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All Starz dancers give audience an ‘under the sea’ thriller

All Starz Academy dancers gave their audience a night to remember with two hours of entertainment with their exciting, oceanic feat.

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Sec. of State race still too close to call Tuesday

In that race for secretary of state, Democrat Katie Hobbs is maintaining her lead over Republican Steve Gaynor – but just barely.

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Red and blue lights on a pink and blue Tahoe

The cost for the graphics on the Tahoe were paid for with drug seizure monies at no cost to general fund dollars.

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Parks commission to hear update on local trails

The commission will also address the hiring of an assistant golf course superintendent, and under new business will hear an update on local trails.

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Discharging a firearm: it’s more than point and shoot

The Kingman Force on Force virtual range simulator requires critical thinking to make it through active-shooter scenarios

“At the range, normally you shoot at paper, you can’t even move too much,” Luca Zanna, owner of Force on Force, said. “Here, now for the first time, you can shoot in situations that are realistic."

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KAA litigation, audit costs City $328,000

“We have a second case that we proceeded with that was against the attorneys for KAA as well as the KAA board,” Cooper said. “And that was the fact that the City was arguing that they were liable for the uses of the moneys that they are using to pay for the defense of this case.”

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Council declines to extend manufactured home allowances

When asked by the mayor about how many south-side parcels would be affected by any change, Principal Planner Rich Ruggles said there are about 40 undeveloped parcels that could house manufactured homes should the ordinance be changed.

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Johnston sees huge potential for Kingman Airport and Industrial Park

New general manager has fielded calls from several companies looking to bring their business to the airport.

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Mohave State Bank getting new name

After an expansion into the Yavapai County and Phoenix markets, as well as recognition as the Western Bankers Association’s 2018 Bank of the Year, leaders at Mohave State Bank might have been satisfied.

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County to use grant funds for opioid addiction services

The Mohave County Public Health Department received a nearly $80,000 grant that will help fill gaps in treatment for opioid addiction.

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College hires former board member Stithem as interim president

Search for permanent MCC president will continue through February, with final decision in May.

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It’s as easy as pie

What are the holidays without a freshly-made, home-baked pie?

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Only the closest of races trigger recounts

In statewide races, there is a general law that requires a recount if the margin of votes between the two candidates is one-tenth of one percent.

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Sinema wins Senate seat, McSally concedes election Monday

The GOP contender conceded Monday after new results showed Sinema’s lead statewide is now approaching 38,200 votes.

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Dancing with these Kingman Dance Divas

The Parks and Rec Kingman Dance Divas will present the 2018 Stargazing Dance Showcase 2 p.m. Saturday at the Kingman High School Auditorium, 4182 N. Bank St.

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Veterans advocate Farrell to speak at Republican Women’s meeting

Pat Farrell, president of the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council, will be guest speaker at the Kingman Republican Women’s meeting at noon Tuesday at the Dam Bar restaurant, 1960 E. Kingman Ave. Lunch is optional at 11 a.m.

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Archaeologist, former tribal cultural director explain significance of archaeological site

An archaeologist from Phoenix, working independently from the state government, says evidence shows a significant archaeological site was damaged at Lake Havasu State Park.

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KUSD board meeting will discuss new superintendent search

Students who received a perfect score on the AZ Merit test will be recognized during the meeting.

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Keepers of the Wild premieres ‘The Miracle Wolves’

Keepers of the Wild announces the screening of “The Miracle Wolves.” The one-hour documentary film takes viewers along with the Keepers of the Wild Rescue Team to a remote Northern California ranch devastated by the Butte Fire.

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Sharing the warmth with those in need

The chilly season is approaching quickly, and not everyone is lucky enough to have warm clothing for the cold. Kingman Moose Lodge is trying to help in that regard.

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Donations of rare electric vehicles keep coming, despite lack of space

Donations exceed space

Tucked away in a warehouse at the airport and a former church downtown are revolutionary electric cars awaiting exhibit space at the Route 66 Electric Car Museum, established during the 2014 International Route 66 and believed to be the first in the world.

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P&Z talks accessory structures, secondary dwellings

The Planning and Zoning Commission will consider two zoning ordinance text amendments regarding detached accessory structures and secondary dwellings at its meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in Council chambers, 310 N. Fourth St.

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Forum to address economic development, water

Economic development and water availability will be topics of discussion when the Mohave Republican Forum hosts John Gall, Rep. Gina Cobb and Jamie Kelley at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Golden Corral restaurant, 3580 Stockton Hill Road.

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International RATical Rod Build-off, Drive-off participants visit Golden Valley

World-class rat rod teams from around the world made a pitstop at Earls Hot Rod Shop in Golden Valley to show off their rides.

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Operation Christmas Child: Give a gift, secure a smile

Children look forward to opening gifts on holidays and birthdays while their parents and loved ones relish smiling faces as packages are unwrapped. However, some children around the world have never had a gift to open, a sad fact that Operation Christmas Child works year-round to correct.