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    Annual Andy Awards announced

    KINGMAN – The annual Andy Awards were presented during Andy Devine Days last week during an presentation dinner at Beale
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    Dig It hosting open house

    KINGMAN – Dig It Community Garden will be hosting an open house on Saturday, Oct. 7 from 10 a.m. to
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    Jesus’ Humility

    In my last article I wrote about Jesus’s compassion. In this article I want to look at Jesus’ humility. The
  • Community News

    Laughlin Bullhead Airshow Returns in 2024  

    BULLHEAD CITY _ The Mohave County Airport Authority (MCAA), the City of Bullhead City, and the Laughlin Tourism Commission (LTC) have announced the
  • Community News

    Kingman Cancer Care Unit receives much needed support from Kingman family businesses

    Members of the Kingman Cancer Care Unit (KCCU) pose briefly under the ‘Hoe Arm” of the Bobcat brand track hoe available for rent at Merten’s Bobcat & Heavy Equipment Rentals on Andy Devine Ave., (East Route 66) in Kingman. “Every time this machine is rented we donate a portion of its income to the Kingman Cancer Care Unit,” says Lori (Merten) Sales Manger of Merten’s Bobcat of Kingman. “We’ve added the pink decals and a little verbiage on the back of the machine pledging our support for KCCU of Kingman; we are longtime supporters of the fight against cancer,” Lori added. Another way to support the KCCU of Kingman is by getting your car washed during the Mangelsdorf  Family Dentistry Annual Charity Car Wash. This year Linda Mangelsdorf and the entire staff of Mangelsdorf Family Dentistry teamed up with the  folks at the Airway Carwash donating the water, the soap and even quarters to vaccumn the inside. Longtime volunteer Diana Kenney (volunteering since 2002) sits in the operating seat as considers her  next gardening project! Perhaps the most tenured volunteer is Doris Bower, volunteering since 1975.





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From covering local government decisions and community initiatives to featuring inspiring stories of everyday heroes, The Standard Newspaper Online is committed to providing in-depth and accurate Community News. Our goal is to create a sense of unity among our readers by highlighting the achievements and challenges faced by various communities across the county.

With our comprehensive coverage, you can stay up-to-date with the issues and events that matter most to you and your neighbors. Whether it’s a new community project, a local business opening, or a community event, The Standard Newspaper Online has you covered with timely and reliable Community News.

We believe that strong communities are built on informed and engaged citizens, and that’s why we’re dedicated to being the trusted source for Community News in Mohave County. By keeping you informed about the issues that impact your neighborhood, we hope to foster a sense of pride and solidarity among our readers and help create a better and more connected community for everyone.

The Standard began its journey in November of 1990, founded by Don and Matthew Wanner as a black-and-white newspaper with a circulation of 2,000 copies. Over the years, it evolved into a vibrant four-color, multi-section newspaper with a countywide circulation of 8,200 copies. In 1998, The Standard incorporated as Mohave County Newspapers, Inc., and became the official newspaper of Mohave County in July of the same year. It takes pride in investing in the future of Mohave County and has grown to be the largest weekly newspaper in the area.

The Standard is published in print every Wednesday, providing an entire week of shelf life for both readers and advertisers. In addition to the print edition, it is also available digitally on a daily basis, ensuring readers stay updated with the latest Mohave County news whenever and wherever they want.

The Standard holds the distinction of being Mohave County’s largest and only countywide newspaper. Covering the entire county, it reaches readers from the center of one of the largest counties in Arizona, including major cities like Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City, and Kingman. Its comprehensive coverage of local news, legislative updates, and major corporate business makes it a one-stop shopping venue for both readers and advertisers in the county. The Standard’s online platform at allows readers to access its trusted daily Mohave County news conveniently.

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