There were 118 new cases of COVID-19 in Mohave County on Thursday and Friday, July 2-3, but only 12 of the cases were in Kingman, where the number of new cases has been declining.
During a radio interview with KNTR radio on Thursday, July 2, Mohave County District 3 Supervisor Hildy Angius said she tested positive and recovered from COVID-19.
Another 10 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the Kingman Service area.
A red flag fire warning is in effect for the Kingman region through Monday, June 29, as high winds combined with dry vegetation make conditions favorable for wildfires, according to the National Weather Service.
Three adults from the Bullhead City service area died from complications of COVID-19, the Mohave County Department of Public Health reported the evening of Tuesday, June 23. Two of the patients were in the 80-89 age range, and the other was over age 90.
A single-day record of 66 cases of COVID-19 were reported by the Mohave County Department of Public Health on Monday, June 24.
A Kingman patient in the 70-79 age range died of complications of COVID-19, the Mohave County Department of Public Health reported the evening of Sunday, June 21.
Forty-four more COVID-19 cases, but no deaths, were reported by the Mohave County Department of Public Health on Thursday and Friday, June 18-19.
Another 15 cases of COVID-19 in Mohave County were confirmed by the Mohave County Department of Public Health the evening of Thursday, June 18.
Four more Mohave County residents have died from complications of COVID-19, and a one-day record of 41 new cases was reported by county health officials the evening of Wednesday, June 17.
An adult age 70-79 has died in the Kingman service area from complications of COVID-19, the Mohave County Department of Public Health reported the evening of Tuesday, June 16. It marked the 40th death from the virus in the Kingman area.
Stanton Taylor Edwards, 64, of Golden Valley, has been identified as the deceased individual involved in a single-vehicle collision on Estrella Road in Golden Valley on Sunday, June 14.
Local agencies including the Kingman Fire Department responded to a wildland fire underneath the railroad tracks
The Mohave County Department of Public Health reported eight new COVID-19 cases in the county the evening of Monday, June 15, including two in the Kingman service.
Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District firefighters were battling a structure fire in the area of Northern Avenue and Castle Rock Road at 10 a.m. this morning.
Things were pretty quiet on the COVID-19 front on Saturday, June 13, as the Mohave County Department of Public Health reported just one new confirmed case in the county.
COVID-19 is a growing cause for concern in Mohave County, where the case count and the death toll are surging.
Kingman City Council will consider adopting a pension funding policy at its electronic meeting set for 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 16.
Even as some parts of the nation see a decline in coronavirus cases, the case count in Mohave County, along with the rest of Arizona, continues to rise dramatically.
Republican and Prescott Valley native Anne Marie Ward of Prescott, who is challenging incumbent U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar (R-Prescott) in the Aug. 4 primary election in Arizona’s 4th Congressional District, is holding a town hall in Kingman.
Bullhead City COVID-19 cases continue to mount, with five of the six new cases confirmed the evening of Monday, June 8 being from that service area.
Six more deaths from complications of COVID-19 were revealed Friday, June 5 by the Mohave County Department of Public Health, raising the virus death toll to 55 in the county.
Two girls ages 4 and 11 were killed in a structure fire in the 4800 block of N. Elgin Road in Golden Valley in the early morning hours of Wednesday, June 3, with multiple others in the home transported to the hospital in critical condition.
An adult in the 30-39 age range has died of complications from COVID-19, the Mohave County Department of Public Health announced Monday, June 1.
An adult age 30-39 is the youngest victim yet from the coronavirus in Mohave County.
Another 19 cases of COVID-19, including 10 in the Bullhead City service area, were confirmed by the Mohave County Department of Public Health late Thursday, May 28.
There were 17 more COVID-19 cases confirmed by the Mohave County Department of Public Health the evening of Wednesday, May 27, more than half of which were from the Bullhead City service area.
Mohave County set a one-week high for the number of new COVID-19 cases, with 69 positive tests from May 19-25, according to figures compiled by the Mohave County Department of Public Health.
Mohave County’s unemployment rate in April was 18.4%, the 14th highest rate of Arizona’s 15 counties.