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August 27, 2015 - 12:08pm
Washington Post Lists Mohave County as 68th in Nation
Mohave County got some pretty nice reviews after an article was published in the Washington Post. Out of more than 3,000 counties studied throughout the U.S., Mohave County came in 68th place. Factors such as scenery, natural amenities, climate and water all come in to play, and lots of people come to the lake to play and eventually move to Mohave County. The Washington Post released an interactive map in their article last week.

August 27, 2015 - 12:06pm
Recovery In the Park Event Set to Take Place
A celebration called Recovery in the Park will be taking place September 19th from 11am to 1pm. The Mohave Area Partnership Promoting Education Decisions will hold the celebration at Bullhead Community Park. It will be a family-friendly event with a bicycle giveaway, courtesy of the Bullhead City Walmart. There’s no charge to attend the event, celebrating freedom from drugs, alcohol and mental health issues. There will also be refreshments and live entertainment.

August 27, 2015 - 12:04pm
Andy Devine Days Parade Seeking Participants
If you’d like to be in the parade for Andy Devine Days, there’s still time. It’s part of the Best of the West on Route 66 Festival, which takes place in Kingman on September 25th through 27th. Whether you’re entering as a business, entertainer, musical act, youth group, horse or other animal group or organization, public service agency, politician, church or youth group, it’s free to participate. Contact the Kingman Parks and Recreation Department for more information. They can be reached at 928-757-7919. Les and Lyndal Byram will be the parade’s Grand Marshals.

August 27, 2015 - 12:04pm
Trial Involving Alleged Sexual Abuse to Take Place in January
A 42-year-old Bullhead City man who’s been charged with sexual abuse of an 8-year-old boy as well as felony child pornography possession will begin his trial January 25th of next year, with a pre-trial hearing January 11th. Jason Alan Long was charged with four counts of sexual conduct with a minor under the age of 12, plus molestation of a child, luring a minor for sexual exploitation and other charges. He’s also charged with 11 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor under 12 after being accused of having images of children on his computer. He also faces 20 felony counts of child pornography possession.

August 27, 2015 - 12:03pm
BHC Fire and WARMC Reach Agreement
The Bullhead City Fire Department reached a new agreement with Western Arizona Regional Medical Center in order form the hospital to oversee emergency services for the fire department. WARMC will also sign off on training for the EMTS and paramedics as well as provide doctors who will work with personnel who are on the scene of an incident. A base station agreement was signed with Valley View Medical Center last year; however, Fire Chief Rick Southey says it’s better to have it closer to their area, with a new agreement at WARMC.

August 27, 2015 - 12:02pm
Bullhead City Man's Trial Postponed
The 29-year-old Bullhead City man who was charged with a variety of sex crimes involving children will be in court this October. 29-year-old Ralph Fernandez III was granted a postponement of his trial. A pretrial hearing will take place October 13, with the trial to begin October 27th. He’s charged with molestation of a child by domestic violence and sexual conduct of a minor under the age of 12, among other things, after a teacher found a note that a 7-year-old girl had, talking about how Fernandez had molested her.

August 26, 2015 - 1:38pm
Red Cross Disaster Action Team Being Formed in Bullhead City
A Red Cross Disaster Action Team is being formed in Bullhead City. The organization’s goal is not to replace current emergency services, but to help victims in disasters, such as the Willow Fire, get immediate help and connect them to the proper agencies. The teams will provide around-the-clock help for those who need to access basic necessities such as food, shelter and clothing in a local disaster, as well as help coordinate long-term recovery efforts with local and state organizations. 35 volunteers have signed up already, and if you’d like more information, you can visit the web site at redcross.org.

August 26, 2015 - 1:35pm
Laughlin Community Achievement Awards Nominations Due by September 1
The 2015 Community Achievement Awards are coming up October 24th at the Aquarius Casino Resort. You have a few days left to nominate an individual, business or organization that makes a difference in the Tri-State. Categories include Youth Citizen of the Year, Public Service and Civic Service, Entrepreneur, Large and Small Business nominations, Community and Social Service Organizations, Green Businesses, Educator of the Year and Humanitarian of the Year. You have until September 1st to vote. You can get a form from laughlinchamber.com and tickets are available at the Laughlin Chamber of Commerce.

August 26, 2015 - 1:33pm
Not Showing Up for Jury Duty May Cost You
Not showing up for jury duty may cost you money or even a warrant for your arrest. If you don’t show up for jury duty, your name will be on a summons for the next court trial. If you don’t show up for that, you might just be arrested. You’ll need to explain why you didn’t make it to jury duty and possibly even pay fines. 59 people will be getting an Order to Show Cause notice to attend court in October. The courts will pick people who are registered voters as well as drivers in Arizona. Once you’ve served on a jury or if you’ve been excused from jury duty, you won’t be called on for two more years.

August 26, 2015 - 1:33pm
Jury Duty, Other Scams Still Circulating
Scams involving jury duty are still going around in Mohave County. A potential victim said someone called pretending to be from the Bullhead City Police Department and told them there was a warrant for their arrest because they had missed jury duty. The caller told them to purchase a money card and give them the number over the phone. Other scams going around the Tri-State involve callers who pose as employees of the clerk’s office, attorney’s office or who pose as police officers and sheriff’s deputies, threatening arrest for unpaid fines. Email scams are also being circulated which look like official documents, and which contain links to a virus that can destroy your computer or give hackers access to your personal information.

August 26, 2015 - 1:32pm
Mohave Valley Pedestrian Identified
An investigation is still underway, but authorities say the pedestrian who was killed last month on Highway 95 in Mohave Valley has been identified. 64-year-old Walter York, who lived in Casa Grande, Arizona, was hit by a fast-moving vehicle around Cimarron and Highway 95. No one has been arrested yet in the case and authorities are still waiting for DNA tests and following leads to find out who was driving.

August 26, 2015 - 1:31pm
Man Arrested for Felony Burglary
A 26-year-old Mohave Valley man was arrested on charges of felony burglary. He was allegedly seen taking three chrome rims out of his neighbor’s garage. David Ryan Huffman III told Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies that he did not have the rims, but his friends did. He was taken to the Mohave County Jail in Kingman.