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Kingman, Arizona is located in Mohave County. Zip codes in Kingman, AZ include 86409, 86402, and 86401. The median home price in Kingman is $155,000 which is roughly $75/per square foot. More Kingman information.

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3 hrs ago | The Kingman Daily Miner

Had enough rain? If so, this forecast is not for you

The Kingman area didn't get the deluge experienced by other parts of Arizona during recent heavy rains, but there was still plenty of precipitation - and forecasts indicate more rain and thunderstorms will move through this week. For the Kingman area, predictions call for a slight chance of rain today, with thunderstorms likely Wednesday and Thursday.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Kingman Daily Miner

Mind games designed to keep brain fit

KIM STEELE/Miner Sisters Kai Shipley and Sharon Bryan practice shaking hands with their non-dominant left hands during an ongoing 10-week class about the importance of regularly using mental exercises to keep the brain stimulated and sharp. KINGMAN - The mental exercises at the recent Super Noggin class were fun for Kai Shipley and her sister, Sharon Bryan.

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The Kingman Daily Miner

2 indicted for crimes against children

4. The event was in conjunction with a balloon-releasing ceremony in Bullhead City at the same time, which was reported to draw hundreds of people. Emily Phillips organized the Kingman event.

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The Kingman Daily Miner

Rodeo queen pageant leads off Andy Devine Days festivities

The competition is stiff, with six girls ages 12 to 23 vying for the coveted titles of Andy Devine Days Rodeo 2015 queen and teen queen this year. The newly chosen queens will be crowned at 1 p.m. Sept.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The Kingman Daily Miner

Deli joining SHR fast food cluster

The cluster of fast-food restaurants along Stockton Hill Road will grow with the opening of Jimmy John's delicatessen in December, the franchise owners said Friday. It will be the second Jimmy John's location in Mohave County, said Alison Wofford, who opened the first one in Lake Havasu City in April with her husband, Paul.

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The Kingman Daily Miner

Parables, poultry in motion as Mohave County Fair continues

JC AMBERLYN/Miner Michael Gaul and Jayde Eveler, both 15, enjoy the Sizzler Friday evening. The 68th Annual Mohave County Fair continues today.

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The Daily Courier

Remnants from WWII skeet range still haunt Kingman

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will discuss the next steps Tuesday in cleaning up a Kingman site contaminated by a World War II Army gun range. Corps officials are set to meet at Mohave Community College about the 75-acre area just outside of the city and see if further study and relief are needed, the Kingman Daily Miner reported.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Las Vegas Review Journal

Man indicted in Bullhead City girl's death

Justin James Rector was indicted on first-degree murder and other charges Thursday in connection with the death of 8-year-old Isabella "Bela" Grogan-Cannella of Bullhead City, Arizona, on Sept. 3, 2014.

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The Kingman Daily Miner

Candidates: Low teacher pay hurts students, KUSD

The issue of school violence - especially violence perpetrated by an armed intruder or student - prompted an audience member to ask Kingman Unified School Board candidates if they supported the installation of metal detectors in local schools. The short answer was an unequivocal no, but candidates Jim Cave, Charles Lucero and Carole Young expounded on their answers.

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Route 66 News

Electric vehicle museum opens in Kingman

Posted by Ron Warnick in Events , Museums , Preservation , Vehicles . Tags: electric vehicles , Historic Electric Vehicle Foundation , Jim Hinckley , Kingman , Powerhouse Museum , Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum trackback The exhibit of electric vehicles at the Powerhouse Visitors Center on Route 66 in Kingman, Arizona, during the International Route 66 Festival last month has become a permanent museum to EVs, with more vehicles coming soon.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

The Kingman Daily Miner

Hallucinating man ends up arrested

Doug McMurdo Miner Staff Reporter KINGMAN - For the third time in nine days, law enforcement officers in the Kingman area have arrested an area resident who appeared to be under the influence of drugs and completely untethered from reality. The latest is Donald Eugene Tuttle, III, 26, of Golden Valley, who was arrested at about noon on Tuesday in the 2600 block of Neal Avenue after two 911 callers told dispatchers that Tuttle was "carrying a flashlight and acting weird" and "tripping on drugs."

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The Kingman Daily Miner

So far, contamination testing only at old Kingman gunnery

Soldiers would move around a semi-circle while firing at high targets and low targets . Clay debris would fall in the field, but the lead projectiles would continue further out into the desert.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Kingman Daily Miner

Rescued from a house fire: 'I was just about cooked'

The flames had reached the bedroom of his Devlin Avenue home and were climbing an interior wall six feet away from where he stood. The smoke was unbearable, the heat intolerable.

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The Kingman Daily Miner

For Democrats, many hurdles to victory in Mohave County

Promises of an economic rebound made by current lawmakers have failed to materialize, according to state legislative candidate Joe Longoria, and that's what prompted his run for the Arizona Legislature. "We've been promised by our current legislators that they would bring jobs and opportunities to Kingman, and it's not happening," said Longoria.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Phoenix New Times

Arizona Lawmaker Proposes Ban on Giving Machine Guns to Children

After a 9-year-old girl accidentally shot and killed a shooting instructor with an Uzi in Mohave County last week, an Arizona lawmaker is proposing a ban on giving machine guns to children.

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The Kingman Daily Miner

Labor Day roundup: Fatal accident; divers search for missing man

She was unconscious and paramedics revived her before she was ultimately transported to University Medical Center in Las Vegas, where she was pronounced dead Monday evening after she was removed from life support.

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The Kingman Daily Miner

Mohave County to consider other sites for new courthouse

It's going to cost $35,000 to study the choices of where to build the new Mohave County courthouse.

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Big News Network.com

Swimmer missing at Lake Havasu

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

The Kingman Daily Miner

Kingman teacher shaping science studies

An eighth-grade science teacher at Kingman Academy of Learning Middle School has been chosen as one of 29 educators statewide - the only one in Mohave County - to help test a framework for building new science standards for the next generation of students.

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The Kingman Daily Miner

BLM, farm land swap not a done deal

The proposed land swap between Kingman Farms owner Jim Rhodes and the Bureau of Land Management in the Red Lake area will not take place anytime soon - and not before the public is given ample opportunity to weigh in on Rhodes' plan to consolidate and increase his controversial farming operation in the area.

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Flash Flood Watch for Mohave County was issued at September 16 at 4:26AM MST

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