The Mohave County Board of Supervisors selected Supervisor Travis Lingenfelter of District 1 as chairman of the Board of Supervisors beginning Jan. 1.
Officers from the Kingman Police Department will be looking for impaired drivers throughout the Thanksgiving holiday week.
Lisa Ball was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club.
Mohave Community College Lake Havasu Campus is hosting the Mohave Military Museum’s first exhibit named “Oh Say Can You See,” now through the end of December.
An alleged accomplice in a shooting incident earlier this year at London Bridge Beach has accepted a plea agreement with prosecutors, as the suspected shooter himself awaits trial on felony charges.
The Northern Arizona Fire District cut the losses of a resident on Monday, Nov. 21 after a mattress fire was caused by smoking in bed.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to discuss the possible return of more than $2 million in federal emergency rental assistance funding to the federal government, after much of the program’s original funding went unused throughout the pandemic.
Railroad engineers accepted their deal with the railroads that will deliver 24% raises but conductors rejected theirs, threatening the health of the economy just before the holidays and casting more doubt on whether the industry will be able to resolve the labor dispute before next month's deadline without the help of Congress.
Kingman Unified School District’s Kingman High School varsity volleyball team was selected as this year’s recipient of the Arizona Interscholastic Association Class 3A Conference Sportsmanship Award.
Jayden will be the world’s greatest movie director when he grows up!
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors is scheduled next week to canvass this year’s general election results, following a series of Democratic victories in key state positions.
Although she’s worked for the county for quite some time, Mohave County Public Fiduciary Rhonda Mayo has only been in this critical leadership position for a little over a month.
Mohave Community College student Brooke Prochaska received a national award at the Association of Community College Trustees Leadership Congress on Oct. 29 in New York.
Kingman Police Chief Rusty Cooper informed the city council that department is rebranding its City Code Enforcement officers to set them apart from police officers.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors could designate $14,500 of District 1 American Rescue Plan Act funds to training opportunities for local small businesses negatively impacted by COVID-induced government shutdowns.
Kingman City Council received updates on the Rancho Santa Fe Traffic Interchange, which could break ground in July.
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Recovering gold and silver was a hard process in Mohave County during pioneer days.
Fewer than six months before the federal deadline for domestic airline travelers to have a federally-compliant form of ID, the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is urging people to consider getting the Arizona Travel ID.
A Lake Havasu City man accused of second-degree murder could be released at an upcoming hearing in Mohave Superior Court, after allegations by his attorney that prosecutors have failed to make witnesses available prior to his trial.
Skylar is a sweet, affectionate girl who makes friends easily and loves taking care of others.
The Kingman Area Food Bank has come through as a venerable institution as it again sets many places at the table for those in need this Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, Nov. 24.
Kingman City Council approved a 26% increase in wastewater capacity fees to pay for the $3.7 million Grace Neal Sewer Main interceptor line.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors is once again scheduled to discuss the county’s role as a “Constitutional Sanctuary,” two years after protests by local agencies gave rise to that distinction.