“As you can see, I’m pretty excited about that,” said City of Kingman Director of Parks and Recreation Mike Meersman, who met with the Miner at the entrance to the White Cliffs Wagon Trail in downtown Kingman to go up the hill and meet with the American Conservation Experience crew starting their eighth day of work.
Mohave County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution “declaring the sentiments” of the county “upon the constitutional questions” surrounding the government response to COVID-19.
Mohave County Public Health Director Denise Burley and Deputy Director Melissa Palmer explained the county’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution process at a press conference on Thursday, Jan. 21.
Arizona State University’s Luminosity Lab team developed a fog-free face mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and won a $1 million international competition – the million-dollar XPRIZE Next-Gen Mask Challenge.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors’ meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 19 will bring discussion on several controversial topics.
Another heated exchange between the members of the Kingman Unified School District board took place on Tuesday, Jan. 12 at the monthly meeting, resulting in all district schools going back to the hybrid model for the third quarter that will start on Tuesday, Jan. 19 and finish on Thursday, March 11.
Last year, Scott Preston, owner and principal at Preston Investments, 4345 Stockton Hill Road, donated $5,000 each to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and the Kingman Police Department.
Along with statehood, in 1912 Arizona received approximately 9.2 million acres of state trust lands with the purpose of developing it.