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During these uncertain times the Mohave County Assessor, Recorder and Treasurer want you to know we continue to serve you.
In June of 2018, along with a bunch of others, I testified in Kingman, in front of Sen. Gale Griffin and then -Rep. Russell Bowers that now, more than ever, “whiskey is for drinkin’ and water is for fightin’.”
The spotlight has been shining bright on the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Recently, the USDA Office of Communications announced that that the United Nations has declared 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health.
The Miner recently posted an article in support of the proposed Veterans Home in Mohave County.
This is a story about the Kingman Veterans Treatment Court, a participating Veteran in Justice, and his advocate and battle buddy, his mentor.
When intentional destruction is done to over 70 property owners there needs to be some accountability.
I wanted to thank the individuals, community organizations and businesses of Kingman, and surrounding areas, for their donations to the Senior Angel Tree Program during the 2019 holiday season.
Presented here are some ”doable” suggestions to reduce the plastics waste deposited here in our beautiful desert community.
It’s that time of year again, when my heart is ready to burst as it is so full of gratitude for our local firefighters.
Upon reading the Kingman Daily Miner article of 8/19/19 entitled “County Gets Seed Money For Kingman Fishing Pond,” I was left with many more questions than answers.
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.
When life (in any form) appeared in this dimension, made by whomever, for whatever reason, it was formed as a complete circle, each inhabitant complementing the other, either as hunter or hunted, ruled or rulers, smart or dumb, black or white, with all shades in between.
When I was a kid we played a game called “Dodge Ball.”
Talking on the phone with my niece one night she began telling me what was on her heart.
A recent Miner article described a meeting of some local residents as the “Kingman Freethinkers.”
Recently our president was labeled a racist and condemned by the House of Representatives.
We all know her, the mother who is sleep deprived, holding a crying infant while she attempts to grocery shop, support her other children, feed her family, and all of the other daily tasks she is responsible for handling.
Taking a trip to the eye doctor, I was a little nervous because I had not been in a while.
There has been a lot of talk lately about the rising cost of prescription drugs in the United States. There just might be an easy solution to this problem.
I taught high school Spanish for 12 years and was the department chairman for many of those years. I also earned a Masters’ Degree in Second Language Acquisition.
When are governments going to learn that they don’t have to keep inviting do-nothing third-party bankers into their development projects?
I’d like to talk about the so-called debate on the Electoral College.
Electing our president ought to be done by national popular vote, which is a “one-person, one-vote” paradigm.
The American Militia isn’t the National Guard or military reserve.
As President Reagan once said,” The American people are not undertaxed, the government in Washington is overfed.”
I find it interesting the animal advocacy groups are taking a play from modern politics: divide and conquer by claiming "ethical" hunters are opposed to managing coyotes using contests. Can the author point to a survey taken by an uninterested third party? I guess we'll just take his word for it.
You may know someone who has PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease), a serious genetic disorder in which cysts grow in and around the kidneys, and affects more than 600,000 people in the U.S. Former Kingman resident Toni Stuart has the disease in both kidneys.
Watching our government in action and presidential candidates beginning their running slogans, I saw something missing in every one of their so called agendas. No solutions.
I just got ripped off big time by a firewood guy from Craigslist.
The voters of Mohave County have a decision to make in the upcoming general election that is critical in maintaining the integrity, professionalism, productivity and respect of the Superior Court.
The citizens of Kingman are being asked by Kingman Citizens for Responsible Taxation to reject a 1 cent sales tax that was approved by Kingman City Council and would help build Santa Fe Parkway, AKA Rattlesnake Wash, interchange off of Interstate 40 and future I-11 in addition to the Kingman Crossing Interchange.
I observed the deliberations of the City of Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission this month concerning the change of zoning for those areas south of Andy Devine Avenue in downtown Kingman and came away shocked at the language used in the discussion pertaining to this area.
Travis Lingenfelter, one of our City Councilmembers, recently chose to attack me personally regarding the upcoming Sale Tax Initiative, Proposition 413.
On a recent shopping trip to Bashas’, I was approached twice by people wanting money or a “handout.” After refusing, I continued on my way to do my business.
I will be writing in “Billy Sipe” for Division 6 Superior Court Judge and here is why.
Federal law says there are only two kinds of employees, common-law employee or independent contractor. Both poll workers and county supervisors are common-law employees, as you can see from the quotes from the IRS website.
We have recently seen many articles written about prejudice. Kingman social media is discriminatory and the community remains silent.
The root of the word progressive is PROGRESS. It’s not a dirty word.
In Kingman, this year’s formal observation of the International Day of Peace Sept. 21 will be held at Locomotive Park from 10 a.m. - noon. Bring your own peace signs and a lawn chair. Use search engine and enter: international day of peace for further ideas and information.
This letter addresses the unfair and even malicious portrayals of the Kingman and Mohave Manufacturing Association (KAMMA) and others which have recently appeared in the press and social media regarding our support of the Rancho Santa Fe Interchange, the associated access to the Kingman Airport Industrial Park and the Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT).
You’ll feel relieved to know you don’t have to read Adam Smith or even a book about him to understand how capitalism, a purely amoral economic system, creates wealth.
In 1963 our government reviewed a document, “Communist Goals for Taking over America.” It contained 45 specific techniques to do so; I will list only a partial list at random of what is in that document.
When facing any crisis, it is a good idea to use common sense about the methods and tools we are using to combat it.
Don’t look for race problems where there are none. I am an avid reader and one thing I know – there are always left-wingers trying to split up our country.
For someone who had legally immigrated to this "land of the free" 47 years ago and has lived in Kingman since 1977, I find it surprising that a debate would now begin about the future of Muslims in America.
In other words, by the end of the third grade, all benefits from the publicly-funded pre-K program were gone.
Our society actively and vigorously condemns the cowardly act of bullying and is working toward its elimination in the lives of both children and adults.
On July 19 the Arizona Corporation Commission will decide if UniSource gets to impose unreasonable fees on rooftop solar power in Kingman and Lake Havasu City.
It’s true that in 1912, Arizona was one of the few states that granted the right to vote to women prior to nationally authorized suffrage.
We all are to blame, no exceptions.
I just want to re-enforce that there would not be a need for the cameras if a guide knew how to read a track.
The city needs to find a more proficient manner to expedite the removal of nuisance properties in our neighborhoods.
I understand opioid pain medications are a serious problem for a few people.
We get the honor of watching the destruction of the greatest democracy the world has ever known.
If I had it to do over again, I would try to not let that happen.
Vic Riccardi’s crime is an interesting story.
In regard to The Route 66 Gateway Arch, it seems that again we are inundated with a whole flock of confusing information.
I am a former Kingman resident and this is a departure from guns and politics.
What is really being done to us is a war. This war is being soft pedaled by those who disseminate what is sold as news. War has been declared on America and legitimate American citizens.
Simply put, animal acts in circuses are antiquated and belong in the past
A small group of citizens began a petition-signature drive to take back control of GVID.
Regarding our increasing sales tax: The majority of people who are impacted by this type of tax are the fine citizens of Kingman.
The recent decision to terminate the city’s contract with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) effective next June takes away a great solution that many Kingman homeowners have used to protect themselves against high repair and replacement costs should the residential water or sewer lines on their property fail (Council cancels contract with water line warranty company, July 11).
Mohave County has a problem … a budget problem for fiscal year 2017-2018.
The county supervisors are in a frenzy because the elected official retirement plan is underfunded.
I am beyond sick and tired of listening to a bunch of sore losers and crybabies about Trump not being a legal president because he did not win the popular vote!
These hapless animals are starved, beaten, subjected to electric shock, solitary confinement, and all manner of abuse.