Mohave County Local News & Articles

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    Mohave County’s Role in Arizona’s Economy

    Mohave County, located in the northwestern corner of Arizona, is more than just a scenic wonderland. It is a significant contributor to the state's economy, playing a crucial role in various sectors from tourism to mining. This article delves into how Mohave County, with its unique resources and strategic location, boosts Arizona's economic landscape.

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    Hiking Trails near Kingman, AZ

    In search of the greatest hiking routes near Kingman? Whether you want to go hiking, biking, trail running, or exploring other outdoor activities, Kingman has a variety of excellent trails. Let's take a look at the most popular hiking trails near Kingman:

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    Interesting facts about the London Bridge

    London Bridge is a bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. It was built in the 1830s and was previously slung across the Thames in London, England. It was disassembled in 1967 and moved to Arizona. The bridge in Arizona is a reinforced concrete structure finished with the original masonry of the 1830s bridge that was purchased by Robert P. McCulloch from the city of London.

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    Lake Havasu Economic Development

    Lake Havasu City is situated in Mohave County, Arizona and encompasses 42 square miles. Its population is 55.090 people (2018). Lake Havasu's economic development is determined by its geographical situation. It's located on the eastern shore of Lake Havasu on the Colorado River border of California and Arizona and isolated from the other cities in Mohave County.

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    Cost of living in Mohave County

    Mohave is known for a comfortable year-round climate. The county residents are given a wide range of housing options, while the cost of living is comfortably below the national average. 

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    Agricultural Industry in Mohave County

    Mohave County was one of the original four Arizona counties created by the First Territorial Legislature in 1864. The county includes 8,486,400 acres, making it the second largest county in Arizona. The county is generally sparsely settled with only 55,865 people in the 1980 census and 93,497 in 1990. Most of the county is owned by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. The county includes part or all of three Indian Reservations: Hualapai, Kaibab-Paiute, and Fort Mohave. Other federal lands within the county boundaries include Grand Canyon National Park, Pipe Spring National Monument, Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge, Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and Kaibab National Forest. Lake Havasu State Park and Hualapai Mountain County Park are other government-owned parks in the county. 

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    Alternative energy industry in Mohave County

    With 13.461 square miles total territory and 200.186 people population, Mohave County is the second-largest county in Arizona and the fifth largest in the country. With large plots of available land for energy projects and monetary grants from the US Department of Energy, Mohave County is one of the leaders in alternative energy development. From natural gas to biomass and from wind to solar, the energy in Mohave County is rising and thriving. 

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    Mohave County History

    Located in the northwestern part of Arizona, Mohave County is the second-largest county in the state, with a total area of 13,461 square miles. 

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    Tourism Industry in Lake Havasu City

    Lake Havasu City is one of the top travel destinations in Mohave County, Arizona. The city offers a variety of recreational activities for visitors who are traveling in groups of family and friends or on their own alike. Lake Havasu City is chock-full of hotels and hostels, restaurants and cafes, and of course entertainment to fit everyone’s taste. Read on to find out some popular tourist attractions and things to do in Lake Havasu City. 

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    History of Kingman Arizona

    The city of Kingman is the administrative center of Mohave County (Arizona) and is best known for being the heart of the famous Route 66.  

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    The best day trips from Lake Havasu City

    Lake Havasu City is Arizona’s top destination for those who are looking for outdoor adventures and fun activities. A variety of affordable relaxation options makes Lake Havasu City a perfect home base for day trips in Arizona’s west. In this article, we will share top day trip ideas around Lake Havasu City that you won’t find anywhere else in the country.