There will be no 2020 Mohave County Fair due to the pandemic.
The King of Hemp Store in downtown Kingman may be two months away from opening due to COVID-19-related delays, but the farm located near Dolan Springs has received mostly positive results from its first round of testing.
A motorcycle wash to benefit homeless veterans in Arizona was held at the Original Kingman Farmers Market on Aug. 11.
Kingman Regional Medical Center has made a few changes to its visitor policies that went into effect Thursday, Aug. 13, with additional changes needing to be observed as of Monday, Aug. 17.
Kingman Center for the Arts’ annual 6x6 on Route 66 fundraiser is up and running, with a deadline to submit artwork of Tuesday, Sept. 1.
There’s a new pastor at Oak Street Baptist Church, 605 E. Oak St., in Kingman.
Nonprofit organizations, educational institutions and city, state and tribal governments that share the Arizona Route 66 Association’s mission of preserving, promoting and protecting the Mother Road are now eligible for up to $25,000 in grant funding.
The Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the 43rd Annual Andy Awards, honoring individuals, organizations and businesses making a difference in the community.
The Mohave County Public Works Department has received a national award for its innovative way of conducting road culvert inspections.
The annual Veterans Day Parade in Kingman has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but veterans won’t be forgotten thanks to the Kingman Marine Corps League.
Delicia enjoys watching Breaking Bad and TikTok videos.
A rash of COVID-19 cases weeks ago has hit home in Mohave County.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors is seeking applicants to fill a vacant position on the Yucca Fire District Board.
Mohave County has received about $25,000 in federal CARES Act coronavirus relief funding earmarked for helping the homeless and hungry deal with the impacts of COVID-19.
Friends of Mohave County Animal Shelter’s Coins for a Cause coin drive has expanded to additional businesses in the Kingman, Golden Valley and Fort Mohave areas.
Dakota (aka DJ) is an intelligent, creative, active boy with quite the sense of humor and a huge personality.
The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch for the Kingman area from 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 14 until 9 p.m. Monday, Aug. 17.
The impact of a rash of COVID-19 cases weeks ago has hit home in Mohave County.
On Monday, Aug. 8, Mohave County Public Health Director Denise Burley reported to the county board of supervisors that her 11-member team of investigators is quickly catching up on the backlog of COVID-19 case investigations. Approximately 2,000 have been completed and 1,000 remain active, Burley said.
The Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District Board of Directors on Monday, Aug. 10 voted 4-1 to enter into an agreement with Precise Builders, Inc. for the remodel and reconstruction of the structure located at 2600 Northern Ave.
After a deadly July, the number of new COVID-19 cases and deaths in Mohave County is falling.
Marty Brandon Tisdale, 39, of Kingman was arrested by the Kingman Police Department on Thursday, Aug. 6 after allegedly fleeing a traffic stop at a high rate of speed.
The National Park Service has selected two companies to provide the guided dives to the World War II plane that is submerged in Lake Mead.
The Kingman Downtown Merchants Association has canceled the Veterans Day Parade typically scheduled for the Saturday before Veterans Day on Nov. 11.