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Hubble Ray Smith
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It’s those wet, sloppy kisses that Nicole Mangiameli gets from the dogs at Kingman Animal Shelter that make her day.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 23, 2018
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Linda Schall-Rhodes was determined to make the annual food drive a success for Kingman Presbyterian Church, picking up the workload her late husband had handled until he passed in May.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 23, 2018
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The government might shut down, but the Grand Canyon will remain open to the millions of visitors who come to Arizona each year to take in the spectacular natural wonder, many of them stopping through town for gas, food and lodging.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 21, 2018
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The timeless candy cane was No. 1 in Arizona, though only 9 percent of all U.S. respondents chose it as their favorite.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 20, 2018
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It's important for children to be aware of other children's special needs and communicate with them, teacher says.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 19, 2018
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Several property owners in Malibu Road Improvement District complained to Mohave County Board of Supervisors about an increase in the estimate for design and engineering services.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 19, 2018
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Use of dangerous weapon during first-degree burglary, emotional harm to family, age and health of victim are among the jury's considerations.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 18, 2018
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Justin James Rector changed his plea Tuesday to guilty of first-degree murder of 8-year-old Bella Grogan-Cannella in September 2014, accepting the state’s plea agreement in exchange for dismissing two other felony charges of kidnapping and child abuse.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 18, 2018
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Johnson votes against hiring the director because the county has no “vision” for economic development.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 17, 2018
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Buddy O’Brian Wallace was convicted Monday of second-degree murder, first-degree burglary and theft of means of transportation, spared from the first-degree premeditated murder charge sought by the state’s prosecution.

By Hubble Ray Smith December 17, 2018

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