ATV and SXS racers competed during W.O.R.C.S racing this weekend at Crazy Horse Campground.
For all of the results, please visit their website at https://worcsracing.com/
The bikes will compete March 23-25 at Crazy Horse Campground.
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By Mary Garcia-Gomez
Special to RiverSceneMagazine.com
March 8 represented the first year anniversary of the International Book Fairies. Starline's Mini Book Fairies wanted to celebrate by hiding books in Lake Havasu. What better place to hide books to celebrate Book Fairies anniversary than under...
Lake Havasu City photographer Susan Stocker said she first fell in love with photography in high school, but it became her passion as digital photography became prevalent.
"Shooting reflections in nature speaks to my soul, but capturing an angelic baby and doing a digital composition is the most ...
The 22nd annual Queen's Tea presented by the Lake Havasu City Historical Society to support the Lake Havasu Museum of History featured beautiful hats and a fashion show presented by Chic Again was enjoyed by a sold-out audience Sunday. The event at the London Bridge Resort King Arthur Room was awash...
This week's nonprofit spotlight features The River Cities United Way. For more information on the United Way, watch this video by Myriad Studios.
The Women's Marine Corps League Auxiliary recently donated over $700 worth of food to H.A.V.E.N. Family Resource Center Food 4 Kidz Program.
Feature Photo: Pictured (l-r) Barb Olson, Cindy Boatright, Mary Lou O'Connell from H.A.V.E.N., Addie Angel, Debbie Soden and Becky Davis....
More than 2,000 bikes made their way from Parker to Lake Havasu City Sunday afternoon for the annual Toy Run sponsored by the River Riders and was led by Santa riding on a motorcycle.
Two tables were set up on McCulloch Boulevard where participants dropped off toys. Music was provided by Crossc...
Women With Willpower hosted its eighth annual O'Christmas Tree Raffle Sunday afternoon at the London Bridge Resort Convention Center. Businesses donated decorated trees filled with goodies and gift certificates to raffle off for the organization.
The $30,000 raised will go toward helping women...
The RiverScene Magazine team loves to dress up and have fun on Halloween. This year, a few of the team members did a Wayne's World spoof for Fright Night on Main Street!
Thank you to all of the trick or treaters who took part in our video!
Fright Night video created by Myriad Studios:
Thunderbolt Middle School hosted their annual Career Day Thursday morning for eighth grade students. The eighth-graders met representatives from 25 different businesses and organizations to learn about various career paths available to them.
Among the Career Day line-up were representatives from ...