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H2O or NO?

Dear Editor, Water, water everywhere, or any a drop to drink? Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem, ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ , written in 1834, seems in many ways, to sum up an impending disaster for Kingman and Mohave County: “Water, water everywhere, nor any a drop to drink.” As a resident and homeowner in […]

Clear the Shelter a success

Dear Editor, Our Clear The Shelter Event held on Friday March 1, 2024 was a huge success! 26 dogs found homes! We want to thank the community for coming out and making a new dog part of their family by adopting. Lynn Kanianen Friends of the Mohave County Animal Shelter

What do you expect from our next President?  

Dear Editor, I’m voting for the Presidential candidate who will promise to keep Social Security solvent. I’ve hit the age where I’m finally on the receiving end of some of this government money and I want to keep it going. Never fear, I’m still paying plenty of taxes. I’m still holding down a job so […]

What Nikki Haley and Joe Manchin Should Do

Dear Editor, Nikki Haley is overall respected for her political service.   She did a good job as Governor of South Carolina for two terms and as an Ambassador for our country. Personally, I can see her as doing a fine job as President of the United States, but it won’t be this time around.  Haley has […]

Medical care – A consequence of Kingman’s population growth

Dear Editor, Kingman has a 2024 population of 37,016. Kingman is currently growing at a rate of 2.92% annually and its population has increased by 12.53% since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 32,895 in 2020. Most Kingman residents already know the difficulties identifying “available” medical professionals for an appointment, medical evaluation […]

Can you do anything about America’s problems? Not really, but

Dear Editor, We are saturated with news in America. We know about the legal troubles of former President Donald Trump. Every day we are updated about the latest court proceedings and what is still to come. What can you do about it? Nothing. You didn’t loan Trump the money and he doesn’t owe you.  Loan officers […]

Advocating for More Than 30 Children: A Court Appointed Special

Dear Editor, I had the privilege of being a stay-at-home mom which enabled me to volunteer regularly in my children’s classrooms, but as they moved into High School, I looked for another way to serve in my community. My husband was speaking with a co-worker who told him about the CASA program. I looked up […]

BLM should be stewards, not holding facilities

Dear Editor, My name is Joan “Joni” Mogensen, my husband and I have worked with the Minnesota Board of Animal Health, to save “adopted” BLM burros from feed lots in St. Paul, MN. My husband was also a criminal animal investigator in northern Minnesota. We had a large, permitted, 501c3, large animal rescue. We have […]

Fill the hole with a load of rocks

Dear Editor, Sixty minutes reported, on Sunday evening February third, about a gap in our border wall. The gap is reported to be about sixty miles east of San Diego and is a global destination for migrants from around the world. The news source reported that during a four day watch they personally witnessed about […]

County BOS represents their party, not our citizens

Dear Editor, The recent action by the BOS to oppose the already approved creation of Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni-Ancestral Footprints of the Grand Canyon National Monument and spend county tax dollars to mount a legal challenge against it ignores the decades of work by our Indigenous brothers and sisters to secure protections for this existing […]

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