The Flag Ceremony started promptly at 1 p.m. on Veterans Day on Monday, Nov. 11 at the White Cliffs Senior Living Senior Center, 3600 Peterson Road – home to many veterans of various wars, both men and women.
Kingman Regional Medical Center has received its second Hospital Safety Guide ‘A’-rating of the year, which Communications and Marketing Director Teri Williams says reinforces that KRMC is continuing to make progress in its service to the community.
Coughman was barely 19 in 1969 when he got a love letter from the United States government. He’d been drafted into the Army.
Small Business Saturday falls on the last Saturday in November, which is Nov. 30 this year.
The meeting will begin with reports that touch on past City Council action taken on planning and zoning matters, the Kingman Zoning Ordinance Update Workshop, and the 2019 APA Arizona State Planning Conference.
The City of Kingman issued the following business licenses for the week ending Nov. 8.
City Council approved the entirety of its consent agenda in a single motion at its meeting Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Staff provided City Council with a brief overview of Foreign Trade Zones and how they could be utilized by Kingman at the last regularly scheduled council meeting.
The Conservative Republican Club of Kingman will host three candidates running for the Mohave County District 1 Supervisor position at noon, Monday, Nov. 11, at Dambar Steakhouse, 1960 E. Andy Devine Ave.
Supai is a charming little village within the Grand Canyon, the capital of the Havasupai Indian reservation, popular with tourists thanks to it blue-green waterfalls.
Alexander Van Muchow, charged with numerous felony counts related to drug possession and manufacturing, entered not guilty pleas during his arraignment Thursday, Nov. 7.
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Having been found guilty of multiple felony counts including attempted first-degree murder, Anthony Scott Axton was sentenced to 63 years in prison Thursday, Nov. 7.
The City of Kingman recognizes that it still needs vehicle traffic to help fuel businesses downtown, however, Council recently received a presentation on European-style “traffic calming.”
When Connie Allen was little, all she wanted was be a veterinarian. But when she saw the great number of dogs and cats that were being euthanized, she decided she could best help those animals by shifting her efforts and service to the community.
Susan McAlpine, who was recently appointed to the national Wild Burros and Wild Horses Advisory Board in Washington, showed up at the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meeting last Monday with her first report.