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Mohave County forms public lands commission to focus on off-road trails
Mohave County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Monday to set up the Mohave County Public Lands and Recreation Commission.It will consist of two members from each supervisor’s district, along with one Mohave County supervisor and someone from Public Works.Supervisor Hildy Angius initiated discu
Kingman Photo | Bump, Set, Spike
Starla Hopper bumps the volleyball Tuesday at Kingman Middle School. Hopper and Earthworks Excavating swept You’re Served, 3-0 (25-5, 25-8, 25-18)
MSCO: Woman attempts to hide drugs, then arrested
KINGMAN – McKenzie Nicole Gabbard, 19, and Crystal Lee Eaton, 29, both of Kingman, were arrested Saturday for dangerous drug possession following a traffic stop on Packard Avenue.
First AFM case found in Clark County
KINGMAN - The Southern Nevada Health District received notification from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirming the first case of Acute Flaccid Myelitis, with polio-like symptoms, in a child in Clark County.
Possible Nye connection to remains found in Arizona desert
David Rathbun, of Las Vegas, was reported missing just before 5:45 a.m. on Oct. 16, 2017. His family told police they had not heard from him for a month. Metropolitan Police Department detectives determined that several ATM withdrawals were made from Rathbun’s bank accounts after his disappearance.
Woman given probation for shooting at BHC police officers
KINGMAN — A Bullhead City woman was sentenced Monday to more than two years of probation for firing a shotgun in the direction of two Bullhead City police officers.April Dezerienne Silvis, 49, pleaded guilty in September to two counts of aggravated assault. She had been charged with two counts of at
Candidates David Garcia, David Brill in Kingman Friday morning
Starting Thursday, the two candidates will travel to 11 towns in the 4th Congressional District. They will start in Florence Thursday morning, and wrap up in Yuma Friday evening.
Planning and Zoning looks to prevent ‘cookie-cutter’ subdivisions in Kingman
Rich Ruggles, planning services manager, explained there is exterior appearance criteria for single family dwellings and accessory structures, but that criteria does not address requirements for variations in floor plans, building elevations, material choices or color schemes.
Driver Cited As “Stupid Motorist” In Mohave County
On the afternoon of October 13,the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue swift water team was activated to respond to a 61-year-old male motorist who had failed to obey traffic control devices and intentionally went around a barricaded road that had been closed off due to unsafe road cond
Bullhead City man sentenced in home invasion
KINGMAN — A Bullhead City man involved in a 2017 home invasion was sentenced to prison last week.Cody Moore, 40, pleaded guilty on Oct. 4 to vehicle theft and criminal damage. He had been charged with armed robbery, first-degree burglary, aggravated robbery, second-degree burglary and misconduct inv
Search and rescue called on three incidents in three days
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue units were busy over the weekend, including Saturday when the swift-water team was called to rescue a 61-year-old man who had intentionally driven around barricades and became stuck in a flooded section of County Route 1 (Topock Highway). The road
Topock motorist rescued from waste deep waters
TOPOCK – Authorities say a 61-year-old male motorist intentionally went around barricades to travel on a closed road due to unsafe conditions Saturday.Authorities said the motorist intentionally drove around barricades and tried to pass through on Route 1 near Topock. (MCSO photo)Mohave County Sheri
County forms public lands commission to focus on off-road trails
Supervisor Hildy Angius initiated discussion on the commission’s bylaws, asking about a section that says the commission will only make recommendations to the board on the BLM’s travel management plan, which was the force behind forming the commission.
Kingman Photo | Bring on the Pink Hair
Sandy Averett (front, center) is doing her part to raise funds and awareness for cancer at her salon, Sandy’s Place, at White Cliffs Senior Living. To make an appointment to have your hair dyed pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, call Sandy at 928-530-3600. (Photo by Travis Rains/Daily Miner)
High winds result in scattered power outages
BULLHEAD CITY – Wind gusts exceeding 60 mph in northwest Arizona resulted in scattered outages throughout the Mohave Electric Cooperative service area.MEC crews battled the winds to restore power to affected areas, according to utility officials.“With winds this strong, outages can occur,” said Rick
Change of plea set for alleged Las Vegas carjacker
KINGMAN – Raitasha Antoinette Williams-Gardner and Aveyon Lashawn Nevitt, the two suspects arrested in connection with the carjacking of a Las Vegas Uber driver, both appeared in Judge Billy Sipe’s courtroom Monday morning.
Rattler mountain bike race rescheduled following washout of trails
The race, presented by the Colorado River Area Trail Alliance, starts at the Welcome Arch on Beale Street and winds through Fort Beale Street and Monolith Gardens, finishing at the arch.
Guest Column | Vote ‘No’ on Prop 413, protect Kingman’s future
Doug Angle and Kingman Residents for Responsible Taxation (aka, RAID 2.0) are spreading toxic misinformation and telling people to vote against Home Rule Option and the City’s 1 percent dedicated funding. In response to their reckless misinformation, the City produced official educational brochures
Sears Hometown store not part of Sears Holding bankruptcy filing
“It shouldn’t affect us at all,” said Mandy Suprian, sales associate at Sears Hometown Store. “We’re technically a separate corporation, so we’re not going anywhere.”
Father, son plead guilty in $27M health care fraud that included Arizona
HARTFORD, Conn. – A father and son from California have pleaded guilty for their roles in a scheme that defrauded Affordable Care Act programs in at least 12 states, including Arizona, of more than $27 million.Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say 60-year-old Jeffrey White and 33-year-old Nicholas