Dennie Hedges faces an issue that many other Kingman-area families are dealing with during the coronavirus pandemic - how do I feed my children while they aren’t in school?
Kingman-area athletes hope to play again, but it doesn’t look good after AIA pushes hiatus to April 10
Morgan Stephens and the rest of the Kingman High School softball seniors never imagined a situation where they might not get to finish their final season.
Every athlete enjoys hearing the words “Play Ball” before a game, but local Little League squads will have to wait to hear that phrase.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s Executive Board has decided not to postpone or cancel the spring championship season due to COVID-19.
I’ve been a sports fan for longer than I can remember and the affect that coronavirus is having on the teams I love is a difficult pill to swallow.
Sometimes all is takes is a little momentum and a squad becomes unstoppable on its way to a championship.
The City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Department isn’t trying to strike fear into the community, but that doesn’t mean it won’t take the necessary steps to avoid the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has yet to directly affect Kingman-area schools, but they are on high alert to ensure it doesn’t become an issue.
Kingman Academy High School’s Jake Scott didn’t hesitate to take advantage on his home course Tuesday as the senior shot a 1-over-par 37 to help lead the Tigers to a win against Williams at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course.
Mistakes are bound to happen, but the key is keeping them to a minimum.