Uniform Crime Reporting National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS).
Kingman

KPD Changes Criminal Reporting

Uniform Crime Reporting National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS). KINGMAN — The Kingman Police Department reports to a new crime reporting system as part of a nationwide transition by law enforcement. For the past 67 years, KPD and all other Arizona agencies have been collecting and reporting crime statistics in accordance with the Uniform Crime Read more

Photo Mohave County Division of Emergency Management
Kingman

Free Firewood Permits Available Through Mohave County Emergency Management

Photo: Mohave County Division of Emergency Management KINGMAN — A limited number of firewood permits are now available through the Mohave County Division of Emergency Management. Forestry wildland fire mitigation activities inside the Hualapai Mountain Park this summer have generated a sizeable amount of timber waste materials. The general public may request a free firewood Read more

Student holding a stethoscope. (Photo: Online Marketing)
Mohave County

MCC Nursing Program Ranked One of the Best in America

Student holding a stethoscope. (Photo: Online Marketing) MOHAVE COUNTY — The Mohave Community College Registered Nursing program is one of the best in the country, according to new rankings compiled by the website RNCareers.org. “We rigorously evaluated 1,892 RN programs across the country on a number of factors important to nursing students,” said RNCareers.org representative Read more

MCSO Search and Rescue going through training at the 2019 Utah Search and Rescue Conference. (Photo: MCSO S&R)
Mohave County

MCSO Search and Rescue Attends 2019 Utah Search and Rescue Conference

MCSO Search and Rescue going through training at the 2019 Utah Search and Rescue Conference. (Photo: MCSO S&R) MOHAVE COUNTY — The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue had the opportunity this past weekend to instruct tracking classes and lost person behavior at the 10th Annual Utah Search and Rescue conference at Fish Lake. Read more

Ribbon cutting for the Electrical program building on the Neal Campus-Kingman.
Kingman

MCC Unveils New Electrical Program

Ribbon cutting for the Electrical program building on the Neal Campus-Kingman. (Front row, l-r: Kinney Construction CEO Tim Kinney, College Dean Dr. Fred Gilbert, MCC Board Member Dr. Judy Selberg, MCC Board President Dr. Julie Bare, MCC Board Member Vance Miller, Architect Rob Sampson, Architect Todd Brautigam. Back row: Craig Fritsinger, Kinney Construction Team Member.) Read more