Community News

Havasu Stick ‘Em and Family Day
The Havasu Community Health Foundation held their annual Havasu Stick 'Em and Family Day Saturday at the Aquatic Center. Families were able to get their child's immunizations, as well as participate in family games and receive free helmets from the Lake Havasu Rotary Club. A free breakfast was pr... Read More
Local Author Releases New Book
Press Release: In Lake Havasu City author MaryEllen Thome’s new book, “Sea Glass,” readers will learn that just as broken glass on the beach is tumbled and tossed until the pieces are smooth and polished, able to be used to make something beautiful, so God takes the trials of our lives and use... Read More
More than 70 school-aged children received shirts and shoes Saturday morning at the Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center. Shirts and shoes were donated by residents in Lake Havasu to the nonprofit organization "Pay It Forward Havasu" over the past few weeks. Pay It Forward volunteers then helped give ... Read More
American Youth Football Lake Havasu Chiefs, formally known as Pop Warner Chiefs, started practice this week at the Island Ball Fields. More than 70 players and cheerleaders turned out to get ready for the football season. Friday is the last day for sign ups. For further information, visit https:... Read More
Mudshark Brewery’s Watermelon Carving Contest
This is a sponsored story. National Watermelon Day is Aug. 3. What better way to celebrate watermelons than with a watermelon carving contest? Mudshark Brewery, proud brewer of Watermelon Wheat Beer, will be hosting a watermelon carving contest at Jersey’s Grill Aug. 3 from 5 to 8pm. “Summ... Read More
Leadership Lake Havasu Gearing Up For Class Of 2018
Citizens of Lake Havasu looking to improve themselves and the community need to look no farther than the Leadership Lake Havasu program offered by the Chamber of Commerce. [caption id="attachment_19294" align="aligncenter" width="1021"] Cal Sheehy speaks to an LLH class. photo courtesy LLH[/capti... Read More
  The Lake Havasu City Association of Realtors has a lot of fun every year with Realtor Olympics, but more than that, this year the events raised more than $39,000 to help local nonprofits. Those funds were distributed  Friday to 14 local nonprofits: The Salvation Army, Arizona's Children, Chi... Read More
The 12U Scorpions Head To New York
  Lake Havasu’s own 12U Scorpions baseball team is making the trip of a lifetime this week to play in the Cooperstown Baseball World tournament, located in Cooperstown, NY. The tournament, boasted as the “only premier international tournament in the area,” will last a week and have as ... Read More
Rock Painting Summer Craze Hits Lake Havasu
By Karley Glover/LHHS Journalism Student: Rocks have become a hobby for many around Lake Havasu. But not just regular rocks, painted rocks that are then hidden around town. The rocks are painted by individuals and have been hidden around in various places. Anyone can do it and rocks are being ... 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