The Kingman High School boys basketball team never recovered from a slow start, falling 77-43 to host River Valley in a dual season-opener on Tuesday, Jan. 19.
Another 28 Mohave County residents have succumbed to complications of COVID-19, raising the death toll since the beginning of the year to over 100.
It appears that COVID-19 is spreading faster than the vaccine in Mohave County, where older callers eligible to receive the vaccine have told the Miner about difficulties making appointments at a limited number of providers for a limited number of vaccines.
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 193 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths in Mohave County on Sunday morning, Jan. 17 and Monday morning, Jan. 18 combined.
The body count keeps rising as COVID-19 tightens its grip on Mohave County.
Persons age 75 and older can start receiving COVID-19 vaccines on Friday, Jan. 15 in Mohave County.