Category: Kingman

COUNCIL BUILDS LAUNDRY LIST OF AIRPORT ISSUES

  A special meeting of the Kingman City Council last Friday turned into a three hour long brainstorming session. Facilitator Bill Pupo helped council members develop a varied and long list of issues, concerns and questions involving the operation of the Kingman Airport and Industrial Park. The laundry list of matters ranges from airport hangar lease rates to commission fees paid for land sales. The work sheet will serve as a foundation for future communication and possible meetings involving airport and city...

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QUILTERS DONATE TIME AND TALENT TO CANCER CAUSE

    Local business Connie’s Quilters Hide-A-Way at 310 E. Beale St. has made a donation to KRMC’s Catch It Early Program. Taking inspiration from a quilting novel she read, quilter Sharon Taylor stitched together a plan. Together with owner Connie Kettelhut, she assembled and sold quilt block kits to be part of a “Quilt Pink for Life” project. They sold each kit for $5, and each buyer created a block and returned it to Connie’s to create an entire quilt. They made total of 10 quilts this way and raffled them off on February 25th, raising nearly $2000...

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KINGMAN HOSTS UPCOMING FUN RUN WEEKEND

  Celebrate Historic Route 66 by joining in on the only rally that travels the longest remaining slice of the Mother Road. The 30th Annual Historic Route 66 Fun Run®, May 5-7, will take the usual route from Seligman to Topock, but attendance is expected to surge in celebration of our 30th year. “It’s always fun to visit with friends we only see once a year” says Jan Davis, of the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona. “Also, in commemoration of the 30th Annual Fun Run, we are raffling off a quilt made from previous Fun Run shirts.” Raffle...

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DESERT DUMPER CHARGED

Mohave County’s illegal dumping unit reports an enforcement action involving a Kingman man. The Environmental Rural Area Cleanup Enforcement (ERACE) team said 56-year-old Harold Symmonds was caught illegally dumping yard waste in the vicinity of Bank St. in north Kingman on March 22. “An ERACE detective observed the man throwing trash bags and yard waste from a trailer and into the desert,” a news release stated. “The detective contacted the man and he admitted to the detective that he was paid $300 by an unknown person to clear and dispose of the items from a property on Seneca Street.”...

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ANNUAL KINGMAN EGG HUNT SET FOR CENTENNIAL PARK

The Easter Bunny is hopping this way to help you celebrate another year of hunting eggs in Kingman on Saturday. Everyone is welcome to attend and participate in the hunt together as a family on the softball fields at Centennial Park. Each field will be covered with candy, plastic eggs, and several items donated by our local Taco Bell and Pizza Hut locations. There will be Secret Eggs randomly placed throughout the hunt areas and can be redeemed for an Easter prizes. Please arrive for age groupin before the hunt begins at 11:00 a.m. It is FREE, and open to...

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