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Suspects in Kingman armed robberies indicted
KINGMAN — Two Kingman men accused of several armed robberies in the Kingman area were indicted on Thursday.A Mohave County grand jury indicted Francis William Allison, 58, on two counts of attempted first-degree murder, three counts of aggravated assault, two counts of kidnapping, armed robbery, agg
Police return to search Snavely residence in connection with missing $170,000
A Valle Vista woman reported leaving the cash-filled suitcase, which she said contained about $170,000, at Walmart June 5. She took the suitcase into the store with her and left it on the bottom of a shopping cart, not realizing that she’d forgotten it until she returned home, according to police re
Kingman 15-16s fall short in Arizona State Championship
“The kids battled hard, they stepped up, but it was just one of those games,” said Kingman manager Shane Peterson. “They jumped on a few pitches and we didn’t. We were coming off a doubleheader and they were coming in fresh. We chipped away, but it wasn’t enough.”
Woman crashes truck through block wall into house, parked vehicles
KINGMAN – A truck crashed into a house and two parked vehicles at about 4:55 a.m. Saturday in the 3700 block of Irving Street, and though damage was extensive, nobody was hurt except the driver, police reported Tuesday.
Golden Valley man arrested for disorderly conduct with a weapon
A victim and witnesses reported to MCSO that Marlon Ferrer-Collado, 42, of Golden Valley, was looking into the back of the victim’s truck. When the victim confronted him, Ferrer-Collado pulled out a knife and threatened to stab the victim.
Vols teach football fundamentals to area middle schoolers
“We have the potential in this town to be really good, but it starts at this level,” he said. “It starts with breaking down the fundamentals and putting them through this at this age. That obviously continues into middle school and into high school. Everyone is going to benefit from it.”
Bail raised to $1M for Hoover Dam bridge barricade suspect
The ruling by Judge Billy Sipe came in response to a defense motion asking him to lower the $25,000 bond for Matthew Wright, 30, in connection with theJune 15incident. Wright’s public defenders noted that Wright had no known previous criminal history and could reside with an aunt and uncle in Phoeni
Embattled kennel owner calls out county supervisor on his ‘facts’
Johnson wrote a letter in response to a Daily Miner story in which he was criticized by Chevalier for “dishonestly” accusing her of causing injuries to her AKC-registered German shepherd, Blueberry, when she alleges those injuries occurred under the care of animal control.
Mohave County burdened by unpaid public records requests
“We’ve heard people claim we’re not quick enough on getting FOIA back,” said Supervisor Buster Johnson, who placed the item on the regular agenda.
Carolyn Long: Stop the circus
Editor:Once again, Jordan World Shrine Circus is coming to Lake Havasu City. After two years of protests, it’s time for LHC to follow Kingman’s example to forego the Shrine Circus this year. Last October, Kingman signed a resolution “Condemning the Use of Wild and Exotic Animals in Traveling Shows a
Humuh Meditation and Dharma Center helps you achieve a peaceful mind
KINGMAN – There are many businesses and restaurants in downtown Kingman for people to enjoy, but there is a lesser-known establishment peeking through the bushes on Beale Street. The Humuh Meditation and Dharma Center is not just for Buddhists, but welcomes anyone who wishes to find a quiet, peacefu
Substance abuse among top three health challenges
However, Mohave County does rank better than other counties in the percentage of teens who smoke marijuana. Of the population, only 12.7 percent of teenagers reported using marijuana in the last 30 days. The state rate is 13.6 percent. Here in Mohave County, there is also slightly less adult binge d
Diet Center’s Exercise Tip of the Week: Preventing lean muscle loss
True of false; as a person gets older, do they become weaker, does their metabolism slow down, and is their body composition naturally higher in fat?
MCSO search and rescue saves stranded citizens
KINGMAN – Monsoon season has brought upon us rain, humidity and the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue clientele to save from the flooded areas around the county.Thursday afternoon, MCSO Search and Rescue responded to two separate occasions; one near Willow Ranch and the other at Sacra
Under the influence: How much is too much when it comes to driving under the influence?
In its most basic form, a DUI is driving under the influence of anything. Whether it is alcohol from a party or sleeping medication that hasn’t quite worn off yet, impaired driving can be lethal.
Transit Advisory Commission to discuss bylaw amendments
KINGMAN – The Transit Advisory Commission will hear a quarterly report from the Kingman Area Regional Transit superintendent, and the commission will continue discussing its bylaws at its meeting at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Council chambers, 310 N. Fourth St.
United Blood drive in Kingman, Laughlin
The United Blood Services is hosting two blood drives in the Mohave County area. In Kingman from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday at the Elks Lodge 468, 900 Gates Ave. in the dining room area will be one of the blood drives.
Grand Canyon Resort Corporation hires new CEO
“Colin stands out as a leader who brings to Grand Canyon West all the relevant experience we could ask for,” said Elisa Bradley, chairwoman of the GCRC Board of Directors.
City streamlines process for downtown business development
They do silk screen printing for their own clothing brand, as well as custom orders for direct-to-garment printing, banners, business cards and flyers.
Grant submittals, opioid litigation on the agenda
KINGMAN – After canceling the July 3 regularly scheduled Council meeting due to it landing on the eve of the Fourth of July, the City’s elected officials have a full plate for Tuesday’s meeting at 5:30 p.m. at the Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St., that includes consideration o