Multiple Mohave County Republican groups have filed a lawsuit against Golden Valley resident Steven Robinson alleging that he used a business address in Golden Valley “that has no relation to the groups or their activities” to register party tradenames with the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office.
Libraries have evolved from being locations at which people can access books to community resource centers offering classes, internet access and more. Helping community members connect with those offerings, and seeing their smiles of gratitude and excitement, is what Kathy Pennell will miss the most when she retires from her position as district director of the Mohave County Library.
Bill Lenhart of Sunbelt Development pleaded not guilty to a charge that he made an unlawful campaign contribution from a limited liability corporation in 2016 at his arraignment in Mohave County Superior Court on Monday, Oct. 25.
Nicole Mangiameli, director of the Mohave County Animal Shelter, anticipates that adoptions will increase when the proposed new shelter on Burbank Street is up and running.
Bill Lenhart, owner of Sunbelt Development, a city partner in the Rancho Santa Fe Traffic Interchange project, is facing an indictment alleging an unlawful campaign contribution by a corporation.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors will wait until January 2022 to decide whether to hire a consultant to look at relocation options for the Mohave County Fairgrounds, but elected officials are already weighing in on the scope of such an endeavor.
A six-faceted transition plan for assuming operations of the Mohave County Fairgrounds was approved by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Monday, Oct. 18.
A former City of Kingman zoning ordinance required the improvement of driveways to include the two must-have parking spaces for single-family residences, but with the recently completed ordinance update, those non-retroactive requirements will now extend to any accessory parking area regardless of its zoning or use.
The 15th annual Walk Away from Drugs and Keep Kingman Safe Expo is set for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, with Kingman Police Department Chief Rusty Cooper saying the event is an opportunity to educate and connect the community with resources.