Category: Kingman

CHILD MOLESTER GETS 35 YEAR SENTENCE

    A Kingman man who admits brutally sexually abusing three young girls was sentenced to prison for 35 years on Friday, February 17. It was the maximum punishment possible under terms of the plea agreement, yet Judge Billy Sipe said he believed Mark Sandoval, 45, should go to prison for 100 years or more. Judge Sipe nonetheless said he accepted the plea agreement anyway, believing rejection would only see it approved by another judge. Sipe said details of Sandoval’s abuse of a female toddler, and other girls six and nine years of age in 2012 were “disturbing and...

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WILLIAMS AND MOYER APPELLATE COURT FINALISTS

Mohave County superior court judge Rick Williams of Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City-based private practice attorney Ken Moyer and three other judges interviewed in Phoenix Tuesday for possible appointment to two vacancies on the Division One Arizona Court of Appeals. The interview and screening panel decided to forward all five finalists for final appointment consideration. Governor Doug Ducey will make the appointment...

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HUNT RECOMMENDATION FORUM SET TOMORROW

  The Arizona Game and Fish Department has scheduled six public forums to meet with constituents about developing the 2017 fall hunt recommendations for deer, bighorn sheep, turkey, javelina, bison, bear, mountain lion, and small game animals. The department annually makes recommendations to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission regarding the management of game species for the annual hunting and trapping regulations, which establish the seasons, dates, bag limits, open areas, and hunt permit-tag allocations based on the framework of the hunt guidelines set by the commission every two years. The meetings will be conducted from 6 to 8...

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I-40 TARGETED FOR POT HOLE REPAIR

After the back-to-back winter storms that took a toll on highways in Arizona’s high country, Arizona Department of Transportation maintenance crews are continuing to repair pavement along Interstate 40 west of Flagstaff.  This week, maintenance crews completed pavement repairs along I-40 and I-17 in the Flagstaff area.  Next week, the work will focus on I-40 westbound between mileposts 108-110, approximately 12 miles west of Seligman, and I-40 eastbound between mileposts 168-170, just a few miles east of Williams. The work includes patching potholes and laying asphalt over the existing pavement in some areas.  Potholes can pop up quickly when...

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KINGMAN SENIOR SOFTBALLERS EXCEL IN FLORIDA

The Kingman Senior Softball (KSS) squad has returned to Arizona with a second place team finish and a skills competition champion at the Tournament of Champions (TOC) in Florida. Only teams that win designated tournaments around the country are invited to the TOC event, held annually in February. KSS warmed up with a win and a loss in seeding games played Friday, February 10. KSS then lost its first tournament game on Saturday before scoring 100 runs over its next four games in the AA 50’s Division. KSS had a steep hill to climb through the loser’s bracket on...

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