Law enforcement officials give out a few pointers to help prevent becoming a victim
Residents are waking up to find their car windows shattered
Tim Mahan, the manager for the AZDOT Kingman facility, and his crew have spent their time trying to reduce wait times and make the experience at the MVD a painless experience.
Kingman Center for the Arts has received the opportunity from The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas to participate in the program Disney Musicals in Schools where two Kingman elementary schools will learn what it takes to put on a performance and maintain a sustainable theater program.
“Fixing our education problem in Arizona is our number one priority,” Robinson said.
Arianna Heinze, a 5-year-old natural beauty, just came back from Las Vegas after competing for nationals in the All-American Girl pageant and was crowned National Tiny Miss Princess.
Imagine being a 6-year-old boy wishing he could just stand from his wheelchair or jump in a bounce house with all the other children at the birthday party
Beale Street between Fifth and Third streets was filled with families for First Friday festivities embracing historic downtown and the 1950s theme.
“You want to keep watching,” Hayes said. “The last thing you want to do is take your eye off of it.”
The month of August is upon us and that means today is First Friday in downtown Kingman. This month’s First Friday is taking the people back to the 1950s and dressing up in the retro style from back in the day is encouraged.
Tandy Janson, Kingman Unified School District transportation supervisor, said that over the weekend the older buses received some work done to get the AC back up and running. During the first two weeks, bus drivers are still trying to nail down their routes.