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Roommate Stabbing In Kingman

A Wednesday stabbing in north Kingman is under investigation by the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office. Spokeswoman Trish Carter said deputies responded to Kingman Regional Medical Center when summoned at 4:22 a.m. Carter said the interviewed a 25-year-old victim who suffered four stab wounds to a leg and an arm during the violence in a residence in the 3200 block of

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Lake Havasu Aglow Lighthouse Meeting

Lake Havasu Aglow Lighthouse, a nondenominational, full gospel ministry for men and women, will hold its monthly meeting on Saturday, February 18, at 1 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at Stonebridge Christian Fellowship Church, 2700 S. Jamaica Blvd. The Guest Speaker will be Shari Landis of Havasu. There is no charge to attend, but an offering will be received. Reservations

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Learn To Kayak
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Lake Havasu City Parks & Recreation is offering a kayaking class for people who love the great outdoors and a good workout. This class is designed to allow you to kayak at your own pace but not alone. Your guide and equipment are provided and a variety of routes will be offered on and around the blue waters of Lake

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Teen Suffers Breast Bite At Kingman High

A 15-year-old student reportedly suffered a breast bite during a hallway assault before classes began last Friday at Kingman High School. Mohave County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Trish Carter said the victim sought medical treatment after the unwelcome contact. Carter said another student, 18-year-old Antonio Rocha, was arrested without incident and booked into jail on a charge of sexual abuse

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KRMC Foundation Mardi Gras Just Around The Corner!

The Kingman Regional Medical Center Foundation and Kingman OB/GYN Associates second annual Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball is just around the corner! The event (formal or costume attire) will be held Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012 at Hualapai Mountain Medical Center and tickets are going fast. Prices are $50 for a single and $80 for a couple. Doors will open promptly at

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Suspicious Duplex Fire In Bullhead City

Bullhead City fire department personnel responded to a structure fire at 3:50 a.m. Wednesday at a duplex in the 2000 block of Riviera Boulevard. No one was hurt in the fire that burned in the upstairs unit of the structure. “After a coordinated attack, and extensive ceiling removal, fire crews were able to get control and extinguish the fire,” said

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Mural Contest For Bullhead City Animal Shelter

The Colorado River Leadership Class of 2012 is shouting out to area artists. They’re invited to participate in a contest to design a mural to help show off the Bullhead City Animal Shelter. There are a number of guidelines and rules for the contest and entries are due by the first of March. Contact Thomas Marks (928-201-0657) for more information

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MOHAVE COUNTY’S MOST WANTED: Feb. 8, 2012

As of February 8, 2011 there is an outstanding warrant for each individual listed below. Photos: Left to right, top to bottom Andrade, Servando Arellano DOB: 10/23/56 Hispanic Male 5’11 200 lbs Eyes: Bro Hair: Blk Offense: Theft of Means of Transportation, Class 4 Felony DOW: 02/02/12 Reitzammer, John Erich DOB: 10/26/75 White male 5’5 145 lbs Eyes: Bro Hair:

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Public Invited To Workshop On McCulloch Corridor

The Arizona Department of Transportation is working with the City of Lake Havasu City to study corridor improvements through the uptown area (Lake Havasu Ave. to Acoma). Transportation improvements to be evaluated will include roadways, pedestrian, bicycle, and public transit. The study will recommend corridor improvements and will serve as a guide for future community development, project funding, and project

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Snake-Safe Training For Your Dog

Snake Safe training is the best option available to protect your dog from going near a rattlesnake. Also, when you’re with a snake-safe trained dog, you’re with an early warning system that lets you know when a rattlesnake is nearby. The training is completed in one 2 ½ hour session. The class will be held at SARA Park in the

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Bullhead City Fire Pioneer Passes Away

Friends and family mourn the loss of former Bullhead City Fire Chief Bill Wagner. His son indicates that Chief Wagner lost his battle with brain cancer. Wagner was the first paid fire chief of Bullhead City. Services are set Saturday at the First Lutheran Church in Prescott

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Second Suicide Discovered In Mohave County

An alleged embezzler from New Mexico recently drove to Mohave County where she committed suicide south of Lake Havasu. Authorities report that a Chino Valley man has also killed himself in Mohave County. Sheriff’s office spokeswoman Trish Carter said a four wheeler discovered a man slumped over Sunday in a vehicle parked off of Blake Ranch Road east of Kingman.

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