It was a bright sunny day, perfect for flying a kite.
It’s Monday morning and you realize your alarm didn’t go off so now you’re late for work. You scurry, trying to get ready and make sure you have everything you need for the day. You may be thinking, “How can this day get any worse?” As you leave your home you notice your car isn’t parked outside where you left it, or it’s been defaced, or there’s your wallet missing from the glove compartment.
For the Kingman High School senior class of 2018 Monday night was a big accomplishment full of family, friends, laughs, and tears.
For the long weekend coming up if pop, folk, bluegrass, western and country music is something you enjoy, then why not go to Diana’s Cellar Door Wine Bar and listen to Doug Barnett perform?
Job posting left many wondering if Deputy Chief Cooper was leaving
If you have scrolled through the City of Kingman website you may have noticed there is a job opening for a Deputy Police Chief at the Kingman Police Department. It doesn’t’ meant Rusty Cooper, the current deputy chief, is going anywhere.
After sitting at the entrance to Interstate 40 for nearly 40 years when it was first a Pioneer Chicken, the building at 3152 Stockton Hill Road was demolished Monday.
Children are full of dreams, goals and aspirations. They want to be doctors, lawyers, teachers, or probably the next soccer star. Children can even think about traveling the world when they’re older, or about if they want to have children of their own and get married. Their minds are full of imagination and curiosity.
Serving in the military takes a lot of pride, courage, and strength. A husband being away from his wife and children. A mother having to hug her daughter goodbye as she leaves to serve overseas. Regardless of the circumstances, as a country we are proud of our servicemen and women.
Between two routes, around 1,000 motorcyclists made their way through Kingman Wednesday afternoon during their Run of the Wall and stopped at the Mother Road Harley Davidson, 2501 Beverly Ave., for some lunch.
Willow had many litters of puppies and some were rescued, but no one is sure what happened to the others. Her home was a den made out of bushes.