On Saturday, August 30th at 2:45 p.m., Bullhead City emergency crews were called to the 2300 block of Kaibab Drive for a report of multiple dog bites. Bullhead City Fire paramedics transported four dog bite victims to Western Arizona Regional Medical Center. According to the dogs’ owner, 66-year-old Jeanne Hardy, her two male pitbulls got into a fight. When she attempted to break up the dog fight, she was bit several times on her arms by one of the dogs. Her two brothers who tried to help her break up the dog fight were also bit by the same dog. They suffered bites to their hands. A female neighbor was bit by the dog on her ankle when she tried to help. Due to the extent of Hardy’s injuries, she was flown to a Las Vegas, NV hospital for further treatment. The three other dog bite victims were treated and released. When an Animal Care and Welfare Officer went to the residence to pick up the dog for mandatory quarantine purposes, the dog was extremely aggressive and out of control. The dog had never been in a vehicle or a kennel and had not received a rabies vaccination. Bullhead City Police Officers also tried to help control the dog, but it attempted to bite officers and almost freed itself from the two catch poles that were around its neck....Read More
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Welcome to the Friday to Friday Real Estate Market Report for August 22 to August 29. There are currently 1,732 active listings with the Bullhead/Mohave Valley Association of REALTORS® with a total listing price of $258,496,934. The average time on market is 292 and the average price per square foot is $106. There have been a total of 64 new listings entering the market this week and 38 closed properties with a total of 48 listings still pending for sale and 27 listings that have expired. This report is brought to you by Nikki Reagan at Cinque Terre Realty...Read More
In observance of National Assisted Living Week®, September 7 to 13, Sunridge Village will host the Magic of Music & Art Exhibit developed as a special opportunity to bring together residents, families, employees, volunteers and the surrounding community to celebrate this annual event. The “Magic of Music & Art Exhibit” will take place on Wednesday, September 10th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Sunridge Community, 839 Landon Drive in Bullhead City. The event is free and open to the public. The event will include music performed by K. Brick and refreshments. The main feature will be a showcase of art available for sale and all created by the residents of Sunridge Village. For more information Visit www.MySunridgeVillage.com/events or phone (928) 754-0700 and ask for Cindy Eno-Activity Director. National Assisted Living Week® is an annual event sponsored by the National Center for Assisted Living, Washington, D.C. and the Arizona Health Care Association....Read More
EVENT DETAILS: Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 5:30 P.M. Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce 1251 Highway 95, Bullhead City, AZ Sponsored By: Frontier Communications & Mohave Electric Cooperative The Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce announces the 2014 Chamber Choice Awards Nominees: “Non Profit of the Year” – sponsored by Colorado River Women’s Council Colorado River Women’s Council Kiwanis Club of Bullhead City (Morning Group) Saving Animals in Need Together (S.A.I.N.T.) Tri-State Military Moms “Beautification” – sponsored Annette Wegmann Colorado River Vapor (Bullhead City) Western Area Regional Medical Center (Lobby Renovation) “Health and Wellness” – sponsored by Hospice Compassus Hospice Compassus Mohave Health Mart Pharmacy Mohave Home Health and Hospice Over the Top Customer Service” – sponsored by S&S Concrete & Materials Small Business Category Village Construction Automobile Consulting Services, LLC Lisa’s Bistro Superior Tire PC Nerds of America EZY Fast Pharmacy, LLC Large Business Category Valley View Medical Center National Bank of Arizona “Out on a Limb/Innovative Business” – sponsored by Bullhead Regional Economic Development Authority Small Business Category Silly Cactus Just Divine Photography C.O.I.T. Cleaning & Restoration Services Mattress Land & Furniture Large Business Category Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport US Southwest “One for All” Commitment to Community and/or Chamber – sponsored by Golden Vertex Corp. Small Business Category Bullhead City Insurance Mohave State Bank Mohave Steakhouse PGXpress Graphics Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Large Business Category Suddenlink Avi Resort and Casino Please join us...Read More
Monsoon season is in full swing and weather can change suddenly, sometimes resulting in sudden or unexpected flooding. Mohave County Public Works urges drivers to be aware of weather conditions and forecasts. In instances where County-maintained roads and streets sustain damage from monsoon weather, road maintenance crews will prioritize the repair, restoration, and cleanup of affected roads over some regularly scheduled maintenance activities. In the Arizona Strip, a blade will be working in the Lime Kiln Canyon area. In the Meadview area, crews will be involved with storm cleanup and repairs. If time allows, workers will be patching potholes and road edges as needed. In the Chloride/Dolan Springs area, storm cleanup will continue throughout the week. In the Kingman area, a blade will be active on Antares Rd. Off of I-40 the blade will be active in the Silver Springs area. In Golden Valley, the blades will be working together on storm cleanup and repairs throughout the area all week. In the Mohave Valley area, storm cleanup will focus on the Sacramento Wash crossings in the area from Topock to Golden Shores, and Silver Creek Rd. Near Yucca, a blade will be in the Mindy Mill area. In the Lake Havasu City area, Little Finger Culvert cleanout in Horizon 6 is continuing, as well as sweeping in Horizon 6. In the Wikieup area blading will take place on Bogles Ranch Rd. Storm repair will continue on Signal...Read More
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