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May 07, 2021 - 09:32am
New Artist Chosen for Mural on Highway 95
The Bullhead City Council approved a second artist to complete the mural above Highway 95 at the intersection of Hancock Road and Alta Vista Road. Desiree Moran was offered the opportunity to finish the “God Bless the U.S.A.” mural on a block wall overlooking 95. The original artist completed her work last month; however the city council and the home owners were not happy with the completed work. Stating it did not look like the work that the artist originally submitted when chosen by the council and homeowner.

May 07, 2021 - 09:28am
Two Superintendents Finalist Chosen for CRUSHSD Board
Two finalists have been named for the Colorado River School District Superintendent. The CRUHSD Governing School Board has selected two finalists for the position, Gina Covert and Monte Silk, CRUHSD has a combined enrollment of more than 1,700 students at Mohave High School in Bullhead City, River Valley High School in Mohave Valley and the CRUHSD Academy on the RVHS campus. Board members hope to begin second interview starting May 26th at the Anderson Auto Group Field house.

May 07, 2021 - 09:22am
A Second Laughlin Bridge is Getting Closer to Reality
The project to build a second bridge that would connect Bullhead City and Laughlin to each other seems to be moving along. The Clark County Board of Commissioners was awarded a $52 million dollar bid from the Henderson, Nevada, construction firm Fisher Sand and Gravel. The bridge is expected to be built near the Parkway by the Mohave Crossroads Shopping Center. According to the agreement between Clark County and Fisher Sand and Gravel, the bridge should be completed within two years once construction begins. Construction is expected to begin this fall with hopes of completely by fall of 2023.

May 06, 2021 - 10:02am
Laughlin Event Center Returning to Live Music
The Laughlin Event Center is expecting to return to live music. Golden Entertainment unveiled a lineup for concerts coming to the Event Center in 2021. Starting with Miranda Lambert on September 4th, Lynyrd Skynyrd on October 2nd, and Toby Keith on October 23rd. The E-center located at the Edgewater Resort and Casino will also be having Australian rock band Little River on July 21st, classic rock band America on August 21st, and singer-ventriloquist Darci Lynne on November 27th. Tickets will go on sale to the public starting May 7th. All tickets for the Laughlin Event Center can be purchased at laughlineventcenter.com and tickets for the E-Center can be purchased on the Edgewater website.

May 06, 2021 - 09:56am
Injured Hiker Rescued From Burning Foothills of Hualapai Mountain
An injured hiker was rescued from the burning foothills of Hualapai Mountains. According to Mohave County Search and Rescue officials, a 37 year old victim was heard calling for help after the victim reportedly was hiking in a rugged area of the foothills and injured his ankle. Pinion Pine fire officials, medical personal, and Kingman Department of Public Safety air rescue helicopter were launched to aid the injured hiker. The victim apparently refused medical treatment and was transported safely home.

May 05, 2021 - 09:22am
Vaccines Available May 8th at BHC Police Department Parking Lot
North Country HealthCare is partnering with Bullhead City and the Legacy Foundation to offer the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to the public from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. May 8. Vaccines will be available to anyone 18 and older who is a Mohave County resident. Pre-registration for appointments is required; to schedule a free appointment, call North Country HealthCare at 928-704-1221. The event will be hosted in the parking lot of the Bullhead City Police Department on Marina Blvd.

May 05, 2021 - 09:18am
Flag Fire 88% Contained
The Flag Fire in the Hualapai Mountains is now 88% contained. The Flag Fire started Sunday April 25th between Flag Mine and Wild Cow Campground and has burned over 1200 acres of land. At the peak of the fire there was over 300 firefighters fighting to contain the blaze; however thanks to good weather and the efforts of all firefighters they have reduced the fire and the number of firefighters need. The fire is currently still under investigation but it has been determined that the fire was caused by a human.

May 04, 2021 - 09:46am
KRMC Receives "A" rating
Kingman Regional Medical Center earns an ‘A’ safety grade. The Kingman Regional Medical Center received an “A” grade in the spring 2021from the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade. The Leapfrog Group is an independent watchdog organization committed to health care quality and safety. It assigns letter grades (A-F) twice a year to all general hospitals in the U.S. The Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade is the only ratings program based exclusively on hospitals’ prevention of medical errors and other harms to patients.

May 04, 2021 - 09:33am
Gurtler To Retire From Bench
Charles Gurtler is retiring from the bench. Gurtler is retiring and resigning his position as presiding judge of Mohave County Superior Court. Gurtler has served 27 years on the bench and believes it is time to pursue other interests. Gurtler mostly handled juvenile matters and became Division 1 of Mohave County Superior Court in 2002. Gutler informed Governor Doug Ducey that he intends to step down on June 30th. Ducey's office issued notice Friday that the window has opened for anyone interested and eligible to apply for appointment to serve out the remainder of Gurtler's term.

May 03, 2021 - 10:09am
LHC Bussiness Owner Withdraws From Plea Agreement
A former Lake Havasu City business owner charged with fraud has withdrawn from a plea agreement and requested a change of judge after a Mohave County judge rejected the sentencing limitations of the said plea agreement. 32 year old Steve Leprohon previously pleaded guilty to a single count of fraud for failing to complete jobs after customers paid up-front. The plea agreement stipulated no more than 90 days in jail, 7 years of probation and the requirement to pay at least $215,000 in restitution, which the judge did not believe was appropriate for the crime committed, resulting in the rejection of the plea agreement. Leprohon withdrew from the agreement and requested a change of judge to move his case in to another court division.

May 03, 2021 - 10:05am
Two Arrested in Drive-by Shooting
Two Kingman men were arrested in relation to a drive-by shooting incident that took place last Tuesday at an occupied duplex, in the 3500 block of N. Roosevelt St. The investigation resulted in the arrest of Phillip Stosser and Sebastian Nelson both 18. According to reports, Stosser was the driver, while Nelson was the shooter in the incident. One of the victims was said to be in a physical altercation with Stosser earlier Tuesday evening. Bullet holes were located in both of the homes of the duplex as well as two vehicles. Stosser and Nelson were charged with suspicion of felony drive by shooting, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct with a weapon. No injuries were reported in the shooting.

May 03, 2021 - 09:36am
Update on Flag Fire in Kingman
The spread of Flag Fire in the Hualapais Mountains has slowed thanks to good weather. Humidity and rainfall has helped slow the advancement of the wildfire burning the Hualapai Mountains southeast of Kingman that began on Sunday afternoon. It is reported that 1400 acres have been burned due to the fire. Pine Lake Fire Chief Chris Shaffer expressed gratitude that only one outbuilding has been lost while crews have successfully protected structures and communications equipment on the mountain.