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August 03, 2020 - 11:12am
Prop 417 Voting Starts Tomorrow
Tomorrow Kingman voters will decide whether they want their mayors to serve a four year term or a two year term by voting either for or against proposition 417. Prop 417 proposes to increase the term of office for Mayor from two years to four years. If adopted the change would be effective in the 2022 primary election. Voting yea will indicate support for the four year mayoral term and voting no indicated opposition to the four year term.

August 03, 2020 - 11:11am
Boys and Girls Club Safe Space Program
The Boys and Girls Club of Colorado River is offering a limited number of families an opportunity to qualify for their Safe Space Program. The program is to assist children while they do their virtual learning. The program is 7:30am-6pm Monday through Friday. Space is limited and the program is NOT an alternative for at home parents or families that already have day care where online learning is available. Social distancing, face coverings, and sanitizing guidelines will be followed in Safe Space.

July 31, 2020 - 10:51am
BCESD Grab-and-Go Meals Modified
Bullhead City Elementary School District has modified their free school breakfast and lunch program for the new school year. Though school campuses are still closed but classes have now started, each elementary, and middle and junior high school will have grab-and-go meals available for pick up Monday and Wednesday on each campus. Breakfast and lunch for two consecutive days will be offered from 11:00am- 1:00pm on each pickup day. Parents of children attending the preschool program at Coyote Canyon School should pick their meals up at the adjacent Bullhead City Middle School. Families with questions can contact the school district office

July 31, 2020 - 10:49am
Bond Lowered for Topock Women Suspected of Murder
The bond for a Topock women suspected in the death of her boyfriend has been lowered. 49 year old Jennifer Priole was charged with first-degree murder in the death of her boyfriend, 50 year old Jeffrey Dufour. Priole claims that she and Dufour have been arguing when a verbal confrontation turned physical. However, there were no marks on Priole to confirm her allegations. Video evidence was collected at the house by the MCSO and the bond went from $1 million down to $100,000.

July 31, 2020 - 10:44am
Officer Involved Shooting in Golden Valley
The Kingman Police Department will be investigating an officer-involved shooting between a Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputy and a now-deceased individual. The deputy was conducting a traffic stop referring to a wanted person. The deputy responded to the 3600 block of N. Santa Maria RD in Golden Valley. The individual in question was refusing verbal commands and being uncooperative. The deputy states he saw a weapon, which resulted in more confrontation resulting in shots being fired. The deputy in question is on administrative leave till the investigation is completed.

July 30, 2020 - 10:42am
LHC Pumpkin Festival Cancelled
The Lake Havasu annual Pumpkin Festival has been cancelled. Lake Havasu Firefighter Charities announced that due to the current pandemic and wanting to keep everyone safe that the Pumpkin Festival will be cancelled until next year. The annual London Bridge Days Parade has also been cancelled

July 30, 2020 - 10:41am
CRUHSD Offers Free to Reduced Meals for Those Who Qualify
The Colorado River Union High School District will continue its participation in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. Meals will be offered every school day on each campus even though campuses are currently closed to students. Drive thru food service will begin on July 29th with breakfast and lunch being handed out between 7:30 am- 8:30 am on regular scheduled school days. CRUHSD official encourages parents who have yet to complete the forms for free or reduced meals to go to their website and do so as quickly as possible.

July 29, 2020 - 10:54am
Mine Shaft Shows No Car or People Down It
The mine shaft off of Oatman Hwy south of Silver Creek Road where it was believe a vehicle had fallen down shows no results. The Mohave County Sheriffs Search and Rescue team concluded that no vehicle or individuals were down the shaft. After video returned from the deep-well camera showing no signs, the potential rescue operation was called off. The Arizona State Mine Inspectors Office will contact the mine owner to close off the mine shaft and have repairs done.

July 29, 2020 - 10:52am
Two 13-year-olds Killed in Dolan Springs
Two 13-year-old girls were killed in Dolan Springs. 27 year old Brock Hill collided with the girls while they were out riding quads near milepost 5 on Pierce Ferry Road in Dolan Springs. The two young girls were pronounced dead at the scene. A third rider, a 19 year old female was transported with life threatening injuries. Hill, the driver of the truck allegedly fled the scene on foot. He was later located be the sheriffs office and booked on suspicion of three counts of leaving the scene of a fatal accident.

July 28, 2020 - 10:58am
Arizona Bar Owners Sueing Over State Closure
Arizona’s bar owners to sue over state closure. When the Governor of Arizona announced that bars, gyms, movie theaters and more would be closed indefinitely 50 owners of 44 bars from all over the state filed a lawsuit with the Arizona Supreme Court. The attorney representing the bar owners states that his clients want to be safe, but the government should not be able to have the authority to pause the livelihood of Arizona residents for months on end. The prosecutor has till next week to file a response to the opposition given, at which point the Supreme Court will decide whether to hear the case or not.

July 28, 2020 - 10:52am
Raegan Heitzig Body Found After Two Years
The body found on July 2nd along the California shoreline of the Colorado River in Needles, has been confirmed as Raegan Heitzig. She was presumed dead after a head on boat collision that occurred in September of 2018. Heitzig was identified by using her dental records according to the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department. The accident occurred on Labor Day weekend, the two boats collided and the passengers were thrown into the water while both boats sank. Several different agencies searched the river and riverbanks from the crash site down to Lake Havasu in an effort to find Heitzig.

July 27, 2020 - 11:02am
MVESD First Quarter to be Through Distance Learning
Mohave Valley Elementary School District will have the first quarter of the 20-21 school year through distance learning. The board voted to not attempt in-person classes until at least October 1st. The school district emphasizes that the core of any back-to-school plan has to include “safety first” for both students and staff. Part of the decision came to the fact that it would help to have an entire quarter conducted under the same structure rather than having two weeks of distance learning then shift to in-person and then the possibility of going back to distance. They hope by making the decision now they would not have to worry about the back and forth of future issues.