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Kistler of Lake Havasu named to spring Dean’s List

Each semester, students at Missouri State University who attain academic excellence are named to the dean’s list. For undergraduate students, criteria include enrollment in at least 12 credit hours during the spring semester and at least a 3.50 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
Izzy Kistler from Lake Havasu City made the list. Kistler was among more than 4,800 students named to the spring 2024 dean’s list.

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KUSD collaborates with community

Dear Editor,
On June 5, Kingman Unified School District took a vital step towards ensuring the safety of their students and staff by conducting a crucial meeting on their Emergency Operations Plans. This collaborative review of the KUSD Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) was an opportunity to review common procedures and roles during a Joint Incident Command event.

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BLM approves lithium exploration project near Wikieup, Arizona

KINGMAN – The Bureau of Land Management has announced its approval of the Big Sandy Valley Lithium Exploration Project near Wikieup. The BLM’s decision, which incorporates significant input from the public and Tribal Nations, allows Big Sandy, Inc.—a subsidiary of Arizona Lithium Ltd.—to drill and test up to 131 exploration holes across approximately 21 acres of BLM-managed public land to determine whether a full-scale lithium mining operation could be viable.

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Joanne Inez Bufano

Joanne Inez Bufano passed away in the evening of May 15, 2024 in her Sunridge Village home in Bullhead City, Az. She was 88 years old and died of natural causes.
Joanne was born to the parents of Louis Regalado and Martha Ramirez Regalado in Los Angeles County Hospital on February 13, 1936.

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