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Eat your water Kingman and stay cool
Of course, we want to beat the heat, but we also need to keep ourselves well hydrated. And for those of us who don’t have the luxury of being able to take a refreshing dip in the pool or sit around and eat copious amounts of ice cream, we need to come up with other ways to keep our cool.
Henderson man who parked armored vehicle near Hoover Dam indicted
Matthew PhillipWright, 30, was indicted Thursday by a Mohave County grand jury in Kingman, Arizona, on charges of terrorism, aggravated assault, unlawful flight and weapons offenses.
Golden Valley resident desires companion
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Kingman cleanup set for Saturday
“The idea behind it is it’s going to make the neighborhoods look a lot cleaner,” said Todd Davison, ERACE coordinator, earlier in June. “By bringing things to us, it’s going to make sure it ends up at the landfill and not in their community or in the desert area they use around their community.”
Lonesome Dick brings rockabilly stylings to Metcalfe Park
The concert is free, so bring along your lawn chairs and blankets, coolers and picnic baskets.
Naming rights ceremony set for Saturday
Anderson Ford marketing manager Scott Taylor and customer relations manager Kristen Hirsch address a Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce mixer in the Bullhead City showroom Thursday evening. Anderson Auto Group recently purchased the naming rights to the fieldhouse being built for the Colorado River U
A night of ‘seeing people’ and ‘people attacking’ leads a Golden Valley man to jail
GOLDEN VALLEY – A night of “seeing people” and breaking into a residence led to the arrest of John Joseph Hughes, 52, of Golden Valley, according to Mohave County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Anita Mortensen
Airport efforts are taking off
At Tuesday’s meeting, Gary Kellogg, economic development director, provided Council with an update on his department’s efforts at the airport. Reporting to Kellogg are Joe Husband, interim airport general manager, and Bill DeJulio, interim manager at the industrial park.
Little League: Kingman South 9-11 All Stars avoid elimination with win over Blythe
Blythe scared Kingman in the second inning with a comeback attempt putting the Californians up, 9-7. Kingman countered a bit in the bottom half scoring a run to narrow the deficit, 9-8.
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Lab testing is more than a machine spitting out answers
KINGMAN – A lot of doctor appointments include the need to conduct further examinations to determine your condition. The doctor may ask for a blood, urine or stool sample and send it off to the lab for testing. Another scenario may be when you have an organ removed, or just a piece of it, so medical
Kingman Crossing headlines chamber dinner
KINGMAN – Brian Turney, Kingman Regional Medical Center CEO, and Kingman City Manager Ron Foggin will speak about the Kingman Crossing traffic interchange at the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the KRMC Hualapai Campus, 3801 Santa Rosa Drive.
State won't seek death penalty in jailhouse slaying
KINGMAN —The state prosecutor said Monday his office will not seek the death penalty against a Needles man charged with the murder of his cellmate at the Mohave County Jail in Kingman.Gaven Timothy Robel, 26, is charged with first-degree murder for last November’s death of Rayan Wayne Couch in the c
Once bitten, twice charged
KINGMAN – Tallis Rae Eaton-Shaw, a 26-year-old Kingman resident, was arrested Monday after resisting arrest and biting a deputy, according to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.
MCSO deputies make drug arrests after responding to unrelated call
KINGMAN – Authorities say Lisa Marie McKeever, 35, of Golden Valley, and Robert Wayne Romero, 40, of Kingman were arrested Friday after Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies found them in possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia, a scale and a handgun.
Little League: Kingman South 9-11 All Stars can’t find rhythm, fall to Blythe
“We were up and we were feeling it,” Thomason said. “We had the momentum at the top, but then our ace just could not get strikeouts.”
Golden Valley first-degree murderer has appeal denied
Martin was originally tried for first-degree murder in 2012. However, the jury could not agree on the charge and Martin was convicted of second-degree murder. He appealed then, and the Arizona Supreme Court reversed the conviction because jurors were not informed of the crime prevention component of
Financial argument leads to felony arrest
KINGMAN – Mark Allan Kaiser, 63, of Kingman, was arrested Friday after Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrived at a residence and reportedly found Kaiser with blood on his hands, and a female with blood on her head.
Rowden family hits a bullseye with Inside Out Archery
Gavin Hopper woke up one Christmas morning and found just what he was looking for under the tree – a camouflage compound bow. At 10 years old, Gavin has already been shooting for two years, and the hobby runs in the family.
Kingman Photo | Detention Office Graduates
Mohave County Chief Deputy Dean McKie congratulated and welcomed a class of four (one not present) Detention Officer Graduates on June 8 in Kingman. The graduating class included Anthony Pena, Timmothy Gunnoe, Kelly Bracha, and Ashley Cordner (not shown). The graduates successfully completed four we