The Kingman/Golden Valley Association of REALTORS would like to say thank you to all our members and everyone who participated in this year’s Funds For Food Drive. The event ran from March 14 – June 5.
As a senior at death’s door, I have been given a second chance at life after 2-plus months in the hospital due to the care I received at Kingman Regional Medical Center.
Sally, you nailed it! I wrote a verse to a song that goes:
Electing our president ought to be done by national popular vote, which is a “one-person, one-vote” paradigm.
What is it with you people and the president’s tax returns?
NO, Satan has not taken over.
This was the first year that Kingman had all four FIRST Robotics programs available, and I know I speak for the other mentors – we would love to see these numbers grow.
We raised over $4,000 that will go directly toward scholarships for graduating seniors in the Kingman area.
This past winter the children of Hubbs House Head Start received hand-knit mittens from the highly skilled knitters at the Spinster shop in downtown Kingman.
The May 1 Miner had a poll asking which restaurants and retailers you would like to see come to Kingman.
Please stop polluting the air I breathe. Your campfires belong elsewhere and not in your backyard just feet away from another home.
I read and interesting article about climate engineering that asked two important questions.
Because of the people at One Stop Auto Body, I’m happily driving around with a very sharp looking car.
The volunteers and Disabled American Veterans riders would like to say goodbye and thank you to our friend and fellow volunteer, Jim Zachman, who recently passed away.
I have been riding a motorcycle since the 1970s, so I know something about the subject.
Hats off to T&R Collision Repair for being a living example of the love and charity of Kingman’s Christian Community!
How many Americans would give up homes and careers and all their savings for a chance to serve in Congress, to hold pride of place in the American experiment in self-government, and one day maybe to end up in the history books?
There were two more accidents on Highway 68 in Golden Valley this month.
If you, Mr. Bernie Sanders, and any of your other progressive socialist Democrat buddies can introduce me to just one man, woman or child who is a living, breathing slave from the time Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation, I will hunt down and find a slave owner to pay those reparations.
Lying in bed not wanting to get up but realizing I simply must, my feet hit the floor running.
On April 15, I was admitted to the Kingman Regional Medical Center through the emergency room. I was given excellent and speedy care by all staff personnel. I was admitted to the Med-Surg (3 South/Ortho).
This Thursday is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, the one day every year when young people can learn – in person – about the work world of their parents or mentor.
Just a thank you for the policies the Kingman Daily Miner has adopted for our town. Not only do you give us the useful and interesting news (street work, closures, people rescued and/or captured), but you have so many articles of COMMUNITY interest that I’m always looking forward to seeing who/what new topic you’ve discovered about our community, as well.
Farnsworth statements are ludicrous. Every landlord should be required to insure that every authorized tenant to have basic health and safety conditions like sufficient hot water, clean water, cooling in summer, heating in winter, ability to feel reasonably safe in their rental unit, safe walkways, timely scheduled repairs etc.
Over the next several weeks, thousands of local adults will be tempted to buy an Easter rabbit for a beloved child, godchild, grandchild, niece, or nephew.