Dig It Kingman Community Gardens is thanking the community for providing leaves in which children played during an event held Jan. 14.
Vitalant blood services has scheduled multiple blood drives for the month of February in the Kingman area, including at the Kingman City Complex, Beale Celebrations, the Mohave County Public Works Department and more.
Tocara, who likes to go by Cara, is a lovable young lady who always has a smile on her face!
The City of Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission is recommending amendments to zoning code parking area and driveway improvement standards to Kingman City Council.
The City of Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission is recommending a zoning code amendment to Kingman City Council for a proposed Airbnb Airstream park in downtown Kingman.
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 939 new COVID-19 cases and nine deaths from complications of the virus on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 25-26.
Expect additional highway improvements in northern Arizona this year as the Arizona Department of Transportation prepares to kick off projects along northern Arizona highways, including administering a traffic interchange at I-40 and Rancho Santa Fe Parkway in Kingman, the agency wrote in a news release.
Nathan, an outgoing and active boy, loves the park and jumping on the trampoline.
American Pickers, a series on The History Channel exploring the world of antique picking, will be in Arizona during March 2022, and is looking for local leads.
A California woman sustained serious injuries when she was ejected from her SUV after a one-vehicle crash near Meadview on Sunday, Jan. 23.
The City of Kingman and partners are in the first steps of building a 400-unit workforce housing apartment complex near Centennial Park at 3333 Harrison St.
Interstate Group, LLC is expanding its trailer-building facility at the Kingman Industrial Park with the addition of another 21,000-square-foot building at their current site at 4400 Interstate Way.
Mohave County suffered just 271 additional COVID-19 cases and three deaths from complications of the virus in the most-recent report issued by the Mohave County Department of Public Health on Monday, Jan. 24.
The Kingman Rocketeers will hold their monthly rocket launch from 8-11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 12 at Red Lake.
Candidates for Arizona Attorney General and Legislative District 5 will address the Kingman Republican Women at noon Monday, Feb. 7 at the College Park Church Community Center, 1990 Jagerson Ave.
As part of the Bureau of Land Management’s efforts to build a clean energy future for all communities, the agency has announced that the Colorado River District will host a virtual forum to share information and receive public input on four applications for solar energy development.
The Kingman Regional Medical Center laboratory has been awarded continued accreditation by the Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists.
A Kingman man, identified as 53-year-old Lonny Paul Morgan, died as the result of a single-vehicle collision that occurred at milepost 14 on Stockton Hill Road on Saturday, Jan. 22.
Thirteen Arizona counties have voted to postpone this year’s census of the state’s homeless population, due to a rise in coronavirus cases attributed to the omicron variant.
Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending Jan. 14:
Bill Lenhart of Sunbelt Development, the City of Kingman’s partner for the Rancho Santa Fe Traffic Interchange, has pleaded guilty to making an unlawful campaign contribution by a corporation, a charge that was reduced to a Class 1 misdemeanor.
Logan is a talkative, opinionated and laughter-filled young boy who loves doing anything outside – especially swimming.
Outdoor recreation enthusiasts are asked to participate in the Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) by taking the public survey conducted by Arizona State Parks and Trails, the agency wrote in a news release.
A New York man was sentenced this week for an alleged drunk driving accident that caused more than $200,000 in damage to the London Bridge.
The Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission voted to consider a “setback-based” amendment for the zoning code regarding driveway and parking improvements.