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With planning, school lunches can be packed with pizzazz

Bashas' grocery store shares some easy tips that will make it easier for parents to pack their kids' lunches and save money too.

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City’s write-in candidacy issue goes to Mohave Superior Court

The verified complaint filed with the court states Watkins is seeking an order that would compel the City to issue certificates of nomination to those top four candidates: Deana Nelson, Scott Holtry, Harley Pettit, and Watkins.

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Dollar General robbery, burglary suspects in court Monday

Francis William Allison was in court for three cases, the first of which pertains to the armed robbery of Dollar General at 4405 Stockton Hill Road on April 12.

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County wants BLM to extend comment deadline before closing trails

BLM's draft travel management plan calls for the closure of 1,622 miles of nearly 5,600 miles of trails on public land in Mohave County.

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Changes coming to TV district

Changes are coming to antenna television throughout Mohave County, thanks to a 2014 order from the Federal Communications Commission.

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State AG to investigate tracking of cellphone users

Saying consumer privacy is being invaded, state Attorney General Mark Brnovich has launched an inquiry into whether a major tech firm is violating the rights of Arizona residents by tracking their movements and activities through their cellphones – even after the users think they've told the company to stop.

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How To Limit Google

The way to further limit what Google keeps and learns takes far more than simply turning off the "location history'' and "location sharing'' buttons on the phone.

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Celebrating the Constitution: A document as important today as it was 200 years ago

The Lewis Kingman Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and the country as a whole, will spend the week of Sept. 17 – 23 celebrating Constitution Week, a commemoration of what one Daughter of the American Revolution called “about the most important document in U.S. history.”

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Things to know for Council’s meeting Tuesday

Council will discuss the I-11 East Kingman Connection Project, Municipal Court security, and multiple pavement and sidewalk projects at its meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Mohave County Administration building, 700 W. Beale St.

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EPA grants $429,000 to Navajo Nation college for uranium mine study

The U.S. Environmental Protection agency has awarded $429,000 to Diné College on the Navajo Nation to study potential impacts of abandoned uranium mines on livestock in the Cove area of northeastern Arizona.

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Parade entry deadline extended through Friday

The entry deadline for the Andy Devine Days Parade has been extended to Sept. 21.

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Amateurs, professionals invited to enter ADOT magazine photography contest

Arizona Department of Transportation is holding its annual magazine photography contest. For 93 years, photographers have provided stunning images to Arizona highways including landscapes, wildlife, and more.

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Licenses and Permits | Sept. 17, 2018

Dwight Ramirez: 3949 Eagle Rock Road, Kingman; residential; $25.

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Dunkin' Donuts now open: Kingman runs on Dunkin'

Dunkin’ Donuts had its soft opening Friday and Saturday was the grand opening.

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Nation, city, community celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month through Oct. 15

Celebrating a culture of family

It’s Sunday morning. You wake up to the sound of your mom blaring Vicente Fernández. You pick up other voices in the room that sound like your grandmother, great aunt and great uncle, and your father’s cousin telling each other good morning. Your nose picks up the scent of delicious menudo that you’re excited to eat. Music, family and food are part of the everyday life, but for Hispanics and Latinos it’s the roots of its culture.

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Supervisors expected to support Santa Fe Parkway grant application

The proposed Interstate 11 East Kingman Connection Project is on the agenda for discussion and possible action when the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meets at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.

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KHS Bulldog merit semifinalist sees bright future

Julian Mann, a senior at Kingman High School is currently in this stage of life. School just started but preparing for life after high school is creeping up. After he’s done with high school, he plans to attend a school in-state. He’s still undecided about what he wants to study but engineering could be an option.

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Zanna opens self-defense training center to empower lawful citizens

It’s always best to avoid confrontation, turn the other cheek and walk away from a potentially violent outcome, but when push comes to shove, Luca Zanna wants to give you a fighting chance.

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MCC president announces retirement

Michael Kearns, president of Mohave Community College, is retiring after eight years serving. He informed the college governing board his plans to retire in 2019.

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Protestors urge audiences to shun the wild animal circus

The circus can be a fun family activity. Watching the acrobats, clowns, and animals put on a memorable show. But what can happen behind the scenes is a different story.

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Walleck Ranch shooting suspect schedules settlement conference

One man charged in connection with the Walleck Ranch Park shooting in March, 19-year-old Timothy Joseph Bell, had his pretrial conference continued on Friday to allow for a settlement conference before Judge Rick Lambert.

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KMS Band Boosters seek donations for Rummage Extravaganza

Proceeds help 90 members of the middle school band pay for instruments, competition and travel costs.

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Johnston hops from Lake Havasu to Kingman as airport manager

The City of Kingman has hired Steven Johnston as manager of Kingman Airport at a salary of $84,000 a year, the City reported Friday.

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Fraud Alert: Your Social Security Number isn’t suspended. Ever.

The FTC has gotten reports about scammers trying to trick people out of their personal information by telling them that they need to “reactivate” their supposedly “suspended” SSNs.

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Mosley retains Rep. David Stringer to represent him in court

Arizona State Rep. Paul Mosley appeared at the Parker Justice Court Thursday afternoon, one week after a warrant was issued for his arrest following an alleged speeding incident approximately six months ago.

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