An inmate at the Mohave County jail has tested positive for COVID-19, the first case of the virus recorded at the facility.
There were 17 more COVID-19 cases confirmed by the Mohave County Department of Public Health the evening of Wednesday, May 27, more than half of which were from the Bullhead City service area.
Mohave County Department of Public Health has received 160 vials of Remdesivir that can be used to treat COVID-positive patients who are in intensive care, the county’s chief health officer Denise Burley told the Mohave County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, May 26.
Mohave County set a one-week high for the number of new COVID-19 cases, with 69 positive tests from May 19-25, according to figures compiled by the Mohave County Department of Public Health.
Kingman residents are pleased overall with the efforts and offerings of the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, according to a recently conducted survey, but there remain areas for improvement, including the addition of sought-after amenities.
The City of Kingman issued the following business licenses the week ending May 21:
Of 377 individuals tested for the coronavirus in Lake Havasu City on May 16, only three tested positive for COVID-19.
Mohave County’s unemployment rate in April was 18.4%, the 14th highest rate of Arizona’s 15 counties.
Christopher is good at just about everything he tries.
Mohave Community College is saying goodbye to a familiar face. Lake Havasu campus dean Jann Woods is retiring from MCC at the end of the school year.
Martin Swanty Hyundai has donated a vehicle to the Club for YOUth’s capital campaign for a new and expanded facility.
At a May 21 meeting with the Mohave County Board of Supervisors regarding COVID-19, county Health Director Denise Burley shed some light on the work of the nurses and epidemiologists working in the county Department of Public Health.
Kingman City Council declined to remove any items from the Tuesday, May 19 consent agenda for discussion, and approved all five in a single motion.
The City of Kingman Economic Development Advisory Commission will meet virtually at noon Tuesday, May 26.
Thousands of people visited county-owned Davis Camp along the Colorado River at Bullhead City on Saturday, May 16, the Mohave County Parks Department told the Board of Supervisors on Thursday, May 21.
Pools will open for the summer, and the sacrifices of Americans who died in wars will be honored on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, as Mohave County eases into summer during a coronavirus pandemic.
Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending May 15:
Two more Kingman area residents perished and another is hospitalized from complications of COVID-19.
Melissa Henak is a local elder care adviser who assists individuals in need of long-term care services in accessing benefits to pay for the care they need.
The City of Kingman’s residential solid waste customers could see a slight increase of 3% to their rates in the coming years, and should city council take the recommendation of consultant Willdan Financial Services, an increase of 35% could be in store for commercial customers.
The City of Kingman will begin long-line striping roads on Tuesday, May 26, and has asked motorists to use caution when driving near and around work crews.