You never know who could be the person who lives next door to you or just down the street. On the outside they may seem like a normal and harmless person, but their past or inner self can tell a different story.
It began at 11:19 a.m. April 20, 1999.
The two Kingman Unified School District high schools were listed among several schools who stand to lose millions of dollars in federal funding. All because state lawmakers wanted to offer an alternative to the AzMERIT standardized test.
During the course of our everyday lives, everyone becomes aware of some simple and indisputable truths.
Post-secondary education is at the forefront of the national discussion again as more of the rich and famous are being thrown into the fire over bribing their children’s way into prestigious universities.
There is starting to be movement in the federal government regarding the classification and legality of marijuana.
There are always smiles galore when family gets together for good times. The bigger the family, the more smiles to go around.
The United States conducted 1,055 nuclear weapons tests in the Southwest from 1945 to 1962.
Distracted driving is a serious issue that is gaining attention statewide and across the nation. Kingman has a hands-free ordinance, and the state legislature is working on a statewide “distracted-driving” ban.
It has been happening for months. It has been happening in our backyards. On our roads. In proximity to our schools. The federal government hasn’t told anyone they are doing this either.
This summer would have been the 14th annual Junior Police Academy. But due to staffing shortages at the Kingman Police Department,
A circus with exotic performance animals is coming to town, and it has caused an uproar.
The past 107 years of Arizona history have included initiatives, referendums and recalls.
The City did an excellent job keeping streets safe and clear, and keeping the public informed about road closures. The forecast was for 8-10 inches of snow, and the City dealt with almost twice that much.
Palo Christi is an important part of Kingman. It is nearly 100 years old, and the classrooms have taught several generations of Kingmanites. It was a beacon during its time. But it is time for Kingman Unified School District to let it go.
City Council chose to give more weight to special interests than the sacrifice of our veterans.
It seems like it is just one thing after another at the City of Kingman.
“What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?” In order to solve this question, we first have to ask ourselves is this a Monty Python reference or a question on a high school physics exam?
In today’s world, we are always busy. We are always looking for the next appointment, the next event, the next anything.
Being able to own property in the U.S. has been an important issue since before the beginning of our nation. It is important to remember that the phrase in the Declaration of Independence “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” was borrowed from John Locke’s “life, liberty, and property.”
Honesty, compassion, respect, responsibility and courage. Five relatively simple words all used to define and build good citizenship, something that is taught throughout a person’s life by their family and their teachers.
According to the World Health Organization, smoking-related disease causes around 6 million deaths a year (about 600,000 of these from second-hand smoke).
It is usually family, friends, coworkers, teachers, or even someone’s favorite server at a local restaurant who realizes something is different about that someone.
City of Kingman staff and Council begin tackling a new budget at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Kingman Police Department, 2730 E. Andy Devine Ave. Mayor Jen Miles has encouraged the public.
“Space: the final frontier.” A catchphrase for an entire generation, and something that to this day sparks the interest of so many.