Category: Kingman

SATURDAY FARMER’S MARKET IN DOWNTOWN KINGMAN

The Kingman Farmer’s Market is back! It will be taking place from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each Saturday at Thunder Road (102 E. Beale St.) in downtown Kingman. Vendors will feature a wide variety of spring seedlings for gardens, possible spring veggies if they are ready for harvest, baked goods, confections and hand crafts. The Farmer’s Market is free to the...

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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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ENDURANCE ATHLETES COMPETE NEAR HOOVER DAM

  About 900 athletes enjoy stunning scenery at the Lake Mead National Recreation area as they participate in the St. Patrick’s Day Half Marathon March 18. Events include a half marathon, 12K, 5K and one-mile run along the Historic Railroad trail. The half marathon starts at 8:00 a.m., followed by the starts of the shorter distance...

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ADOT FLOATS FIVE YEAR PLAN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

Arizonans are invited to provide input on the Arizona Department of Transportation’s annual update of projects proposed to move forward in the next five years and how much local, state and federal funding should go toward them. In its Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program for 2018-2022, ADOT proposes accelerating some key expansion projects for Greater Arizona due to federal funding increases, grants and state budget appropriations. They include: •two major widening projects along US 93 in fiscal years 2018 and 2020 that will bring ADOT closer to its goal of completing a four-lane divided highway from Wickenburg to...

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17 APPLY FOR KINGMAN CITY COUNCIL SEAT

Seventeen candidates have submitted their applications to fill the seat left vacant with the resignation of Mark Abram. Abram resigned from the Council effective February 24, 2017. The applicants are: Deborah Adler, Richard Anderson, Ed Atkkinson, Nicole Bratley, Erin Cochran, Ryan Dooley, Longfeather Fox, James Guillot, Vickie Kress, Joseph (Joe) Longoria, M.J. Matusek, Debbie McKee, Jason Millin, Kent Simmons, Terry Sipe, Kenneth Skousen, and Shawn Walsh. The public is invited to contact members of the City Council and offer their input on the candidates. The City Council will review the applications at their March 21, 2017, Regular Meeting and...

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