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Unemployed must accept job in 4 weeks or lose benefits

Arizonans who don’t take pretty much any job after being out of work for at least four weeks will lose their unemployment benefits.

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Hemp farm under development in Golden Valley

A California businessman is developing about 500 acres in Mohave County as a hemp farm for veterans after legislation was passed this year to legalize the product in Arizona.

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4-H youths to show animal friends at Dig It Garden

Dig It Community Garden invites parents and kids to come out for “Animal Friends in the Garden” from 9-11 a.m. Saturday in the children’s area of the garden at 2301 Lillie Ave., next to Cecil Davis Park.

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State Rep. Paul Mosley denies swiping nomination papers

State Rep. Paul Mosley is pushing back against accusations that he took a political opponent’s nomination papers from a Lake Havasu City store.

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Armed robbery at Chase Bank

Kingman Police Department are investigating an armed robbery at the Chase Bank located in the 3700 block of North Stockton Hill Road

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Sharpshooter Sarah Schrade can handle her guns

The first time Sarah Schrade took a trip to Mile 7 Hill Range in Golden Valley, she hit only nine of 25 targets from the trap shoot.

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Gov. Doug Ducey talks sports betting in Arizona

The governor said Tuesday he wants to “maintain the culture and flavor of our state’’ in deciding who should get the right to offer wagering on professional and amateur sports.

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Theater holds auditions for ‘Dorothy in Wonderland’

The auditions will be from 4-7 p.m. Friday and from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Kingman Center for the Arts Gallery, 208 Beale St.

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Los Piso Mojado Boys playing Metcalfe Park

Musicians Roger Casanova and Ramon Torres are well known in the community, both separately and together. They offer authentic sound and content with a distinct Mexican flavor.

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Run for the Wall drives through Kingman

Between two routes, around 1,000 motorcyclists made their way through Kingman Wednesday afternoon during their Run of the Wall and stopped at the Mother Road Harley Davidson, 2501 Beverly Ave., for some lunch.

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Golden Valley teen killed in rollover crash Tuesday on Highway 68

A rollover crash that occurred Tuesday afternoon around 4:41 p.m. caused one person to die and six others to sustain injuries

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Run for the Wall scheduled for Wednesday, May 16

Two of the Run for the Wall routes will be passing through Kingman Wednesday, May 16

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Willow the Mohave Wash dog has found a foster home

Willow had many litters of puppies and some were rescued, but no one is sure what happened to the others. Her home was a den made out of bushes.

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Counterfeit carfentanil-containing pills seized in Phoenix

According to the Pima County and Tucson Metropolitan Counter Narcotics Alliance, carfentanil is 10,000 times more powerful than morphine, 1,000 times more powerful than heroin and 100 times more powerful than fentanyl.

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Prettying up the Harbor: Local realty team strives to make a difference in the community

The Keller Williams team proved that fact not only with their time, but by coordinating donations from other area businesses.

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Sports betting now allowed in all states, Supreme Court rules

In a 6-3 decision the justices struck down a 1992 federal law which dictated that most states cannot allow such wagering.

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Licenses & Permits | May 15, 2018

These are building permits and business licenses for the week ending May 4

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Veterans council needs support to bring in AmeriCorps

Farrell is asking for sponsors to help the council retain those volunteers through the VISTA program.

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Nautilus students know boating safety

Kindergartners and first-graders tried on scuba gear and saw patrol boats, which helped fuel their questions.

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Community assistance requested in locating runaway juvenile

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is looking for community assistance in locating runaway juvenile Erica Aliby Brewer, 16, believed to be in the Bullhead City and Fort Mohave area

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Lake Havasu and Colorado River to see increased safety presence

The sheriff’s office urges boaters to boat safe, smart, sober and to always wear a lifejacket.

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World War II veteran proud of liberating Dachau prisoners

Traipsing through southern Germany in April 1945, U.S. Army Private Gilbert De la O saw from a distance what looked to be piles of wood stocked for the coming winter.

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Arizona company fined, banned for illegal telemarketing calls

The owners of Desert Valley Aire Inc. have agreed to $340,000 in civil fines to end a lawsuit filed by the Attorney General’s Office. The company, which has offices in Phoenix, Tucson and Prescott, admitted to making at least 25,000 illegal telemarketing calls from 2011 to 2015.

County has record number of dangerous buildings

Mohave County has cleaned up or eliminated 125 buildings since starting its dangerous building abatement program nine years ago.

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Former sheriff Joe Arpaio to speak Monday in Kingman

Larry Schiff is taking advantage of the campaign season like a college recruiter, bringing in another blue-chipper to speak to the Conservative Republican Club of Kingman at 11:15 a.m. Monday at DamBar and Steak House, 1960 Andy Devine Ave.