October is cancer awareness month, and I can’t help but reflect on the effects these deadly diseases have had on my family and me.
A Route 66 Wine Festival is making its debut appearance downtown this weekend.
A new youth center that focuses on peer interaction is set to open in northern Kingman the first Friday of November.
For Pastor Bob Peet, it isn’t about religion. It’s about giving youth a safe place.
In a special meeting Tuesday, Council tackles the interchanges discussion
KINGMAN – City Manager John Dougherty will get to continue working until the end of his contract after a 4-3 vote failed to put him on administrative leave.
When only 20 percent of arson cases result in an arrest, what do we really know about the local firebug?
Fire is a beautiful, destructive force. In a manner of minutes, an entire forest can be aflame or an abandoned house could be engulfed. Some fires are accidents, some are not.
The decision to not renew City Manager John Dougherty’s contract was based on his self-evaluation, an aggregate council evaluation and an “inability to adequately achieve the performance measures and expectations set forth by the Council,” Mayor Monica Gates wrote in an email to the Daily Miner.
Computers are everywhere.
KINGMAN – After an executive session Sept. 19, Kingman City Council voted not to renew city manager John Dougherty’s contract. This decision, which came after a shocking performance evaluation earlier in September, was not surprising to Dougherty.
It was a brisk Saturday evening outside the Desert Diamond Distillery, though the chill didn’t deter people from enjoying cocktails and cigars on the patio.