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Rodeo community raises funds for local toddler

Raising a child is difficult. But it can be strenuous when parents find out their child is diagnosed with a tumor.

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Fast Food Alley: Over half of restaurants in Kingman are fast food, do we need more?

Going out to eat is always fun. It’s a moment when you don’t have to worry about cooking or cleaning up after dinner. You can get together and hang out with friends or family, and still have that genuine “family meal.” But sometimes we get carried away and may eat out during the week for lunch one day, the next dinner, and maybe grab a quick breakfast on the way to work.

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Manzanita Elementary received bomb threat, district handles situation

Students, staff and parents were in a tough situation Thursday when Manzanita Elementary School, 2601 Detroit Ave., received a bomb threat.

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Manzanita Elementary school on lock down due to bomb threat

Manzanita Elementary School is on lock down due to a bomb threat. Superintendent Roger Jacks said the situation is under control and Kingman Police Department is clearing out the situation.

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Santa visits Pinion Pine Fire Department, PetSmart and Mohave County Library

Santa is a busy man and he is making multiple stops throughout Kingman.

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MCC students receive award just in time for the holidays

Mohave Community College created a new award to help students pay for college. The new Retention and Completion Initiative Award was recently awarded to 513 MCC students, and 154 of those were students from Kingman.

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A Harmonious Year: After winning sixth place at the state marching band contest, the Kingman High School musicians are focusing on concert season

Marching season is over, but that doesn’t mean band students are putting away their instruments just yet. Now comes concert season and they have to prepare for those competitions as well.

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KUSD schools put on carnival and craft fair Saturday, proceeds go toward angel tree

Lee Williams High and White Cliff Middle schools are hosting a carnival and craft fair from 2-5 p.m. Saturday at LWHS cafeteria, 400 Grandview Ave.

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New bakery: Cookies, pies, and more coming to downtown

There will soon be the smell of freshly baked bread, cookies, and other baked goods wafting out from downtown.

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Public Safety fee added to vehicle registration renewal

As Arizonans go to renew their vehicle registration they may notice an extra fee.

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