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Canyon Community Church, KCA hosts John Nilsen for piano concert

Fingers will fly over the ivories at Kingman Center for the Arts Friday.

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The 35th annual Women Making History award winners announced

Congratulations are in order for eight women this week who have received the 35th annual Women Making History award.

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‘A good time for a good cause’: Hollywood and Wine returns

“The Chamber of Commerce does bring value to this community as well as to our local businesses,” Hindenach said.

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Supervisors don’t vote on supporting gas tax after Biasiucci informs board hike struck from bill

Supervisor Hildy Angius read a statement from Biasiucci on the matter.

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Missing over-the-air channels? County suggests rescanning TV

Mohave County’s Television Improvement District is almost done with its over-the-air TV channel changes.

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Grand Canyon looking into possible radiation exposure

Grand Canyon National Park officials say they are investigating whether anyone was exposed to radiation at unsafe levels while samples of uranium ore sat in plastic buckets in a park research building.

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Colorado man arrested for identity theft, other felonies in Kingman

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested 62-year-old Benjamin Lee Peters of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on Friday in connection to an alleged fraudulent use of a credit card.

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Blanco, real estate agent murderer, sentenced to life in prison

'Throw this one in prison and swallow the key’

Alfredo Gerardo Blanco, who at the end of January was found guilty of the first-degree murder of Sidney Cranston Jr., was sentenced to natural life in prison Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019.

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Lake Havasu's giant redears attributed to invasive quagga mussels

It’s no secret that Lake Havasu’s redear sunfish are big, and the Arizona Game and Fish Department has seemingly confirmed a longstanding theory that the reason may be because of invasive quagga mussels in Havasu’s waters

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Kingman under winter storm watch

Now that the approximately 2 inches of snow has melted, the City should prepare for another wave of winter storms as the National Weather Service has declared a winter storm watch from 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 until 5 a.m. Friday, Feb 22.

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Southwest flight makes quick stop in Kingman before heading to Las Vegas

The plane was back en route to Las Vegas with a delay of two hours and 40 minutes.

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Amtrak gets $50M for Southwest Chief route that runs through Mohave County

Amtrak officials previously proposed replacing train service with bus service between Dodge City, Kansas, and Albuquerque, New Mexico – about a quarter of the 2,265-mile route providing daily train service between Los Angeles and Chicago.

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City representatives head to State Capitol

“We need to have a voice on programs and policies for our groundwater, and this would create it,” said Mayor Jen Miles.

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Manhattan Dance Project offers dance classes to community

Manhattan Dance Project is dancing its way to Kingman.

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Mohave County Fairgrounds opens naming rights for buildings

Fairgrounds Manager Tim Woods says the events taking place at the Mohave County Fairgrounds make for a unique advertising opportunity for local businesses

“In the main building I’ve got 21,000 square feet under roof, and that consists of three halls, each hall is 60 foot by 100,” Woods said. “So naming rights per hall.”

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General javelina hunts set to start Friday, what local hunters should expect

The last of the spring 2019 javelina seasons is set to open Friday, but with the continued unsettled weather, hunt success this year may not be as high as in past years in units favored by local sportsmen.

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Kingman graced with snow: community takes advantage of winter weather

Kingman’s early birds woke up to a blanket of snow Monday morning, but started playing in the snow Sunday night as it started to fall.

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Tutors needed to help improve reading skills

The Kingman Area Literacy Program, a volunteer-advocacy group that promotes literacy skills for all ages, is asking for your help.

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City parks commission to discuss playground at Firefighter’s Park

Aside from hearing park, recreation and golf course superintendent reports, commissioners will discuss and select a review panel for a playground at Firefighter’s Memorial Park, 2201 Detroit Ave.

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Silver alert deactivated for Kingman man

Charles Dearstien was located Sunday at the San Ysidro, California U.S. Customs and Border Facility, according to Arizona Department of Public Safety’s duty office.

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From Manzanita to Lee Williams: Scott Taylor chosen to be new principal at LWHS

Scott Taylor started his educational journey as a student at Manzanita Elementary School. The next step in his career is becoming principal of Lee Williams High School.

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Kingman Crossing Boulevard lane reduction returns to Council

At Council’s last meeting, it voted to reduce the traffic lanes for Kingman Crossing Boulevard from four to two in order to save about $1.3 million which could then be spent on other projects. Vice Mayor Travis Lingenfelter has requested the item be put back on the agenda.

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Report on Lingenfelter recall included in Council agenda

City attorney cites case law: ‘government officials are not responsible for providing erroneous information’

Cooper notes that the recall committee could restart the effort with a new petition number and deadline.

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Utah Shakespeare Festival brings the classic tragedy Macbeth to LWHS

Double, double toil and trouble

Utah Shakespeare Festival is bringing them all to Kingman to perform the William Shakespeare classic “Macbeth” to the students of LWHS, the Positive Alternative Campus and the community.

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Accused Walleck Ranch Park shooter declines plea offer

Timothy Joseph Bell, 20, who is facing felony charges for his alleged involvement in March’s Walleck Ranch Park shooting, has declined acceptance of a plea agreement offered by the state.

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