Mohave County is accepting applications until the end of the month in hopes of filling a Commissioner Court judge pro tempore position that will be vacant at the end of the year. Derek Carlisle has held the position for roughly five years but, following his republican primary election win in August, he’s been elected to Division 2 Superior Court judge. Carlisle will succeed retiring Judge Randolph Bartlett, whose term expires at the end of the year. Licensed attorneys residing in Arizona who meet other criteria are eligible to apply for possible appointment to the Commission position. A judicial committee will convene to review applications and select those who will be invited for preliminary interview. It is expected that finalists for the position will be publicly identified in advance of a selection and hiring...Read More
Mohave County Prescribers – FREE Seminar Opioids: The epidemic that YOU can cure. The Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examiners in Medicine and Surgery, Arizona Medical Board and Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants invite you to attend CME on prescribing opioids. Developed by the University of Nebraska Medical Center for Education this course covers risk evaluation, examination, chronic pain management, statistics of abuse and mitigation strategies. Kingman: September 27, 2014 – Kingman Regional Medical Center – East Campus Advance Registration Required – register by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or...Read More
Mohave County Sheriff’s detectives arrested Robert Anderson Picking, 39, of Kingman, for two counts of surreptitious photography, a felony. On Friday (9/12), at about 2:00 pm, MCSO detectives arrested Picking at an address in the 2800 block of Neal Avenue. A search warrant had been conducted at this residence on July 11th where it was discovered the Picking had taken photos of a juvenile without the juvenile’s knowledge and consent. Picking was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Mohave County...Read More
Bullhead City Police arrested a woman for attempted first degree murder per domestic violence. A male victim ended his relationship with Priscilla Silver Ann Gilleland, 48, about three weeks ago. Gilleland told her ex-boyfriend that she was going to kill him and then kill herself unless he continued their relationship. On Thursday, September 11th at about 11:30 a.m., police were called to the 600 block of Sea Spray Drive. Gilleland got into an argument with her ex-boyfriend when he told her she was going to be evicted. It was reported that Gilleland pointed a handgun at him and threatened to kill him. The male victim grabbed Gilleland’s hands in an attempt to disarm her. Gilleland fired the gun and the bullet entered the couch that the victim had been sitting on. Gilleland was booked into the Mohave County Jail in...Read More
Posted by Jessi | Sep 12, 2014 | Arizona, Bullhead City, California, Fort Mohave, Golden Valley, Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Laughlin, Mohave County, Mohave Valley, Needles, Nevada, THINGS TO DO, Topock | 0 |
The Laughlin Tourism Commission recognized the bravery of Tri-state first responders Thursday with a gift of tickets to the Professional Bull Riders Laughlin Desert Showdown. “As the nation pauses to reflect on those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, we wanted to show our appreciation for those who put their lives on the line every day in our own community,” said LTC Executive Director MJ Smith. “Area first responders will be our special guests Friday, Sept. 19 at the Laughlin Event Center for a night of edge of your seat entertainment.” The top 35 bull riders in the country will compete for points and $140,000 in prize money, Sept. 19 and 20 on the road to the PBR finals in Las Vegas October 22-26. “As one of the last stops on the Built Ford Tough tour, these bull riders are down to the wire to earn points for the $2 million championship in Las Vegas,” Smith said. “You will see the best in the business at the top of their game.” LTC presented the Fort Mohave Mesa Fire Department, Bullhead City Fire Department, Clark County Fire Department stations 76 and 85, and Las Vegas Metro Laughlin substation with a pair of tickets for each employee, a donation valuing nearly $20,000. “We appreciate our relationship with the Fort Mohave Mesa Fire Departmentand the Laughlin community,” said Sgt. Rob Warburton of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police...Read More
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