To come out a national winner in the first year of competition is pretty good. To receive that same award on an international level is even better.
Mohave County History | Prohibition had a variety of effects in Mohave County at least as early as 1916
The headline read “Woman drinks bootleg and shoots up town.”
Even more motorcycles than usual were parked out front of Mother Road Harley Davidson Wednesday morning.
The baton is coming to Kingman from Henderson, and there will be a handoff party at 11:30 a.m. April 10 at Mother Road Harley, 2501 Beverly Ave. The Mohave County chapter of the Women in the Wind motorcycle group – the Cactus Cuties – will be there to hand the baton off to a group of women from a San Diego chapter.
It takes a little bit of hope and a whole community of support to open a business and keep it operating.
From one little ad to a nation and world of lady motorcyclists. And there is a chapter right here in Mohave County
Women in the Wind all started with an ad. An ad in the classifieds section that simply read “Attention Lady Bikers.”
A stash of gold ingots could be buried with the remains of a stagecoach near Beale Springs, or it could just be another legend lost to time
Most legends contain just enough truth to spark imagination. There are just enough facts to make the story easy to follow, but not enough to easily track, through history or on modern maps.
It is a piece of American history and culture that lives on to this day right here in Kingman, in the likes of stride jazz pianist Mike Lipskin and jazz vocalist Dinah Lee.
She was 8-years-old when she started her first job as a cowboy hats saleswoman.
At the first note, the first press of the keys, it fills the room. Energy, vibrance, dancing. Beaded dresses swirling in a colorful array. Clusters of bodies fill the dance floor, feet moving to the striding fingers on the piano.