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The Kingman Veterans Treatment Court has now graduated 53 veterans, and in honor of all the behind-the-scenes efforts by those affiliated with the program, inducted its first local hall of fame class on Thursday, Sept. 24.

By Travis Rains September 26, 2020
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The City of Kingman has been recognized as the Safest Driving City in Arizona by Insurify following expert analysis of more than 2.5 million car insurance applications.

By Travis Rains September 24, 2020
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U.S. Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) and U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-4) were the primary speakers at the Lincoln Day Dinner held Saturday, Sept. 19, at which attendees were encouraged to do all they can to bring about four more years in office for President Donald Trump.

By Travis Rains September 22, 2020
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A recall effort is underway for Kingman Mayor Jen Miles and those Kingman City Councilmembers who voted to continue the mayor’s face covering proclamation until Oct. 20 at council’s Tuesday, Sept. 15 meeting.

By Travis Rains September 22, 2020
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Kingman City Council on Tuesday, Sept. 15 approved contracts for a refurbished runway at the Kingman Airport and a new Computer Aided Dispatch system for local first responders.

By Travis Rains September 20, 2020
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Some people enjoy reading more than others, be they children or adults, but there’s little debate to be had on the importance of literacy for all walks of life.

By Travis Rains September 19, 2020
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Mayor Jen Miles’ face covering proclamation survived a lengthy discussion and a 5-2 vote at Kingman City Council’s Tuesday, Sept. 15 meeting, however, the matter of masks will be reevaluated by the city’s elected officials on Oct. 20.

By Travis Rains September 17, 2020
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Mayor Jen Miles’ face covering proclamation survived a lengthy discussion at Kingman City Council’s Tuesday, Sept. 15 meeting, however, the matter of masks will be re-evaluated by the city’s elected officials in October.

By Travis Rains September 16, 2020
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When you see the red flashing lights and the stoplight out, it’s the same as any stoplight; those stop signs are just as important, and if you run them, you take the chance of running over a kid, someone exiting the bus or someone entering the bus.”

By Travis Rains September 15, 2020
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Kingman-area residents will have to be patient before city council decides whether to ratify Mayor Jen Miles’ face covering proclamation at the 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15 virtual meeting of Kingman City Council.

By Travis Rains September 12, 2020

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