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Andy Devine Days Bring Community Together

ARicca2 The Mohave County Fair has just ended, but community get-togethers aren't over. Kingman's next big party starts Friday. The Andy Devine Days Festival, formerly the Best of the West on Route 66 Fest, follows the same successful pattern as last year. UniSource Energy Vendor Row along both sid

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-21 13:00:00

Motorists killed on Route 66 Monday ID'd

KINGMAN - Two Supai residents were killed Monday when the driver of a four-door Chevrolet sedan inexplicitly lost control on Route 66 near milepost 91, approximately 35 miles east of Kingman. Arizona Department of Public Safety identified Tanya N. Watahomigi, 34, as the driver and Richard Guzman, 35

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-19 18:18:00

Mobile home erupts in flames Tuesday

KINGMAN - Kingman Fire Department responded to a structure fire in the 400 block of Simon Avenue around 9 a.m. Tuesday to find one home and a trailer engulfed in flames and another home exposed to the fire. KFD initially sent four engines in response to the call, said Anger Muller, assistant chief o

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-20 12:59:00

Column | The End of the First Amendment

Last week, I visited the University of California, Berkeley. The preparations for the visit were patently insane. First, the school charged the sponsor group, Young America's Foundation, a $15,000 security fee. Then, the school blocked off the upper level of the auditorium, fearful that radicals fro

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-20 12:55:00

Trial set for conflict of interest charges against Vic Riccardi

KINGMAN - Judge Rick Lambert set a trial date of Dec. 12 for conflict of interest charges against Vic Riccardi, board member for the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District. Jacobo Chavez, defense attorney for Riccardi, said he has no objection to the state's disclosure of evidence, and the stat

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-19 12:55:00

Utah baby dies from head injury in Arizona boating accident

NAVAJO CANYON, Arizona (AP) - Authorities say a Utah child has died from a head injury after a boating accident near Navajo Canyon. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area officials say the accident occurred Sunday evening when a houseboat was trying to dock on a beach about 12 miles from Antelope Poin

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-19 12:55:00

Excise tax to fund new Mohave County courthouse

All income generated by a quarter-cent excise tax will be used to pay for the construction of the new superior court building in Kingman. The Mohave County Board of Supervisors approved using the money at its meeting on Monday. The move is a bit of an about-face for the supervisors, since the county

HAVASU NEWS-HERALD - 2017-09-20 06:10:00

Letter | Re: The historical downtown building has an uncertain future

About Hotel Beale, two words: eminent domain. It would give the city a chance to do something with the hotel. I do believe there are grants (both government and private) that could help bring the Hotel Beale back to life. I don't live in Kingman, but I think it would be a shame for something histor

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-19 12:55:00

Letter | Richard Rufo: Hotel Beale

Before the city spends money on razing Hotel Beale, maybe the demolition crew can practice their skill on the infamous eyesores called Pacos Tacos and Golden China, with weeds, and the boarded up Family Practice Counseling. The idea of the front facade being saved should also be considered, sign inc

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-20 12:55:00

Coming to the end of their reign: 2017 rodeo queens say goodbye

The 2017 Andy Devine Days rodeo queen Sarah Moulder and teen queen Adison Leo. Sarah is a 17 year old senior at Kingman Academy of Learning High School where she is on Kingman Tigers Cheer and made All American Cheer. She enjoys art and hanging out with friends. After high school she plans to attend

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-19 12:55:00

President Trump omnipresent over Emmy Awards ceremony

NEW YORK (AP) - President Donald Trump never won an Emmy, it's true. But his presence was felt at this year's television awards ceremony more than any actor, writer or producer. "Saturday Night Live," for which Trump was an endless fount of comedy during his campaign and early presidency, had its be

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-19 12:55:00

Financial caretaker allegedly rips off special needs clients

SEDONA - A Sedona woman has been arrested after allegedly ripping off her special needs clients. In May, personnel from Adult Protective Services (APS) contacted Yavapai County Sheriff's Office to report allegations of fraud and theft by 39-year-old Krista Cline, according to a YCSO news release. Be

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-20 12:55:00

Gov. Ducey behind plan to end Obamacare

PHOENIX - Gov. Doug Ducey has thrown his support behind the latest plan to kill the Affordable Care Act despite estimates showing it will cost the state billions in lost federal dollars. In a brief statement Monday, the governor called the Graham-Cassidy bill "the best path forward to repeal and rep

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-20 12:55:00

Dear Abby: Woman's co-workers ridicule her extreme aversion to blood

Dear Abby: I'm a 30-year-old female who has extreme hemophobia. I cannot see blood or hear people talk about anything blood-related. I pass out when my blood is drawn, and I cannot have a finger-prick blood test either. It's even difficult for me to write this message. I work in an office and I hav

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-21 13:00:00

Column | Beware Overregulation of Online Gaming

In America, gaming is a very serious business. It's made a lot of people very wealthy and provided quite a few states with new sources of revenue that up to now have helped keep budgets balanced. It wasn't always that way. Lotteries, for instance, used to be illegal and the province of organized cri

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-21 12:59:00

Column | Afghanistan Strategy Is the Only Hope for Education Reform

The federal government is currently enmeshed in two gigantic, expensive reform projects, one domestic and one foreign. Both are failures even though the tactics couldn't be more different. In one - at a cost of $2.5 trillion - Uncle Sam is trying manfully to completely change a political culture. In

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-21 12:58:00

Northern Arizona prairie dog burrows dusted to combat plague

AZGFD/Courtesy Prairie dog burrows are being dusted to prevent the spread of plague near Williams and Flagstaff. FLAGSTAFF - The Arizona Game and Fish Department, together with the Kaibab National Forest Williams Ranger District, recently applied insecticidal dust to Williams and Flagstaff-area

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-21 12:54:00

Forest Service reopens Kendrick Mountain near Flagstaff

Courtesy Fire fighters survey the area after the Boundary Fire on Kendrick Peak in June of this year. Kaibab and Coconino National Forests, in coordination with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, have lifted the area closure on and around Kendrick Mountain that was in place since the Boundary

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-21 12:52:00

Deadline to file death penalty appeal extended

KINGMAN - The deadline for a convicted murderer to file an appeal has been extended again. Brad Lee Nelson, 47, was convicted in November 2009 of first-degree murder and sentenced to death a month later in the death of Amber Leann Graff in Kingman in June 2006. The Arizona Supreme Court upheld Nelso

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-21 07:37:00

Column | Global Warmists Need to Lose the Arrogance

Natural disasters are no laughing matter, but you'd never know that recently watching God-denier Bill Maher and his "Real Time" show audience. Maher appeared giddy with delight that homes of certain high-profile man-controlled climate change "deniers' were in the path of destructive hurricanes. Mean

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-19 12:55:00