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Service dogs are professionals, not pets

Thanks to a bill signed into law by Gov. Doug Ducey in April, people in Arizona who try to pass their dogs off as service animals without undergoing the necessary training are subject to a $250 fine.

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Planning and Zoning looks to prevent ‘cookie-cutter’ subdivisions in Kingman

“What we’re trying to achieve is a variety of architectural styles that add character and interest to a neighborhood,” Ruggles said.

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Change of plea set for alleged Las Vegas carjacker

According to court documents, Nevitt could be agreeable to a 20-year plea agreement.

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Cases consolidated for Walleck Ranch shooting suspect

Bell was arrested after police responded to a call at about 10:20 p.m. March 22. They arrived at the scene to find a 16-year-old boy with hand and leg wounds resulting from multiple gunshots.

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P&Z expands accessory structure allowances

In the past, property owners in Kingman have hit the wall that is the Kingman Zoning Ordinance when it comes to adding accessory structures on their properties, but the Planning and Zoning Commission is considering text amendments that would expand the allowances for detached structures and accessory dwellings.

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Black Sheep’s fundraiser helps those who help others

Saturday’s earnings will go to the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council

Those who attend Saturday’s fundraiser will need to pick from Black Sheep’s selection of suicide awareness tattoos.

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Vice mayor advocates for ‘no’ votes on ‘Draconian’ Prop 413

The Home Rule Option (Prop. 412) has been approved by Kingmanites since the 1980s. The option provides cities with an alternative to the state-imposed spending limit for local governments.

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State alleges emotional harm in child molestation case

On Wednesday, prosecuting attorney Gregory McPhillips told the judge that the state is also alleging emotional harm on the part of the victim.

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Confederate Krusaders feel they’ve been ‘discriminated against’

Their parade application for this year was originally accepted, but come the week of the festival, Youngblood received an email from the City informing her that the entry was in violation of parade rule No. 3.

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Jeff Adams announces write-in candidacy

“We’ve got some serious challenges,” Adams said. “We need some serious solutions.”

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