Temperatures are forecast to drop and skies darken throughout the coming week in Kingman, with a more than 50% chance of precipitation forecast for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The Kingman Quilters Guild on Saturday, Nov. 16 held its 11th Annual Quilts of Valor Program, and presented local veterans with specialized, patriotic quilts in appreciation of their service.
The Kingman Police Department will host a hiring and recruitment information meeting from 6–8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20 at KPD, 2730 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The majority of Kingman’s Planning and Zoning Commission seems to agree that lines of sight for motorists are obstructed at numerous intersections throughout town.
The course opened in late October, and the City has high hopes for its future
With the growing popularity of disc golf nationwide, the City of Kingman wanted to offer local and out-of-town players a brand new course at which to compete and hone their craft.
Brian David Printup, arrested in March 2019 on charges related to transporting dangerous drugs for sale, was sentenced to four years in prison Friday, Nov. 1 after entering a guilty plea.
Kingman Regional Medical Center has received its second Hospital Safety Guide ‘A’-rating of the year, which Communications and Marketing Director Teri Williams says reinforces that KRMC is continuing to make progress in its service to the community.
City Council approved the entirety of its consent agenda in a single motion at its meeting Tuesday, Nov. 5.
It’s a bit early to tell, but City Council and staff have started discussions
Staff provided City Council with a brief overview of Foreign Trade Zones and how they could be utilized by Kingman at the last regularly scheduled council meeting.
The 17th annual Veterans Day Parade took place on Saturday, Nov. 9 in downtown Kingman.