What a fantasy – “Greet every visitor with a smile.”
Mike of Kingman Regional Medical Center Security found my husband’s misplaced belongings.
For the past several years I have been a volunteer at Kingman Regional Medical Center and it has been very rewarding. Recently though I have had some health issues which required several trips to the Emergency Department.
I was in Kingman two weeks ago. I’ve bought a home in the area.
With this COVID-19 business my garage and I have been able to spend more quality time together, but I don't think it’s working out.
Kudos and thanks to the City of Kingman Water Department for the quick response to repair a break in the waterline in front of our home.
The First Amendment of the Constitution states:
We have lived on Bryce and Burro in Golden Valley for 7 1/2 years.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has created a new class of rules, regulations and laws.
Yvonne Collins turned 90 years young on May 18, 2020.
The coronavirus has caused both a catastrophic health crisis and an economic one, pushing thousands of families into poverty and hunger in Arizona.
It was suggested during this meat and pork shortage (not really a shortage but from closed processing plants) that the country is in need of a decentralized means of processing and distributing beef, pork and lamb.
This Community View is in response to Michael Pacer’s pep talk about fighting the coronavirus.
I want to thank the Kingman Miner for the information on the internet.
After spending the past four weeks (is it only four? It feels like 20!) homeschooling my kids between the other demands of daily life I have been left with two things: A renewed love for our public schools, and a growing suspicion towards all of these homeschool voucher programs and online learning pushed by special interest groups in Arizona.
I'm British and have been living in Kingman for the past four weeks as the tail part of a road trip across the USA.
A big thank you to not just the health professionals during this coronavirus crisis, but also to the grocery store, pharmacy and essential store employees doing their best for the customers in dangerous circumstances.
We here in Kingman need help. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is helping Phoenix and the surrounding towns, but not Kingman, where due to Route 66 and Interstate 40 we are getting daily bombarded by travelers. Our store shelves are becoming bare but we are not getting help with needed supplies or restocking. We need the governor to understand we also live in Arizona , not just him and his surrounding area. We deserve help from him, too. Sandra Weilbrenner Kingman
The people of America should all stop going to the stores and getting more than what they need!
Here in Kingman, we require a statewide, and local lockdown of the residents.