The Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Feb. 22 will consider awarding a contract for the design and construction of the new Mohave County Animal Shelter.
The Kingman Area Literacy Program is looking for volunteers as there is an “overwhelming” number of requests for reading tutors for children, and a waiting list that continues to lengthen.
Judge Eric Gordon has dismissed injunctions against harassment for former Northern Arizona Fire District Chief Wayne Eder and district resident Arthur Garnica against current board Chair Jim Bailey.
On Monday, Feb. 7, Mohave County Manager Sam Elters informed the Board of Supervisors that there has been an increase in theft and vandalism to county equipment within the past several months.
The Lee Williams High School Lady Volunteers fell behind opponent Rio Rico halfway through the first quarter in a 4A conference play-in matchup on Friday, Feb. 11, and were unable to recover, losing 42-21 at home to close out the season.
There are some events too historically significant to be forgotten, and when it comes to the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941, seven Kingman Young Marines recently had the chance to pay their respects at the 80th Commemoration of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in Hawaii.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors on Monday, Feb. 7 received an update on operations and upcoming events at the Mohave County Fairgrounds from Mohave County Parks Administrator Kristin Zimmerman.
Firefighters are often seen as heroes by the public as they put their lives on the line for the community on any given day.
Friends of the Mohave County Library has received a donation of more than 1,000 books courtesy of Marine Corps League Detachment 887 and the man behind the collection, 30-year U.S. Marine Corps veteran Mongo Klabenas.
The Lee Williams Volunteers seemed a league above winless opponent Goldwater, coming away with a 55-29 win during the Vols’ annual Silent Night game on Thursday, Jan. 27.