Enjoy the Christmas display and help those in need

It seems just like yesterday that Chris and I finished taking down the decorations from our 2016 Christmas display, packed them up, put them into storage and thought we had a yearlong breather. 

We also believed we set an unbreakable record last year with about 100 blowups, 70,000 lights, a whole bunch of other display items. We even had a Christmas-themed decorated porta potty; you know those ones you see at a construction site, for the visitors to use. I even passed out candy canes throughout December to all those visitors who drove by to check our Christmas display.

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Kingman firfighter-paramedic Daniel Crowe teaches city employee Naydid Penaloza how to perform hands-only CPR Tuesday morning at Kingman City Hall. The technique calls for providing continuous compressions - without any mouth-to-mouth resucitation - until help arrives. The training is free, takes about two minutes, and is available at myriad locations in the city and county through the remainder of the week.

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Use of a propane torch to clear weeds sparked a house fire in north Kingman. Personnel from the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District responded at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, May 21 to the incident in the 2100 block of Cactus Wren. Battalion Chief Jason Scott said crews quickly extinguished the fire and contained it to the structure of origin. No one was injured and damage is estimated at $15,000.

 

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The Kingman Masonic Lodge No. 22 donated 14 bicycles to children who participated in the 11th Annual Books for Bikes Giveaway on Saturday at Kmart.

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BULLHEAD CITY – The philanthropic Legacy Foundation has presented another fat check for community betterment in Bullhead City. The $250,000 contribution made during the May 16 Bullhead City council meeting brings to $1.2-million that the foundation has donated over the years for continued development of Rotary Park.

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