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Top 20 safest cities in Arizona, San Luis makes the list
The report analyzed the number of reported violent crimes. This includes murder, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault.
Menu of the Needles Regional Senior Center
Meals served to those 60 and up from 11:30 a.m. to noon at the Needles Senior Center, 1699 Bailey Ave. Reservations are required, call 760-326-2898 at any time before 8:30 a.m. Pacific. Suggested donation is $3. There is no residency requirement.Sept. 19 - BBQ chicken, scalloped potatoes, peas and c
Search for missing boater continues but scaled back
LAKE HAVASU CITY — The search for a woman missing from a Sept. 1 boat crash near Topock Marsh enters its third week with efforts scaled back but continuing.“The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and assisting agencies have covered approximately 18 miles of the Colorado River and have moved the search e
Pair injured in Cessna crash identified
BULLHEAD CITY — The Bullhead City Police Department has identified the two victims of Saturday afternoon’s crash of a Cessna as William and Vicki Zurcher, a married couple from Washington.The Zurchers were in stable condition at Sunrise Hospital on Sunday, police said.William Zurcher, 78, the pilot,
Arizona Border Strike Force Seizes 225 Pounds of Illegal Drugs
According to Ducey, a DPS Border Strike Force trooper arrested Roberto Cervantes. The trooper sequestered 52 pounds on methamphetamine from him on September 8. Cervantes is a resident of Rio Rico, Arizona.
McKee brings love of English, reading to teaching career
NEEDLES — Kelly McKee is the new teacher for ninth grade English language arts (ELA), freshman studies, and one seventh-grade ELA class.“Ever since I was little I always loved English and reading,” said McKee. “So now being an English teacher I want to pass that on to the students.”McKee grew up in
Topgolf opens 3rd Arizona location in Glendale | AZ Big Media
Global sports entertainment leaderTopgolfopens the doors to its thirdGreater Phoenixlocation at9 a.m. FridayinGlendale. The new three-level, 61,000-square-foot venue is the company’s 47thlocation worldwide.
CRUHSD board to discuss fieldhouse GM contract at special meeting
BULLHEAD CITY — A contract for the district’s new fieldhouse general manager is on the agenda for tonight’s special meeting of the Colorado River Union High School District Governing Board.Gary Boren, who formerly oversaw operations at Texas Tech University’s Jones-AT&T Stadium and United Supermarke
Baby boomers retire here for the hiking, yet Arizona starves its parks. How smart is that?
Opinion: Arizona's environment is an asset. Yet we are starving the state parks that provide exactly what baby boomers say they want from us.(Photo: Arizona State Parks and Trails)Arizona’s has a fast horse in the race to attract Baby Boomer retirees. But our state is starving the poor beast.Recent
Gallery owner's interest in art dates to early childhood in Philppines
LAUGHLIN — There is something about art galleries that attract and feed the senses, touch the heart and the soul.A painting, for example, tells a story through color and light, through every individual brush stroke and dab of paint.Seeing the work of impressionists like Vincent Van Gogh, on pieces l
Dunkin' Donuts now open: Kingman runs on Dunkin'
KINGMAN ¬– The last week alone has been full of growth of the City of Kingman. Jersey Mike’s opened its doors and now Dunkin’ Donuts has now opened theirs at 3535 Stockton Hill Rd. Dunkin’ Donuts had its soft opening Friday and Saturday was the grand opening.
Two hurt in crash of small plane
A Cessna aircraft lies on the ground after it crashed Saturday afternoon in rough desert terrain about three-quarters of a mile east of Bullhead Parkway between Silver Creek Road and Laughlin Ranch Boulevard. The pilot and passenger were injured. A man was taken to Western Arizona Regional Medical C
Bald eagle saved by Arizona couple recovers from poisoning
(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)WILLIAMS, Ariz. — An Arizona couple got to watch as a young bald eagle they helped save was finally able to take to the skies where it belongs.The bird was released last week in northern Arizona after being nursed back to health following an episode of weakness and errat
Watch: Arizona's top 5 plays vs Southern Utah
Published Sep 16, 2018 6:09pmByAlec WhiteRELATED STORIESFootball Notebook: On return of the Friekh, Tate's potent passing and 'Scoop n' Score'ByRob Kleifield9 hours agoAnalysis: Arizona football's win over Southern Utah not so smoothByDavid Skinner17 hours ago'Cats get first win of the season, defea
MCC president announces retirement plans
BULLHEAD CITY — Mohave Community College President Michael Kearns has announced that he plans to retire in 2019, after eight years leading the college.He made the announcement at Friday’s Board of Governors meeting.“We commend him for his excellent service leading the college over the past eight yea
Music a passion for former 3M salesman
BULLHEAD CITY — Local musician Ken Cooper is jazzing up for a big album release party at one of his regular venues, Lisa’s Bistro & Bar.Cooper will perform his second album, “Life Is…,” and share the lyrical inspiration during a dinner party at 5:30 p.m. Monday to celebrate the album’s pending relea
River cleanup focuses on the little things
Members of the Mohave Accelerated Learning Center’s Key Club gather trash along the riverbanks during Friday’s Colorado River cleanup. The club was one of five youth organizations participating in the latest cleanup effort sponsored by Marnell Gaming, the Edgewater and the Colorado Belle.MARNELL GAM
Event Calendar | Sept. 16 - 22
TODAYMohave County Fair 201810 a.m. - 6 p.m. at the Mohave County Fairgrounds 2600 Fairgrounds Blvd. 928-753-2636.Healing Retreat9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Pine Lake Fire Dept. /Community Center 4564 Hualapai Mountain Rd. in the Hualapai Mountains next to the Hualapai Mountain Resort. 928-529-2789.WEDNE
Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals ready to take on Rams, players that need to step up, Gurley vs Johnson and more
After Rough Start, David Johnson Healthy And Ready For RamsNotes: Wetzel to start at right tackle; O-line preps for Donald,Suh
Golden Valley mobile home catches fire
GOLDEN VALLEY – The Golden Valley Fire District was called to a fire at 6:42 a.m. Friday and found a single-wide mobile home fully engulfed in flames when they arrived on the scene in the 600 block of south Tonto Road.Fire Chief Dave Martin said three fire engines were dispatched to the fire, along