworks for more than a decade, and the 2020 show will go on despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the cancellation or postponement of many events, especially in certain states such as Nevada and California.
The Mohave Chapter of American Brotherhood Aimed Towards Education (ABATE) of Arizona, a motorcycle organization, commissioned artist Jeannine Clarke of Golden Valley to create large wooden caricatures of a dog and cat to be presented to For the Luv of Paws Domestic Animal Rescue and Sanctuary, 25 miles southwest of Kingman on Route 66.
A single vehicle crash into a utility pole resulted in the loss of power to approximately 400 Mohave Electric Cooperative members on Wednesday, June 24.
Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending June 19:
The suspension of trials by jury due to the coronavirus has been lifted by the Mohave County Superior Court.
The sign is a gift to the county from Hendrix, who is retiring effective Tuesday, June 30.
The Conservative Republican Club of Kingman is back in business. The Mohave Republican Forum is not.
Kino Avenue from Willow Road to North Glen Road will be closed starting 7 a.m. Tuesday, June 30 until 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 1.
The Kingman Police Department has been made aware of unknown persons calling people from the Kingman area and identifying themselves as Lt. Jim Brice, however, it is a scam.
If Jason was given three wishes, he would wish for a forever family, the ability to build a magical homeless shelter, and have an infinite amount of money.