Working at the City of Kingman’s visitor center at the Powerhouse, Tim Wilson sees a lot of bicyclists riding through town, like the woman he met recently with a prosthetic leg who was bicycling coast to coast.
Noted author and Route 66 ambassador Jim Hinckley will be signing his latest book, “100 Things To Do on Route 66 Before You Die,” during Saturday’s Chillin’ on Beale Street car show in downtown Kingman from 4-7 p.m.
What started as an Andy Devine Days parade entry as Santa and Mrs. Claus riding in their 1927 Ford T-Bucket “Santa Sleigh” has evolved into the nonprofit AZ Claus Cause that brings Christmas gifts to underprivileged children and the elderly.
Mohave County Superior Court Judge Steven Moss ruled Monday that the City of Kingman must pay attorney fees and other costs pending final judgment in the case, which has not been entered.
Johnson said the photographs he showed were from public records, along with descriptions of the property, and veterinarians testified to the animal abuse.
Zachery Henry, press secretary for Ward, said the radio ad is unrelated to the PAC, and he did not know how the Mercer contribution would be spent.
“We’ve heard people claim we’re not quick enough on getting FOIA back,” said Supervisor Buster Johnson, who placed the item on the regular agenda.
Wesley and Niki Tillmann see downtown Kingman as the land of opportunity, having opened their apparel and printing store on Beale Street in March. They do silk screen printing for their own clothing brand, as well as custom orders for direct-to-garment printing, banners, business cards and flyers.
American Woodmark employees are putting together a health and wellness program after attending a workshop in May presented by Healthy Arizona Worksites Program in Phoenix.
Build it, and they won’t come.