A Kingman Police Department motorcycle during Coffee with Cops in Kingman (Photo by Charles Black)
Kingman

KPD to Launch New Recruiting Campaign

A Kingman Police Department motorcycle during Coffee with Cops in Kingman (Photo: Charles Black/MCR/File Photo) KINGMAN – In an effort to recruit new officers, Kingman Police Department (KPD) is partnering with the New Zealand Police (NZP) for a bold, new marketing campaign. The official unveiling of the exciting new marketing campaign artwork will take place Read more

KRMC volunteers gathered with some of the 2019 Volunteer Scholarship recipients. From left are Sandra Cofer, KRMC Volunteer of the Year; Celeste Isais; Ashley Sahawneh; Amber Wells; Adja Todd-Demble; and Vicki Henson, KRMC volunteer. (Photo: KRMC)
Kingman

Students Receive Scholarships from KRMC Volunteers

KRMC volunteers gathered with some of the 2019 Volunteer Scholarship recipients. From left are Sandra Cofer, KRMC Volunteer of the Year; Celeste Isais; Ashley Sahawneh; Amber Wells; Adja Todd-Demble; and Vicki Henson, KRMC volunteer. (Photo: KRMC) KINGMAN – Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) Volunteer Services has awarded 14 scholarships to local students. In total, KRMC’s Read more

First responders and educators from the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACDHH) worked together to facilitate communication in emergency situations. From left are Noah Brock, Environmental Rural Area Clean-up Enforcement (ERACE) detective; Jack Goins, ERACE detective; Eugenio Mejia, Hualapai Mountain park ranger; Timothy King, battalion chief of Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District; Rusty Cooper, deputy police chief for the Kingman Police Department; Beca Bailey, community engagement liaison for ACDHH; Kim Minard, deaf specialist for ACDHH; Carmen Green Smith, deputy director for ACDHH; and Emmett Hassen, licensing and certification coordinator for ACDHH. (Photo: Charles Black/MCR)
Kingman

Deaf Community Gets a Voice in Emergency Communication

First responders and educators from the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACDHH) worked together to facilitate communication in emergency situations. From left are Noah Brock, Environmental Rural Area Clean-up Enforcement (ERACE) detective; Jack Goins, ERACE detective; Eugenio Mejia, Hualapai Mountain park ranger; Timothy King, battalion chief of Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire Read more

Anderson Lincoln team members pose for a photo with the President’s Award in front of the dealership. (Photo: Emily Black)
Kingman

Anderson Lincoln Wins President’s Award

Anderson Lincoln team members pose for a photo with the President’s Award in front of the dealership. (Photo: Emily Black) KINGMAN — Lincoln Motor Company recognized Anderson Lincoln with the President’s Award this morning. The President’s Award is the most prestigious honor a Lincoln dealership can be awarded. It is only presented to those top-performing Read more

Participants in the Rancho Santa Fe Interchange celebrate funding for the project.
Kingman

State Funds Rancho Santa Fe Interchange

PHOTO: Participants in the Rancho Santa Fe Interchange celebrate funding for the project. From left, (front row) they are Kingman Mayor Jen Miles and Gov. Doug Ducey, (back row) Kingman Vice Mayor Travis Lingenfelter, State Rep. Regina Cobb and John Hansen, president of Kingman and Mohave County Manufacturing Association.  Photo provided by Travis Lingenfelter KINGMAN Read more

Darwin Amaya. MCSO/File Photo
Crime

California Man Arrested for OUI With Children Aboard

Darwin Amaya. MCSO/File Photo LAKE HAVASU CITY — A California man was arrested for operating a watercraft under the influence of alcohol with children on board. Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Darwin Amaya, 36, from Bellflower, California, for two counts of felony aggravated operating a watercraft while under the influence, with children on board. Read more