Nine new cases of COVID-19, including two in the expansive Kingman medical service area, were announced by the Mohave County Department of Public health on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Great American Pizza, 6775 Highway 68 in Golden Valley, closed last weekend, blaming “the heavy hand of government.”
Preparing for a presidential visit and a crowd of 15,000-plus Trump supporters with less than a week’s notice has been surprisingly low key, at least from Bullhead City’s perspective.
Pirates, parrots, sword fighters, jousters and much more are planned for the Mohave County Fairgrounds Association’s second annual Renaissance Faire, which has been expanded to three days, Nov. 13-15 at the Mohave County Fairgrounds.
The Mohave Community College chapter of Alpha Chi Omega of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society recently hosted a virtual induction ceremony for new members for fall 2020.
Dave Hodges, researcher and radio host of “The Common Sense Show,” along with former Graham County (Arizona) Sheriff Richard Mack, were in Kingman on Friday, Oct. 23 to talk about the Constitution and the state of the country.
Seth is a helpful, smart and fun child.
There were no new cases of COVID-19, and no additional deaths, in Mohave County on Sunday, Oct. 25, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.
The event will be held at the Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport at 2550 Laughlin View Drive in Bullhead City.
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported six new cases of COVID-19, but no additional deaths, in Mohave County on Sunday, Oct. 25.
Nothing wrong with normal Lake Havasu City living – beers, parties and the lake.
Twenty-two Mohave County residents spoke against face coverings being required in county-owned buildings as a safety measure against COVID-19.
The City of Kingman issued the following building permits for the week ending Oct. 15:
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit is seeking the public’s assistance with collecting information on a cold case homicide.
The City of Kingman has announced upcoming road treatments as well as waterline and sewer projects set to begin in the coming months.
Residents who are curious about the city’s strategic plan along with its mission, vision and values can now view them for themselves on the City of Kingman website.
It has been an incredibly stressful year!
While the City of Kingman has lifted its mask mandate, Kingman Regional Medical Center announced Wednesday, Oct. 21 that it will continue to require masks in all KRMC facilities.
Mohave County Manager Sam Elters used his report time at the Monday, Oct. 29 county board of supervisors meeting to praise the county employees who set an example in seeking and obtaining partnerships.
While the City of Kingman’s mask mandate has been removed, face coverings will still be required in city buildings, and local businesses remain under the direction of Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive orders
There’s no end in sight to the 2020 wildland fire season. Same can be said for the ban on burning on lands owned by the federal Bureau of Land Management in the Colorado River District, which includes Kingman.