Category: Chloride

CHLORIDE CELEBRATES ST. PATRICK’S ON SATURDAY

The historic mining town of Chloride celebrates St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday. Activities include a parade, Wild West gunfights, vendors, movies, raffles and more. A Bake Sale at 9:00am, Parade check-in at town Hall at 10:00am, Gunfights at 11:00am, Parade at Noon and Parade Awards at 2:00pm. Raffle Drawings after Parade Awards at the Town Hall with lots of great...

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MOBILE HOME PROJECT PERMITTED

  Mohave County Supervisors have approved a special use permit required for development of a mobile home park in a remotely located between Chloride and Mineral Park north of Kingman. Authorization came during Monday’s board meeting, despite opposition from neighbors to the project. One man objected that the mobile home park would disrupt his piece, while others expressed concern about impacts on roads, traffic and water supply. Supervisors approved the permit subject to a number of utility and infrastructure-related...

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ANGIUS ALONE IS UNOPPOSED

Hildy Angius is the only Mohave County Supervisor who is running unopposed in the current election cycle. The District 2 republican is the only incumbent who drew no challengers by the June 1 nominating petition filing deadline. A total of 16 others are running for supervisor in the county’s four other districts. Buster Johnson, the most tenured member of the current board, will face Gary Kellogg, Martin Brown and George Schnittgrund in the republican primary in August. The winner would face former republican Cassandra Mooneyham who advances to the November general election as the only Independent contender in District...

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Local Election Notes

Mohave County voters approved both statewide ballot measures in Tuesday’s special election. Results are unofficial pending ongoing vote processing and the election canvas. Tabulation of nearly 27,000 votes reveals county voters favoring passage of proposition 123 (14,960-11,778). Prop 124 is passing in Mohave County (16,610-9,785). Unofficial results place three men and two women on the new board of the Lake Mohave Ranchos Fire District: Steve Berg                       228 David Anthony                 223 Eric Terrill                        215 Charlotte Kiffer                213 Debora Cass                  ...

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