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Women encouraged to apply for 'Live Your Dream' award

If you’re a woman age 18 or older and could use some financial help, now is your chance.

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Where do cows go after the fair?

Beef is one of the top 6 industries in America

There are a lot of ranches near Kingman, and they’re all part of the beef lifecycle.

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Department of Corrections, Geo Group seek community advice

GEO Group and the Arizona Department of Corrections each want a good partnership with Kingman and held a Community Relations Advisory Board meeting at Calico’s Wednesday.

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Centennial Park tennis courts revitalized

A joint effort between the Kingman Tennis Club and the City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Department has granted tennis players a new surface to play on.

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Libertarians get the word out at Andy Devine Days Rally

Tucked inside Saturday’s downtown Andy Devine Days festivities was a little something called the Libertarian Party Rally.

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Hurricane Harvey relief isn’t over for local volunteers

Local veterans are still helping with the Hurricane Harvey clean-up effort in Texas.

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Deedra Abboud isn't your typical candidate vying for Sen. Flake's seat

A controversial U.S. Senate candidate and her friend, both American-born women and later Muslim converts, paid a visit to the Mohave County Fair in September.

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Fourth Street monument helps preserve Kingman’s mining history

Months of teamwork were finally recognized Saturday.

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Local author publishes book she wrote as a teen

A local writer dug up some teenage scribblings and turned them into a book.

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New attorney on board, judge tries to move Rector trial forward

A solid trial is still a ways off, but things could be moving forward soon in the first-degree murder case of James Justin Rector.

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