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Manager says owner fell behind financially, property is in foreclosure

 

KINGMAN – Due to money problems so severe employees walked out en masse after going without pay for weeks, the Canyon 66 Ramada closed Monday and will remain closed for the foreseeable future, according to General Manager Sultan Abbas.

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KINGMAN – Imagine having the freedom to order a single customized T-shirt or hat featuring a favorite photo, artwork or expression?

 

Turns out, there is such a place, and coincidentally it is called Freedom Apparel & Printing – the latest business to set up shop in downtown Kingman.

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Pizzas judged among the best on the planet

 

Downtown Kingman’s Rickety Cricket Brewing makes some of the world’s best pizza – and they have the awards to prove it, too.

Owner Terry Thomson and his pizzaiolos Gavin Rader and Levia Davis took home a second and third place in the world – The World! – and first and a second in the Southwest Regional category at the International Pizza Expo March 19-22 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Malows must pay $100,000 to settle fraud lawsuit Attorney General filed last year

 

BULLHEAD CITY – Attorney General Mark Brnovich has announced that Malows Jet Ski Rentals will pay $100,000 in consumer restitution to settle misleading and false advertising claims.

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Gray Hawk Solar outside Kingman nears completion

 

KINGMAN – Two years after the Mohave County Supervisors approved the project, Gray Hawk Solar off of Route 66 between Kingman and Valle Vista is closing in on going live.

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Company president greets officials, employees at Wednesday afternoon ribbon cutting

 

BULLHEAD CITY – The racks were mostly bare, but that only made room for all the optimism that filled the cavernous Dot Foods distribution center in Bullhead City on Wednesday.

And why not? Those racks will fill up soon enough with as many as 127,000 products from 930 manufacturing partners. Here’s an explanation of other “fast facts” contained in a handout provided to attendees – consider this just cause for optimism: The 185,000 square foot warehouse is part of a $30 million facility built on a 45-acre parcel. The company has hired or will hire 125 employees this year and expects to have about 170 by 2020.

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KINGMAN – The United States Department of Agriculture has redesignated 12 Arizona counties as primary natural disaster areas due to a recent drought.

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