The majority of cattle in our area are free range, and many ranchers lease public lands from the Bureau of Land Management
"Captain Butch’s log of the Federation Star Ship Golden Valley, star date 79320.1 (Jan. 19, 2018).
Mohave County Sheriff’s K-9 Foundation officials announced they are partnering with Los Lagos Golf Club in Fort Mohave
How water-haul customers pay for water at Golden Valley Improvement District (GVID) Standpipe No. 1, located at Bolsa Drive and Estrella Road, will be changing.
Be sure to allow a friend to drive after you’ve consumed too much alcohol
December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, be sure to allow a friend to drive after you’ve consumed too much alcohol
Coming together for a Christmas dinner
Community View | Taking back Golden Valley Improvement District control from Mohave County government isn’t the answer
A small group of citizens began a petition-signature drive to take back control of GVID.
The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program is in full swing throughout the U.S. to bring joy to more families in need this holiday season.
It seems just like yesterday that Chris and I finished taking down the decorations from our 2016 Christmas display, packed them up, put them into storage, and thought we had a year-long breather.
Mohave County District 4 Supervisor Jean Bishop joined the proud residents of So-Hi Estates for the dedication of their new Neighborhood Watch Community sign Tuesday.
Members of the Patriot Guard Riders cruise along Beale Street
It's emotionally devastating to friends and family when they begin noticing a person has started to have trouble planning and organizing, keeping up with work, completing chores, or following through on plans.
Mohave County Assessor’s Office went to the historic mining town looking for structures it didn’t know existed
According to county records, it had been more than 25 years since a full canvass had been completed in Oatman, the historic mining town and tourist destination nestled high in the Black Mountains.
It is better to be safe than sorry because early detection of cancer can possibly lead to a cure.
Not everyone realizes their bodies need water to maintain itself, not only during the hot-dry summer months, but year round.
The Mohave County Sheriffs K-9 Foundation is seeking donations as an ongoing effort to help support the MCSO K-9 Program.
The expansion will hopefully include five K-9 teams by November
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Program became nonexistent in years past.
Samaritan’s Purse will host a kickoff event for the 2017 Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Project from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Journey Church, 3782 N. Bank St.
Nine members of Arizona Rangers Mohave Company converged on Kingman Saturday to hone their skills needed to effectively complete their mission if called upon.
This is the third of a three-part series of a study by Meriwether comparing the Valley Pioneer Water Company and Golden Valley Improvement District.
VPWC is proposing a 24 percent rate hike because the last rate hike they received was in 2001.
Rumors and innuendos are being tossed around in the newspapers, on the radio and social media outlets about the current pricing of water in Golden Valley and the impending rate hikes that are being proposed.
All too often, seniors trekking into the golden years begin wondering why they have more aches, pains, are always feeling tired, and also begin experiencing medical issues.
Rick Armstrong, the manager of Superior Tire’s Golden Valley facility, explains the proper procedure of mounting and dismounting tires from rims to five members of the Keeping Hot Rods Going Youth Program.
More than 40 people took time off from their busy schedules Friday to participate in the Sidney Cranston Jr. Memorial Ride to commemorate the second anniversary of his disappearance.
Local Realtor went missing in 2015, found deceased in January
June 16 is rapidly approaching and it will be the second anniversary of the disappearance of the beloved family member, friend and Realtor, Sidney “Sid” Cranston Jr.
A Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputy received minor injuries when his patrol vehicle was involved in a two-vehicle traffic accident at 7:19 p.m. Saturday.
Many who are enjoying the time off from work and school are unaware of exactly why Memorial Day is so important to our country.
Vision is an all-important part of everyday life.
I mentioned to my wife, Chris, a while back that I thought it was time for me to invest in a new chair for my computer desk.
The multifaceted non-profit organization Cornerstone Mission Project has announced they are hosting a grand opening from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at their new Cornerstone Mission Community Care Center and Thrift Store located at 601 Hall St.
Not every person is taught the right way to eat and what to eat during their formative years, and because of this, their health can suffer and unwanted medical conditions may manifest in later years.
Golden Valley Fire District firefighters from Station 12 responded at 3:37 a.m., Friday to a reported structure fire.
I am all for programs or inventions that help the environment.
Three people received injuries in a two-vehicle accident that occurred at milepost 24 on Highway 68 at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Al Blanco, the man charged with first-degree murder of 40-year-old Sidney Charles Cranston Jr., made his initial appearance before Judge Benjamin Haney in the Cerbat/Kingman Justice Court Saturday.
OLDEN VALLEY – Golden Valley Fire District firefighters from Station 12 and GVFD Duty Officer Boyd Lewis, and Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies, responded at 10:46 a.m. Thursday to a one-vehicle accident on West Bolsa Drive near the intersection of Drake Road.
January is volunteering and helping others month.
The Golden Valley Fire District had its hands full in November.
Crime prevention is everyone’s responsibility and there are numerous measures seniors can do in order to keep their property and themselves safe.
Witches, skeletons and dancing dead trees await visitors to this Halloween display in Golden Valley
There are witches, a clown giraffe, skeletons, a cemetery and Halloween display lights in Golden Valley.
Many promises have been made by those running for elected office this year. Only time will tell if those who were victorious will follow through with their promises or if they will conveniently suffer a memory loss.
Mohave County has 13,461 square miles, is the second largest county in Arizona and the fifth largest in the contiguous United States. With that amount of land, and a population in excess of 200,000, you're talking about a lot of roads to maintain.