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Volunteers in a frenzy to provide meals to region’s struggling families

Food Bank will feed 30,000-plus on Thanksgiving

There was a swarm of activity Thursday at the Kingman Area Food Bank on Butler Avenue as people were gathering food supplies.

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Sorensen celebrates her 104th in style

Ruth Sorensen celebrated her 104th birthday Thursday with friends at White Cliffs Senior Living.

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Diesel Power: New K-9 reports for duty with KPD

The police department’s newest K-9, Diesel, along with handler Officer Adam Simonsen, were introduced during the City Council meeting Tuesday evening.

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Elections department continues to work long after the vote

While voters cast their ballots Nov. 8 and ended the process, Mohave County Elections Department Director Allen Tempert and his staff are busier than bird dogs.

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Embezzlement suspect back in court

Richards is accused of taking more than $1M from the city of Kingman

Diane Maxine Richards, who authorities say embezzled more than a million dollars from the city, made an appearance Monday in Mohave County Superior Court in front of Judge Billy Sipe.

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American Legion honors veterans in poignant ceremont at Mountain View Cemetery

The three dozen or so folks who attended a ceremony honoring veterans at 11 a.m. Friday might have been small in number, but they were huge in gratitude to veterans.

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Shannon’s experiences in Korea terrifying

Honoring All Who Served

He was shot once in his left arm and bayoneted in the right arm.

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Toddler’s broken leg leads to arrest

A 2-year-old boy was airlifted to Sunrise Medical Center in Las Vegas with a fractured femur, and a 23-year-old who allegedly caused the injury was arrested, according to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Department.

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Homeowners fear impact of downtown district rules

An overflow crowd of more than 50 attended the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting at Council Chambers on Tuesday evening to learn about and express their desires for a proposed Downtown Development District.

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Woman ‘grateful’ after house fire

A modern cautionary tale: Hot laptop started smoky, destructive Golden Valley blaze

Despite Dorothy Buckelew’s house being a complete mess, she is “feeling very blessed and grateful.”

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