A day in the park can be a peaceful, fun, relaxing and great way to stay fit. Parks offer many opportunities for families to get together and for a walk around the park, and children can run around and play on the playground equipment. Families can enjoy a game of basketball, soccer or softball. The opportunities are endless.
Manzanita Elementary School is teeing up to bring new technology and playground equipment for its students.
The cheesewagon, or school bus as most people would call it, pick up students every morning to take them to school, and every afternoon buses can be seen taking the children home.
The dress, corsage, shoes and hair have her looking her best. The suit, dress shoes and boutonniere have him looking all suave for his date.
Pioneer Title Agency has donated $43,000 and hours of service to schools across Arizona through their “Old School” philanthropic initiative.
To vaccinate my child, or to not vaccinate my child? That’s the question most parents have to answer. Vaccines provide immunity against one or several diseases.
Beale Street Theater is bringing a musical production of “Bye Bye Birdie” by Michael Stewart to Kingman.
It’s Monday and the first class of the day is English.
Health care has been an ongoing issue in the country. U.S. Senator Martha McSally, R-Arizona, has been planning initiatives for people with pre-existing conditions to have access to affordable health care.
AzMERIT testing for students in grades 3-8 has arrived.
On March 6 during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing U.S. Senator Martha McSally, R-Arizona, said that she was sexually assaulted when she served in the military.
Mohave County was the last stop for U.S. Senator Martha McSally during her 15-county tour that she decided to complete after being appointed to the Senate.
Steps are being taken to bring Beale Street Theater to life again. The theater received a $100,000 matching grant from Angle Homes to go toward the renovation.
The girls wear beautiful long gowns, hair and makeup done to look their absolute best. Boys are in suits, ties, dress shoes and hair combed to perfection. It’s the night they will remember for the rest of their lives.
Getting the wheels dirty and riding along the rigid trails of the Hualapai Mountains are fun enough, but add in it all benefits Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council makes it rewarding as well.
According to the Center for Disease Control, an increasingly popular e-cigarette among students is called JUUL, which is shaped like a USB stick.
Kingman High School has received a home run of a donation from the Kingman Powerhouse Kiwanis.
The crew at Jersey Mike’s got to experience the rush of customers like the day when they held its grand opening, and this time the women from the Kingman Cancer Care Unit got to experience it with them.
Mohave County Department of Public Health and Kingman Regional Medical Center are teaming up to conduct a health assessment to see some of the health issues that are concerning the citizens of Mohave County.
As people grow older, arthritis can be a problem to some, but a way to help alleviate the issue is Tai Chi.
Kingmanites, grab those capes and crime-fighting suits to get ready to dash to the finish line during the 4th annual Superhero 5k run/walk & Kids Dash is coming up on April 6.
Is your electric bill shockingly high?
March is the month of giving for Jersey Mike’s.
According to Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, in Arizona about 26,500 high school students smoke and about 839,700 Arizonan adults smoke.
Humbling is the word Justin Garrison used to describe how it felt receiving the Physician/Physician Assistant Partnership of the Year award from the Arizona State Association of Physician Assistants during the ASAPA Spring Conference on March 8 in Prescott.
After a week of working, the day to rest has finally come. It’s your day off.
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