A Town Hall meeting is coming to Downtown Kingman on Wednesday, April 26. The workshop will be held at Central Church, located at 112 N 4th Street from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

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More than 100 people attended the Chamber Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday, March 22. All were giving a tour of the facility.

KINGMAN – Thunder, lightning and torrential rain did not impede last Thursday’s Kingman Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting for Southwest Behavioral & Health Services’ (SBH) new facility at 1301 W. Beale Street in Kingman.

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BULLHEAD CITY – Preliminary work is underway where Dot Foods will build a food redistribution warehouse facility in Bullhead City. A permit was issued and grading is taking place on the roughly 40-acre parcel just east of the tower at the Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport.

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on Kingman City Council

Vickie Kress
Vickie Kress

KINGMAN – The Kingman City Council has selected Vickie Kress to serve out the term of former council member Mark Abram. During its March 21 meeting, the council reviewed materials submitted by seventeen applicants before voting to appoint Kress.

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in grants to Kingman nonprofits

Grants support local Allstate agency owners’ volunteer work in Kingman

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Speaking at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club’s March 17 meeting was Eve Hanna, RSVP Program Coordinator for Northern Arizona University’s Civic Service Institute. The institute makes it possible for civic service minded area residents, ages 55 and older, to transform our community by working with homebound seniors, children in need and non-profit organizations. For further information on which program fits your expertise, contact Eve at (928) 220-5177.
Speaking at Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club’s March 17 meeting was Eve Hanna, RSVP Program Coordinator for Northern Arizona University’s Civic Service Institute. The institute makes it possible for civic service minded area residents, ages 55 and older, to transform our community by working with homebound seniors, children in need and non-profit organizations. For further information on which program fits your expertise, contact Eve at (928) 220-5177.
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Receives the Sue Gilbertson Leadership Award

Left to Right: Ilene Dode, Immediate Past President MIKID Board; Judge Richard Weiss, Mohave County Superior Court; Sue Gilbertson, MIKID Founder and Current Board Member; Dick Geasland, CEO MIKID.
Left to Right: Ilene Dode, Immediate Past President MIKID Board; Judge Richard Weiss, Mohave County Superior Court; Sue Gilbertson, MIKID Founder and Current Board Member; Dick Geasland, CEO MIKID.

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Superior Court Judge Richard Weiss was honored in Phoenix Saturday (March 11) with the Sue Gilbertson Leadership Award for his leadership in coordinating a court team aimed at improving outcomes for young children in foster care.

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