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Have you ever noticed the state of the U.S. and Arizona flags that run down the center of Stockton Hill Road?

By Hayden Merrill July 13, 2017
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Starting next year, Kingman residents will no longer receive the suspicious letter that appears to be from the city offices, but is actually a promotional item for Service Line Warranties of America.

By Hayden Merrill July 11, 2017
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Members of the Kingman City Council are split on what to do with the Kingman Crossing Interchange.

By Hayden Merrill July 10, 2017
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The issue of permitting specific storage containers in downtown Kingman and guidelines of how those storage containers should be maintained has been a long ongoing discussion.

By Hayden Merrill July 9, 2017
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Although the Kingman City Council had scheduled the council meeting agenda to include a report from a representative of the Kingman Airport Authority, it looks like they will have to wait till the next council meeting to hear a report.

By Hayden Merrill July 7, 2017
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The latest craze: Fidget Spinners designed to help children focus
A seemingly simple toy has gained massive popularity over the last few months, but not everyone knows about fidget spinners

Everyone knows a fidgeter. That person who is always tapping a pen or bouncing their knee.

By Hayden Merrill July 6, 2017
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Like many families, the Simones took a quick vacation for the weekend leading into the Fourth of July.

By Hayden Merrill July 6, 2017
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The Kingman Airport Authority will be in the spotlight at tonight’s city council meeting.

By Hayden Merrill July 5, 2017

On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress met at the Pennsylvania State House in Philadelphia to adopt a statement that would threaten their lives, and make history.

By Hayden Merrill July 4, 2017
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What do you do when you have an affinity for beer and some childhood memories tied to an old, rickety bridge? The only thing you can do, open a brewery.

By Hayden Merrill July 3, 2017

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