Category: Mohave County

B-29 BOMBER FLYING TO BULLHEAD CITY

  FIFI, the Commemorative Air Force’s (CAF) iconic Boeing B‐29 Superfortress is returning to Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport. FIFI’s last visit to the area was in 2011. The CAF will fly FIFI as well as a C‐45 Expeditor and a T‐6 Texan to the Airport on April 24 to prepare for the event that will be held just west of Signature Flight Support, 2550 Laughlin View Drive, Bullhead City. The event is open Wednesday, April 26th through Sunday, April 30th from 9 AM to 5 PM and is being sponsored by the Edgewater Hotel and Casino, and Colorado Belle Hotel...

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COMMISSION GETS SUMMER READINESS REPORT

(Phoenix) Electric and gas companies will present their summer preparedness plans before the Arizona Corporation Commission Tuesday, April 25, at 10 a.m. Many utilities are projecting higher demands this year and will show the Commission how they intend to meet that demand and respond to emergency outages. The utilities plans indicate their communications strategies and updates on projects that have been completed, or that are in the works which help ensure reliable service. Arizona Public Service Company (APS), Tucson Electric Power Company, UNS Electric, Inc., Salt River Project (SRP), Transwestern Pipeline Company, LLC, and Kinder Morgan will all offer...

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LUTGEN HONORED IN ANIMAL CONTROL FIELD

  Lake Havasu City Police Department Animal Control Officer Chris Lutgen was recently named the 2016 Animal Control Officer of the Year by the Arizona Association of Animal Control Officers at their annual conference in Laughlin, Nevada. ACO Lutgen has been with the Lake Havasu City Police Department for three years and has prior experience as an Animal Control Officer in California. ACO Lutgen has been very involved in the implementation and development of several programs related to animal control within Lake Havasu City. ACO Lutgen successfully completed a course as an Emergency Animal Medical Technician after recognizing the...

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TEN ARRESTED DURING DRUG RELATED SEARCHES

      Law enforcement officers with area agencies seized drugs and arrested ten people while searching three Kingman area homes on Friday, April 21. The first search warrant was executed at 5:24 a.m. at a residence in the 3300 block of Coarra Drive. “A large quantity of heroin and methamphetamine was located,” a Kingman Police Department news release stated. “A usable quantity of marijuana was also located as well as associated paraphernalia. ” Leonard Dietz, 36, was arrested and booked into jail on drug charges. Eight more people were arrested for drug related charges during the second search...

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