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Dreams of Flight: Young Eagles rally gives children the opportunity to flex their wings

The Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 765 is hosting the Young Eagles rally Saturday where young people ages 8 to 18 have the chance to learn about aviation and fly in a plane for free.

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Kingman Unified School District negotiates Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claim

Kingman Unified School District school board approved at Tuesdays school board meeting for Superintendent Roger Jacks to go forth on negotiating an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claim with the school lawyers.

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WACOG offers free classes for seniors

As you live life, it teaches you lessons. The more you age the more you know but someone can never stop learning.

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KUSD Superintendent Roger Jacks announces his retirement after 10 years in position

A decade at KUSD

He is the face of Kingman Unified School District; and has been for 10 years. Throughout the years, he has worked toward improving education and establishing relationships. However in June 2019, he will no longer be KUSD Superintendent Roger Jacks.

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Janet Watson: breast cancer survivor, moral supporter

She felt a lump on her breast and knew it wasn’t normal. Her primary care doctor couldn’t find anything, so she decided to take a diagnostic mammogram to see if something was truly there.

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100 has never looked so good

She has lived for 36,526 days; 5,218 weeks; 1,200 months; 100 years. Kingmanite Helen Dorothy Cardeccia celebrated her 100th birthday among friends and family Thursday at the Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center. Not everyone gets to live to be 100 years old and Dorothy certainly didn’t think she’d reach her centennial.

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How is your school doing? School grades released

Students aren’t the only ones to receive grades. Schools get graded every year, and those report cards from Arizona’s State Board of Education for 2017-2018 are out.

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Friends of Valle Vista library hold book, bake sale Saturday

The Friends of Valle Vista Library is holding its Fall Book and Bake Sale from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday at 7264 Concho Drive.

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WCMS received water damage, classes resume Monday

Hurricane Rosa brought damage to different areas around town, including some of the schools.

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Gov. Doug Ducey wants to “secure Arizona’s future”

“In Arizona, under Obamacare, we’ve gone from 24 providers in our state to just one provider in 14 out of our 15 counties. And it’s really that lack of competition that’s causing these price increases in terms of deductions and premiums.”

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