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Digitally addicted? Putting down electronics is possible, just ask students in Kingman

Phone and social media usage isn’t a major problem during school hours, but Victory said that inappropriate postings outside of that window can affect students when they get back to school.

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Miles to represent Kingman at AAED symposium

Multiple Arizona cities are preparing for the economic boom that could come with the further construction of Interstate 11, and Vice Mayor Jen Miles says that Kingman is one of them.

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P&Z Commission discusses outdoor screening, tiny homes

Tiny homes are becoming popular throughout the U.S., and the phenomenon has recently made its way to Kingman.

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Council approves archway construction contract

“It’s bed tax supplemented by bed tax,” Bacon said of the project’s funding.

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Market conditions holding back Kingman Airport and Industrial Park, director says

There’s more going on at the Kingman Airport and Industrial Park than meets the eye.

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Grant funds could help with Kingman’s roads

Bill Shilling told City Council at last week’s regularly scheduled meeting there are potential projects Kingman could embark on which could receive Community Development Block Grant funds for 2018.

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Brill announces 4th District candidacy

Dr. David Brill of Prescott has announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives from Arizona’s 4th Congressional District, an office currently held by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Prescott).

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There is increasing evidence linking REM sleep problems and dementia

At the end of the study, AAN found that 32 individuals of the 321 who participated developed dementia, with 24 developing Alzheimer's Disease.

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City to focus on strategy for EDD

In addition to providing thoughts on how Kingman can work to develop a successful economic development department at Tuesday’s Council meeting, Interim City Manager Jim Bacon also laid out areas of emphasis for the City to focus on within its strategic plan.

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Delivery drones could be on their way to Arizona

Starship Technologies' drones are capable of delivering packages of up to 20 pounds to homes within a two-mile radius.

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