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Jennie-O Turkey products recalled for Salmonella

Jennie-O Turkey Store Sales, LLC, a Barron, Wisconsin establishment, is recalling approximately 91,388 pounds of raw ground turkey products that may be associated with an illness outbreak

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City prepares for new Council, tax rate

Kingman’s new City Council members will be sworn in Dec. 4, according to the City of Kingman.

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Rattler registration drops due to rescheduling, conflict with Tucson race

The October storm that dumped a couple inches of rain in higher elevations of Mohave County put a damper on the fifth annual Route 66 Rattler mountain bike race, cutting registration numbers in half from past years, the race director said Wednesday.

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Former WAVE business manager pleads not guilty to felony theft charges

Long was in court for two cases. In the first she is facing three felony counts including theft, theft of a credit card and fraudulent use of a credit card.

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Whiskers and Wine presents a Cowboy Christmas

Tickets for the fundraiser, set for 6 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Grand Events Center, 515 E. Beale St., are $50 and available at the humane society located at 950 Buchanan St.

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KRMC doctor stays in Kingman after completing residency

Jayson Malufau, an osteopathic doctor at Kingman Regional Medical Center, has chosen to practice in Kingman after completing his three-year residency in family medicine.

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Man identified in Orozco shooting charged with second-degree murder

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office arrested Gerald Richardson, 57, of Golden Valley, on Thursday in the shooting death of Jessica Mae Orozco, charging him with second-degree murder.

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Less spent on indigent defense this year in Mohave County

Despite a higher caseload in 2018, the Mohave County Office of Indigent Defense Services spent about 20 percent less money on felony cases this year, according to a county report this week.

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KUSD board selects 3 finalists for next superintendent

Kingman Unified School District has narrowed down its choices to three candidates to be the next superintendent.

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City receives complaints, inquiries on shed setback requirements

The cities of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Flagstaff, like Kingman, do not require building permits for accessory structures less than 200 square feet. But Scottsdale requires Planning Services staff to review the site plan prior to accessory structure placement, and Flagstaff requires a zoning permit.

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Clean City Commission seeks to promote community involvement

Commissioners will talk about ways to promote community involvement in cleanup events, including utilizing outreach venues like the City’s website and Facebook page.

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KHS band wins bronze at AzMBA competition

Kingman High School marching band won third place Saturday at the Arizona Marching Band Association championships.

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Bowling leagues foster friendly competition, chance to refine your game

It's all about having a good time with your pals, but in the end, there's money on the line.

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KUSD board meeting updates public on White Cliffs flood damage, Palo Christi

The top items of discussion were the flood damage at White Cliffs Middle School back in October and an update on the renovation of Palo Christi at the Kingman Unified School District school board meeting Tuesday.

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UniSource warns of suspicious phone callers demanding payment

More than 175 UniSource gas and electric customers have reported being targeted by scammers this year.

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Serious injury crash causes long traffic delay on Stockton Hill

A serious injury crash occurred around noon Tuesday involving a 2015 maroon Chevrolet pickup truck and Harley Davidson motorcycle.

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Cedar Hills awarded with ‘A’ for 2017-2018

Cedar Hills School in the Hackberry School District received an A during the 2017-2018 academic school year.

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What mass shootings do to those not shot: Social consequences of mass gun violence

Mass shootings seem to have become a sad new normal in the American life.

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Parks official's signature on documents raises questions

The deputy director of Arizona State Parks & Trails, who is under investigation over accusations the agency bulldozed over archaeological sites, once signed a federal grant application over the objections of a staff archaeologist, according to documents obtained Monday by The Arizona Republic.

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Area firefighters lend aid to California wildfire victims

The National Weather Service offered a bleak outlook on Monday, advising that high winds, dry air and low humidity will likely accelerate the fires’ spread throughout Northern and Southern California this week.

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Arnold Plaza making progress toward veterans’ resource center

The project by Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council will bridge the transition from military to civilian life for homeless vets.

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Men arrested in narcotic bust arraigned

Darren Roy Hartwick is facing three felony counts including possession of narcotic drugs for sale, possession of drug paraphernalia, and child abuse by domestic violence.

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Biasiucci honored to be elected, ready to work for district constituents

Lake Havasu City business owner wins in his first run for state House of Representatives as a Republican.

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Nucor celebrates safety certification at Kingman steel plant

Arizona Department of Occupational Safety and Health conducted an intensive audit of the mill in August.

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Soroptimist of Kingman is looking for recipients

Soroptimist International of Kingman is seeking out organizations that need help funding and have the same interests as the club.

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