An evidentiary hearing in the case of Justin James Rector is on schedule to commence at 9 a.m. July 11 in Mohave County Superior Court
A family moves to a Kingman home with more than enough space to accommodate them, or a retired couple settles down to spend their sunset years in the Heart of Route 66.
General Manager of Kingman’s JCPenney Jenny Fulwiler was one of only 80 recipients out of 860 stores for this year’s Founder’s Award, an accomplishment which she accredits to the hard work of her team and the loyalty of her customers.
Singer has been a lawyer for about 22 years and a judge for close to 16 years, “and it’s the thing I’m most proud of in my legal career,” he said of Veterans Treatment Court.
Judge Rick Lambert, who presided over the case, also made mention of what he called “selective prosecution” at the sentencing hearing.
He said some alternatives would be to use the money for the Kingman trail system or new shade structures and playground equipment at parks. Lingenfelter later said there are likely other community organizations, having specifically named the Club for YOUth, which could benefit from $57,000.
“The shelter is extremely full right now, we have a lot of beautiful dogs that need good homes and we would invite you to come out to both PetSmarts, Kingman and Bullhead City, and see if you would like to take one of them home,” said Susan Fosher of WAHS.
“In the citizen survey we asked them to provide what they thought were essential things that we needed to be working on, and of course, pavement preservation was at the top of that list,” said City Manager Ron Foggin in last week’s budget meeting.
His attorney, Daniel Kaiser, told Judge Derek Carlisle that Mitchell is “suffering from sepsis” and will be in the hospital “indefinitely.”
“We have put together a meeting with the City team and our consultants and the folks that have requested us to look into developing a development agreement and the CFD,” Foggin explained.