NEEDLES — City Manager Rick Daniels expressed pride in progress the community is making, fueled largely by the promise of profit from the medical cannabis industry, when he addressed the Needles Downtown Business Alliance in its monthly meeting at the Wagon Wheel Restaurant on Jan. 4.
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BULLHEAD CITY — A 15-year-old Bullhead City boy who disappeared Nov. 9 after being dropped off at school has been found.
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NEEDLES — In April, the Women’s Club of Needles brought back their flower show for an 88th appearance. The Fort Mojave Indian Tribe donated a scoreboard to the Needles’ softball fields. The I-40 to Arizona Hwy. 95 connector project was reported to be coming in under budget by $16,714.99 and …
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NEEDLES — The Needles Middle School Ponies Cross Country team had a successful year as 17 students participated in the team.
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NEEDLES — The city recreation department is reestablishing the A Division basketball league for boys and girls in seventh and eighth grades.
NEEDLES — The Needles Unified School District has made changes to their Needles Middle School Basketball program.
Fireworks display in time lapse video, taken July 4, 2017, at Avi Resort Casino.
NEEDLES — The Route 66 Hot Boat and Custom Car Show returns Feb. 23 and 24, 2018, according to the Needles Chamber of Commerce.
NEEDLES — The Needles Chamber of Commerce is accepting registrations now for the ninth annual Route 66 Hot Boat and Custom Car Show to be held in and around the city on Feb. 24 and 25, 2017.
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MOJAVE NATIONAL PRESERVE — While plans are for campgrounds to remain open water will be scarce to none in the Mojave National Preserve over the coming months.
NEEDLES — In order to open dialogue between the Needles City Council and the Needles Chamber of Commerce regarding the chamber to be moved to El Garces a subcommittee had to be established.
NEEDLES — The Needles Chamber of Commerce wants visitors to have a good first impression of the community and argues the best way to accomplish that is to move over to the El Garces, where they would continue to function as the community’s welcome center.
NEEDLES — On Oct. 10, a great many historic military and support vehicles came rumbling down Broadway to their designated stop in Needles, Calif. The Military Vehicle Preservation Association convoy was conducting their fourth trip; which started in Chicago, Ill., and ended in Santa Monica C…
SAN BERNARDINO — The county Department of Public Works is constructing two new bridges and road improvements on National Trails Highway (Route 66) at Dola Ditch and Lanzit Ditch, east of Kelbaker Road near Amboy.