Rose began to work in the booth next to her, and spontaneously started to give Sabrina what she needed: feedback, collaboration, inspiration and support.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors and other elected county officials gathered for the annual county budget workshop on Friday, May 17.
Scouting runs in his family and remains an important part of life.
A new report by The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit representing the nation’s employers and purchasers of health care, has graded Kingman Regional Medical Center an “A.”
GoFundMe, the No. 1 platform for fundraising and crowdfunding, is popular across the U.S. “Make a difference in someone’s life today,” is the company logo, and indeed, when searching for Kingman, Arizona, one finds many powerful stories and campaigns worth attention and support, many of them triggered by serious medical conditions.
KINGMAN – The American Red Cross has declared a shortage of type O blood nationwide. Since type O can be transfused to patients with any blood type, it is what hospital staff reach for during emergencies when there isn’t time to determine a patient’s blood type.
The good news is Kingman has two more over-the-air TV channels, as The Daily Miner found after a local resident discovered their existence and shared his knowledge with the public. The bad news? The county, as well as the regional TV provider WECOM, had no idea about it.
The Dig It Kingman Community Garden invites all children to its Southwestern Gardening Day between 9-11a.m. Saturday, May 18 at 2301 Lillie Ave.
Deputy Chief Rusty Cooper does not know what to expect from the training, but he is excited to take it. The Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing will teach Kingman officers how to approach deaf, hard of hearing and deaf-blind citizens.