Growing up can be tough, especially if some of those tough situations include being bullied at school for following a certain religion, the way you sound, dress and anything else people can find to pick at.
Beale Street Theater is holding auditions under the sea for its next upcoming play Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.”
Four Kingman Middle School band students will be in Phoenix Saturday for the Arizona Music Educators Association’s All-State Honor Band Festival.
Jonathan Conant, an attorney with offices in Kingman and Prescott, recently was awarded the Sue Gilbertson Leadership Award for his dedication and assistance to the children of Arizona who are involved in dependency matters.
Kingman Unified School District School Board heard from Michael LaValle of Stifel, an investment banking company, and Paul Ulan of Primary Consultants, a political consulting company during its Tuesday meeting.
The people of Kingman heard from Mary McCord Robinson and J’aime Morgaine during the 2018 midterm election, but the community hasn’t stopped hearing from them just yet.
Cursive isn’t just a style of writing but a language that connects the past to the present and future.
Hundreds of golf balls were dropped from a crane at 60 feet with one goal in mind: to get close to the target.
Kingman Regional Medical Center is making advancements to providing the community new options for cancer patients.
A firefighter, a rescuer that puts out harmful fires that can hurt people and the environment, and rescues people and animals. At the end of the day all firefighters are the same, regardless of who is wearing the uniform.
The Kingman Center for the Arts is hosting “the coolest musician around,” Grisha Krivchenia, a classical pianist who will be performing from 7-9 p.m. Saturday at Kingman Center for the Arts, 208 E. Beale St.
The Kingman Middle School Bobcats went to Prescott to perform in front of judges and came back home with winning titles.
As the doors open to the Kingman High School auditorium, community members will be transported to the land of Camelot. In Camelot, the audience will get to meet a handful of characters who will make you laugh, feel betrayed and fall in love.
For Fat Tuesday, Bashas’ is taking 10 percent from its sales of Paczki to go toward St. Vincent de Paul to support Arizona residents and families. Funds will help families throughout the state who are served by the nonprofit organization.
Smith’s Food & Drug Stores is no longer accepting Visa credit cards starting April 3
Applications must be sent to Mohave Electric, C/O Steve Bouman, PO Box 22530, Bullhead City, AZ 86439. Applications are due at 5 p.m. July 19.
It’s never too late to further your education, especially when it comes to reading, writing or math. Amanda Fallis, has been taking the opportunity to learn how to write, read and expand on her math skills.
Over 50 community members came to see the new fitness facility, 3915 Stockton Hill Rd., and see what they have to offer.
The 5th annual Mangy Mutt race is Saturday, March 2.
Students in the Cambridge program at White Cliffs Middle School took their peers and guests around the world learning about different countries.
The Kingman Concert Band has been preparing some Irish themed music for the community. The band is having its “The Luck of the Irish” concert that will feature music from the movie “Titanic” and Disney Pixar’s “Brave.”
Kingman Unified School District held a town hall Tuesday at Hualapai Elementary to let the public know about the decision the board made regarding its enrollment rezoning.
Special Education gives students the opportunity to learn based on their individual differences and needs. Schools in Kingman provide students with opportunities, just likes their peers, to learn and grow.
Planet Fitness is hosting a grand opening celebration for its new Kingman location.
Kingman Mohave Lions Club is having its annual 50/50 Golf Ball drop fundraiser at 10 a.m. Saturday March 9, at Centennial Park, 3333 Harrison St.
White Cliffs Senior Living is under a new management company. Watermark Retirement Communities is based out of Tucson and manages over 50 communities coast to coast, including one in Bullhead City.
Education in Arizona has been a hot topic since last year and continues to be at the forefront.
Hualapai Hills Home Schoolers and children from another local church made over 300 Valentine’s Day cards and delivered them to various nursing homes around Kingman.
A professor from Northern Arizona University, Bjorn Krondorfer, is giving a presentation on the cultural, psychological and personal look at the Holocaust and war memories in Germany after 1945.
DeVries said the department received 42,301 calls for service in 2018. He noted that figure is a 5.6 percent reduction from the previous year.
The shelter closed Friday morning due to no one spending the night, but one person came in the morning for snacks.
David Rice, a volunteer at the mission, said he didn’t have an exact number of people who came through the mission, but they received a lot of people Wednesday night and Thursday.
The snow was frightful and not so delightful Thursday as approximately 15 ½ inches of snow accumulated on the ground. Many businesses, City and County offices, and schools had to close their doors to make sure people stayed home and away from the roads.
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.
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.
Mohave Community College Small Business Development Center is hosting a workshop to target how to market toward the government.
Fingers will fly over the ivories at Kingman Center for the Arts Friday.
Mohave County’s Television Improvement District is almost done with its over-the-air TV channel changes.
The plane was back en route to Las Vegas with a delay of two hours and 40 minutes.
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.
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.
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.
Jen Shumway disapproved moving forward with Palo Christi because of the restrictions it has being a historic building and took into consideration the concerns the two teachers expressed to the board.