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Donating a Thanksgiving: It's the season for giving and local charities need help to help others

KINGMAN - It's the season of the year for giving, and you don't have to look far to find a charity that needs help to help those who are less fortunate. Catherine Walker, executive director of Kingman Area Food Bank, is constantly clamoring for donations to feed needy families, not only for Thanksgi

KDMINER.COM - 2017-11-19 14:00:00

Weather alert: Pacific Northwest Storm incoming

KINGMAN - A storm coming in from the Pacific Northwest will have a minor impact on northwest Arizona, bringing wind gusts of 40 mph to 50 mph and lowering temperatures for the weekend, the National Weather Service reported Thursday. As the cold front passes Friday and Saturday, winds will become bre


Column | BOS should turn off the GVID spicket and let it run itself

Recently Kathy Mishler wrote about huge proposed rate increases in Golden Valley Improvement District, questioning the county's rationale. She provided good reasons why there should be no increase. There are other facts that expose serious problems with the county's proposal. GVID has 1,774 customer

KDMINER.COM - 2017-11-19 13:59:00

Supervisors to address desert trash dumpers, GVID water rates Monday

HubbleRay KINGMAN - County supervisors are not giving up on prosecuting desert litterbugs, or "wildcat" dumpers who take their trash and old mattresses to places in the desert for disposal. The Mohave County Board of Supervisors will discuss paying a $500 reward to an individual who provided inform

KDMINER.COM - 2017-11-19 13:59:00

Discovery process in Grogan-Cannella murder case slow going

HubbleRay KINGMAN - The discovery process of gathering and sharing evidence in the case of accused murderer Justin James Rector is ongoing, and attorneys for both sides on Friday said the case is moving forward. Greg McPhillips, Mohave County prosecutor, said he's working on getting copies of audio

KDMINER.COM - 2017-11-19 13:58:00

Report: Arizona earns 'B' in pretrial justice

KINGMAN - The state of Arizona received a "B" grade in a study on pretrial justice system in America that showed one-third of states failing and several showing promise of reform. The report released in November by the Pretrial Justice Institute examines the phases of the criminal justice system fro

KDMINER.COM - 2017-11-19 13:57:00

Dear Abby | Friendship fades following criticism of husband's jokes

Dear Abby: I have been friends with "Martha" for 40 years. We live a few hundred miles apart, so I like to call her and chat. The problem is her husband always answers the phone, and he likes to give me a hard time. When I identify myself and ask to speak to Martha, he says he doesn't know anyone b


A discovery while aging: The past was so much simpler

Getting old reminds us that the past was simpler. By Linda Varon I have now come to the conclusion that maybe I am "Older Than Dirt." Once I hit that big 70, I have to admit to noticing a few changes. Over the next 10 months, my parts began to show some wear. First it was the knee. Only one, thank


Police identify man shot, killed at Melbourne apartments

A 20-year-old man was identified as the person who was shot and killed Thursday at a Melbourne apartment complex parking lot, police said Friday. The gunman who shot Devon Sannito-Griesi was still at large Friday and police did not release any new information about him. The suspect drove from the P

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-11-17 21:13:20

Man struck, killed by train in Melbourne

Melbourne police said an unidentified man was struck by a train and killed Friday night near downtown. The incident happened about 8:30 p.m. on the Crane Creek Bridge, police said. As of 9:30 p.m., police were trying to confirm the man's identity and reach out to next of kin. CLOSE On today's News

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-11-18 02:23:02

Melbourne Police Swears In New Officers, Actively Seek Those Who Want Challenging Career

IMAGE OF THE DAY:Melbourne Police Chief David Gillespie swore in four new officers this week, including, left to right, Terrence Blackmon, Alexis Harrison, Carla Mercer and Victor Perez to the MPD family. The Melbourne Police Department is committed to hiring only the best and is actively seeking i


Enhanced Resource Center bringing 400 jobs to Melbourne

A customer call center company has begun recruiting to fill 400 jobs in Melbourne. The company, Enhanced Resource Centers, is holding a recruitment event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at its Melbourne facility at 511 N. John Rodes Blvd. The company is hiring customer service representatives, quali


Legal problems? Put Your Best Case Forward

We all have the highest expectations for how we will run our business, however, sometimes legal pitfalls can happen. If and when they do - and if it looks like you may be getting sued, the first step is - don't panic. We have an open legal system in the United States, which means anyone can sue anyo

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-11-19 11:46:01

Memoir pays tribute to Brevard naturalist Erna Nixon

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Dawn Flybirdie Hawks, who grew up in Melbourne Village, has published a loving homage to her mentor, renowned naturalist Erna Nixon. "A Walk with Erna Nixon" ($15, CreateSpace) recounts the author's weekly walks with Erna Nixon in the hammock that is now named for

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-11-19 12:00:02

Sargent: Pompano look promising along the surf

Between bouts with the wind and thick clumps of seaweed, pompano in the surf have shown a promising start for the winter season. Already anglers have found tight schools of the ocean fish within casting range enabling them to take their six-fish limits. Reports came from areas south of Melbourne Bea

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-11-18 00:21:41

After calling prison 'home' - these people are thankful for a second chance in the real world

Jay was recently released from prison after nine years. He had been convicted of battery on a LEO (Law Enforcement Officer) and now, outside the iron bars of incarceration, he wondered who would hire him if they knew of his past? How would he survive and stay out of prison? When he found work as a d


Two-vehicle crash in Naples sends one to hospital with serious injuries

A Naples man suffered serious injuries early Saturday morning in a two-vehicle crash on Immokalee Road, officials said. Lazaro Yumar, 45, of Naples, was driving a 2006 Suzuki motorcycle westbound on Immokalee Road shortly after 5 a.m., according to a release from the Florida Highway Patrol. Yumar wa

NAPLES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-18 19:53:25

Old Florida Festival Naples shows off sunshine state's rich history

Children squeeze sugarcane during the annual historical event hosted by Collier County Museums. The event runs through Sunday with a Civil War camp, live music, cannons, face painting, firing demonstrations, etc. Ashley Collins From squeezing juice out of sugarcane to watching a blacksmith create o

NAPLES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-18 22:45:44

Naples weather forecast: Sunny Saturday, cold front Sunday

Weather across Southwest Florida will be quite nice as we officially start the weekend Expect mostly sunny skies with temperatures right around average for mid to late November, which means highs in the low '80s and overnight temperatures dropping to the low '60s. A few spots will get down into the

NAPLES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-18 14:52:29

Longtime Naples historian and food columnist Doris Reynolds dies at 92

Doris Reynolds prided herself for never missing a deadline in more than 30 years. The longtime food columnist for the Naples Daily News died at her Naples home shortly after dinner Friday night. She was 92. "I think one of the things that kept my mother alive was your newspaper," Doris' son Kenneth

NAPLES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-18 17:54:56