When local church communities held the Sanctity of Life Event & Walk in Kingman on June 1, the Kingman Democratic Women’s Club came to “serve a pro-choice presence,” said club member Heather Patenaude.
A bill that establishes a water study committee to examine Mohave County groundwater depletion and develop potential solutions was signed by Gov. Doug Ducey.
The upcoming Mohave County Board of Supervisors meeting will kick off with a presentation by Executive Director of County Supervisors Association of Arizona Craig Sullivan, who will deliver a yearly legislative update to the board.
Mohave County Board of Supervisors agreed to start rotating their biweekly meetings between Kingman, Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City, and potentially Colorado City.
Mohave County supervisors will vote on the possibility of creating a permanent position for a communication director. The issue seems to be divisive; its future should be determined during the next board meeting at 9:30 a.m. Monday, June 17, at the county’s Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.
Every day is a good day to adopt a pet, but For the Luv of Paws, a local domestic animal rescue and sanctuary thinks there’s no better way to celebrate Father’s Day than becoming a dad or a mom to an animal in need.
Beginning July 1, the recorders offices across the state will switch to a $30 flat fee per document.
These entities operate in the shadows but play a major role providing resources to the Kingman area
Every state has its own and Arizona cooperative extensions are managed by the University of Arizona.
Once a month, several Kingman ladies gather to play Bunco, an obscure 19th century indoor game, which started in England. Imported to San Francisco, it spread across America. Presently, it celebrates its big comeback – it was estimated that in 2006 27 million American women played it on a regular basis.
Sup. Buster Johnson of District 3 went to Washington, D.C. to testify against the Grand Canyon Centennial Protection Act, which if passed will make permanent a uranium mining ban set to expire in 2032 on 1 million acres of buffer zones north and south of the Grand Canyon.