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MCSO seeking assistance in locating stolen motorhome

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a stolen motorhome. On Wednesday (12/15), deputies received information that the motorhome had been stolen from the area of Black Rock Rd. (Interstate 15 exit 27). The vehicle was thought to have been stolen sometime Sunday evening or Monday morning (12/12 […]

Agricultural vehicle hauling a palm tree causes outage

BULLHEAD CITY – On Tuesday, Dec. 14, at 10:30 a.m., 501 Mohave Electric Cooperative (MEC) members in Golden Shores experienced an outage due to an agricultural vehicle hauling a cut palm tree. The outage occurred when the palm tree came into contact with MEC lines. Crews responded to repair the line, restoring power to all members at 12:32 p.m. The […]

I-40 Rancho Santa Fe Parkway project on hold

KINGMAN – The Arizona Department of Transportation indicates that the Interstate 40 Rancho Santa Fe Parkway project “is on hold.” The project that includes development of a multi-million-dollar interchange with arterials leading north to the Kingman Airport and South to Hualapai Mountain Road had been scheduled to be put out for construction bids on Wednesday, Nov. […]

Chambers plea possible, project status possibly on hold

KINGMAN – An Arizona Attorney General’s Office prosecution of an alleged illegal campaign contribution in Kingman’s 2018 mayoral election may not go to trial. Defense Attorney Brad Rideout informed Judge Billy Sipe Tuesday that plea negotiations may bear fruit in the case against realtor Justin Chambers. “We’re working on a non-trial resolution at this point […]

Treasurer Cindy Cox resigns, recommends Councilwoman Mello as successor

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave County Treasurer Cindy Landa Cox is stepping down. Cox intended to retire at the end of her term but has informed the Board of Supervisors and County Management team that serious health issues prompt her resignation effective Dec. 31, 2021. “It has been an honor and pleasure to represent the citizens […]

Fire Chief Jake Rhoades leaving Kingman Fire Department

KINGMAN – The City of Kingman is apparently losing its Fire Chief. The City of Buckeye is hiring Jake Rhoades to join its fire department administration, currently in an interim chief posture. Information, at this point, is not available through Rhoades or City Hall. However, the public information officer for Buckeye confirms a Rhoades hiring scenario is in play. According to a press […]

Public assistance requested in identifying a victim from 1971 homicide

MOHAVE COUNTY – The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigation Unit (SIU) is requesting the public’s assistance with identifying a previously unidentified female victim from a 1971 Homicide case. On January 23, 1971, the victim was located in the desert area near a dirt road, 2.2 miles east of US Hwy 93 on Hackberry Road. […]

Kingman city council caught off guard by indictment of city

KINGMAN – Kingman City Manager Ron Foggin informed elected officials and municipal management team members Monday that he was caught off guard by news of the indictment of a city business partner for an alleged campaign contribution violation. Foggin issued a memo about learning that Bill Lenhart, whose Sunbelt Development firm is working with the city […]

Body recovered of woman who drown in Colorado river

TOPOCK ­– The body of a second Valley Center, California resident has been recovered from the Colorado River, in the area of Topock Gorge, about 15 miles north of Lake Havasu. Mohave County sheriff’s office personnel responded early Thursday afternoon after dispatch was notified that a female subject had been located.   Agency spokeswoman Anita Mortensen […]

Halloween display benefits animals, children

Witches, skeletons and Halloween display in Golden Valley. Homemade tombstones, music-synced lighted dead trees are just some of the details that “bring to life” the Halloween spirit of about 45 blowups and other creepy things Chris Marie and Butch Meriwether have put together for everyone’s enjoyment who decides to drive by their home at 2225 […]

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