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MacKenzie Dexter
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mdexter@kdminer.com

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With over 20% of customers being young families, the Kingman Area Food Bank at 2930 Butler Ave. is having to set limitations and manage the outtake of food to compensate for increased demand.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 28, 2022
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The overturning of Roe v. Wade this month is jarring all of Arizona, including blood red Mohave County.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 27, 2022
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About 40 women participating in Chix on 66 stopped in Kingman before finishing their June journey on Route 66.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 25, 2022
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Along with many water sources throughout the southwest, the Hualapai Basin groundwater in the Kingman area is seeing a drastic decline, primarily due to an increase in agriculture.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 25, 2022
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Part one of a two-part presentation covering the proposed pavement preservative project in Kingman outlines the “aggressive” goal to fix residential streets throughout the community.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 23, 2022
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The announcement of a new Dollar General store on Stockton Hill Road has raised concern among community members and public officials looking to grow the community and bring in diverse retail.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 23, 2022
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Tourism continues to recover and the Kingman Visitors Center has seen a large increase of spring visitors, particularly in the gift shop.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 23, 2022
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Kingman City Council candidates participated in a local meet-and-greet to pitch their campaigns. Voters have three vacancies to fill.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 21, 2022
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The Mohave County Board of Supervisors approved changes to an animal control ordinance, making it a class two misdemeanor for an individual negligently failing to prevent their dog from biting another person.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 21, 2022
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The Mohave County Board of Supervisors approved various grants, which attendees of the meeting “philosophically” and “ethically” opposed because they do not want the supervisors to decide how their tax money is being spent.

By MacKenzie Dexter June 21, 2022

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