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It's Family Reading Night At Hillsboro Public Library

In addition to the many books on display for kids and their parents to read, there were also activities to keep them busy, including rock painting, puzzles and board games. Librarian Shelley Kolb came up with a great idea for children who painted rocks. For those who like hiding rocks for others to

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Child Advocacy Center Coming To Hillsboro In 2018

The recent starvation case in Jerseyville highlights the need, but it's a consistent under-the-surface problem that leads to future problems in our culture. The recently formed group (the first center opened in Jerseyville in July of 2017) is a 501(c)3, which means any contributions are tax deductib

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Imagine Hillsboro Would Like Windows Decorated

Imagine Hillsboro is asking all businesses in town to participate in this year's window decorating contest. All windows must be decorated in any Storybook theme by Monday, Nov. 27. All photographs of windows will be posted at the end of the day. Voting will occur by "likes" on Imagine Hillsboro's Fa

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

This Coonridge Column Is From Ken

I've taught theatre for some 40 years and therefore I know it's not cool to step out of character so forgive the intrusion of Ken Bradbury into the world of Freida Marie Crump. On this Thanksgiving week the temptation was simply too great, the opportunity too obvious. When I began writing the Coonri

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

'Have Your Christmas Shopping Done?'

It's November, the month when our family celebrates six birthdays and at least two Thanksgiving dinners. Clocks are turned back an hour so darkness descends before the end of the work day. Supermarket ads tout lower prices on turkeys, canned pumpkin, pie crusts and cranberries. It's also the month w

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Candidacy Petition Filing Period To Begin Nov. 27

Candidates circulating petitions for Montgomery County offices to be nominated or elected in the March 20 primary election are reminded that the filing period will be from Monday, Nov. 27, through Monday, Dec. 4. County offices to be nominated in the primary are the state's attorney for a two-year u

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

They're Getting Free Turkeys In J-N Event

Four people won free turkeys in the popular Journal-News annual November event, The Great Turkey Hunt. Three names were drawn at random from those who found all 12 turkeys hidden in three consecutive issues of the newspaper: Brooke Cox of Witt, Delores Neathery of Hillsboro and Floyd Fenton of Irvin

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

November Is An Active Month For Deer

Be vigilant, especially between 5 p.m. and 7 a.m. when deer are most active. Drive with high beam headlights at night whenever possible. Deer crossing signs are placed in areas where deer are common. Use caution in these areas. Slow down, and honk the horn if a deer appears along the roadside. More

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Woman allegedly sets friend's garage on fire after dispute

Bullhead City - A Bullhead City woman was arrested Thursday after allegedly setting her friend's garage on fire while the homeowner and another person were inside. Brenda L. Prudham, 55, faces suspicion of aggravated criminal damage, aggravated assault, destroying evidence and arson of an occupied s

HAVASU NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-19 06:52:00

Bullhead City fire blamed on charcoal grill

A fire, likely ignited by an unattended charcoal grill on a plywood deck at the front of a residence, caused significant damage to the deck and minor damage to the home and garage in the 3000 block of Oak Place late Thursday night.BULLHEAD CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT/Contributed BULLHEAD CITY - An unatten

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-19 06:31:00

Boom Box Parade judges announced

BULLHEAD CITY - The panel of judges has been announced for the Dec. 1 Boom Box Parade in Bullhead City. The parade, conducted by the Colorado River Women's Council and sponsored by Mohave Electric Cooperative, Murphy Broadcasting, TV2-KLBC, Western Arizona Regional Medical Center and All Wellness M

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 06:54:00

Plastic bags sought for mat-weaving

BULLHEAD CITY - American Legion Post 87 in Bullhead City is looking for plastic shopping bags to continue making sleeping mats and pillows for area homeless men and women. "We need bags desperately," said Janice Williamson, a post auxiliary member and the District 7 president, about the group's comm

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 06:47:00

Competition helps support Breast Cancer Awareness

Harrah's Laughlin managers display the bras created for competition. The Battle of the Bras Department was one way the casino showed support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.Contributed LAUGHLIN - About a month ago, Harrah's Laughlin employees showed their sense of humor and their desire

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-19 21:45:00

Laughlin Ranch is back in business

BULLHEAD CITY - Real estate sales are back in full force at Laughlin Ranch. The master-planned community east of the Bullhead Parkway has had its share of ups and downs in its 15-year history. Developer David Lords said he sees this as an up time and one that will continue soaring to new heights. "I

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 06:50:00

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

After more than three years, no trial date on horizon in Rector case

KINGMAN - The defense attorneys for a Bullhead City man potentially facing the death penalty are wading through mountains of evidence and other discovery. Justin James Rector, 29, is charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping, child abuse and abandonment of a dead body for the Sept. 2, 2014, death

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-19 06:46:00

Whatcom County to get cable TV exposure Nov. 19

An upcoming episode of "Beach Hunters" on HGTV is expected to show a variety of areas in Whatcom County as well as beachfront homes in the Blaine area and on the coast west of Ferndale. According to HGTV's website, the episode is scheduled to run at 9 p.m. Sunday (Nov. 19), and again at midnight Nov

BELLINGHAM HERALD - 2017-11-19 13:00:00

The Lynden Rodeo is Tough Enough to Wear Pink

In 2004, the Tough Enough to Wear Pink national campaign was created by cancer survivor Terry Wheatley, who is from a professional rodeo family, along with Karl Stressman, the former director of Wranger. The campaign was designed to raise money and awareness for breast cancer by creating an inspirat

WHATCOMTALK.COM - 2017-11-19 15:00:25

Signs Plus of Bellingham Takes a Family Approach

Signs Plus, Inc. of Bellingham knows what it takes to produce a high quality, highly innovative sign that tells the story of a business. As you drive down the streets of our community and see local business signs, you may only think of them as indicators of what business happens to be in that locati

WHATCOMTALK.COM - 2017-11-18 15:00:19

Fake missing children flyer around Bellingham

Photo: clipart.com A fake missing children flyer was distributed around Bellingham. Around 10am on Tuesday, Child Protecive services noticed Bellingham Police about the flier. Lt. Dannete Beckley said the minor is safe and legally with who he/she is supposed to be with. The Bellingham police will no