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KPD awarded ALEAP reaccreditation

KINGMAN – In September of 2019 the Kingman Police Department (KPD) was one of the first agencies in Arizona to be accredited through the AZ Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ALEAP).  The accreditation program requires that accredited agencies undergo annual review and a formal on-site visit every four years. During the week of August 9, Captain […]

Olympus Diner holds ribbon cutting

Olympus Diner held its ribbon cutting on Saturday, Sept. 16 in Kingman. From left to right, Kingman City Council Shawn Savage, Kingman Mayor Ken Watkins, Olympus Diner owner Leon Anasakatos, and Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce CEO Becky Fawson.

Mohave Electric Cooperative holds district, annual meetings

BULLHEAD CITY – On Thursday, September 21, Mohave Electric Cooperative, Inc. held its Annual Meeting at the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse. The district and annual meetings were attended by 360 Cooperative members collectively, as well as many special guests. This year’s annual meeting attendees received a Ryobi, cordless, bucket-top misting fan kit and some lucky winners […]

Alpaca Days are here!

Alpacas of the Southwest hosts 18th Annual Alpaca Days KINGMAN – Alpacas of the Southwest will host its 18th Annual Alpaca Days on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 7 and 8. The free event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. This event is […]

Kingman City Council vacancy applications now available

KINGMAN – The City of Kingman would like to announce that applications to fill the vacant position on the City Council are now available in the City Clerk’s office and on the City of Kingman website at: The Council will be accepting applications from interested persons until October 5, 2023. Potential appointees will be interviewed […]

Miller gets started as interim city manager

KINGMAN – Grady Miller has relocated to Kingman from Fountain Hills and he’ll spend his first day on the job as interim Kingman City Manager on Monday, Sept. 25. Miller assumes the leadership role at city hall following the Aug. 15 council decision to terminate the employment of former manager Ron Foggin. Miller is secured […]

Transportation improvement projects discussed at ADOT meeting

KINGMAN – The Arizona State Transportation Board held its monthly governing board meeting in Kingman on Friday, Sept. 15. Board Chairman Gary Knight offered thanks for the dinner reception event conducted the previous evening. “It was quite a warm welcome and we got to meet with the elected officials and all of the administration up […]

MCC’s Radiologic Technology graduates pass national board exams on first

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College Radiologic Technology program 2023 graduates have all passed their national board exams on their first attempt. Having a 100% pass rate means that students in the program were very well prepared to take their exams. This is the second time this has happened since the program started at MCC. […]

LHC council approves Allo agreement, shoreline preservation

LAKE HAVASU CITY – The Lake Havasu City Council meeting took place on Tuesday, September 12 at the Lake Havasu Police Department at 5:30 p m. Council members began the meeting with the approval of abandonment of public utility drainage management.   The City Clerk’s office certified the resolution.  This was followed by a motion passed for […]

P&Z rejects hydrogen production request

MOHAVE COUNTY – Overwhelming opposition was sometimes fiercely expressed during a raucous public hearing before the Mohave County Planning and Zoning Commission voted to recommend that the Board of Supervisors deny overlay zoning requested for a renewable energy project about 19 miles north of Kingman. Chairman LaJuanna Gillette repeatedly pounded her gavel and admonished the […]

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