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Putin’s decision to go to war, and the death, destruction, and annexation he is carrying out, all teach us why our Founding Fathers put war-making into the hands of the Congress, not the president.
Columnist Christine Flowers is not a welcome addition to the Miner’s editorial page lineup.
This is about how the Miner handles posts to Rants and Raves that are incorrect.
I want to thank all of our citizens, family and friends for their continued support and help through this exciting experience.
From about the third grade when people talked crap you said “prove it.”
Racists? One must admit that open borders is hardly the way to be fair, and keep terrorists and illegal drugs out.
This is in response to the “Black bear euthanized during visit to Parker High School” article in the Wednesday, July 13 Kingman Miner.
It makes perfect sense that Gov. Ducey would not want police actions to be recorded by private citizens.
Jase Graves in his “No, it’s not COVID” column is absolutely right about the whole allergy/sinus infection business.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank my friends and the community for supporting the Mary Chan Race for Hospice.
I wrote before and called a couple of times in the past but I would like to see our road paved.
I keep hearing local businesses are struggling to find people to hire.
I am a 73-year-old Navy Vietnam vet and an Independent.
On several trips to the grocery store, we have had several instances where we have witnessed or have had the experience of having to look for an electric cart for the elderly and disabled.
Anyone who is moving here and building must xeriscape.
Wow! Kingman’s Beale Street Theater has outdone itself with their production of “The Sound of Music.”
As the world watches a mad dictator attack helpless civilians in what was a week ago a beautiful modern city and country.
I have a few questions for U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Prescott), who represents the Kingman area.
There has been much talk and new legislation on election laws since the 2020 election making it very difficult for countless numbers of legal citizens to vote.
I took offense to the use of the word "genocide" when a speaker addressed the Mohave County Board of Supervisors on a heated resolution that had been passed.
Democrats in Congress need to get their priorities straight. I think we can all agree that workers should have the right to opt out of paying union dues if they did not vote for or do not support a union’s activities.
(Senate Majority Leader Chuck) Schumer, (President Joe) Biden and (House Majority Leader Nancy) Pelosi want the "right" to cheat as shown by the contents of the two voting rights bills they have been pushing.
Later this month Truckers across America is planning a protest rally starting in California and ending in Washington, D.C. Facebook recently banned and shut down the page CONVOY TO DC 2022.
You fools in Washington talk as if violence only happens at the barrel end of a gun.
Yahoo! So very wonderful to hear that due to the increase of singles or families moving to our little town we can finally have affordable accommodations.
I’ve listened to and read numerous opinions on the Jan. 6 protest at the U.S. Capitol.
Sadly, we’ve just observed the one-year anniversary of the worst attempted coup of our democracy and the one who is primarily responsible is still attempting to do everything he can to stall the investigation to uncover the truth.
I recently stopped in Kingman to pick up camping supplies at the Walmart.
The Kingman Marine Corps League and the Colorado River Chapter of the First Marine Division Association would like to thank the many volunteers and organizations that supported our 2021 Toys for Tots Toy Drive.
Martin Luther King Jr. is usually seen as a black civil rights leader who stood up against racisim.
On behalf of the Veterans of Foreign Wars V.F.W. Post 3516, Kingman, we thank you Pizza Hut (Stockton Hill Road). Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
Be aware of Highway 93 driving south on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, usually after noon.
On Nov. 20, 2021, my dad was tinkering with a motorhome.
Following what has become a Christmas tree lighting tradition at Locomotive Park in Kingman, kicked off by Mayor Jen Miles this past Saturday, Dec. 4, Christmas celebrations in downtown Kingman were lit up, followed by a Street of Lights, which replaced the long-standing Parade of Lights that Kingmanites have enjoyed for many years and the second-year-running of Mingle Jingle.
Kudos to Paul Gosar for introducing legislation to reform the no-fly list.
I agree with Nathan Young’s call for action with the Build Back Better bill (Nov. 20 letter).
Regarding the COVID situation and its variants, let’s all remember the old saw "ignore it long enough and it'll go away," and then apply the ostrich maneuver – stick our heads in the sand and our rears in the air and think we're hidden.
The decline of American culture can be seen clearly in the self-absorbed characters in daytime soap operas and the outlandishly excitable contestants in daytime game shows.
Many people were not informed on this lithium mining exploration going on in Wikieup.
What is occurring in our country right now is nothing more than an attack on what we stand for and our democracy.
As I see our nation so split I ask myself if we can do better and I say ‘yes,’ but it starts in our education system.
Starting possibly a year or two before President Obama took office all national banks reduced the rate of interest on savings deposits to 0.01% per year.
My neighborhood has been experiencing a crime wave!
I read the story about the father who left his daughter in the car with the air conditioning on low.
My problem is people stopping in my alley, just off that main street, and dumping their trash into my city-required trash barrel that the people next door and I pay for.
Mike of Kingman Regional Medical Center Security found my husband’s misplaced belongings.
I was in Kingman two weeks ago. I’ve bought a home in the area.
We have lived on Bryce and Burro in Golden Valley for 7 1/2 years.
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.
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.
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
Kingman is a treasure. And those who know this I imagine would quickly agree that Kingman is rich in its culture and background.
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).
There were so many scan-and-go (self checkouts) and only seven regular registers – not enough for a superstore.
Congress has gone overkill. Allow people opioids when they need them.
I for one appreciate my neighbors’ dogs barking.
Despite the current narrative that gun violence resulting in homicide is at historic epidemic proportions, data from the FBI tells a different story.
Life is often very busy and each of us faces a variety of struggles and challenges on a daily basis.
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.
Having the drags in Kingman was one of the highlights for this city.
Send letters to firstname.lastname@example.org, or Kingman Daily Miner, 3015 Stockton Hill Road, Kingman, AZ, 86401.
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...”
Will Kingman ever have a Walmart or supermarket that is open 24 hours again?
Last week, CNN’s Jake Tapper asked presidential candidates about a No First Use policy for the United States.
While taking no side with the Freethinkers because God does exist and is in our everyday lives there is a point that he is inaccurate.
A recent study from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health found that one quarter of rural Americans experienced a time where they needed health care but couldn’t get it.
William Ressegue, in his Feb. 30 letter proposing a federal sales tax, repeats the illogical “rich will pay more.
The current forest fires are not the real threat, it is Arizona lawmakers, the attorney general and of all people, the governor.
You must be sitting on your brains thinking these illegal families should not be separated.
There are 195 countries in the world out of which 43 do not give their citizens free health care. Included in those 43 is the most powerful, greatest nation on Earth, the USA – the greatest country, and we cannot take care of our citizens’ healthcare needs.
In recent news we were told that President Donald Trump wanted to place a question on citizenship within the U.S. Census for 2020. This of course caused an uproar from many officials of cities, counties, parishes, and states within the continental U.S.
We are thankful to see that supporters of the “Sanctity of life actively supporting the life of the unborn from the first heartbeat and protecting, defending, caring for, and loving the vulnerable to the last heartbeat.
On July 4, 1776, America’s Founding Fathers did something remarkable in the history of the world.
The members of VFW Post 11014 in Meadview would like to extend our sincere thanks to the store manager of Home Depot in Kingman.
If Democrats, Republicans and Independents want to continue with the investigation of the Trump Administration, they should pay the costs out of their own pockets.
I can’t drive all the way down to the city’s maintenance department to dump my recycle materials now.
After having lived along U.S. Highway 93, I cannot imagine a worse road to be turned into a freeway.
I call you dear because you are dear to my heavenly father.
Maybe one of your readers has the same problem and a solution for me.
This past winter the children of Hubbs House Head Start received hand-knit mittens from the highly skilled knitters at the Spinster shop in downtown Kingman.
There were two more accidents on Highway 68 in Golden Valley this month.
To the Progressive Socialist Democrat Party:
Earlier this year Paul Manafort was convicted on five counts of tax fraud, one count of failing to file, and two counts of bank fraud.
A 26 year old illegal Guatemalan woman, climbing the border fence from Mexico into the U.S., fell and impaled her backside on rebar.
Hollis falsely claims that Democrats violated committee laws regarding the testimony of a woman who claims she was molested by nominee Brett Kavanagh.
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.
So Jeff Adams, the newest write-in candidate for City Council, is in favor of the TPT, or sales tax.
Candidate Brett Kavanaugh for the U.S. Supreme Court has nothing on him as a lawyer or judge to disqualify him.
My husband is a Vietnam veteran with challenging health issues. Over the last 18 months he has been to the ER many times and had three surgeries. Each ER visit required me to call 911 and he was transported by ambulance to the ER.