Category: Bullhead City

   Mohave County Primary Election Results are Official

 None of the outcomes of any races changed as the Board of Supervisors approved the final vote tally during a Tuesday canvas.  County-wide voter turnout was just above 25%. The Board also appointed Republican primary winner Ray Cullison as Cerbat Constable. The position has been vacant since former Constable Jean Bishop resigned to fill the seat left vacant by the death of former District 4 Mohave County supervisor Joy Brotherton.  Cullison is unopposed in the November general election and is near lock to win the four year Constable term. The Board appointment fills the Constable slot and gives Cullison a few more months in...

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Don’t Miss The Mohave County Fair Thursday-Sunday, September 11-14

Full blown traditional county fair with livestock, crafts, exhibits, live entertainment, vendors, carnival and more. Schedule includes: •Battle of Bands (Thurs, 4:30 p.m.); winner performs at fair on Fri-Sat; see website for applications or call James Guillot at 928-727-4592 for information; •Entertainment includes: Aces Up (country); Jadon Webster (country); Mikalene Ipson (country); variety show; Joe DeCarlo (hypnosis); Terrell and Takako (juggling/comedy); Larry Cisewski (knife thrower); Mr. Animation (strolling comedy); BMX freestyle team; Where: Mohave County Fairgrounds, 2600 Fairgrounds Blvd, Kingman When: Thurs, Sept 11 (10 a.m.-9 p.m.), Fri-Sat, Sept 12-13 (10 a.m.-10 p.m.), Sun, Sept 14 (10 a.m.-6 p.m.) Cost: $5 ages 12-61; $2 ages 62 and up and ages 4-11; free ages 3 and under; parking $2 per car. For presale carnival tickets call 928-753-2636 Info: Call the Mohave County Fair Association at 928-753-2636 or visit...

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Bullhead City Police Release Details on 8 year old Isabella Grogan-Cannella’s Murder

At a press conference on Thursday, Bullhead City Police Chief Brian Williamson gave a heartfelt thank you to all the agencies that worked so hard to help solve the case of missing 8 year old Isabella Grogan-Cannella and revealed her accused murder. Justin James Rector, 26, a family friend, had been staying with Bella’s family for a few days before her death, he said. Early Thursday morning, Rector was arrested for kidnapping and first-degree murder. He would not however reveal how Isabella died or if she had been sexually assaulted. He said they are still trying to determine a motive for the murder. When asked if any of Bella’s family would be facing any charges, Williams said, “at this point in time I am not ruling out any future arrests”....

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