Category: Kingman

GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT CHANGE RECOMMENDED

Kingman City Manager John Dougherty is unhappy with the performance of Levi Pitts as Manager of the Kingman Cerbat Cliffs golf course. Dougherty told city council members during their April 18th meeting that Pitts has failed to improve operations. “He was directed to increase the revenues and bring more professional management to the golf course,” Dougherty said. In the year and a half (since then), the revenues continue to decrease and there has been no discernible benefit of better management of the golf course.” Dougherty said legal counsel has indicated that the city can exercise an “out-clause” to exit...

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ANNUAL JAZZ DINNER PREP BAND BENEFIT

Great music and good food are ingredients for an enjoyable evening that will support the Kingman High School band program. The annual KHS jazz dinner raises money for the Bulldog band program. Band students will serve tables and play jazz music for the annual dinner that gets underway at 5:00 p.m. Saturday, April 29, at Siren’s in downtown Kingman. Admission is $25. Call 928-753-4151 for...

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KINGMAN RECALL TARGETS LINGENFELTER OUSTER

TURMAN           LINGENFELTER Members of Kingman’s business community are organizing a campaign to recall Kingman City Council member Travis Lingenfelter. The group is working to develop its platform in seeking Lingenfelter’s ouster from office, but it is clear that the impetus is rooted in Lingenfelter’s ongoing battle with the Kingman Airport Authority (KAA) on asset management matters, and with Mayor Monica Gates over economic development approaches. Kristi Turman has assumed a lead role in the recall that can’t begin until May 8, when Lingenfelter has served his first six months in office. “I am a former EDMC chair, I have...

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KINGMAN HARLEY SHOP HOSTS BIKER WEEK PARTY

Mother Road Harley Davidson (2501 Beverly Ave) is proud to present its annual, “Laughlin Bike Week Party”. Bikers visiting the area for the annual Laughlin River Run are invited to motor to Kingman to enjoy the party at Mother Road Harley-Davidson, Mohave County’s Harley-Davidson and motorsports dealer. The dealership will have its huge selection of new and used bikes, as well as parts, clothes, accessories, and services. The fun is scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The party will feature: • Vendors (Including Memphis Shades, Bikers Choice, Bell Helmets, Küryakyn, Saddleman, and more!)...

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HOSPITAL HOSTS FAIR TO RECRUIT VOLUNTEERS

  In honor of National Volunteer Month, Kingman Regional Medical Center will host its first Volunteer Fair Thursday, April 27th, from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the hospital’s cafeteria at 3269 Stockton Hill Rd. Attendees can get more information about what it means to be a KRMC Volunteer. Enjoy refreshments while you chat with current volunteers, and apply to volunteer yourself! Learn more about the following opportunities: · Information desk · Gift Boutique · Inpatient units · Pet therapy · Courtesy shuttle driver · KRMC’s Volunteen (Youth Volunteer) program for high school students, ages 14 to 19 years...

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