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Vanessa Espinoza

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Snow sits atop Kingman, likely breaks 1932 record of 14 inches

According to the National Weather Service, Kingman may have received more snow than expected, at least a foot, because one of the storm’s snow bands lingered over the City for quite some time.

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Power outages across Kingman, Peach Springs

Fifty customers are out of power in the Butler area and over 1,000 customers in Golden Valley are experiencing outages.

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Del E. Webb Wellness Center celebrates 20th anniversary with open house

Celebrating two decades of wellness

Having a healthy community means providing resources for members to live a long and fit lifestyle. Kingman Regional Medical Center’s Del E. Webb Wellness Center has been doing so for 20 years.

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SBDC hosts marketing workshop for business bidding to government agencies

Mohave Community College Small Business Development Center is hosting a workshop to target how to market toward the government.

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Canyon Community Church, KCA hosts John Nilsen for piano concert

Fingers will fly over the ivories at Kingman Center for the Arts Friday.

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Missing over-the-air channels? County suggests rescanning TV

Mohave County’s Television Improvement District is almost done with its over-the-air TV channel changes.

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Southwest flight makes quick stop in Kingman before heading to Las Vegas

The plane was back en route to Las Vegas with a delay of two hours and 40 minutes.

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Kingman graced with snow: community takes advantage of winter weather

Kingman’s early birds woke up to a blanket of snow Monday morning, but started playing in the snow Sunday night as it started to fall.

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From Manzanita to Lee Williams: Scott Taylor chosen to be new principal at LWHS

Scott Taylor started his educational journey as a student at Manzanita Elementary School. The next step in his career is becoming principal of Lee Williams High School.

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Utah Shakespeare Festival brings the classic tragedy Macbeth to LWHS

Double, double toil and trouble

Utah Shakespeare Festival is bringing them all to Kingman to perform the William Shakespeare classic “Macbeth” to the students of LWHS, the Positive Alternative Campus and the community.

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