Category: Arizona

I-40 IMPROVEMENTS EAST OF KINGMAN

To address the beating a section of Interstate 40 just west of Williams has taken over many winters, the Arizona Department of Transportation will begin reconstructing five miles of roadway in both directions on Monday, July 24. The $34 million project, which will start with the eastbound direction between mileposts 156 and 161, will literally rebuild the roadway from the ground up, including laying a new foundation. Drivers heading east on I-40 toward Williams and Flagstaff will cross the median on a temporary road and share lanes with westbound I-40 traffic through the project area, with one lane of...

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FORGERY SUSPECT AT WORK IN FORT MOHAVE

  Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is warning the public regarding Thomas Charles Boehner, 51, who commits fraudulent crimes. The last known address for Boehner is in Illinois and he is known to be a traveler. Boehner recently purchased over $500 dollars of merchandise at a business in Fort Mohave with a fraudulent check. Everything on the check that Boehner used was fake including the name of the bank, the banks address, the account business name and business address. Investigations have determined that Boehner has 7 outstanding warrants, out of 5 different states, for forgery and related offenses. Boehner is...

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MUDSHARK BREWERY LAUDED

Lake Havasu City has created a Certificate of Recognition Program to recognize individuals, groups, and businesses for their water conservation efforts. On Monday July 17, Mayor Mark S. Nexsen, along with Briana Morgan, Lake Havasu City’s Water Conservation Specialist and Dr. Doyle Wilson, Lake Havasu City’s Water Resource Coordinator, presented Mudshark Brewery with the certificate. Mayor Nexsen said, “Many businesses and individuals take great strides to conserve water in Lake Havasu City, and we should be recognizing them for their efforts. Their endeavor is exactly what the Vision 20/20 Revitalization Plan strives to achieve, so that Lake Havasu City...

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NO CHIEF CHIRPING AT NACFD MEETING

There was no public discussion of the highlight item at the July 20 meeting of the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District governing board (nacfd). Though it was likely addressed during a 30-minute executive session, the selection process and hiring of a fire chief was not addressed during the public portion of the meeting and the matter was tabled until next month. There was discussion of some insurance coverage complexities and direction to interim Chief Wayne Eder to work through them. The concern involves bridging a possible gap in liability coverage as the district transitions from one carrier to another....

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PELLET GUN ASSAULT

Bullhead City Police were called to Western Arizona Regional Medical Center early Thursday morning for a report of a man who was shot with a pellet air rifle multiple times. The victim and his girlfriend reported that 61-year-old Terry Harold James gave them a car ride and James became angry. He stopped the vehicle in the 600 block of Marina Boulevard and told them to get out. James then reportedly grabbed a pellet air rifle and started shooting at them. The male was struck about 6 times. The female was not struck. According to medical personnel, the victim will...

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