Mohave County Sheriff’s Office along with Arizona Game and Fish will be assisting with this year’s annual Kids Fishing Day at D’Ambro Ponds in Kingman on Saturday, May 27th from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. A lunch and drinks will be provided. Arizona Game and Fish will supply fishing poles. The Sheriff’s Posse members will also be assisting. This family event is free for children between the ages of 5 and 16. Donations to D’Ambro pond will be greatly appreciated. D’Ambro pond is located north on Stockton Hill Road at milepost...Read More
The Dig It Kingman Community Garden is again hosting its free monthly children’s event. This month’s theme is chicken and eggs. You can look forward to live chickens, snacks, games, crafts, and more at this open house-style event designed for children 0-6 years old. Always free and always friendly to the entire family, the event will be on May 27th, 10AM to 12PM at 301 Lillie Avenue. See you at the...Read More
The “Rods & Rails Car Show will occur in Historic Downtown Kingman at Locomotive Park on the Grass on Saturday, May 27! Proceeds will help fund the Route 66 Cruizers Halloween Bash 2017. Music W/DJ, Raffles, 50/50 drawing and more. Starts at 9:00am until 300pm. For more information contact: Gene Kirkham at: 714-488-1843, Debbie Sleep at: 530-355-1024 or Ken Conaway at: 928-263-1732. Or send your email to:...Read More
“Flagstaff, Arizona, don’t forget Winona… Kingman…” Arizona figures prominently in the lyrics to the iconic pop song celebrating the highway known as the “Mother Road.” Now Arizona gets even more attention because the new Route 66 specialty license plate has been named the Best New License Plate in the U.S. The honor, which will be formally recognized at a 1:30 p.m. ceremony Thursday, May 25, at the northwest corner of Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza in Phoenix, comes from the Automobile License Plate Collectors Association (ALPCA). ALPCA has given the award since 1970. ALPCA members worldwide vote based on...Read More
The Mohave County attorney’s office will not take further action on a complaint asking that Victor Riccardi be booted from the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District board for allegedly failing to complete training mandated by law. Chris Simpson, the President of the local 4191 Professional Firefighter’s union, filed a March 27 complaint asserting that the county should petition the Court for a finding that Riccardi should be removed from his elected position. Simpson cited a statute providing for that course of action should it be determined that Riccardi failed to complete six hours of training that the law...Read More
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