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Kingman City Council raises pay for future members

Vice Mayor Travis Lingenfelter and Councilwoman Jamie Scott Stehly were the only two members of city council to vote against salary increases for future councilmembers in 2020 and 2022.

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Annie’s Art Attic in Kingman donates $500 to Our Daily Bread

Annie’s Art Attic recently presented Our Daily Bread with a check for $500 to help the latter provide food for numerous local organizations, schools and people in need.

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Kingman parks commission to discuss projects Feb. 19

The Parks, Aquatics, Recreation and Golf Commission will receive updates on Sunbelt Park and the ongoing parks and recreation master plan at its meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19 in council chambers, 310 N. Fourth St.

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Kingman Chamber to host new event: ‘Bluesin’ Off Beale’

Tickets are now available for Bluesin’ Off Beale, a Mardi Gras celebration that will not only provide attendees with food and music, but give them the opportunity to support their local chamber of commerce.

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Pearl Harbor or Bust: Kingman Young Marines need the community’s help to attend the 2020 Pearl Harbor Memorial Commemoration in Hawaii

Kingman Young Marines want to honor and memorialize veterans who served and were lost during the Dec. 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor attack, but to do so, they need the community’s help.

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Changes made to Kingman City Council meeting procedure

City council meetings will now begin at 5 p.m. instead of 6 p.m.

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Stumpf sentenced to 16 years for 2nd-degree murder

Bradley Allen Stumpf's plea agreement dictated that he could be incarcerated for between 10 and 20 years.

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Construction Day: Event will give Kingman contractors a chance to build their workforce of the future

High-paying jobs – $30 to $40 per hour – await those willing to enter the construction trades.

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Flagstaff firm lands 8th Street underpass project in Kingman

Kingman City Council awarded the bid for 8th Street underpass drainage and roadway improvements to Kinney Construction of Flagstaff at the Tuesday, Feb. 4 meeting, but prior to the vote, Councilwoman Jamie Scott Stehly inquired as to why a local contractor was not selected for the project.

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Kingman Parks Plan: Public suggests aquatic center, rec center, lighting, and trails, trails and more trails

Local residents, while generally happy with services provided by the Kingman Parks and Recreation Department, recognize there is always more that can be done to improve livability in Kingman.

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