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Travis Rains
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The Kingman Police Department has received “several phone calls” regarding allegations that businesses aren’t adhering to face mask and other COVID-19 related orders, but not as many as the agency’s chief expected.

By Travis Rains July 7, 2020
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The Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District has received seven bids for the remodel of the structure at 2600 Northern Ave.

By Travis Rains July 7, 2020
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Adventure Quest, an online and health-focused summer camp courtesy of Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions, is now open for enrollment.

By Travis Rains July 4, 2020
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Kingman City Council will consider rezone requests related to the Rancho Santa Fe Traffic Interchange project, in addition to downtown improvement measures, at its virtual meeting set for 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 7.

By Travis Rains July 4, 2020
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Bridget Langston, one of the organizers behind the face-covering proclamation protest set for Friday, July 3, believes Mayor Jen Miles’ proclamation should expire after 72 hours, according to Kingman Municipal Code.

By Travis Rains July 2, 2020
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A group set to protest Mayor Jen Miles’ proclamation requiring that masks be worn when entering establishments in Kingman will gather from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, July 3 in front of the City Complex at 310 N. Fourth St.

By Travis Rains July 2, 2020
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Vice Mayor Travis Lingenfelter believes Arizona Revised Statutes are more specific than Kingman Municipal Code in reference to when and how emergencies may be declared, a finding pertinent to Mayor Jen Miles’ recent face covering proclamation.

By Travis Rains June 30, 2020
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Kingman Mayor Jen Miles has issued a proclamation requiring that all persons age 6 and older wear face coverings when entering places of business serving the public to combat COVID-19.

By Travis Rains June 30, 2020
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City Recreation Coordinator Ryan Fruhwirth explained that less-populated aquatic events, such as lap swim and swim lessons, are continuing.

By Travis Rains June 30, 2020
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The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the cancellation or postponement of many events, especially in certain states such as Nevada and California.

By Travis Rains June 27, 2020

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