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  • Old Miner’s Day June 8

    CHLORIDE – Grab your best gal and saddle up your favorite horse and join Chloride in celebrating the founders of this historic townsite. This year
  • Caldera receives 15 years after Convicted Manslaughter Charges.

    Judge Billy Sipe noted his support for the 2nd Amendment but also expressed disdain for weapons related offenses requiring him to send increasing numbers of people
  • LBRW meets

    London Bridge Republican Women will host their monthly dinner  and meeting on Monday, June 3 at Shugrue’s Bridgeview Room. Check in is at 5 p.m
  • BHCPD hosts anti-theft seminar

    BULLHEAD CITY – Last Friday afternoon the Bullhead City Police Department hosted a seminar showcasing ways to prevent car theft at BHCPD headquarters on Marina Blvd.
  • Local arrested for Alleged Sexual Relations with minor

    A Kingman man has been arrested for alleged sexual relations with a local teenager. Steve Culajay, 37, was arrested on May 22 and jailed for
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At The Standard Newspaper Online, our popularity stems from our unwavering commitment to providing top-notch Local News coverage that resonates with our readers in Mohave County. We pride ourselves on delivering up-to-date Local News that keeps our community informed and engaged. Whether it’s the latest happenings, impactful stories, or important local events, we’ve got it all covered. As a reliable source of Local News, we strive to capture the essence of our vibrant community and showcase its diversity.

So, if you’re wondering why The Standard Newspaper Online is so popular, it’s because we stand at the forefront of delivering accurate Local News, engaging Digital News, insightful Local Events coverage, and a reliable platform for meaningful Community News, productive Classified Ads interactions, and the most comprehensive updates on all things related to Mohave County. We are dedicated to serving Mohave County with the utmost dedication and look forward to continuing our journey as your trusted news source.

With our experienced team of journalists and reporters, we ensure that our Local News coverage goes beyond the surface, diving deep into the heart of the stories that matter most to our readers. Our commitment to unbiased reporting and extensive research sets us apart as the go-to destination for reliable Local News. From city council meetings to local business profiles, from school events to community initiatives, we’re your window into the pulse of Mohave County. When it comes to Local News, The Standard Newspaper Online has got you covered.

The Standard began its journey in November of 1990, founded by Don and Matthew Wanner as a black-and-white newspaper with a circulation of 2,000 copies. Over the years, it evolved into a vibrant four-color, multi-section newspaper with a countywide circulation of 8,200 copies. In 1998, The Standard incorporated as Mohave County Newspapers, Inc., and became the official newspaper of Mohave County in July of the same year. It takes pride in investing in the future of Mohave County and has grown to be the largest weekly newspaper in the area.

The Standard is published in print every Wednesday, providing an entire week of shelf life for both readers and advertisers. In addition to the print edition, it is also available digitally on a daily basis, ensuring readers stay updated with the latest Mohave County news whenever and wherever they want.

The Standard holds the distinction of being Mohave County’s largest and only countywide newspaper. Covering the entire county, it reaches readers from the center of one of the largest counties in Arizona, including major cities like Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City, and Kingman. Its comprehensive coverage of local news, legislative updates, and major corporate business makes it a one-stop shopping venue for both readers and advertisers in the county. The Standard’s online platform at allows readers to access its trusted daily Mohave County news conveniently.

At The Standard Newspaper Online, we value your feedback and inquiries. You can reach us by phone at 928-753-1143 or visit our office at 221 E. Beale St., Kingman, AZ 86401. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you with any questions or concerns.

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