Pop the cork! It's time for a celebration.
It's not just about RiverScene Magazine celebrating its third anniversary, it's about the RiverScene Magazine celebration of Lake Havasu City for the past three years.
Yes, for three years, RiverScene has been telling the stories of the Lake Havasu co...
Saturday, a very familiar annual event took place.
The Lake Havasu City 45th Polar Bear Day Plunge began at noon and aside from the relative non-“polar” conditions, those participating felt the chill of the waters of the lake.
Bethany Hardin, of host organization Havasu Boat and Ski Club, ...
The Lake Havasu City police officer Tyler Tribolet was named Police Officer of the Year by the Lake Havasu City Kiwanis Club Thursday.
“It’s an honor to get Officer of the Year from this organization. It means a lot to myself and my family,” Tribolet said.
Nathan Burnell, president of th...
Lake Havasu City Maintenance Services will accept discarded Christmas trees from residents beginning Friday through Jan. 12.
One drop-off location will be provided in the city lot across from the Aquatic Center located at 100 Park Ave. The trees will be composted into mulch and used as organic co...
Students at Arevalo Academy in Lake Havasu City spent the weeks leading to the Christmas holiday placing new, unwrapped gifts under the Christmas tree.
The gifts were loaded into a truck on the last day of school before the break to be distributed to foster children throughout Mohave County.
Lake Havasu City’s Patriot Guard Riders. American Legion Riders, and the Red Iron Brotherhood welcomed 16 U.S. Marines home Saturday morning.
The family of Marine Corporal Alex Castro requested the Riders’ presence to honor him for his service. Castro was joined by 14 more Marines returnin...
Every year, swimmers take off and make the trek across the Bridgwater Channel in Lake Havasu City to take the honor of tripping the switch to ignite the Festival of Lights, heralding the holiday season.
This year, 82 swimmers took the plunge, many from California and Canada, and from as young as ...
Two hardy kayak paddlers are taking on the Lower Colorado River to support Break the Silence Against Domestic Violence. And they stopped by the Sand and Water Expo in Lake Havasu City Saturday.
James Hermes and Izzy Collett are paddling from the Hoover Dam to Morelos Dam near Yuma.
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To kick off the winter sports season, the Lake Havasu Boys varsity basketball team competed in the Jamboree Scrimmage against the Parker Havoc and the Fort Mohave Devils Saturday. Even though the scrimmage didn’t count as an actual game, the Knights demonstrated how dominant they look to be ...
The Cancer Association of Havasu’s annual Elegant Evening Wednesday at the London Bridge Resort Convention Center featured “Las Vegas Style.”
Under the umbrella of the Havasu Community Health Association, the Cancer Association hosts the Elegant Evening yearly to raise funds to fight cancer...