Category: Bullhead City

VEHICLE THEFT PREVENTION AWARENESS EVENT

   The Bullhead City Police Department will be participating in the 12th Annual Statewide Vehicle Theft Prevention & Awareness Event, which is a coordinated effort between the Arizona Automobile Theft Authority (AATA) and law enforcement agencies to reduce stolen vehicles.    The Bullhead City Police Department is inviting the public to its parking lot, 1255 Marina Boulevard, on Thursday, March 30th from 2 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., where officers will be on hand to educate and provide tools and resources to prevent vehicle thefts. Officers will provide free VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) Etching and information on the Watch Your...

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SCHOOLS BEGIN KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT THURSDAY

All four Bullhead City Elementary School District grade schools will be enrolling and registering new kindergarten students on March 30 for the fall semester.  The annual Kindergarten Round-Up  is for new students who will turn five years old by August 31 of this year. Kindergarten Round-Up will be held at Coyote Canyon, Desert Valley, Diamondback and Sunrise Elementary Schools from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm. “This is an opportunity for parents to start the school registration process early and not have to wait until the last minute,” said Superintendent Riley Frei.  “It’s also a chance for parents to find...

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MOHAVE COMMUNITY COLLEGE HOLDS LINE ON TUITION

While most colleges and universities are raising tuition rates, Mohave Community College will not, making it one of the most affordable, accredited higher education institutions in America. At the March meeting of the MCC Board of Governors, College administrators recommended tuition remain unchanged and the board unanimously agreed. “We understand most colleges and universities are raising tuition rates, but we also understand the position of our students and community members who are working, raising families and want to strive to improve their lives through higher education,” said MCC President Michael Kearns. “Our students and community are our priority, and...

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ANNUAL SNAKE CAUTION

As the weather warms up, snakes come out of hibernation. Bullhead City Animal Care & Welfare (ACW) would like to remind people to be extra careful as we enter the springtime.      “This is the time of year when snakes emerge in search of food and to mate,” said ACW Bureau Manager Bradley Oliver. “Animal Care & Welfare Officers respond to calls of snakes that are found inside or at the entry and exits of a residence or business, and snakes that are blocking entry to your vehicle”. Here are some tips from Bullhead City Animal Care & Welfare: ·        ...

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