Student’s around the nation and state participated in Kick Butts Day, which is to encourage young people to be tobacco-free, reject tobacco companies, and help make the next generation tobacco-free.
Grab those bikes and helmets because the Fifth Annual Madix Bike Ride is 1-3 p.m. Saturday at Kingman Academy of Learning Intermediate School (3419 Harrison St.).
Local filmmakers, Brian Brown and Victoria Remus combined forces to bring the city of Kingman a film festival. They have both worked previously with the Laughlin International Film Festival but decided to bring the experience home to Kingman.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction candidates spoke at the Mohave Republican Forum meeting Wednesday and touched on how to get teachers more money, improving school security and bullying.
Celebrating math with Pi-licious events
There’s a pie cooling on a windowsill on a March afternoon at Kingman Academy Middle school.
Prepare those vocal chords and practice those acting skills because Beale Street Theater is hosting auditions for the upcoming show “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.”
Learning is the best thing anyone can do in life. For a child, it’s a daily task starting at the age of five. For this one child in particular, school was something she loved.
Attention quilters and non-quilters, Connie’s Quilters Hide-A-Way is having their “Quilt Pink for Life” fundraiser, which helps collect money for breast cancer patients at KRMC.
Yolanda Portillo had no idea what was in store for her when she was called down to Gracie’s Vintage to see some things that might interest her.
Arizona is concerned many charter schools are closing their doors due to financial woes and have failed to meet standards set by the State Board for Charter Schools, according to a report by The Arizona Republic.