Back in the day – make that way back in the day – shoppers would bring their own baskets to the market.
Arizona’s prisons are crowded places, and if trends hold, they’re going to get a lot more crowded as the state continues to grow.
Let’s begin with the obvious: If the nation’s borders were secured, there would be no compelling need for half the hassle of airport security for domestic flights or for documents that contain Real ID security features.
There is at least one issue that can span the great partisan divide of this era. Each and every American can agree that robocalls are a pain in the, uh, neck.
It’s a story that tugs at the heart strings; reminds us of the difference we can make in the life of another with virtually no effort at all.
A lot of damage can be done with a can of spray paint, as residents over a wide swath of Kingman can now attest.
The Thanksgiving storm turned Hualapai Mountain Road into a bobsled run with two-way traffic.
The revitalization of downtown Kingman took another big step this month, as the City Council approved a parklet and pedlet program for E. Beale Street between 2nd and 6th streets.
The good news is food insecurity dropped to 12.4% of the population in Arizona in 2018, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The defeat of Kingman Unified School District’s $35 million school bond initiative dealt a crippling blow to plans for repairs to Palo Christi School and HVAC upgrades at La Senita School.
Rail enthusiasts are sounding the alarm that the Southwest Chief passenger-rail route may be at risk as the agency makes cuts on long-distance lines.
Kingman voters can expect to see a $35 million bond measure on the ballot Nov. 5 that supporters say will help repair and even rebuild schools in the district.
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Our children need us, and it’s time we stepped up to care for them.
Hardly, if at all, taught in schools, World War I seems to take a backseat to World War II and other, more recent conflicts in which the United States has played a part.
It’s been more than 40 years since the City of Kingman recognized the need for an additional route in and out of the Kingman Airport and Industrial Park. Over the years, the community has had its hopes dashed periodically as progress seemed to be made before halting for one reason or another.
“If I thought for even a second that uranium mining could harm our county or the Colorado River, I wouldn’t be for it.” – Supervisor Buster Johnson
The world became a bit brighter this week for animals needing rescued in Kingman.
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.