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Rancho Santa Fe interchange plans continue

KINGMAN – Poor communication, escalating cost, uncertainty and additional delay were all on display as the Kingman City Council clumsily addressed new revelations regarding the Interstate 40 Rancho Santa Fe Traffic Interchange (TI) during a near five hour long Tuesday meeting. Vice Mayor Cherish Sammeli was bewildered that the city has only recently learned that […]

Mohave County GOP hosted America First parade

LAKE HAVASU CITY – The 2024 election is not until November 4 but members of the Mohave County GOP already have decided who they want in office. The club openly shared their choices with the community at the Trump Train Cruise-In last weekend. Their America First Trump Train Cruise-In took place on Saturday May 18 at 5:30 p.m. […]

Wildlife Mitigation grant allocated for Hualapai Mountain area

KINGMAN – A $3.7-million Community Wildfire Defense grant is being allocated for wildfire mitigation at Pine Lake, a heavily-wooded community in the Hualapai Mountains southeast of Kingman. The money from the USDA Forest Service flows to the town through the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management (DFFM). “The grants provide financial assistance to at-risk […]

Workshop highlights land fraud, wire transfer fraud

KINGMAN – There is no shortage of those who commit land fraud these days according to Laurie Barthlow, Escrow Administrator and Vice President at Chicago Title Agency. On Monday, May 13, a workshop sponsored by the Kingman Chamber of Commerce was held with Barthlow, Vicki Wyatt, Escrow Officer with Pioneer Title Agency and local attorney […]

Second bridge feasibility discussed at council

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Buzz of the second bridge feasibility study was discussed at Lake Havasu’s city council meeting last week. The next steps of this project will include the following plans;  Stakeholders will be holding a meeting in early to late of June along with a public open house in that same time period.  Coordinating with […]

Funding Awarded to Kingman Police by the Arizona Governor’s Office

KINGMAN – May 20th kicks off the two-week Arizona Buckle Up Arizona Enforcement campaign. The Kingman Police Department has been awarded $1,000 from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to participate in the Buckle Up Arizona…It’s the Law! program from May 20th through June 2nd, 2024 as part of the National Click It or Ticket Campaign.  The grant […]

Mohave Community College Names New Vice President of Administrative Services

MOHAVE COUNTY – Following a nationwide search, Mohave Community College (MCC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Joline Pruitt as the new Vice President of Administrative Services, effective July 1, 2024. Pruitt will succeed Jennie Dixon, a Kingman native and longtime MCC employee, who is retiring after years of dedicated service to the college. […]

District 4 candidates debate

GOLDEN VALLEY– Candidates vying for the Mohave County District 4 Supervisor position will debate from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, June 9, and will be hosted by Conservatives for Golden Valley. The location for the debate is slated for II Cafe, 4095 Highway 68, and those candidates desiring to be the candidate during the general […]

KPD promotes two new Lieutenants

On Thursday, May 9, the Kingman Police Department promoted two sergeants to the rank of Lieutenant. Lieutenant Nick Schmitz, who has over 12 years of law enforcement experience will immediately assume the role of Patrol Lieutenant. Lieutenant Jason Schmitz, who has over 14 years of law enforcement experience will assume the role of MAGNET Task Force Commander […]

MCC opens first-ever housing program for students

MOHAVE COUNTY – MohaveVillage.com is the website for Mohave Village Apartments – Mohave Community College’s new student housing complex on the Bullhead City Campus.  MCC is now accepting applications from its current students who would like to live on the Bullhead City campus. Applications must be submitted no later than Friday, June 14, 2024. Students interested in […]

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