Arizona voters will head to the polls in the middle of a pandemic on Tuesday, Aug. 4 for the Arizona Primary Election.
The Mohave County Supervisors receive three COVID-19 reports daily. But the Mohave County Department of Public Health, which is overwhelmed with work due to an increase in virus cases, would like to limit itself to producing one report per day, MCDPH Director Denise Burley told the board of supervisors on Thursday, July 30.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors will have an agenda filled with 90 items to deal with when they meet at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug 3.
After a long delay, Kingman Academy of Learning High School will finally have their graduation ceremony at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 1 at Hope City Church, 1850 Gates Ave.
This story contains many dates. Robin Morrow Foster found her grandfather’s World War I memoirs in 2013, shortly after her own father died, passing family treasures down to Foster and her two sisters.
After a heated discussion last week when Mohave County Supervisor Hildy Angius of District 2 called for an easier format when it comes to COVID-19 information published on the county’s website, changes are coming.
Supervisor Buster Johnson of District 3 questioned Mohave County Department of Public Health Director Denise Burley about the role of her department during the COVID-19 crisis at the county’s board of supervisors meeting on Monday, July 27.
More COVID-19 testing is coming to Mohave County. Denise Burley, the county’s public health director, told the county board of supervisors Thursday, July 23 that this weekend’s testing blitz in Bullhead City will soon expand to other major communities in the county.
The employees at the Mohave County Department of Public Health are as busy as can be, Melissa Palmer, the county’s assistant health director, told the county board of Supervisors on Monday, July 20.