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Man dies in Laughlin casino

LAUGHLIN, Nev. – A man was killed during an early Friday fight inside a Laughlin casino. Laughlin Metro police responded at 1:20 a.m. to the incident at the Aquarius Resort. A press release indicates arriving officers found an unresponsive male on the floor of the casino. The man was pronounced dead following transport to Western […]

MEC warns members of potential scam

BULLHEAD CITY – Mohave Electric Cooperative (MEC) members need to be aware of a potential scam. Members have been calling the MEC Member Services Office after receiving both an automated and live person call. The recorded message and live person call had a similar dialogue: “This is the power company. If you don’t pay over the […]

Sheriff seeks budget boost

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave County sheriff Doug Schuster has asked for a funding boost while the board of supervisors anticipates adopting a spending plan for the next fiscal year on Aug. 2. Schuster told supervisors Monday that some progress has been made in the last couple of years as the department has worked to raise pay and […]

Interviews slated for Superior Court Judge, Clerk positions

KINGMAN – Members of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s executive staff will visit Kingman next week to conduct interviews of finalists contending for appointment to two prominent legal positions. Citizens will be able to offer public comment and monitor the interviews for Superior Court Judge, while the process will be closed to the public for the […]

New state bills to have an impact on voting, voter

2021 will likely see significant changes to legislation regarding Voting and Voter Registration. Bills presented as well as some already passed bills. These bills impact when and where voter registration drives can take place. Other bills will let the state periodically stop sending early voting ballots to some voters. Voting through mail-in ballots also will […]

Superior Court vacancy wheel keeps spinning

MOHAVE COUNTY – Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is allowing two weeks more for those eligible to apply for appointment to the vacancy created by the end of June retirement of Division 1 Mohave County Superior Court Judge Charles Gurtler. The Fort Mohave resident who presides in Bullhead City is wrapping up a 27-year career on the bench. The initial application deadline for the […]

BHC Deputy Chief DeSantis Retires

BULLHEAD CITY – After 35 years with the Bullhead City Police Department, Deputy Chief Dennis DeSantis is retiring.   Deputy Chief DeSantis began his career with the Bullhead City Police Department on March 24, 1986. He served as a traffic motor officer, bomb technician, a detective in criminal investigations and vice/narcotics and has worked his way […]

Superior Court Clerk position remains open; deadline for applying has

MOHAVE COUNTY – Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has extended the timeline for filling the vacancy created by last month’s resignation of Virlynn Tinnell as Clerk of Mohave County Superior Court. Presiding Judge Charles Gurtler promoted deputy director Christina Spurlock to serve as interim Clerk until the Governor can fill the post by appointment. Applications were […]

Lawsuit Filed Against Frontier Communications over Internet Speed Misrepresentations

Company failed to deliver promised Internet speeds PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich, along with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and a coalition of law enforcement agencies from five other states, filed a lawsuit against Frontier Communications (Frontier), alleging that the company did not provide many consumers with internet service at the speeds it promised and […]

Servicemembers relax at Veteran’s Treatment Court picnic

KINGMAN – The men were part of the roughly 40 military veterans, Kingman Veterans Treatment Court staff, their friends and family members spent Saturday afternoon mingling and playing during the treatment court’s annual picnic at Firefighters Memorial Park. Carman and Mestayer were the picnic’s cornhole tournament champions. Judge Singer presides over the treatment court which […]

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