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Here in Kingman, we require a statewide, and local lockdown of the residents.

March 24, 2020
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Kingman is a treasure. And those who know this I imagine would quickly agree that Kingman is rich in its culture and background.

March 14, 2020
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I’d like to remind Mohave County voters that only properly registered Democratic Party members are eligible to participate in Arizona’s March 17 Presidential Preference Election (PPE).

March 12, 2020
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There are few times when the masses can really take advantage of capitalism, that freedom-loving system where the people actually choose what products succeed and which ones fail, and which service is best will get more-and-more people using the good service and force bad service providers to change or fail.

March 5, 2020
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The Positive Alternative Campus and Lee Williams High School would like to thank the Kingman community for its support of the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Educational Tour.

February 22, 2020
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There were so many scan-and-go (self checkouts) and only seven regular registers – not enough for a superstore.

February 15, 2020
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Reading and understanding the Bible can be a daunting and onerous undertaking. Even when translated into modern English, it can still be difficult to comprehend.

January 23, 2020
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I e-mailed my congressman, Paul Gosar, back in early September.

January 21, 2020
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Many years ago our justice system was really strong and victims got compensated.

January 16, 2020
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Congress has gone overkill. Allow people opioids when they need them.

By Joanne Mills, Kingman resident January 16, 2020
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As the decade comes to its grand finale, it’s absolutely necessary to recognize our incredibly generous and compassionate community.

December 30, 2019
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I for one appreciate my neighbors’ dogs barking.

December 7, 2019
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The Kingman Arizona Social Club would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to those that supported our Charity Benefit and Sale for our Disabled American Veterans, the Kingman Police Department K-9 Unit, and the Mohave County Sheriff's Department K-9 Unit.

By Richard W Koch, President November 21, 2019
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The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Public Outreach Program (POP) would like to express our gratitude to the organizations, volunteers and our community for supporting our Second Annual Candy Crawl.

By Valen Cassidy, MCSO November 7, 2019
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Life is often very busy and each of us faces a variety of struggles and challenges on a daily basis.

By Jim Consolato, Golden Valley November 7, 2019
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A poll released by the NY Times recently showed that Independent voters are being turned off by some of these far-left positions that the Democratic presidential candidates have proposed.

October 31, 2019
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The Route 66 Kingman Street Drags were the best thing that came to Kingman in years.

By Bob Sodaro, Kingman October 30, 2019
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Having the drags in Kingman was one of the highlights for this city.

By ­Betty Masterson, Kingman October 30, 2019
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In his Letter to the Editor Can You Afford a New School Bond (Kingman Daily Miner Oct. 23, 2019) Larry Kersich makes a good argument for voting against the school bond.

By Bruce Leeming, Kingman resident October 24, 2019
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First, I would like to respond to Larry Kersich whose recent letter to Kingman Daily Miner erroneously claimed that the bond campaign had spent “$100,000 for signs...”

By Eilene Waters, Kingman resident October 24, 2019
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Well it is that semi-annual time of year when teacher/schools/education needs more money. (Daily Miner, June 13, 2019).

By Larry Kersich, Kingman resident October 22, 2019
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A very grateful thank you to Mike and Cheryl at Hooch's. These wonderful people open their hearts to fundraise for nonprofit organizations.

October 8, 2019
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There is the idea that if the 2016 election results were quantified in the National Popular Vote, someone else would currently occupy the White House.

By E. Scott Erickson - Kingman resident September 5, 2019
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A roller skating rink for Kingman?

By Frank Kozlowski, Kingman September 4, 2019
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Will Kingman ever have a Walmart or supermarket that is open 24 hours again?

By Carrie Atwood, Kingman September 4, 2019

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