Heroes deserve to be honored and never forgotten.
A former senior economist and senior budget analyst with the Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Committee says a “yes” vote on Proposition 413 in the Nov. 6 election “will stifle the economic development of the City of Kingman and may result in significant harm going forward.”
It’s out with the old and in with the new for the Lee Williams football team as the Volunteers wrapped up the 2018 season with a 34-20 win over Mohave Friday at LWHS.
MSTEPP coalition has improved options for people in distress, and Southwest Behavioral stands on the front line of care
The depths of despair can be so deep and daunting that any thought, never mind an attempt, of climbing out of it is nearly impossible to fathom. There is good news. People and organizations stand ready to step up and help those who may be experiencing a mental health crisis, issues that come with addiction, or are just in need of a bottle of water.
Lee Williams appeared to have finally grabbed some momentum with a touchdown in the waning seconds of the first half after falling behind Coconino, 20-0.
When the pickup truck Danny Van Pool was riding in as a passenger was rear-ended while waiting for the light to change at North Bank Street on Valentine’s Day, the last thing he was thinking about was filing a complaint against a deputy with the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.
Lake Havasu scores 3 TDs of at least 68 yards in 34-14 win
A new cliché making the rounds in sports circles is you either “win or learn.”
“We were able to do all that, and everyone is saying ‘we need more,’” Ducey said. “I agree we need more, but I want to make sure that these dollars flow to the right places and are getting to the teachers. We’re focused on results and outcomes in our classrooms.”
Secrets revealed: Longtime Kingman resident speaks and shows photos of the most difficult day in Kingman’s history: July 5, 1973
Jim Mc Milon was busy on this day 45 years ago when 13 people, including 11 volunteer firefighters, perished in the Doxol explosion.
A former member of United Pentecostal Church was unhappy with the church at 2498 E. Northern Ave. continuing to use that name after it dropped its membership in February 2017 from the state and international associations.