August 7, 2016
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The investigation into the poisoning of a local newspaper owner is awaiting independent lab results, according to police.
The largest private provider of scholarship funding in Arizona, the Arizona Community Foundation (ACF), is now accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year.
The company plans to drill one or two new holes by the end of the year, and will take additional steps to reduce and limit noise from the drilling operation, said Amanda Miller, communities coordinator for Kennecott.
Changes have been made due to the holiday
KINGMAN – More than 40 organizations will be participating in the annual Women’s Health Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at KRMC’s Hualapai Mountain Campus, 3801 Santa Rosa Drive.
Embattled Equifax CEO Richard Smith stepped down Tuesday, less than three weeks after the credit reporting agency disclosed a disastrous hack to its computer system that exposed the sensitive personal information of 143 million Americans.
If you are a bass angler and have a partner you have a lot of faith in, then you may want to enter the Colorado River Pro-Teams Open event that will be held on Lake Havasu Oct. 7. The launch and weigh-in will be held at Windsor Beach.
The Daily Miner's phone lines are now working.
This is the third of a three-part series of a study by Meriwether comparing the Valley Pioneer Water Company and Golden Valley Improvement District.
Mohave County Health Department is assisting the Centers for Disease Control in identifying the cause of an E. coli outbreak that has claimed the lives of two children in the Colorado City area, county epidemiologist Anna Scherzer said Thursday.
A 19-year-old Bullhead City resident allegedly shot his own sexual organ July 10 by accident.
Starting next year, Kingman residents will no longer receive the suspicious letter that appears to be from the city offices, but is actually a promotional item for Service Line Warranties of America.
The man whose body was discovered under a railroad bridge Jan. 22 has been identified as Jonathan Lambert Putt, 39, of Kingman.
Kingman High School girls soccer coach Dave Kopecky had one goal on his mind Wednesday night: to send his seniors – Jenessa Anastacio, Erika Anaya, Desiree Lammers, and Delon Pease – out with a victory.
Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies responded to an emergency landing of an aircraft Thursday afternoon.
A list of some of the self-help services in Mohave County.
750 animals taken by hunters test negative for CWD
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has announced that Arizona continues to be clear of Chronic Wasting Disease, a neurodegenerative wildlife disease that is fatal to deer and elk.
I can’t believe how quickly 2016 came to an end and here we are half way through the month of January in 2017.
A series of Pacific storm systems will impact the area late Wednesday through the weekend, bringing breezy winds, possible rain or snow in the higher elevations, and cooler temperatures.
In a light agenda following Martin Luther King Day, the Mohave County Board of Supervisors will revisit an application for a special use permit to allow a personal kennel in the Fort Rock area when it meets at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Kingman Academy girls’ basketball team turned a nail-biter of a game into a thrashing by holding Mohave Accelerated to two points in the third quarter, and five in the fourth quarter to win at home Friday night, 54-26.
In a game that saw the Kingman girls basketball team give everything they had, the one thing they cannot make up for is size.
The Arizona Game & Fish Department is seeking help in identifying the person(s) responsible for the death of a bighorn sheep ram.
An opportunity for Brain Builders for Life training in Kingman is available Feb. 4 and Feb. 11 through the University of Arizona Extension Office.
Hard feelings over chief’s forced departure divide members
The Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District Governing Board appointed Jason Scott as interim fire chief during a tense meeting Thursday night.
A rezoning application to allow for a real estate sales office and water hauling service in the Dolan Springs area was tabled Monday by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors after a lengthy public hearing.
Public hearings also on Monday’s agenda
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors will discuss and possibly approve a pay raise for Information Technology director Nathan McDaniel from $95,243 a year to $107,557 when it meets at 9:30 a.m. Monday at 700 W. Beale St.
Bulldogs soccer falls to Mohave, 5-3
The Lee Williams girls basketball team opened its season with two big wins last week. The Lady Vols took down Parker 62-38, and then handled Kingman Academy, 40-15.
Several Mohave County employees will get raises and the county administrator’s contract will be renewed if the Board of Supervisors approves them on Monday’s regular agenda.
Two Mohave Valley men were caught illegally dumping trash and yard waste in a Kingman wash. William Crumrine, 41, and Trenton Huffman, 24, were charged with criminal littering for commercial purposes, a class 6 felony, according to Environmental Rural Area Cleanup Enforcement.
The tax season is rearing its head, but because of a new program people may not be familiar with, plenty of area residents can qualify to have their taxes done for free.
Six Republicans in hunt for job as county top cop
The six hopefuls vying be the next Mohave County Sheriff faced off Thursday evening during a question and answer forum before 85 onlookers at Mohave Community College.
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