The Mohave County Assessor’s Office received the Summit Award for Valuing Deep Water Wells from the Arizona Association of Counties at AAC’s annual conference in Phoenix this month.
With Kingman Regional Medical Center preparing for its vaccine mandate to become effective, less than 10 individuals protested in front of the hospital in opposition to the mandate on Thursday, Nov. 18.
With the holiday season fast approaching, the Kingman Area Food Bank is seeing an increase in the hungry matched with an increase in giving.
The Kingman Unified School District board voted 3-2 to approve transitioning the district's facilities, maintenance and custodial staff to the facilities management company SSC Services for Education of Knoxville, Tennessee.
The Kingman area continues to suffer the worst of the county’s COVID-19 surge, with another 71 residents infected and another death attributed to complications from the coronavirus.
Nucor Steel of Kingman on Friday, Nov. 12 presented the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council with a $63,438 check for Operation 6.
Toby Orr and Krisina Michelson were the speakers at the Nov. 12 meeting of the Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club.
Harlowe is a sweet and talkative little girl who loves to be helpful.
Mohave County Treasurer Cindy Landa Cox submitted her resignation to the Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday, Nov. 17. Interested candidates can apply until noon Dec. 10.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved $250,000 in relief funding for the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office overtime budget.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors has approved an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Kingman, as well as awarded a civil engineering services contract to Sunrise Engineering of Mesa, for the Devlin Sewer project in the Butler area.
The disclaimer for Mohave County COVID-19 news releases proposed at a Board of Supervisors meeting earlier this month is no longer being considered.
U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton’s (D-Phoenix) bill to extend coverage to “downwinders” in lower Mohave County was advanced yesterday by the House Judiciary Committee with a bipartisan vote.
Kenneth Barry Rutledge of Lake Havasu City, last seen Nov. 16 at his residence in the 1900 block of Thrasher drive, has been located deceased, reports the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.
Only one case of influenza was reported throughout Mohave County as of the beginning of this month.
Jaylene and Julien are siblings who truly enjoy spending time together, even if it’s just hanging out and watching movies.
The Lee Williams High School marching band has qualified for the Arizona Band and Orchestra Directors Association’s State Marching Band Championship.
Mayor Jen Miles responded to a report that I-40 Rancho Santa Fe is put on hold by saying the project remains “in process.”
Kingman Powerhouse Kiwanis has been providing local children with clothes during the holiday season for 25 years, and thanks to a partnership with the Salvation Army, the 2021 Clothe the Kids initiative will include toys and be expanded to include all children up to age 18.
The Mohave County Department of Public Health reported another 144 new cases of COVID-19 and six deaths from the virus on Wednesday, Nov. 17.
Former President Donald Trump is endorsing Rep. Paul Gosar, one day after the Arizona Republican was censured by the House of Representatives for posting a violent cartoon video that depicted a character with his face killing one of New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's.
The City of Kingman announced the appointment and promotion of Assistant Chief Jack Yeager to Kingman Fire Chief beginning December 6, 2021 in a press release.
Mohave Community College welcomed eighth graders from around Kingman to learn about the programs MCC has to offer prior to and after graduation from high school.