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Filling in the cracks: Ramp, dross site work happening at Kingman Airport

The work was scheduled to begin Monday, but was postponed for a week because of rainy conditions.

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Council increases fees, stage set for further discussion

Councilwoman Vickie Kress and Mayor Monica Gates both inquired about the potential for discounted fees for veterans at the golf course.

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Hollywood and Wine makes for a good time

“It’s a great event,” Millin said. “Last year was one of the biggest events in town.”

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Kingman Main Street continues downtown discussion

Kingman Main Street place-making group will continue discussing plans for downtown during a meeting at 5:30 p.m. today at the Kingman engineering department, 412 E. Oak St.

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Changes at annual Kiwanis scholarship dinner, but same community mindset

“There’s great pride in this dinner because you see the product,” Raymond said of the dinner and the scholarships it raises.

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Chamber CEO prepared to 'hit the ground running'

“But I’m not an HR guy,” he said. “It was great experience and I learned a ton, but I like building economies.”

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Playground improvements coming to a park near you

Playground equipment throughout Kingman could soon be getting much-needed updates, as many have not been revitalized or replaced since being installed.

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Digitally addicted? Putting down electronics is possible, just ask students in Kingman

Phone and social media usage isn’t a major problem during school hours, but Victory said that inappropriate postings outside of that window can affect students when they get back to school.

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Miles to represent Kingman at AAED symposium

Multiple Arizona cities are preparing for the economic boom that could come with the further construction of Interstate 11, and Vice Mayor Jen Miles says that Kingman is one of them.

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P&Z Commission discusses outdoor screening, tiny homes

Tiny homes are becoming popular throughout the U.S., and the phenomenon has recently made its way to Kingman.

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