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Prison possible for pet park shooter

KINGMAN – Their pets fought first before the scrap spread to their elderly owners, one of whom shot the other about six weeks ago at the dedicated dog park at Lewis Kingman Park off Andy Devine Ave., in Kingman. That is the factual basis for a plea agreement entered June 12 in Mohave County Superior Court.

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Spring concert season ends with Toby Keith tribute

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Last weekend Tad Management ended their Lake Havasu concert season with a very special tribute to country music singer and songwriter, Toby Keith. The Toby: Tribute to Toby Keith concert took place on Saturday, June 8 at the Aquatic Center.
For the past four years, the tribute show production company known as Tad Management has been hosting their jam-packed concert series featuring various musicians paying homage to famous well-loved artists through music. 2006 was when Tad Management began to expand from just Phoenix Metro area entertainment to national and international acts for casinos and cruise lines.

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Meadview murder trial underway

KINGMAN – Trial has opened in Kingman for a Meadview man accused of using his homemade dune buggy to ram the quad operated by his on-again, off-again girlfriend, resulting in fatality. John Stettler, 42, is charged with second-degree murder in the July 28, 2023 death of Sally Minard, 38, Meadview.
Prosecutor Amanda Claerhout and defense attorney Paul Amann agree that the defendant and victim endured a super tumultuous relationship that could turn on a dime. They told the jury that the rocky nature of the couple’s relationship would be evident during trial.

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Trash, traffic and toilets: First Friday involves unseen sanitation and safety logistics

KINGMAN – An event that requires Beale Street to be closed off requires a mix of unseen logistics that keep the streets and sidewalks clean.
The Andy Devine Days Parade, Veterans Day Parade and this month, First Friday, attract hundreds, if not thousands, of spectators, shoppers, diners and vendors.
The June 7 christening of the newly renovated Beale Street between Second and Sixth Street attracted just that amount of people from throughout the community.

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Pickleball Club members make it a lifestyle

KINGMAN – The Kingman Pickleball Club (KPC) is thriving. Members used a small space along Beale St. during First Friday last weekend to demonstrate and offer the public a glimpse of a sport that continues gaining popularity all across America.
“It’s an addiction,” said KPC member Blessie Potokar. “Once you get into pickleball, that’s it. I love the game. It’s good for your health. Everyday this is my workout.”

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Silver Copper Crossing opens

BULLHEAD CITY – Silver Copper Crossing officially opened Friday, June 7, and links Arizona and Nevada just eight miles south of Bullhead City. The $60.6 million project began in November 2021, and is the third bridge linking Bullhead City and Laughlin, Nev. It spans 724 feet and sits 35 feet above the Colorado River.

Festivities began at 9 a.m. with free donuts and snow cones, followed by a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. officiated by Bullhead City Mayor Steve D’Amico and Nevad Commissioner Michael Naft. Festivities soon moved to the Anderson Fieldhouse in Bullhead City, which sported vendors and live music throughout the day.

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