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Arizona gas prices 40 cents above national average, but on the decline

While the national average is around $2.41 a gallon for regular gas, Arizona is closer to $2.80, according to GasBuddy.com.

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‘Twilight’s Last Gleaming’

Author Ronnow writes novel about surviving electrical shutdown

Dane Ronnow started monkeying with the idea of writing his first thriller novel a couple years ago when he wondered what would happen if the nation’s electrical grid was wiped out.

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Author Ronnow writes novel about surviving electrical shutdown

In "Twilight's Last Gleaming," North Korea and Iran join forces with a goal of shutting down America's electrical grid and its national infrastructure.

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Dolan Springs group to raffle Joshua tree-dotted land as fundraiser

You can own a piece of land with spectacular scenery in this rural town for as little as $20 and contribute to a worthy cause at the same time.

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ACA enrollment steady even with no penalty, higher premiums

The penalty for not having mandated medical insurance has been eliminated, and premiums for plans through the Affordable Care Act have increased from the start of the program, but it hasn’t affected enrollment in Arizona, an insurance executive said Friday.

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VFW’s Pearl Harbor Day ceremony brings out patriotic small crowd

About two dozen patriots showed up at VFW Post 3516 on an appropriately cloudy and rainy Friday afternoon to pay tribute to the 2,403 people who lost their lives when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.

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Pearl Harbor Day pays tribute to 2,403 people who died in the attack

Kingman resident Bob Campbell joined the U.S. Navy shortly after the bombing and went to the same Naval Aviation school as President George H.W. Bush.

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Drought continues, but El Nino could bring temporary relief

Climatologist Nancy Selover said 2018 was an "ugly year" and one of the driest on record for Arizona.

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Supervisors extend 15-acre farmland lease with Wakimoto Farms

The Mohave County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a lease extension with Wakimoto Farms for 15 acres of farm land in the Mohave Valley Irrigation and Drainage District for $60 an acre at Monday’s regular board meeting.

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VFW plans gun salute, flag retirement for Pearl Harbor Day

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3516 will memorialize Pearl Harbor Day with a four-gun, 12-round salute at noon Friday at the post, 2826 Wikieup Ave.

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