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Get Ready for 2022 Transaction Privilege Tax License Renewals

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) plans to mail renewal letters to business owners this month revising them to renew their Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) License before January 1. Penalties will apply to late renewals. Businesses are encouraged to update and verify their account information annually to prevent unnecessary fees and penalties. The online […]

Murder trial underway

KINGMAN – A homicide trial began Wednesday in Mohave County Superior Court in Kingman. Roy Medlin, 65, Golden Valley, is charged with second-degree murder in the death of David Hendrix, 49. Deputy Mohave County Attorney Jake Chavez said the pair argued over rental debt for days before Medlin shot and killed Hendrix on Oct. 3, 2020 at […]

Local student makes her NASA dream a reality

KINGMAN – Skyler Cox of Kingman recently got the opportunity to attend Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The program lasted a week from Aug. 21-27 and trained students with hands-on activities to experience what working at NASA is like. The Camp promotes interest in science, technology, engineering, and […]

Andy Awards celebrate Kingman’s community

The Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce held its 45th Annual Andy Devine Awards at the Elks Lodge #468 recognizing Chamber Members for a number of achievements. Those who received awards did so by working to make the Kingman community a better place. Nominees were awarded in 11 different categories. Beginning with the Pledge of Allegiance, […]

Ride-In Movie and Game Night

OATMAN – On Oct. 9, there will be a Ride-In Movie and Game Night located at Saddle Sore Ranch off Oatman Hwy between mile markers 36 and 37. The festivities will begin at 6 p.m. Favorite cult classics and old motorcycles movies will be shown, with special VIP parking for motorcycles. Games will include cornhole, […]

Vaccinated for life

I said to a friend, “You know, I think I am going to be alright. Nothing has happened yet.” And then it happened. Since before I can remember, I have had all manner of vaccinations. In fact, when I was school age, parents were the responsible party in charge of my immunization records. Every year […]

Work zone risks for highway crews and you: the danger

ADOT marking National Work Zone Awareness Week Most of us couldn’t imagine being on the job with speeding cars and trucks just feet away zooming past our desk, cubicle or other place of business. But every day, highway construction and maintenance crews across Arizona face just such potentially dangerous scenarios, especially when many drivers don’t […]

OIS investigation continues

The Kingman Police Department is continuing the investigation into an officer-involved shooting (OIS) that occurred in Dolan Springs on Sunday, March 7. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputy involved is Deputy Kyle Bridgman, a five-year officer.  The investigation revealed that Deputy Bridgman gave multiple commands to Davie Kuihana Ahuna who was resisting arrest and struck the […]

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