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Mohave County cooking healthy

There's a healthy cooking class at Kingman Seventh-day Adventist Church

That fact that Shellie Stein is spending her birthday teaching a Sunday cooking class at Kingman Seventh-day Adventist Church, 3180 White Cliff Rd. is telling.

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Gould, Gillette face public criticism over remarks

The discussion continues on racially charged comments made by Planning and Zoning Commissioner LaJuana Gillette, and statements made by the man who appointed her that some believe were homophobic.

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Keeping up with the census

Crucial decisions will be made during the Mohave County Census 2020 Complete Count Committee Meeting at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21 at the County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.

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Contracts top county supervisors’ agenda

The Mohave County Board of Supervisors will meet at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 19 at the County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.

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Things that growl, creep and crawl in the night

Arizona insects and animals to steer clear of

From mountain lions and black bears, to scorpions, spiders and snakes, Arizona hosts a deadly array of insects, reptiles and mammals.

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I-40: Deadliest highway in Arizona

Interstate 40 is the deadliest highway in Arizona. An average of 35 fatal crashes take place on this freeway each year.

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New poll shows health care still critical issue for Arizonans

Arizonans still rate health care a critical issue and continuously assess their leaders' records on health issues, according to Public Policy Polling, a Democratic polling company from North Carolina.

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Fee-free day slated for Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Lake Mead National Recreation Area, 10 Lakeshore Road, Boulder City, Nevada, invites everybody to take advantage of a fee free day.

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Victoria’s keto bagels are gaining international recognition

Victoria Poe of Victoria’s Sugar Shack, 1455 Northern Ave., received an international recognition award for an innovative product she has been making.

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Will legal recreational marijuana make local economy smoking hot?

Arizona is debating legalizing recreation marijuana in 2020. What would that mean to the Kingman area?

When the marijuana industry pushed for legalization of recreational marijuana in 2016, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, the Arizona Chamber of Commerce, and big utility companies pushed back. But things have changed since then, with the public being more accepting of cannabis, and due to the size of marijuana-related operations in Arizona, now worth millions of dollars.

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