Local country musician Matt Farris has been performing at and attending BalloonFest for many years but it was only this year that Farris says he finally got to ride in a hot air balloon.
State Rep. John Gillette (R-Kingman) announced drafting his first bill in office.
A social media post perceived to convey a possible bomb threat prompted law enforcement response and a security safety sweep of the Lee Williams High school campus in downtown Kingman early Wednesday, Jan. 25.
Shurie Minter, program coordinator for the Overdose Data to Action Taskforce with the Mohave County Department of Public Health, explained to the county Board of Health how naloxone can save someone experiencing an opioid overdose.
On Jan 19, 2023, the officers from the Knights of Columbus, Arizona State Council, in conjunction with Kingman’s St Mary's Knights of Columbus Council #3145, presented the Advise and Aid Pregnancy Center a check for $29,000.
The drawing for Butch Meriwether’s GT500 Mustang is scheduled for Monday, February 6 at 2 p.m.
A proposed bill would ban elections officers and employees that oversee significant portions of an election from serving as a chairperson, treasurer or other member of a Political Action Committee.
Kingman Police Chief Rusty Cooper will be the guest speaker at the Monday, Feb. 6 meeting of the Kingman Republican Women.
At approximately 8:50 a.m.Jan. 24 Engine 311 noticed a very large column of black smoke north of the District.
Friendly, laidback and athletic, George loves his friends, sushi and Manga comics.
The victim in a Lake Havasu City shooting last year has until now refused to testify against the suspect in that incident, identified as her own husband. But the victim may have told prosecutors all they needed to know in recorded correspondence at the Mohave County Jail.
In less than two weeks, the Mohave County Animal Shelter has acquired over 80 new dogs due to hoarding situations.
In October 2021, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigation Unit requested the public’s assistance with identifying a previously unidentified female victim from a 1971 homicide case.
There’s no dispute that one teenager shot and killed another at a party in Lake Havasu City 18 months ago as a murder trial begins in Kingman. Attorneys, however, have asked a Mohave County Superior Court jury to reach disparate conviction-acquittal outcomes in the trial of Carter Beckwith, 19, of Lake Havasu City.
A former Mohave County Sheriff’s deputy is now scheduled to stand trial in June, almost two years after his arrest on charges of sexual conduct with a minor.
Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club’s Jan. 20 speaker was Cecilia Clouser, vice president of the Kingman Regional Medical Center Foundation.
A motorcycle crash that claimed the life of a teenager in Lake Havasu City is under investigation by the police department. Detective Chris Angus said officers responded at approximately 10:40 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 20 to the incident on Highway 95 just north of Mulberry Ave.
Three male acquaintances who enjoyed a social get together at a local establishment in Lake Havasu City ended up in an altercation and stabbing incident reported at 2:35 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested David Ryan Arnett, 55, of Fort Mohave, and Alfred George Nemeti, 49, of Fort Mohave, for one felony count each of criminal littering.
The City of Kingman issued the following building permits the week ending Jan. 20:
Do we really need another reason to lose weight?
Several pounds each of methamphetamine and cocaine plus an assortment of other illegal drugs were confiscated during a law enforcement traffic stop in Mohave Valley.
Shelly Watson is the administrative supervisor for Mohave County’s Department of Development Services.
Mohave County’s Historic Jail could reopen its doors to the public in the near future – but this time, the people within its walls may actually want to be there.
The National Weather Service Office in Las Vegas has issued a wind advisory for the Kingman area from 7 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 22 until 5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 23.