Category: Politics

Early Voting begins tomorrow!

Early Voting begins tomorrow!  Here are a list of the Early Voting locations, addresses, days, & times:   3 Early Voting Locations: 1.  Mohave County Library     1770 N McCulloch Blvd, Room A     Lake Havasu City, AZ  Hours of Operation for May 17 Election:         April 20 – April 29  (Monday thru Friday)         9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.                May 2 – May 13   (Monday thru Friday)         9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  2.  Mohave County Library      1170...

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Rep. Gosar Presses BLM Director about Coordination with White House to Execute Western Land Grab

Yesterday, Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after participating in a hearing with the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on the Interior where he questioned Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Director Neil Kornze about the coordination between the White House and the BLM to lock up more public lands in Western states using the Antiquities Act: “Despite Director Kornze’s misleading attempts to answer simple questions, he confirmed a truth many of us have long suspected: the White House has quietly coordinated with federal land management agencies to go around Congress and further the Obama Administration’s...

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Father of GOP Presidential Candidate Campaigns in Kingman

Invoking the legacy of President Ronald Reagan, Rev. Rafael Cruz—father of Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz—stirred a crowd of about 150 Mohave County residents at the First Assembly of God Monday night to fight the good fight– restore the rule of law and return to the principles of the U.S. Constitution. Of course, he was campaigning for his son and he drew parallels between him and President Reagan. Cruz’s delivery was that of a good sermon, complete with biblical references and a call to return to the country’s roots as a Christian nation. The crowd applauded enthusiastically as the...

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Bullhead City mourns loss of John “Mickey” McClure

The City of Bullhead City was notified today that Council member John “Mickey” McClure passed away due to complications from lung cancer. “As a City, we are filled with sadness and tremendous pain,” Mayor Tom Brady said. “We will miss Mickey’s friendship, but we will always remember his remarkable contributions to our city. We extend our love and sympathy to his wife Cyndie and to all of Mickey’s family and friends.” Mickey was re-elected to the City Council in 2014 to a four-year term. He also served on the City Council from 2009-2013. Before moving to Bullhead City, he...

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Rodney Head will be campaigning for election to the Office of Sheriff of Mohave County

The Committee to Elect Rodney Head Sheriff announces that Rodney Head will be campaigning for election to the Office of Sheriff of Mohave County. Rodney Head, a 48 year resident of Mohave County has served the citizens and visitors to Mohave County for 37 years in progressively more responsible public safety positions, and is currently the Chief Deputy of the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office. Prior to the incorporation of Bullhead City, Rodney served as a Deputy Sheriff in the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office for 8 years.  He became a founding member of the Bullhead City Police Department, promoting to progressively more responsible positions within the Police Department during a 29 year career. Rodney was appointed as the Chief of Police for Bullhead City in 2001 and served as such until his retirement in 2014. A graduate of the 189th session of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy for Senior Law Enforcement professionals, Rodney Has attended the Rural Executive Management Institute and the FBI Southwest Command College. In addition to the extensive law enforcement training, Rodney holds an Associates Degree in the Administration of Justice from Mohave Community College, a Bachelors Degree in Management from the University of Phoenix, and has graduate level courses from the University of Virginia. In the Public Safety arena Rodney is a member of the International Association of Chief’s of Police, the Arizona Association of...

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