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The Big ‘N’ Crooked Legend Lives On
One iconic houseboat that floated on the waters of Lake Havasu in the early days of Lake Havasu City is the stuff of which legends are made. The stories of Big ‘N’ Crooked have abounded and entertained folks from Lake Havasu City for years. And many of those who launched the houseboat in 1974... Read More
When Lorinda Moore arrived in Lake Havasu City about three years ago, she wanted to find a way to meet people and make friends. That’s when she started the Facebook page Lake Havasu Social. On the page, Moore invited folks to join her for a social time to break bread and get to know one another... Read More
20-Year-Old Band Uniforms On Their Last ‘Legs’
While members of the Lake Havasu High School Band have been attending band camp this week, the band’s director Kimberly Schreiber is trying to figure out how to raise funds for myriad expenses that accompany an operation of its size. Schreiber also is the orchestra director for the high school. ... Read More
Dr. Tania Sobchuk, president of the London Bridge Rotary Club, working with other groups and individuals, raised $7,000 to purchase a vision screening machine to make it possible for Lake Havasu City school children to receive vision screenings. London Bridge Rotary Club donated $1,000; Lake Hava... Read More
Mudshark Brewery Awarded For Water Conservation Efforts
This year, a certificate of recognition program was created in Lake Havasu City to recognize individuals/businesses for their water conservation and sustainability efforts. The most recent recipient was awarded Monday. Water consumption by Mudshark Brewery fell significantly over the past year fr... Read More
Monsoon Roars Into Havasu
Wind gusts of up to 49 mph were recorded at the Lake Havasu City Airport Saturday evening. Scant moisture was reported during the storm that consisted mostly of high winds. A wind gust of 56 mph was reported at the London Bridge. [caption id="attachment_19061" align="aligncenter" width="1021"] A ... Read More
Havasu Fourth Offers Variety
Calvary Baptist will host a service July 4 at 9 a.m. celebrating the nation and freedom. The public is invited to the service that will feature the Marine Corps League Honor Guard, the community choir and a veteran’s photo wall. [caption id="attachment_18897" align="aligncenter" width="102... Read More
Today marks the first day of a very busy Fourth of July week on Lake Havasu, as well as on the streets and roadways in Lake Havasu City. Boaters and motorists are advised to bring a lot of patience while navigating around the city and at the main public boat launch ramps that get recreationists o... Read More
Backpacks For Kids Donations Needed
When sixth-grader Ciella Burke set out on a journey to help parents offset back-to-school expenses, she probably didn’t think that seven years later, her younger sister Saige Farley would be following in her footsteps. But that’s just what’s happened. Saige Farley is now a sophomore and is ... Read More