Playground equipment throughout Kingman could soon be getting much-needed updates, as many have not been revitalized or replaced since being installed.
Swedish singer, Sofia Talvik is on her 2018 tour, “The Close Connection Tour.”
The National Weather Service says a powerful cold front is about to sock much of northern and east-central Arizona with very strong winds and snow Sunday and Monday.
Other than mattress sales and special deals on new cars, President’s Day is probably one of the least celebrated U.S. holidays of the year.
Here are five items of interest from the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Monday at Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.
After being chastised by Kingman Education Association about its low salaries for teachers, Kingman Unified School District Superintendent Roger Jacks provided the Daily Miner with statistics regarding teachers’ salaries.
Segments of Sycamore Avenue between Stockton Hill Road and Western Avenue will be closed starting at 6 a.m. Monday, March 5 for storm drain and street improvements.
Superintendent Roger Jacks of Kingman Unified School District and Susan Chan, executive director of Kingman Academy of Learning, spoke to the Daily Miner about the security they have in place at their schools and what future security measures they will conduct in the wake of the massacre that took 17 lives in Florida.
The Mohave County Attorney’s Office filed a motion Thursday in Superior Court to withdraw its intent to seek the death penalty for accused kidnapper, rapist and murderer Justin James Rector in hopes of moving the case along.
Phone and social media usage isn’t a major problem during school hours, but Victory said that inappropriate postings outside of that window can affect students when they get back to school.
The man killed Saturday night by Kingman police following a reported domestic dispute at Zuni Village RV Park has been identified as Michael Weber, 63, of Kingman.
Influenza numbers have gone down in Mohave County since the peak in December, but it’s still a countrywide epidemic.
Local educators expressed their concerns about being underpaid and understaffed at Tuesday’s Kingman Unified School District board meeting.
Multiple Arizona cities are preparing for the economic boom that could come with the further construction of Interstate 11, and Vice Mayor Jen Miles says that Kingman is one of them.
Grace Kahler has a few wildlife causes, working with the BLM on a plan to control the burro population in the Black Mountains and now supporting an initiative to protect Arizona’s wild cats.
Water levels are dropping on the Colorado River and Lake Mead, quite noticeable from the “bathtub ring” at the lake, and it’s going to get worse after a sparse snowfall in the Rockies this winter.
Mohave Community College entered into a memorandum of understanding with Lake Havasu City, transferring over a Bureau of Land Management land patent right of 238.2 acres last week.
A House panel voted Wednesday to restrict the ability of teens younger than 18 to marry in Arizona, but only after creating a couple of ways around that.
The opioid crisis in Arizona is likely to grow, a DEA agent warned Wednesday, adding that it’s time to stop playing the blame game.
The man killed Saturday night by Kingman police at the Zuni Village RV Park was quiet, soft-spoken and always paid his rent on time, manager Kevin McCumber said.
Gov. Doug Ducey has ordered flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff effective immediately ...
Nearly two years later, he is still missing
It’s going on two years since 20-year-old Tyler Stice was reported missing, his car found abandoned off Hualapai Mountain Road with no trace of him, no phone call to his family and no evidence of foul play.
Tiny homes are becoming popular throughout the U.S., and the phenomenon has recently made its way to Kingman.
Route 66 ambassador and local author Jim Hinckley is using pictures from the Mohave Museum of History and Arts on his walking tours of downtown’s historic business district.
Mohave County is continuing its fight against the Central Arizona Project decision to move forward with a $34 million purchase of farmland and the associated water rights in the Mohave Valley Irrigation and Drainage District.
- Tyler Stice disappeared on his way to work
- Man slain by Kingman police was quiet, soft-spoken
- *** UPDATED *** Truck crashes, falls onto train tracks off of Hualapai Mountain Road
- Truck crashes, falls onto train tracks off of Hualapai Mountain Road
- Florida teen charged with 17 murders legally bought AR-15
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- 2 injured in small gas explosion at Castle Rock Bar and Grill
- Murder suspect's accomplice pleads guilty in Cranston case
- Man killed by Kingman Police Saturday night
- Prison for unlicensed Arizona contractor in remodeling scam
- Golden Valley woman faces 17 charges of animal cruelty
- Tyler Stice disappeared on his way to work
- Kingman man tied up and had vehicle stolen, police say
- Half-Staff notification for Wednesday, Feb. 7
- Overturned truck at Beale Street and Interstate 40 causing traffic delays
- MAGNET reports $8,000 in drugs seized
- MCSO asks for help investigating found body behind Kingman airport