While people most assuredly still enjoyed themselves over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, it appears they did so responsibly as the Kingman Police Department made only one DUI arrest and the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office made none.
The introduced amendment would remove those “arbitrary” lines and allow residents of Mohave and Clark counties to receive those partial reparations.
The future management of the Mohave County Fairgrounds, which are home to annual September Mohave County Fair and are being commonly considered the gem of the region, was a topic of an interesting discussion Monday, at the regular meeting of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors.
After a week of working, the day to rest has finally come. It’s your day off.
The Clean City Commission will discuss whether it wants to participate in Dig-It Kingman Community Garden’s Earth Day Celebration set for April 20. It will also consider participating in the Kingman Arbor Day celebration and providing trees for planting.
The closure is necessary for sidewalk ramp construction at the west and east intersections of S. Eighth Street and Andy Devine Avenue. The street is expected to remain closed until Wednesday, April 3.
The County is preparing itself and Kingman residents for the 2020 United States Census (Census 2020), which will be the 24th census in the history of the nation.
KPD officers and deputies of the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the school, which is in the 3700 block of Prospector Street, to find it closed and unoccupied.
The issue of veteran housing was the hottest item during the regular meeting of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors Monday. After a lively discussion, the Board approved the project unanimously, receiving a round of applause from the residents who showed up to support local veterans.
The Kingman coalition will hold a “Lucky to Be Tobacco/Nicotine Free” event at 8 a.m. Wednesday at American Woodmark, 4475 E. Mohave Airport Drive.
“It’s not all law enforcement, it’s not all business owners,” Schuster explained. “We wanted a plethora of different experience levels that we can bring forward to apply to all the different situations we find ourselves in.”
The American Rosie the Riveter Association is looking for these women, to find their stories and preserve them in history.
Two children who wandered off from a campsite near Blake Ranch Road on Friday were promptly located thanks to the efforts of Mohave County Search and Rescue and an area resident.
At approximately 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District units were dispatched to a commercial vehicle fire in the 1200 block of Ames Avenue.
Council will discuss awarding the bid for a water recharge injection well at the Hilltop wastewater plant and expanding the Stockton Hill Road project at its meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.
One of the first questions fielded by City Manager Ron Foggin and councilwomen Deana Nelson and SueAnn Mello Keener at Wednesday’s Mohave Republican Forum meeting was in regards to how Kingman is addressing its roads without funding.
Growing up can be tough, especially if some of those tough situations include being bullied at school for following a certain religion, the way you sound, dress and anything else people can find to pick at.
Larson LifeSkills recently announced its February winners.
Matthew Mendez, a senior at Kingman High School, was recently selected as the Kingman Rotary Club’s Student Rotarian.
On Friday, March 15, we all woke up to the news that in distant New Zealand, a 28-year old Australian man killed 49 people in two mosques in Christchurch on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. This tragic event is just one in a long chain of hate-motivated terrorist attacks around the world.
Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club featured Marty Adams, Kingman Regional Medical Center Social Worker at its March 8 meeting.