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In a new world, cabs are holding their own

The Ubers and K-Cars on the road don’t faze Kingman Cab

Keith Nelson reads about Uber, the application-based transportation service with a dozen drivers in Kingman, and sees a few K-Cars on the road from a startup company in Prescott.

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July's local unemployment rate unchanged

Mohave County’s seasonally unadjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged at 6.1 percent in July, the Office of Economic Opportunity reported Thursday.

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St. Vincent de Paul launches website for St. Mary Conference Society

Better late than never, St. Vincent de Paul has launched a website for the St. Mary Conference Society that describes the mission of the nonprofit organization and provides links for client assistance.

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Public comment still sought for I-11

Civil engineers and designers working on Interstate 11 continue to seek public comment and alternative selections on the massive highway project that would link Mexico to Canada with an international trade corridor passing through Kingman.

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Goodwill store moving to shopping center

KINGMAN – Goodwill is moving into the former Bealls Outlet store in the shopping center anchored by Petco, PetSmart, Office Depot, Ross and Big Lots, with a scheduled grand opening of Oct. 13, a spokeswoman for the nonprofit organization said.

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MCC president wants students to finish their 2-year degrees

KINGMAN – Michael Kearns wants to raise the number of Mohave County residents with an associates degree by just 1 percent a year, which would require 320 graduates from Mohave Community College.

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Shoeboxes full of love for Christmas

Pat Tardiff has spent years helping to fill thousands of shoeboxes with Christmas gifts and sending them to impoverished children in Third World countries, touching their lives and giving them hope in desperate situations.

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Trash turned to treasure

Diego Estrada lives in a cramped studio apartment at The Gardens Rehab Center surrounded by birds, flowers and trees and other artwork he’s created from recycled trash.

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Secrets to turning your home into a bird refuge revealed at Friday’s wildlife series presentation

Living in the Mojave Desert has its perks, like looking outside your window and spotting a cottontail in your backyard, or watching a mother quail and her chicks march past your home.

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‘Art in Public Places’ program taking applications for new artwork

You don’t have to visit an art gallery or museum to see beautiful artwork.

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