The Daily Miner received a letter from a reader concerned with recent local cases of pneumonia that look a lot like Valley Fever. The reader suggested collecting soil sample for testing to determine if the fungal spores are in fact found in the ground.
The Conservative Republican Club of Kingman will host a meeting with Turning Point USA to learn how to combat liberalism in American colleges. Its Arizona representative, MacKenzie Angelo, will speak at noon Monday, May 13 at the Dambar Steakhouse, 1960 E. Andy Devine Ave. The door opens at 11:15 a.m.
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office officials say a 39-year-old Littlefield woman has been missing since April 18, 2019.
City Council is moving the City forward with an intergovernmental agreement for management services between the City of Kingman and Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District.
There were 178 reported cases of tuberculosis in Arizona last year, but only two of those cases took place in Mohave County.
It is hard to say why it is happening in Mohave County this year, Tiffany Davila of the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management said.
Kingman Regional Medical Center, the largest provider of health and wellness services in northwestern Arizona, is expanding its Emergency Department, doubling the number of patient beds.
Mother’s Day is around the corner and ladies at the Kingman Regional Medical Center Joan and Diana Hospice gathered around to enjoy some tea and finger foods.
A van and a sedan collided into each other on State Route 68 in Golden Valley on Monday, May 6, which caused three persons to be hospitalized.
More than 600 college students will soon graduate from Mohave Community College.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is advising drivers to plan for an extended closure of the east- and westbound Interstate 40B at Exit 121 on- and off-ramps for repaving.
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office officials say after being spotted walking down the middle of Thompson Avenue while pushing a moped, a Kingman man tried to make a run for it Tuesday, May 7.
There might be a change in the application process for nominating precinct committeemen in the local Republican Party after a committeewoman spoke to the Mohave County Board of Supervisors during their regular meeting on Monday, May 6.
The Mohave Community College Board of Governors has chosen Stacy Klippenstein as the next Mohave Community College president.
Arizona Department of Transportation is advising motorists to plan ahead and allow extra travel time for pavement repair along Interstate 40 through Kingman next week.
Getting lost in a book is magical and surreal. In a book you can be transported into another world that takes you away from reality for a few minutes, an hour and even an entire day. Books tell the stories someone decided needed to be told, whether it’s from our past, present or future, or even another universe.
For the second time, The Walapai 4 Wheelers and Martin Swanty Chrysler Dodge, Jeep, Ram have supported the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council with a generous donation.
Get those walking and running shoes ready because the 16th annual Route 66 Race for Hospice is coming Saturday.
The cafeteria at White Cliffs Middle School was transformed into Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.
If you have ever been a victim of domestic violence and felt helpless, the opportunity to learn tools to defend yourself is being offered at no cost.