The Lewis Kingman Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 at Kingman Regional Medical Center’s Mohave Conference Room, 3269 Stockton Hill Road.
Michele Conley, whose daughter Sami Voytilla took her life in January 2018, wonders if things could’ve been different had a stigma not existed around mental health
Parents want the best for their children in all aspects of life, with most striving to do all they can to set younger generations up for success.
St. Vincent de Paul provides a plethora of services to those in need around the world, and here in Kingman, local volunteers are calling on the community to help them help others.
Chrystal Lee Himmelright, 41 of Golden Valley, one of two people charged in connection with the alleged taking of a cash-filled suitcase from Walmart in June 2018, will spend three years on probation following a short stint in Mohave County jail.
The Friends of Mohave County Animal Shelter and Help Animals Lives Today stopped by the Mohave Community College Neal Campus Friday, Sept. 6 to spread some love and find forever homes for animals.
Doughboy, Sailor and the World War I Monument as a whole at Mohave County Superior Court has a fresh new look that honors the sacrifices made during the Great War.
The Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce is challenging local businesses to decorate their storefronts in honor of Andy Devine Days, an effort that chamber President and CEO Becky Fawson believes will further build a spirit of community in Kingman.
Land use and infrastructure matters dominated the consent agenda during Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
With the sunset of the City of Kingman’s waiver of commercial building fees set for Sept. 30, City Council on Tuesday created an Infill Incentive District that will seek to promote commercial development downtown and along Route 66.
Three years after being raided by the Drug Enforcement Agency, what was once Smokin’ Body Jewelry has a new look
About three years after Smokin’ Body Jewelry in downtown Kingman was raided by multiple law enforcement agencies, a structure that some see as an eyesore received a makeover courtesy of the City of Kingman and the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce.