Magazine says Kingman is the nicest place in Arizona

By Scott Craven | Arizona Republic

When thinking of the nicest places in Arizona, Kingman may not immediately come to mind. Or, frankly, at all. Not when the competition includes the Grand Canyon, Sedona and Bisbee, just to name a few of state’s nicest spots.

So how was it that Kingman was recently chosen the nicest place in Arizona by none other than Reader’s Digest?

It all depends on your definition of nice. This being Reader’s Digest, it’s about kindness.

Kingman largely was cited for the way residents adopted a man they called Santa James (real name, James Zyla), a homeless gentleman sporting a long gray beard as well as garb associated with that of St. Nick.


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