Every state has its own and Arizona cooperative extensions are managed by the University of Arizona.
Children and infants obviously aren’t going to get behind the wheel of a vehicle to drive anywhere, but they can still get an ID card
It’s approaching that time of year when monsoons come and go as they please, and to that end, Gov. Doug Ducey has proclaimed June 9-14 to be Monsoon Awareness Week.
A reminder to all boaters that Arizona Game and Fish Department will be holding a life jacket exchange at the Region 3 office in Kingman on Saturday.
Arizona Department of Revenue is ready to work with taxpayers who have filed their 2018 taxes, but need some extra time to pay what they owe. The department says there are installment agreement options available.
Once a month, several Kingman ladies gather to play Bunco, an obscure 19th century indoor game, which started in England. Imported to San Francisco, it spread across America. Presently, it celebrates its big comeback – it was estimated that in 2006 27 million American women played it on a regular basis.
According to the National Weather Service, the high temperatures begin Tuesday, June 11, which will be sunny with a high near 101 degrees.
Bullhead City woman's body found in response to subject in the roadway call
Mohave County Sheriff’s officials say deputies are investigating the death of a jail inmate
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of a missing person, Richard Blaine Smith, 47, of Oatman
The Interact Club at Lee Williams High School have made an effort to show that the campus is one of happiness, safety, sanctity and peace.
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for lane closures on west- and eastbound Interstate 40 Business Loop through the town of Seligman between I-40B Exit 123 (milepost 143) and I-40B Exit 121 (milepost 138) while a pavement-repair project is underway. Drivers could experience delays up to 20 minutes while I-40B is reduced to one lane only.
KINGMAN – Terry Flanagan, Commandant of Marine Corps League 887, spoke at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club’s May 24th meeting on the World War I Memorial currently being restored by the Marine Corps League’s Devil Dogs.
Residents of Kingman may see a special election coming up in November if the Kingman Unified School District governing board gives its approval to move forward with a multi-million dollar bond that will refurbish Palo Christi School.
Sup. Buster Johnson of District 3 went to Washington, D.C. to testify against the Grand Canyon Centennial Protection Act, which if passed will make permanent a uranium mining ban set to expire in 2032 on 1 million acres of buffer zones north and south of the Grand Canyon.
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and Kingman Police Department reported the following arrests for the week of June 7:
Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending May 31:
PHOENIX – The more than 500,000 military veterans in Arizona now have greater access to health care options beyond those available from the Department of Veterans Affairs. A nationwide program that took effect Thursday expands the circumstances under which veterans can access care outside the VA system.
Grocery stores owned by Kroger, including Smith's, across the country are recalling store-label frozen berries because they might be contaminated with hepatitis A
The Arizona Court of Appeals has granted Gerald Richardson’s special action request to have the two endangerment charges for which he was indicted remanded back to the grand jury.
Local republicans are looking forward to a busy week. Attorney Stephen Richer, who went after Democratic Recorder Adrien Fontes, accusing him of election fraud in Maricopa County, will speak at the Conservative Republican Club at noon, Monday, June 10.
After being launched 34 feet in the air and rolling 95 feet on the way down a rocky cliffside, Ranee Tirrell-Cates wasn’t concerned for her own safety. Upon landing on a patch of sand at the bottom of the hairpin turn on Fort Beale Drive, her priority was her unconscious fiancé.
Kingman Regional Medical Center reported a “security incident” on its website, which was shut down on April 8 and, after two months, still remains under construction.
As the wheels on the bus go round and round, many of those wheels may not be turning due to bus driver shortages. Across the state many districts are facing shortages, but are Kingman Academy of Learning and Kingman Unified School District on the same bus?