Havasu 95 Speedway jump started the year with the first race of 2018 Saturday night.
The sold-out evening was packed with events, beginning with qualifying races for the nights main attractions.
After 30 laps, No. 77, Danny French won the pony stock race.
The Havasu Black Belt Academy is a family affair. The academy is operated by Karen Fresh and assisted by her husband Mark Fresh and her daughter, Alexandra Landoni.
The Fresh family has been involved in martial arts since their middle son was very young.
The couple has 11 children ...
By Karley Glover/LHHS RiverScene
Located off London Bridge Road, the isolated sanctuary of Mesquite Bay is a tranquil area that offers a variety of ways to enjoy Lake Havasu’s natural beauty.
Among several activities, the still waters of Mesquite Bay provide an ideal launch site for non-mo...
A long flight from the bright, sunny state of Arizona to the tropical island retreat of Hawaii is a chance that many dream of. For Lake Havasu High School student Alejandro Castro, that dream is coming true.
On Nov. 29, Castro found a letter in the mail informing him he had the opportunity...
Last weekend, the high school classes of 1970-1976 returned for the Lake Havasu City Pioneer Reunion.
The reception area was filled with long-lost friends being reunited and memories of the good old days flooded the minds of those there.
Event coordinator Toni Trembley Ade, class of 1976,...
Nearly 20 years ago, the world lost Diana, Princess of Whales, also known as the People's Princess. On Aug. 31, 1997, Diana died after suffering major injuries sustained in a car crash in Paris. The world mourned Diana and her life greatly impacted others.
One of the many who were affected, is L...
Lake Havasu City’s Jamie Larson has been making jewelry since she was in sixth grade.
She first began making jewelry as a hobby after reading a book in which paperclip earrings were made. After creating her own earrings from paper clips, Larson was hooked and she began making jewelry all the ti...
By Karley Glover/LHHS Journalism Student:
In 1957, Linda Mowery moved to Lake Havasu City when the city was still known as Site Six. “We turned down a dirt road that was like a roller coaster leading to Site Six,” Mowery said.
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