Category: Bullhead City

MOSS MINE EARNS FINAL PERMIT FROM ADEQ

The Northern Vertex Mining Corp. is pleased to announce the receipt of the final Aquifer Protection Permit #P-511225 signed by Water Quality Division Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. P-511225 is issued to Golden Vertex Corp., the Company’s wholly owned Arizona subsidiary, and operator of the Moss Mine, about seven miles east of Bullhead City. “The delivery of this significant amendment, on schedule, as promised, is a company milestone,” said Kenneth Berry, President and CEO. “All of our bonding is in place and this is the final permitting document required prior to our commencement of commercial production. Construction continues in...

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COUNTY PONDERS BIG TOP BAN

Supervisor Steve Moss believes it’s time for Mohave County to consider regulatory initiative that makes a statement against the abuse of exotic animals that are part of circus or other traveling entertainment shows. Moss was part of the majority of an April 17, 3-2 Board vote directing the county attorney’s office to delve deeper into the matter. Moss told colleagues that he used to oppose regulatory considerations targeting traveling animal shows for fear of adverse impact for area animal sanctuaries and local rodeo culture. But he said information from the Animal Defender’s International organization and others have him reconsidering...

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BURGLAR ALARM LEADS TO BULLHEAD DRUG BUST

  Police responding to an alarm at a commercial property ended up making a drug bust in Bullhead City. Officers were dispatched at 7:00 a.m. on April 17 to the business in the 2400 block of highway 95. Police spokeswoman Emily Fromelt said officers determined that the door to the business had been kicked in but that it didn’t appear that anything had been stolen. She said a witness told officers that a male suspect left the area in a lime green car driven by a female. Fromelt said police quickly loated the suspect vehicle parked off the road...

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LOCAL JUDGE APPOINTED FOR SUPREME COURT CASE

The Honorable Charles W. Gurtler Jr. was recently appointed to serve on a case pending before the Supreme Court of Arizona. One of the newly appointed Justice’s has a conflict with a pending case and Judge Gurtler was willing to serve and has been appointed to sit in place of the Justice to hear the matter. While hearing this matter he will have the same powers and duties of a Justice of the Supreme Court. This assignment recognizes the skill and respect Judge Gurtler has acquired and highlights the fact he is uniquely qualified to assist the Court in...

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COLD WATER TEMPERATURE PUBLIC SAFETY REMINDER

Arizona’s rising temperatures are signaling that the summer heat isn’t far off and some residents are already eyeing area lakes, looking to hit the water. With that in mind, the Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds watercraft users that while temperatures may be warm, water temperatures remain between the 50s and 60s at many of Arizona’s boating havens. “Undoubtedly, we have seen phenomenally beautiful weather lately, but that hasn’t done much to warm up our lakes,” said AZGFD Boating Safety Education coordinator Josh Hoffman. “The current lake temperatures would be quite a shock on the system if you were...

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