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LAKE MOHAVE – An apparent drowning at Lake Mohave is under investigation.

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JAVC applies for USDA funding to help meet transitional housing goal

 

KINGMAN – The Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County, Inc. (JAVC) has applied to the USDA Rural Development for funding assistance to develop a transitional housing project for homeless and at-risk military veterans.

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PHOENIX – Scientists involved in Mexican wolf recovery say environmental groups distributing old and faulty data that calls for the release of captive adult wolves are not helping the recovery of the endangered subspecies. Biologists at the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) say maintaining a savvy wild-born population and limiting introductions of naïve captive-raised adult animals have been the keys to the ongoing success of the recovery program.

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WHAT:     Jehovah’s Witnesses have launched their annual conventions in venues across 180 different lands. Locally, thousands will be traveling out of state to attend.

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MASH program for local students begins sixth year

 

BULLHEAD CITY – Sixteen students from five area high schools in three states have started a rigorous two-week medical job shadowing program at both Bullhead City area hospitals.  

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Wildlife agencies, sportsmen’s groups join coalition encouraging hunters to choose non-lead ammo when hunting

 

PHOENIX – The North American Non-Lead Partnership, which was formed late last year by the Oregon Zoo, The Peregrine Fund and the Institute for Wildlife Studies, seeks to expand the coalition of hunters, anglers and other conservationists dedicated to improving ecosystem and wildlife health by choosing non-lead options. 

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BOULDER CITY – On July 21, 1948, one of America’s most notable aircraft, the B-29 Superfortress, crashed into Lake Mead.

On Saturday – July 21, from 10 a.m. to noon and again from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. – Lake Mead National Recreation Area will look back at the past 70 years to observe the anniversary and recognize the efforts the National Park Service has taken to preserve the plane that remains at the bottom of the lake.

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Drivers keep trying to cross flooded out washes

 

MOHAVE COUNTY –The danger of driving during monsoon storm-triggered flooding was on full display during recent rains.

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