Kingman Academy of Learning students, celebrated the last day of September by wearing a gold ribbon to spread awareness for childhood cancer.
Mohave County receives visitors from every corner of the world to learn about the area’s vast history.
Kingman Center for the Arts has more time to collect donations to renovate Beale Street Theater.
It’s a tale as old as time, the story of a beauty and a beast.
Western Arizona Council of Governments is hosting a mental health first aid training.
Stacy Klippenstein always enjoyed educational environments
Stacy Klippenstein started this summer as the new Mohave Community College President.
Beale Street Theater presents ‘The Legend of the Lone Texas Walker Ranger’
His name is on the poster so therefore he is the most important cowboy to ever roam the southwest. He is the Lone Texas Walker Ranger.
Mike Britt hosts Nashville artists in the Hualapais for songwriter showcase
Although he doesn’t sing or play the guitar, he writes songs for those that have the vocal chords and can strum to the lyrics.
Kingman Area Books Are Magic Festival is having its 14th annual Book Festival and second annual Writer’s Conference.
Kingman Golden Valley Association of Realtors is hosting a charity event by showing the 1970s horror-comedic-musical film adaptation “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” a screenplay by Richard O’Brien.
Mohave Republican Forum held its monthly meeting Wednesday and the guest speakers were Kingman Unified School District Superintendent Gretchen Dorner, KUSD Finance Director Ahron Sherman, former KUSD superintendent Roger Jacks and Bruce Ricca, KUSD board member.
Kingman Center for the Arts’ renovation will yield fully functioning theater
The building has been a movie theater, a thrift shop, a church, a music store, a shoe repair shop and possibly other things.
The smell of pumpkin is in the air and October will be here in a blink of an eye.
Applications for 2020 Fire Academy are now being accepted
Most kids growing up dreaming of being a police officer, teacher, astronaut or firefighter.
A clean city is a happy city. And to that end, River Cities United Way is making sure weeds are pulled and trash is picked up around Kingman through its annual Day of Caring event.
Lace up those sneakers and get ready to run during the Mohave County Sheriff’s Public Outreach Program Reach Out Ranch Run Saturday, Sept. 7.
Teachers at Cerbat Elementary School received donations to help kids further their education and make it easier.
National Grandparents Day is Sunday, so White Cliffs Senior Living is hosting a Community Celebration for Grandparents Day.
Educator’s each day try to make a difference in a student’s life whether it be one-on-one in the classroom or at a higher level as an administrator.
Kingman Center for the Arts has a new feature on its website that shows how many donations they have received as part of the Angle Homes Matching Grant Challenge.
A topic in education that always comes back during the first few weeks of school is that teachers and students are always in need of supplies.
As an educator it’s important to have a mutually respectful relationship with their students. It’s never OK to have a relationship that exceeds a student-teacher relationship.
Hualapai Elementary School has a new loveseat and sofa in its lobby thanks to Arizona Furniture.
Going back to school means for some children getting new things, like clothes, school supplies and shoes, but others aren’t so fortunate.
A beautiful gown, sparkly shoes and a chance to win the crown.
Kingmanites saw locals, major leaguers play in their own backyard during the 1900s
All it takes is a bat, a ball, gloves, a field and 18 players.
The Kingman Middle School band is putting down the instruments and picking up sponges to wash cars for its fundraiser Saturday.
Due to the community’s effort, Kingman Academy of Learning and Kingman Unified School District will be able to provide less-fortunate students with school supplies.
It’s been a few weeks into the new school year and some students in the Kingman Unified School District are in new schools as a result of enrollment changes that occurred early in the year.
The smell of burning rubber is getting closer as the Kingman Route 66 Street Drags event is getting near.
Nonprofit organizations are a staple in the community that comes together to make a difference in someone else’s life or the greater community.
The Arizona Claus Cause is looking for car enthusiasts to register for its last car show of the year, Summer’s End Car Show at the College.
Regina Cobb took a trip down memory lane to the schools her daughters once attended.
Kingman Center for the Arts is hosting its 6-by-6 on Route 66 fundraiser to benefit activities hosted at The Gallery.
Golden Valley Pet Recovery members dedicate their time rescuing pets
They also raise money to spay and neuter pets for those who can’t afford it because it’s a way to help with the overpopulation of pets in shelters.
One-hundred wonderful years Alphia Dunlop has been on Earth.
New high school principal, future executive director look forward to impacting students at charter school
There is nothing like the sound of the first bell, on the first day of school. On Monday students from Kingman Academy of Learning will head back to school.
The children at Building Blocks Preschool have a new basketball hoop to play with during recess thanks to a donation made by Nucor Steel Kingman, LLC and Lifetime Products.
A recent Lee Williams High School graduate has the opportunity of a lifetime at her fingertips. Shai Weaver has earned a full-ride scholarship to The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in Manhattan, but she has to raise money to get closer to her dreams.
Monday was a record-breaking day for Kingman when the temperature outside reached 107 degrees, which broke the previous record high of 105 degrees set in 1986 and 1998.
A local family is asking for the help of the community to raise money for funeral expenses for their son.
Max is a toy poodle that lives with his loving owners.
It took 30 seconds for Judge Derek Carlisle to mute Donald Cory Dehar during a Thursday hearing for discussion on the results of a Rule 11 examination, which assesses a defendant’s mental capacity.
The clouds have been teasing Kingmanites for the past few days, and on Wednesday, they finally gave in and gave us some moisture.
Gym class. The class where students are required to run a mile, dodge some balls and suit out into gym clothes. Now that it’s almost time to go about their day and change back into everyday clothes.
Pencils, notebooks and backpacks are essentials for a student’s first day of school. Mission Bank is hosting its 17th annual School Supply Drive “Our Town Cares!”
A neon blue rock brings death to those who touch it
Up in the Cerbat Mountains, a blue light beams from the range. Some say the blue beam is near Cherum Peak. Although this glowing rock may look like nothing seen before in nature, it is known to bring instant death to those who touch it.
Students and teachers attending Kingman Unified School District return to school Wednesday. But before that first bell rings parents should be aware what time school starts.
Hackberry Elementary School District is heading back to school Wednesday, July 24 and that means students will get free breakfasts and lunches throughout the school year.
The 2019-2020 school year is just around the corner. Kingman Unified School District spent the first half of the week preparing and training its new teachers during New Teacher Inductions.