Based on the number of comments Mohave County received via social media platforms concerning the mask mandate in county buildings, Supervisor Gary Watson of District 1 called for a town hall or a public workshop in place of the previously scheduled board of supervisors meeting at noon on Thursday, Oct. 22.
The Mohave County Department of Public Health is asking the county supervisors to allow carryover of $387,000 funding to the next fiscal year.
Mohave Community College is preparing to start its 50th anniversary celebration and it plans to party the whole year.
Kristin Freiert from the Pet Angel Program and Nicole Mangiameli from the Mohave County Animal Shelter feel conflicted.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Monday, Oct. 5 voted 5-0 to adopt a new ordinance introducing a more “vigorous” program to address “abatement of properties deemed a public nuisance.”
Dean of Mohave Community College Kingman campus and MCC Pandemic Response Team Co-chair Fred Gilbert said the community meets all three benchmarks designated by the Arizona Department of Health Services for COVID-19.
The “complaint line,” as Mohave County Supervisor Hildy Angius of District 2 called the mechanism of reporting a businesses in Mohave County via the Arizona Department of Health Services for not obeying COVID-19 safety measures, is still causing controversy.
The old cabins at Hualapai Mountain Park – built so solidly that they are still in high demand by tourists and locals alike – are a gift of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal, designed to put the country back to work during the Great Depression.
This year has been a unique year, not only for Arizona, but for the rest of the country, according to Arizona Treasurer Kimberly Yee, who visited Kingman and the Miner headquarters on Monday, Oct. 5 to discuss the state and county’s finances.