Category: Bullhead City

STORMS HAMMER LAKE MEAD RECREATION AREA

Tuesday rainstorms hammered the south end of the Lake Mead National Recreation area, resulting in flash flooding and road closures. There were no reports of injuries. “During this string of storms, the park setup an incident command to dispatch personnel to multiple areas where response was needed,” a news release stated. “Lake Mead’s pilot flew over the park to quickly locate washed out roads and areas where visitors were present.” The National Weather Service reported that Willow Beach was deluged with 4.72 inches of rain in a 24-hour period. “The access road was closed around 7:30 a.m. Around 20...

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SHERIFF SCHUSTER’S POSSE

Mohave County Sheriff Doug Schuster congratulated and swore in Sheriff’s Volunteer Posse members during a July 18 ceremony  in Kingman. The graduates completed a volunteer training academy held at the Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Doug Schuster swore in 8 new graduates; Wanda Barwald, Tom Delp, Verne Kannianen, Sally McClure, Chuck Rios, Doug Rich, James Vanhorn and Lee Westrope. Erdean Johnson and Alice Jean Rose were not present to be sworn in. The academy participants underwent a 32 hour class which began with an Introduction and Overview presented by Volunteer Posse Coordinator Randy Barchalk. Upon graduation volunteers begin 40 additional training...

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SUPERVISOR MOSS APPOINTED TO JUDICIAL POST

  Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Steven Moss to the Mohave County Superior Court. Steven is an attorney at Kelly & Moss, P.L.L.C. He has practiced law in Arizona for over 20 years, primarily in the areas of civil litigation and family law. Steven has served as a Mohave County Supervisor for District 5 since 2013. He also served on the Colorado River Union High School District No. 2 Governing Board from 2003 to 2010. Steven has volunteered for organizations such as Community Legal Services and Wills for Heroes. He also served in the United States...

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BULLHEAD CITY FIREFIGHTERS HELPING IN CALIFORNIA

  Four members of the Bullhead City Fire Department left yesterday July 23, 2017, on assignment to the Southern California Cleveland National Forest. Captain Marvin McCabe, Firefighter Brandon Tuberg, Firefighter Wes Green and Engineer Shane Campbell will meet up with other Brush Engines while on assignment in California. The crew will man the Type 3 engine and one EMS truck. The state of California currently has several active wildland...

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MASH PROGRAM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT INTERNS

Students from five area high schools in three states have begun an intense two week internship at both Bullhead City area hospitals. For the fifth straight year, students will again be exposed to a variety of health care careers, from the traditional paths of physicians and nurses to allied health, staff support and administrative positions. The M*A*S*H program (Multiple Avenues of Successful Health Care) was first coordinated by the former Bullhead Regional Economic Development Authority (BREDA) in conjunction with Valley View Medical Center (VVMC) in Ft. Mohave, Western Arizona Regional Medical Center (WARMC) in Bullhead City and the Colorado...

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