The event will feature an excellent assortment of alcoholic and non-alcoholic wines and beer, various cheeses, fine foods and a silent auction.
Over 136 years of history rests in the streets of Kingman. Some of the history is mild. Miners and ranchers who went about their everyday life, military men traipsing through on camels, Charles Lindbergh staying at the Hotel Beale.
Family. A short, simple word that can contain so much complexity.
It’s time to break out the controllers and pack a bag of pet food.
A mile can make all the difference. Especially after surviving cancer.
Tournaments don’t have to be regulated to be held at the end of a sports season.
The Lady Miner of Mineral Park
In the 1870s, it wasn’t unusual to find gold, silver and turquoise in northwestern Arizona.
The holidays are quickly approaching, especially for the Kingman Area Food Bank. “Oct. 22 is the first day we start handing out Thanksgiving meals,” said Cathy Walker, executive director.
The Air methods helicopter made an impressive figure in the Home Depot parking lot at 3860 Stockton Hill Rd. Wednesday evening.
The man behind the street name, the festival, the rodeo and the “dual-tone wheeze”
A series of questions is often asked by visitors to Kingman: Was Andy Devine a person? Why is there a street named after him? There’s a festival and rodeo named after him, too? Who was he? And the answers are generally given: Yes. He was from here. Yes, every September. He was an actor.