Every new book, every news article, every new honor only adds to the luster and allure of Route 66, perhaps the world’s favorite and most-famous highway.
Two years is not a lot of time to make your mark as mayor.
If the current council members decide to run for re-election and win, that equates to giving themselves a raise.
As you read this editorial, a bill is being held on the House floor that would finally make it tougher for drug dealers who keep selling illicit fentanyl to our young people in Arizona, but Democrats — and a few Republicans — are not stepping up to support it.
Many if not most public officials angle to get their name on something nice.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival will bring a bit of the Bard to Kingman for students and the public alike when the Shakespeare in the Schools Tour makes a stop in Kingman on Tuesday, Feb. 18.
It doesn’t take an advanced degree to build a house. And it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that $30 per hour is really good money.
To fly, or not to fly? That was the question at last week’s Mohave County Supervisors meeting.
Mohave County has more than its share of military veterans - just shy of 25,000, according to estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau. That’s about 1-in-8 county residents.
Garbage disposal fees in City of Kingman have stayed the same for more than a decade – $19.78 a month for residential customers with 90-gallon receptacles and twice-weekly service.
It’s an unpaid, appointed position, and an often thankless job. It’s not easy to be a volunteer Mohave County Planning and Zoning Board Commissioner.
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.