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Kingman’s Powerhouse Visitor Center is living up to its name

The Powerhouse Visitor Center that houses the City’s Tourism Division is one of the most comprehensive in the state, Tourism Services Manager Josh Noble told Council Tuesday, a statement corroborated by positive feedback from tourists, and the increase in visitation and gift shop revenue the center has seen in the last year.

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Sales tax increase performing better than expected

Construction tax collections improve 22 percent

Part of the data Moline presented excluded the additional 1 percent increase so as to enable the City to accurately compare figures from fiscal years 2016, 2017 and 2018.

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Council takes steps toward joining opioid litigation

Keller Rohrback is one of 12 firms appointed by Ohio federal Judge Dan Polster to represent counties, cities and tribes wanting to bring lawsuits related to the opioid epidemic.

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Humuh Meditation and Dharma Center helps you achieve a peaceful mind

The center is open to anyone who wishes to meditate, learn to meditate, or want to have a quiet place to unwind from the pressures of daily life and relax.

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Bond raised to $1 million for suspect in Hoover Dam standoff

Sipe explained that he would not lower the bond based on the serious charges Wright faces. In fact, he found the $25,000 bond to be “an extremely low bond in these types of cases.”

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Rep. Paul Mosley faces fallout for alleged speeding incident

In an apologetic statement on his Facebook page, Mosley wrote that his “jokes about frequently driving over 100 mile per hour during my 3-hour commute to and from the Capitol were entirely inappropriate and showed extremely bad judgement on my part, for which I am truly sorry.”

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Carjack suspect's prior robbery conviction could play role in sentencing if found guilty

Williams-Gardner’s attorney, Robin Puchek, said Monday that a list of defenses has been filed, which includes a defense of duress of necessity. That defense is applicable when a defendant is forced by natural circumstances to choose between two evils, and the criminal act is the lesser evil.

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Getting down and dirty: 40th annual Mighty Mud Mania

Shawn Bell Sr. has been going to Mighty Mud Mania since 1999 and said he likes to take off work so he can participate. And it’s not just his children who enjoy splashing and racing in the mud, as he plans on taking first again this year.

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Public comment stirs up commission meeting

Commission Chair Gary Fredrickson said that many of Kingman’s streets are 30-feet wide, and two cars being parked on either side of the street makes for a dangerous situation.

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Walleck Ranch Park shooting suspect could face additional charge

The state may also look to add assisting a criminal street gang to Bell’s charges, in addition to charging two others who may have been involved in the incident, one of whom is a minor, with the same.

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