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Vanessa Espinoza

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Adrenaline starts consuming your body from your head to your toes as your foot starts to press against the gas, ready to floor it at the sound of “Go!” Sitting behind the wheel, racing to the finish line is the goal, and trying to beat out the other racer who is right behind your tail wanting to pass you and win.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 16, 2019
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The court found Preston Earl Milks was the one less involved in the string of burglaries and robberies throughout the Kingman area that targeted homes, gas stations, and some Dollar General stores.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 14, 2019
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Art comes in many forms such as music, literature, dance, and painting. Arizona Commission on the Arts awarded two grants to local nonprofits.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 13, 2019
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After high school graduation, many students decide to keep pursuing their educations. Now that it comes at a price, it can prove hard to pay for tuition, books, and other necessities.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 11, 2019
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Rain, thunderstorm possible on Saturday
Know how to stay safe during monsoon season

Monsoon season has been upon us for at least a month now and there hasn’t been much rainfall, but it’s never too early to refresh the minds of Arizonans on how to stay safe when it starts to rain cats and dogs.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 11, 2019
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Arizona Claus Cause is having another event to raise funds to bring underprivileged children Christmas gifts or to help one specific child who is in need. v

By Vanessa Espinoza July 10, 2019
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The ArtHub will be no more as the program is being “phased out” in the community.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 9, 2019
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From First Responder’s luncheons to providing moving services for Kaylee Sass and her family to cross the country, Mike Simmons of Graves U-Haul has been an important person behind these initiatives.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 9, 2019
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One way to spend retirement: Couple spends time advocating for foster children
Ron and Karin Stephan have been CASA volunteers for 18 years trying to give what children deserve – an opportunity in life

They worked with children before their retirement.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 8, 2019
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Committee not in support of KUSD’s $35 million bond
Committee would support an $18 million bond

Since the committee stated their concerns during call to the public, the board could not respond. Charles Lucero, board president, suggested setting up a meeting with the Palo Christi committee to answer any questions it may have.

By Vanessa Espinoza July 7, 2019

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