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Kingman Unified Pastoral Association wants to place an emphasis on commonality

In the past year, Kingman and the surrounding community have been painted as havens for racists and their brand of hatred and discontent.

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Kingman’s only daily newspaper hosted the first-ever Readers’ Choice Awards celebration with the recipients

Daily Miner readers choose their local favorites for the sixth consecutive year

The community has spoken. Over 30,000 votes tallied, 1,370 people voted and 1,013 businesses nominated. The end result, 133 winners.

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Tutors needed to help improve reading skills

The Kingman Area Literacy Program, a volunteer-advocacy group that promotes literacy skills for all ages, is asking for your help.

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Sounds of Kingman presents Arizona and the moon landings

Technology that is lifting humankind into space is becoming more advanced as rocket companies are now offering trips.

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For the Luv of Paws hosts adoption event Sunday

For the Luv of Paws Domestic Animal Rescue & Sanctuary is hosting an adoption event from noon -4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17 at Petco, 3320 Stockton Hill Road.

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Event Calendar | Feb. 15, 2019

Chris Commisso in Concert at 7 p.m. Friday at Kingman Center for the Arts.

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MAGNET executes search warrants in Kingman

The Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team conducted two dangerous drug search warrants in Kingman toward the end of January and the beginning of February.

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MCSO: Bomb threat scare at Black Mountain School Wednesday, no threat found

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies investigated a bomb threat at Black Mountain School, 3404 Santa Monica Road.

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Patriot Movement decries ‘Fake News,’ talks border problem

Representatives from Patriot Movement AZ were the guest speakers at this month’s Conservative Republican Club of Kingman meeting, where they told the audience about what they saw when traveling to the border and into Mexico.

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3-2 vote approves new KUSD enrollment zones

Kingman Unified School District is hosting a town hall meeting to get feedback from community members about the new enrollment zones.

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Sweets, treats, and love: Here are some local goodies to make your valentine’s heart flutter

Valentine’s Day has men and women all over the country rushing to find that perfect treat or bouquet of flowers for their significant others.

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Increased gas tax could get thumbs up from Mohave County Supervisors

State legislator proposes 23 cent per gallon increase in gas taxes

Mohave County’s roads are in bad shape, and the county doesn’t have the funding to repair or maintain them, according to Mohave County Supervisor Gary Watson.

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What to do with the old Mohave County jail? Supervisors seek answers

The historic Mohave County Jail was constructed in 1910 because the county’s former jail was too easy for inmates to break out of

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Victim, suspect in I-40 shooting ID’d by DPS

Authorities have released the names of both the victim and suspect in the shooting late Monday evening on Interstate 40 on the westbound Exit 51 ramp onto Stockton Hill Road

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Secondary crash on I-40 causes death of Kingman woman

A secondary crash that followed a previous crash 10 minutes before led to the death of a 71-year-old Kingman woman on Interstate 40 Saturday near Yucca.

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Sanders, who led officials to body of Sid Cranston, gets probation, community service

Sanders was placed on probation for one year under the supervision of the Adult Probation Department. He also must complete 1,200 hours of community restitution.

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Scottsdale nonprofit provides funding for MCC veterans centers

Supporting veterans is something that’s important nationwide. In Kingman, Mohave Community College –Neal Campus created a veterans center for its students, faculty and staff to have a space that’s “solely for them.”

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Buddy O’Brian Wallace sentenced to 32 years in prison

The judge listed six aggravating factors in the case, the first pertaining to the victim being stabbed 21 times with a deadly weapon, seven of which were fatal.

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Mohave Valley man arrested for domestic violence, kidnapping

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Joshua Leonard Husted, 40 of Fort Mohave, for threatening/ intimidating, unlawful imprisonment, kidnapping, all per domestic violence, and aggravated assault on an officer, all felonies.

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Bystander rescues driver from water at marina in Topcok

Authorities say a quick-thinking eyewitness who saw a vehicle crash through a cement barrier, flip and land on its roof into the water at a marina in Topock pulled the 68-year-old driver free from the car to safety Monday afternoon.

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I-40 UPDATE: Man dies of gunshot wound at Exit 51 off-ramp

Authorities say preliminary information indicates that a man in his 40s died from a gunshot wound late the evening of Monday, Feb. 11 on the Interstate 40 westbound off-ramp at Exit 51 onto Stockton Hill Road

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Police activity shuts down Interstate 40 westbound Exit 51 off-ramp

Interstate 40 westbound Exit 51 onto Stockton Hill Road is closed due to a police incident

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Leadership guru says giving people value will motivate them

The Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club hosted Yanick Hicks, a motivational public speaker with The John Maxwell Team. Hicks spoke of the characteristics of a good leader and how communities can obtain them.

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Drones are becoming important tools for projects and businesses

Drones are becoming more popular seemingly by the day with photographers, hobbyists and even children jumping on the trend. Drones also have practical uses that allow for time and cost savings for businesses.

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Stay warm with a quilt and support MCSO K-9s

The quilting club provided the fabric and the month-long project was completed by Linda Boyden, who designed and made the quilt.

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