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May 22, 2015 - 1:50pm
Kingman Academy of Learning Earns Bronze Medal
Kingman Academy of Learning was surprised to learn that they earned a bronze medal and were ranked as one of the top schools by U.S. News and World Report. Thousands of schools, both public and charter, were ranked and the Kingman school was named one of 2015’s Best High Schools in the nation. Meanwhile, 108 students graduated from Kingman Academy of Learning this week.

May 22, 2015 - 1:49pm
Memorial Day Weekend Celebrations Taking Place
Several Memorial Day celebrations are set to take place around the Tri-State. The Oatman Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a brief ceremony, including patriotic music and special speakers. That takes place tomorrow at 1pm on Main Street. Ceremonies will also be held at the Flag Plaza near Fisherman’s Access Park and the bridge in Laughlin at 10am, and at Riverview Cemetery in Needles and Desert Lawn Cemetery in Fort Mohave, each starting at 11am. The Avi Casino Resort will also have a fireworks display honoring our nation’s heroes on Sunday, just after dusk.

May 22, 2015 - 1:47pm
Safe Boating Week Means Checkpoints
Safe Boating Week kicked off this week with events at Katherine’s Landing that focused on safety issues, with courtesy vessel inspections. Checkpoints have been set up near Katherine’s Landing, among other areas. There were three arrests for Operating Under the Influence and a large number of boaters also received citations for not having the proper safety equipment.

May 22, 2015 - 1:47pm
Food Truck Vendor Regulations Discussed
New regulations on food truck vendors were discussed yesterday by the Lake Havasu City Hospitality Association. The city’s code enforcement department says they’re necessary and they’re also seeing a rise in food truck vendors. The regulations have not yet been put into place, but they would require, among other things, the proper licenses, permits and insurance.

May 22, 2015 - 1:45pm
Site Six Redevelopment Coming
Site Six will be redeveloped next year and Lake Havasu City Council members voted to add $100,000 to the budget to help with the project. That money will cover the re-design and permitting needed; however, construction on the space probably won’t take place until the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The city owns the building that’s there through a contract with BLM. They’re hoping to make it a public multi-purpose space that would house a restaurant, bar, conference room and convenience store.

May 22, 2015 - 1:41pm
Black Bears Spotted
Black bears have been spotted in and around the Desert Springs Arizona Strip area. Arizona’s Fish and Game are aware of the problem and are attempting to locate the bears. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and Arizona Fish and Game are offering a few tips if you do see a bear. Never approach or try to feed a bear. Remain calm and do not run. Instead, speak in a loud and assertive voice and clap your hands or bang things together to try to scare the bear away. Also avoid eye contact and slowly back away. If you do see a bear, contact the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office or Arizona Game and Fish.

May 22, 2015 - 1:40pm
Tentative Trial Date Set for Former BHC Police Sergeant
The former Bullhead City Police Officer who allegedly sexually assaulted a former student will possibly be going to court in December. A trial date has been set for 38-year-old Jesse Samuel Hoag, who could be facing 5 to 14 years in prison. Hoag was teaching a criminal justice class at MCC when he took one of his students to a bar in Laughlin last October and allegedly sexually assaulted her in a parking lot. Hoag resigned his 11-year position as a Police Sergeant and is currently moving to California.

May 22, 2015 - 1:39pm
Another Phone Scam in Mohave County
Another victim has been scammed in Mohave County. An elderly man who received a phone call about missing jury duty has been scammed out of $500. The caller told him to buy a money card and give him the number on it. Law enforcement officials warn you not to fall for such a scam. Some residents in Mohave County have been victims of both email and telephone scams. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office says they nor the courts will make a phone call asking you to give money for failing to appear in court. If you do not show up for jury duty, you’ll be summoned a second time. If you still don’t show up, you’ll be issued a failure to appear notice, asking to explain your absence before such a fine is issued, and everything is done through the mail.

May 21, 2015 - 1:23pm
Wildlife Presentations Begin with Venomous Creatures
A series of wildlife presentations is coming up in the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s annual Summer Wildlife Series. This Friday, the focus will be on venomous creatures such as spiders and snakes. Additional topics of discussion in subsequent weeks will be Fishing the Habitat, Turkeys, Bats, Javelina and Prairie Dogs. The series continues through August 14th.

May 21, 2015 - 1:18pm
River Regatta Logo Winner Gets $500
A local artist has been picked to represent this year’s River Regatta. Steve Rice of Bullhead City had the winning design and won a $500 prize. This year’s theme is western and its slogan is “Round Up Regatta.” The logo will be placed onto all merchandise, including event t-shirts which will be for sale this year, along with marketing materials and the official River Regatta web site.

May 21, 2015 - 1:17pm
Big Bend Now Open Following Plane Crash
Big Bend State Recreation Area in Laughlin is open once again, just in time for Memorial Day Weekend. The trails on the south side of the Colorado State Recreation Area are still closed, but you can use the ones on the north side. Beaches, boat launch and day use areas and the campground are all open and ready for visitors. The park was closed this week following a small plane crash on Sunday and a wildfire that burned about 34 acres. One victim died and three more remain hospitalized with serious burns.

May 21, 2015 - 1:15pm
Smoking Law Goes into Effect June 18th
A new law goes into effect in Kingman soon that prohibits smoking in vehicles with children present. That includes e-cigarettes as well. A $50 fine will be imposed for first-time offenders. After that, there would be a $100 fine for each offense. The bill, sponsored by the Kingman Youth Coalition – Beating Up Teen Tobacco, goes into effect June 18th. The Coalition says they hoped to help protect those who cannot protect themselves from the effects of secondhand smoke.