The Kingman Young Marines, part of a national youth organization and 501(c)(3), will hold its annual recruit training classes starting Saturday, March 11.
The City of Kingman issued these business licenses the week ending Feb. 2:
Scott, who prefers to go by Bentley, is a caring young kid who likes to help others.
Drug seizures and two arrests are reported after a narcotics investigation led to a warrant-based search of an apartment in Bullhead City.
With voters turning down Proposition 415 which would have implemented a pavement preservation program for City of Kingman roads from the revenue collected from a 0.56% sales tax increase, city staff is looking at other ways to address residential roads.
Two Kingman couples are partnering in a business endeavor that will offer community entertainment featuring contemporary Virtual Reality games and a mix of old school arcade classics.
For six years, a Phoenix-based consulting team has aided Mohave County efforts to safeguard its most previous natural resource.
Along with trying to eliminate the food tax, state Republicans are also trying to get rid of residential rental taxes, claiming it’s a step to help address Arizona’s housing crisis and inflation.
Robert Ballard has been a public servant for over 30-plus years now, all within the Mohave County Recorder’s Office.
Did you know that exercise can help improve your self-image?
Amirrah is a very friendly and bubbly girl with a big heart.
A Lake Havasu City man’s mental health challenges loomed prominent in his Feb. 2 sentencing hearing for sex offenses involving a young girl years ago.
The Mohave Community College District Board of Governors discussed the idea of providing student housing at its recent meeting.
Four years ago, Mohave County purchased 15 acres of farmland to be leased to local farmers.
A bill to extend the Good Samaritan Law, which protects an individual who seeks medical attention for an overdose from being charged or prosecuted for possession of a drug, passed unanimously in the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, Feb. 2.
The Mohave County Animal Shelter will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its new facility on Monday, Feb. 6 at 2 p.m.
The good news is Mohave County now falls in the low-transmission zone for COVID-19.
Residents of Colorado River communities are eager for the repaving of nearly 50 miles of well-worn State Route 95 through Lake Havasu and Bullhead City.
Adam is a sweet, thoughtful, talkative who is always willing to lend a hand to help others.
A young Lake Havasu City resident has been advised he could spend five times longer in prison if convicted at trial rather than entering a plea agreement for a Memorial Day Holiday weekend shooting incident.
A group of neighbors in Golden Valley worked together last week cowboy-and-cowgirl style riding their horses to save the life of a young miniature horse that had escaped its pen and got lost in the desert for two days.
Out-of-state entities have gone to court to challenge Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) Director Tom Buschatzke’s Dec. 19, 2022 designation of the Hualapai Valley Groundwater Basin as an Irrigation Non-Expansion Area (INA).