Mohave Community College will look much more normal after Friday, May 14, which is also the date of two MCC commencement ceremonies that will take place at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Anderson Fieldhouse in Bullhead City.
The Arizona Department of Economic Security has removed charges for fraudulent unemployment claims that were billed to Mohave County, and will be removing any similar charges that occurred in January and February of this year.
The Mohave County Department of Public Works asked the board of supervisors for its blessing to apply for a $500,000 Arizona Commerce Authority grant to alleviate the cost of road work in the Apache Road area in Golden Valley which had already been approved for $800,000.
The $41.5 million from the American Rescue Plan did not arrive yet, and only half of the sum will arrive this year, but the Mohave County Board of Supervisors already have an idea in mind on how to put the money to use.
There will be immediate increases in salaries for Mohave County Public Health Department employees, from about 10% to almost 28% for nurses in terms of an hourly wage. The changes were approved in a 5-0 vote by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Monday, April 5.
The actual program is still being put together, but over 30 local performers from the Kingman Unified School District and the Kingman community will be featured for the opening of the 11th season of the Sounds of Kingman Concert in the Park Series.
In the coming weeks, Mohave County might see the supply of COVID-19 vaccine gradually outweighing the demand.
The Healthy Bar at 202 E. Beale St. is coming with the grand opening planned for Saturday, May 1.
There is a magical forest on Beale Street where Robin Hood and his crew supposedly hide.