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LAKE HAVASU CITY – A Las Vegas man was killed in a July 4 traffic accident four miles north of Lake Havasu City.

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Classes held late July, early August

 

MOHAVE COUNTY – The Mohave County Department of Risk and Emergency Management will offer new training sessions in July for individuals interested in becoming volunteers under the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program. 

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Injured retriever Leon will melt your heart

 

SAINT, Saving Animals In Need Together organization, is in need of donations to help replenish the Ron Jenner Pet Emergency Medical Fund, used to help local animals in emergency situations when their owners are unable to pay for their care.

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BOULDER CITY – In preparation for monsoon season, Lake Mead National Recreation Area has implemented a new flood response plan for the Cottonwood Cove area of the park near Searchlight, Nevada.

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Prescott, Flagstaff make Top 10

 

KINGMAN – Arizona is rated the best state in the union for paramedics and EMTs to work and live – and Kingman is ranked the seventh best city in America for members of the profession, according to a study conducted by www.securitychoice.com.

Prescott and Flagstaff join Kingman in the Top 10.

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KINGMAN – Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District interim Chief Tim King told directors that 10 firms have expressed interest in helping the district select and hire its next full time chief.

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LAUGHLIN – Human remains have been recovered from an area north of Laughlin. The Mohave County Sheriff’s office said the Saturday discovery came after it was asked to assist Nevada authorities in the search in an area where an abandoned vehicle had been located.

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Bratley’s promotion delayed; new court commission, tentative budget approved

 

KINGMAN – A couple of personnel matters drew the most discussion as the Mohave County Board of Supervisors considered and adopted the tentative budget during Monday’s meeting.

Supervisors Hildy Angius and Buster Johnson questioned a proposed reorganization involving Economic Development Director Bennett Bratley.

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