Mohave County issued these building permits in the week ending May 20:
Carole Collins has been the Mohave County Public Fiduciary since 2017.
The Kingman Parks, Aquatics, Recreation and Golf Commission approved supporting the Connector Trail Project, which would link downtown Kingman to uptown through White Cliffs Wagon Wheels Trail.
As the country gears up for the inaugural National Road Trip Day, the Kingman community is setting up its portion of the Mother Road to host the new holiday and celebrate the highway’s history.
The Mohave County Recovery Court graduated nine students from the program and celebrated the strength and perseverance of each graduate.
White Cliffs Senior Living is celebrating the lives of those who live at The Gardens, the community’s Memory Care environment, through a memory care wall for Alzheimer and dementia residents.
This friendly, driven and confident boy loves school, a good nap and his favorite TV show, Supernatural.
Following direction from the Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Monday, May 16, an Ad Hoc Committee will be formed to determine a needs assessment for a new county fairgrounds.
Western Arizona conservatives’ second favorite Lake appeared in Lake Havasu City this week, alongside state and local Republican candidates to meet voters and discuss issues central to conservative values.
The VFW Post 10386 dart league donated $1,550 to the Fireball Foundation.
The City of Kingman issued the following building permits in the week ending May 13:
Kingman Municipal Court Judge Jeffrey Singer said the Kingman Veterans Treatment Court wants to continue creating outlets for veterans to feel connected after graduating from the program.
About 270 motorcyclists, participants the Run for the Wall, stopped for lunch in Kingman on their trek to Washington D.C. in honor of veterans who made it home, and those who didn’t.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors approved forming a large committee of stakeholders to address fairgrounds needs for the proposed county fairgrounds relocation.
Mohave County Democrats Kingman District 1 will be having a petition signing slam on Saturday, May 21 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in front of their office at 212B N. 5th Street in downtown Kingman.
Kingman Republican Women at their June 6 meeting will hear from gubernatorial candidate Matt Salmon, Arizona State Treasurer Candidates Kimberly Yee, treasurer candidate Jeff Wenninger and John Gillette, a candidate for state representative in LD 30.
Salina loves math, volleyball, basketball and listening to rap music – especially Drake.
The Kingman Police Department has been awarded a $1,000 grant from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to participate in the two-week “Buckle Up Arizona … It’s the Law” program from May 23 through June 5 as part of the National Click It or Ticket Campaign.
Bashas’ grocery store at 3360 E. Andy Devine Ave. in Kingman will hold a pop-up hiring event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 21.
More than 75 years ago, the United States prepared for a conflict with the Soviet Union that ultimately never erupted onto the battlefield.
A red flag fire warning will be in effect from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, May 19 in the Kingman area.
Mohave Community College Nursing program hosted a pinning ceremony for graduating students on the Kingman campus.
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Nathan James Rubalcava, 32, of Mohave Valley, and Gabrielle Christine Arizaga, 30, of Bullhead City, after fentanyl pills were allegedly found in their possession.
The Mohave County Democratic Central Committee hosted its 25th annual picnic with a variety of Arizona candidates and over 60 attendees.