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Travis Rains
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trains@kdminer.com

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The City of Kingman will continue its partnership with Mohave County and the U.S. Geological Survey to investigate available water resources in the Hualapai Basin and the Kingman sub-basin.

By Travis Rains January 21, 2021
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Kingman City Council will soon get its hands on the updated Kingman Zoning Code as presented by Lisa Wise Consulting and approved by the city Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday, Jan. 12.

By Travis Rains January 16, 2021
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Winter high school sports are back on, now that the executive board of the Arizona Interscholastic Association has reversed its initial decision to cancel the season due to COVID-19.

By Travis Rains January 14, 2021
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The Little Free Library at Dig it Kingman Community Gardens, 2301 Lillie Ave., is in need of donations of children’s books.

By Travis Rains January 14, 2021
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The effort to recall Kingman Mayor Jen Miles advanced to the next step, as more than 2,000 signatures were submitted to the City Clerk’s Office on Monday, Jan. 11.

By Travis Rains January 12, 2021
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Child trafficking doesn’t only speak to semi-trucks full of children being whisked away by their abusers, as those abusers have become more nuanced in how they prey on children.

By Travis Rains January 9, 2021
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Kingman City Council signed off on the Kingman Airport Master Plan at its Tuesday, Jan. 5 meeting, which paves the way for the Federal Aviation Administration’s release of the approximately 1,800 acres in Phase 2 at the Kingman Airport and Industrial Park.

By Travis Rains January 9, 2021
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The Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce has received $35,000 from the Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Response Grant Program, funds which will be dispersed to local businesses through micro grants.

By Travis Rains December 24, 2020
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Area homebound seniors are set to receive meals on Christmas morning again this year courtesy of the Kingman Regional Medical Center Foundation, however, volunteers from the community are needed to make deliveries and maybe offer a bit of holiday cheer.

By Travis Rains December 22, 2020

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