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Ever Think About Going Home?

A Message from Kingman City Commissioner  Elizabeth Lower Madden, class of 64

On behalf of the citizens of Kingman, we would be happy to welcome you home.

Remember what a small town is like?  You can name everyone you graduated with.  You know what 4-H is.  You used to cruise Main.  You went to parties at a pasture, barn or in the middle of a dirt road.  You scheduled parties around the schedule of different police officers, since you knew which ones would bust you.  The golf course has only nine holes.  Directions arenít given by street names but by references.  Turn by Nelsonís house, go 2 blocks east by Andersonís and itís 4 houses left of the track field.  Anyone you want can be found at the local gas station or coffee shop.  You see a least one friend a week driving a tractor though town.  Directions are given using THE stop light as a reference.  You decide to walk and 5 people pull over and ask you if you need a ride somewhere.  

We would love for any of you to come home.  Bring your family.  Start a business.  Take life a little easier.

Real Estate is available.  The school has been expanded.  We have our own Electric plant, we have a new waste water system.  The airport, recently named the Kingman Airport, Clyde Cessna Field is one of the finest a small community can offer.

If you are looking for a change of lifestyle, a move home to Kingman might be just the thing.

 Here are some links to Kingman resource pages:

City of Kingman Home Page

Kingman County Home Page

Special Events in Kingman

Subscribe to the Kingman Leader Courier

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