Category: Bullhead City

TOWNSEND LAUNCHES RECALL FOR BURGESS BOND SUPPORT

A member of the Colorado River Union High School District is the target of a recall campaign filed with the Mohave County School Superintendent’s office. Superintendent Mike File said the Taxpayers in Action political action committee, headed by John Townsend, filed papers May 22 proposing the recall of Kerry Burgess. A submitted statement indicated that the ouster effort is entirely focused on Burgess’ support of the $35-million bond issue passed by voters last November. More than $32-million will fund construction of a multipurpose field house facility. File said 3,139 valid petition signatures must be gathered by September 18 to...

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FOUR LEGGED FRIENDS READY FOR ADOPTION

Pretty soon, the kids will be out of school and there will be more time to spend with family. Why not add a four-legged friend to your home this summer? During the entire month of June, the Bullhead City Animal Care and Welfare shelter is hosting a “Summer Lovin – Empty the Shelter” program, sponsored by Swanty’s of Bullhead City. Interested pet owners will receive a discounted adoption price of just $30! (All dogs and cats will have to be spay/neutered and vaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian before going home). Please also help make the shelter bright and...

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EL RIO HOSTS HOLIDAY GOLF TOURNAMENT

  The El Rio Golf & Country Club will host a Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 27 to support Helping Honored Heroes, Inc., a Veteran’s Service organization committed to helping veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) by providing fully trained service dogs to Veterans, Law Enforcement officers and other First responders. The tournament is open to all golfers and begins at 8:30AM, located at 1 El Rio Paseo, Hwy 95, in Mohave Valley, Arizona. The entry fee for golf & lunch is $100 There are cash prizes, raffles and lunch afterwards. Helping Honored Heroes, Inc. an Arizona Non-Profit was...

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MOSQUITO FOGGING MONDAY

Mosquito surveillance conducted this week by the Mohave County Environmental Health Division (MCEHD) revealed two locations that met the protocol to conduct fogging.  The MCEHD uses the CDC’s recommended matrix as a guide of when to fog.  FOGGING: Adult mosquito control application will begin on Monday evening May 22nd, around 8:00 pm, weather permitting.  Baron Pest Control was awarded the contract to provide larvicide and fogging services within Mohave County and will be conducting the ground fogging application.  Areas to fog include: ·        Quail Run Development, the business and residential area on the SE corner of Mountain View Rd...

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MOBILE HOME FLOOR FIRE EXTINGUISHED IN BULLHEAD

A relatively minor residential structure fire was doused by Bullhead City firefighters on May 18. Crews responded at 6:42 p.m. to the fire in the 1700 block of Taylor Road. Arriving personnel observed light smoke coming from underneath the single-wide mobile home, according to public information officer Lorrae Viles. “Crews located an active fire underneath the flooring area of the front bedroom,” Viles said in a news release. “Crews were able to pull the flooring and completely extinguish the fire quickly, keeping the fire contained to the bedroom area.” No one was injured and the cause of the fire...

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