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Waiting for a SIGN: America’s, and Kingman’s, Deaf communities feel forgotten

It is not known how many deaf and hard-of-hearing people live in the U.S. and this fact is telling.

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Flag incinerator would cost Mohave County $50,000

As assigned, county staff is returning to the Mohave County Board of Supervisors with a report on the estimated cost of purchasing and operating a county-owned incinerator to retire tattered American flags.

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Kingman’s traveling vinyl record store finds a home

Shady Grove Records of Kingman, until now a traveling record store, has found a home at 525 E. Andy Devine Ave.

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Nissan brings Canadian automotive journalists to tour Route 66

Have you ever wondered why Route 66 and Kingman attracts so many Chinese tourists recently?

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Snow problem: County to study road closure policies after storm

Did Mohave County make a dangerous situation worse during the Thanksgiving storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on the Hualapai Mountains?

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Prescott woman runs against Gosar and ‘rise of socialism’

Anne Marie Ward, a 29-year-old small business owner and consultant from Prescott Valley, will challenge U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Prescott) in the Arizona 4th Congressional District Republican primary in 2020.

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Dog gone: Supervisors chase dogs from county facilities

Mohave County facilities are places where people do people business, not places to be fearful of or disrupted by an animal.

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Fresh Christmas trees growing in popularity

From Oregon with love

The Christmas shopping season is under way. The Christmas tree shopping season, not so much.

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Parks Department will make snow for this year’s Winter Wonderland

This year’s Hualapai Winter Wonderland event on Saturday, Dec. 14 will be white no matter what.

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Census committee buys promotional materials

The Census 2020 Complete Committee members met Nov. 20 and made a shopping list of promotional materials to purchase with the money allocated by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors.

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