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City fights rumors with facts

The City of Kingman has recently started to address local rumors on its website and here are a few misconceptions heard throughout town the City wants to debunk.

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Rezone near Slaughterhouse Canyon Road could pave way for subdivision

Planning and Zoning commissioners unanimously approved the rezoning of a property off Slaughterhouse Canyon Road to allow for an approximate 47-home subdivision, but noted that there will be additional considerations before construction can begin.

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City prepares for new Council, tax rate

Kingman’s new City Council members will be sworn in Dec. 4, according to the City of Kingman.

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Former WAVE business manager pleads not guilty to felony theft charges

Long was in court for two cases. In the first she is facing three felony counts including theft, theft of a credit card and fraudulent use of a credit card.

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Whiskers and Wine presents a Cowboy Christmas

Tickets for the fundraiser, set for 6 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Grand Events Center, 515 E. Beale St., are $50 and available at the humane society located at 950 Buchanan St.

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City receives complaints, inquiries on shed setback requirements

The cities of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Flagstaff, like Kingman, do not require building permits for accessory structures less than 200 square feet. But Scottsdale requires Planning Services staff to review the site plan prior to accessory structure placement, and Flagstaff requires a zoning permit.

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Men arrested in narcotic bust arraigned

Darren Roy Hartwick is facing three felony counts including possession of narcotic drugs for sale, possession of drug paraphernalia, and child abuse by domestic violence.

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Discharging a firearm: it’s more than point and shoot

The Kingman Force on Force virtual range simulator requires critical thinking to make it through active-shooter scenarios

“At the range, normally you shoot at paper, you can’t even move too much,” Luca Zanna, owner of Force on Force, said. “Here, now for the first time, you can shoot in situations that are realistic."

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KAA litigation, audit costs City $328,000

“We have a second case that we proceeded with that was against the attorneys for KAA as well as the KAA board,” Cooper said. “And that was the fact that the City was arguing that they were liable for the uses of the moneys that they are using to pay for the defense of this case.”

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Council declines to extend manufactured home allowances

When asked by the mayor about how many south-side parcels would be affected by any change, Principal Planner Rich Ruggles said there are about 40 undeveloped parcels that could house manufactured homes should the ordinance be changed.

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