December 18, 2019
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If you really, really like the idea of big government and think it is more efficient and cost-effective than private business, State Sen. John Kavanagh has a bill for you.
Not so long ago, Black Friday was an actual day and the big question for residents was whether to head to the big cities for Christmas shopping.
People often forget what it took to allow us to live the way we do. For some, Nov. 11 – Veterans Day – is just another day on the calendar.
With the advent of the new Kingman 66 Fest, the city seems to be zeroing in on what makes it special – Historic U.S. Route 66.
In this divisive and divided nation that we live in, it’s nice that there’s at least one thing we can all agree about – Halloween and trick-or-treating.
In the week ending Wednesday, Oct. 13, 17 residents of Mohave County were killed by the coronavirus.
Twenty years ago yesterday, more than 3,000 Americans were killed simply for being American.
Fewer miles. Less traffic. Safer cars. It sounds like the ingredients for safer highways. But not so fast.
A backyard pool can be a dream come true. It can also be a nightmare.
It takes a special person to be part of a swift-water rescue team. That’s because, in many if not all cases, you’re butting heads with Darwin; you’re risking your life for a fool.
In this era of partisan politics, culture wars and red meat, where discord dominates the national discourse, sports can bridge the great divide.
There’s no such thing as a “no vacancy” sign at the Mohave County Animal Shelter.
Kingman is renowned for its climate. Not too hot (usually), and not too cold.
Today will be a sad Father’s Day for many Americans.
If you vote to approve the Permanent Base Adjustment – aka Proposition 416 – in the Aug. 4 primary election, you won’t be raising your taxes.
It got kind of quiet around here during the first three months of the coronavirus pandemic.
A sidearm. A TASER. Handcuffs. A bullet-proof vest and a high-performance vehicle.
Walking across the stage and getting that high school or college diploma in front of friends and family is an American rite of passage. Maybe even a right of passage. But not for the Class of 2020.
This coronavirus is a serious thing, folks, and there’s absolutely, positively no need to panic.
Every new book, every news article, every new honor only adds to the luster and allure of Route 66, perhaps the world’s favorite and most-famous highway.
Two years is not a lot of time to make your mark as mayor.
If the current council members decide to run for re-election and win, that equates to giving themselves a raise.
As you read this editorial, a bill is being held on the House floor that would finally make it tougher for drug dealers who keep selling illicit fentanyl to our young people in Arizona, but Democrats — and a few Republicans — are not stepping up to support it.
Many if not most public officials angle to get their name on something nice.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival will bring a bit of the Bard to Kingman for students and the public alike when the Shakespeare in the Schools Tour makes a stop in Kingman on Tuesday, Feb. 18.
It doesn’t take an advanced degree to build a house. And it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that $30 per hour is really good money.
Mohave County has more than its share of military veterans - just shy of 25,000, according to estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau. That’s about 1-in-8 county residents.
It’s an unpaid, appointed position, and an often thankless job. It’s not easy to be a volunteer Mohave County Planning and Zoning Board Commissioner.
Back in the day – make that way back in the day – shoppers would bring their own baskets to the market.
There is at least one issue that can span the great partisan divide of this era. Each and every American can agree that robocalls are a pain in the, uh, neck.
A lot of damage can be done with a can of spray paint, as residents over a wide swath of Kingman can now attest.
The Thanksgiving storm turned Hualapai Mountain Road into a bobsled run with two-way traffic.