Please help me/us to understand your cattle situation. Can you not afford to feed your cattle?
The Steering Committee of the 13th Annual Kingman Area Books Are Magic (KABAM!) Fest thanks the following.
It concerns me to know that the passage of Proposition 127 would cause Arizona’s energy cost to nearly double. I am disabled due to epilepsy and I don’t have an income. We survive on Social Security and VA compensation, so we would not be able to pay a higher energy bill.
The upcoming Nov. 6 election that includes the City of Kingman Proposition 413, where the community gets to vote if they want to keep a tax increase or not is quite simple.
Arizona’s shooters range from causal target shooters to those who compete in shooting sports and fire thousands of rounds annually. These folks make a significant contribution to the state’s economy.
No one has a crystal ball; we have snow globes. We can’t predict the future. But streets don’t get better by themselves; they get worse. We can maintain them now or rebuild them later.
I’d like to respond to a misleading submission that paints an inaccurate picture of Arizona’s economy.
Mutt Matchers & Friends would like to thank Mike at Hooch’s for all he does for the non-profits in the Kingman area. Our dog rescue had the month of September at Hooch’s.
President Trump, you tell us how rich you are and how much you want the Mexican wall. You also said your people could build it in one year and cheaper than the government.
I like to think things are picking up in Kingman, and I would imagine the rest of the state is seeing similar trends. Unfortunately, if Prop. 127 passes, it will create unemployment and undue stress on small businesses. I don’t want to see either of these things happen.
The issue of Prop 413, the TPT initiative is really simple. Repeal the Aug. 15, 2017, 1 percent sales tax increase and mandate that all future sales tax increases be placed on the ballot for the vote of the people.
Kudos to the Daily Miner. On Sept. 27, while visiting relatives in Kingman, I picked up the morning paper and was pleasantly surprised when I opened it to the Opinion section.
I would like to express my gratitude to the community of Kingman. I have lived here for 14 years. Until I became a member of the Board of the Mohave County Sheriffs K-9 Foundation, I never knew what a caring and generous town I lived in.
Whoa. Hello? Hey there, do you know what is happening here? Where did I lose directions going north on Route 66?
Four things stand out amongst the many statistics set forth by Travis Lingenfelter in his Oct. 14 op-ed piece.
When asked about town halls, state Sen. Sonny Borrelli admitted he had not had any since being elected.
The Universal Voucher program initiative of Gov. Ducey keeps Arizonans ahead of the curve for students with and without disabilities.
City Council members and City zoning department have shown they are on a quest to increase the population without regard to safety or proper placement and planning of roads and homes.
I am glad that Brett Kavanaugh got appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
I just finished reading Gov. Doug Ducey’s statement in the Voter Election Guide.
So Jeff Adams, the newest write-in candidate for City Council, is in favor of the TPT, or sales tax.
Nurses take care of people – it’s what we do.
Thank you to everyone who participated, volunteered and donated to make the Salvation Army Red Kettle Run a success. $4,132.10 was raised for the Salvation Army!
This is what the $787 billion 2009 stimulus package should have been used for.
All I can say is you better be alert as you drive in the Walmart area and anywhere else around town
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