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American reportedly leaving local airport

BULLHEAD CITY - American Airlines reportedly plans to end its daily passenger service to Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport in February. Mohave County Airport Authority President John Hastings announced the loss of service Thursday evening during a Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce mixer at the

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 06:11:00

Cost of death penalty case keeps climbing

KINGMAN - The cost of a Bullhead City murder suspect's death penalty case could exceed more than $1 million by the time it goes to trial. Justin James Rector, 29, is charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping, child abuse and abandonment of a dead body for the Sept. 2, 2014, death of 8-year-old Is

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 06:17:00

Elusive trout are worth the effort

BULLHEAD CITY - The elusive trout aren't all that elusive. But they do require a little effort to find in the Colorado River. Tina and Allen Jordan found plenty of rainbows, catching a bunch on meal worms. "These are some nice rainbows," noted Rusty Braun, proprietor of Riviera Marina in Bullhead Ci

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 06:01:00

Atkins announces candidacy for judge

Judge Tim Atkins announces his candidacy to run for the Justice of the Peace position in 2018. He said it's been a rewarding career and hopes to keep going a third term.JENNIFER DENEVAN/Laughlin Nevada Times LAUGHLIN - Justice of the Peace Tim Atkins recently announced his plans to run again for his

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 21:45:00

Assemblyman Jay Obernolte vists Needles

NEEDLES - District 33 Assemblyman Jay Obernolte visited the city of Needles on Nov. 9 at the recreation center located at 1705 J Street. Obernolte is the vice chair for the assembly budget committee and sits on the appropriations and joint legislative audit committees. "I've been in public service f

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 21:23:00

Bullhead man wanted for questioning in theft

Brereton E. Sherrill, of Bullhead City, is wanted for questioning in reference to a Nov. 9 burglary in Bullhead City in which thousands of dollars-worth of jewelry was stolen from a Kohl's department store. Bullhead City police officers have allegedly found a vehicle used in the burglary, which had


Man sought in Kohl's burglary

BULLHEAD CITY - Bullhead City police detectives are searching for 30-year-old Brereton Emerson Sherrill, who is wanted for questioning in a Nov. 9 Kohl's burglary. Police have said thousands of dollars worth of jewelry was stolen in the early morning break-in. Surveillance video shows a man smashing


BHCPD recognizes extraordinary and courageous efforts

BULLHEAD CITY - The Bullhead City Police Department on Wednesday recognized employees and volunteers for extraordinary and, sometimes, courageous efforts during the year ending this past September. Police Chief Brian Williamson explained that for the people involved with the department the mission

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-16 05:50:00

Barnegat Homeowners Invited to Share Security Video Footage With Police

A new voluntary program aimed at solving and preventing crime in Barnegat Township is already paying dividends. Late last month, the police department launched an initiative creating a geo-database to assist officers to see which homes in an area have home video security systems with external camera


Lacey wants busier business district, but will NJ say OK?

LACEY - It's a suburb much like many others: some big box stores along the highway, smaller businesses run out of houses, and decades-old strip malls dotting the commercial corridors. But Lacey Township officials are dreaming big, reimagining this suburban community of 28,000 as one of the future hu

ASBURY PARK PRESS - 2017-11-17 15:58:55

Lakewood Vaad Seeks AG Probe Of Threats Toward Jews: Report

LAKEWOOD, NJ - The Lakewood Vaad is asking the state attorney general's office to investigate comments on social media it says are urging violence against the Jewish community, according to a report. The Lakewood Scoop reported the Vaad, the rabbinical council that provides guidance to the ultra-Ort

PATCH - 2017-11-17 16:38:34

Pickup Truck Hits Toms River Home Avoiding Car: Police

TOMS RIVER, NJ - A Seaside Heights man's pickup truck overturned on Coolidge Avenue Thursday morning as he swerved to avoid another vehicle, Toms River police said Friday. Joseph Ferguson, 33, of Seaside Heights, was not injured in the accident, which happened about 9 a.m., said Ralph Stocco, spokes

PATCH - 2017-11-17 18:39:26

Rep. MacArthur's tax-bill forum just a 'scam'; First State spells relief for N.J. taxes | Feedback

U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur, R-3rd Dist., held a tax reform forum on Nov. 13 with U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Ivanka Trump, and Gov. Chris Christie doing introductions. While this was an "invitation-only" event apparently limited to local Republicans, I got in anyway and listened to the

NJ.COM - 2017-11-16 19:03:39

Artsy Attractions: find a class, exhibit or show

PAINT NIGHT: 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Nov. 18; hosted by the Absecon Education Foundation; for adults; materials included; Absecon Public Schools, 800 Ireland Ave., Absecon, $30. 609-641-5375, ext. 1017 or AbseconSchools.org. WATERCOLOR CLASS: 2 to 4:30 p.m. Nov. 20; taught by Stephanie Segal Miller; bring


Chris Christie would have made a better attorney general than Jeff Sessions | Mulshine

Gov. Chris Christie refrained from saying "I told you so" when he introduced Ivanka Trump at an appearance in Bayville earlier this week. But he had every right to, especially when it comes to the recent developments concerning his old rival Jeff Sessions. During the presidential campaign last year,

NJ.COM - 2017-11-16 11:42:27

Holidays Are for Helping: Gift of Warmth Project Underway at St. Francis Center

Photo by: Ryan Morrill The holidays are a great strain on thousands throughout Southern Ocean County - not just for the homeless and chronically poor, but also for working families who exceed the income threshold for assistance but barely manage to make ends meet month to month. These are neighbors,


Biz Buzz: Regional Alliance launches new jobs website

The Workforce Alliance of the North Bay (Alliance) has launched its regional brand and a new website to inform job seekers and businesses about how they can tap into workforce services and benefit from various workforce-related initiatives. The Alliance website, WorkforceAllianceNorthBay.org, is an

NAPA VALLEY REGISTER - 2017-11-17 00:30:00

Hall filled to honor vets

Carol Brown, president of the American Legion Auxiliary Sequoia Post 96, speaks during the Veterans Day ceremony at Veteran Memorial Hall in Fort Bragg. The event filled the hall with veterans, their loved ones, officers of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars, and guest speakers includi

FORT BRAGG ADVOCATE-NEWS - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

Man dies from fall off Noyo Bridge

A 42-year-old man died Tuesday, Nov. 14, after falling from Noyo Bridge. His identity had not been released as of press time. The Fort Bragg Police Department responded to a report that a man had jumped off the bridge at 12:25 p.m. Upon arrival, they located him on the southwest side of the bridge,

FORT BRAGG ADVOCATE-NEWS - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

CDBG funds could build local residential care facility for elderly

Parents and Friends, Inc. may soon be operating a residential care facility for the elderly at their property on Cypress Street thanks to Community Development Block Grant funding, if approved. The Fort Bragg City Council unanimously voted in favor of approving the CDBG application during their Mond

FORT BRAGG ADVOCATE-NEWS - 2017-11-16 08:00:00