Lake Havasu City American Legion Motorcycle Riders met with veterans at Prestige Assisted Living Wednesday afternoon. The riders presented the veterans with certificates of appreciation and thanked them for their service.
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By Stefanie Thompson
Residents driving around Lake Havasu City for the last year and a half may have occasionally noticed a familiar vehicle on the road – a blast from the past. Or future.
The genuine DeLorean DMC-12 doesn’t just stand out because it’s a rare 19...
By Emily Cassens
Lake Havasu City just wouldn’t be the same without Parks and Recreation — an essential organization that plays a huge part in making the community such a great place to play.
There are two women who work behind the scenes of Parks and Recreation to ensure its operations ar...
By Stefanie Thompson
When Rudy Arevalo first moved to Lake Havasu City from Southern California, he hoped to “get to live where I used to vacation and get to work at what was a hobby.”
Now 13 years later, he has fully achieved that goal.
Arevalo began the Arevalo Academy teaching mixed ...
By Grace Usher
Most folks remember their favorite books they read as a child. The smell of a old, dusty bound book from the library, the way the real world disappeared while the words swept the reader into another world with new adventures.
As adults, readers universally connect to a particul...
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Sabre Building Corp., is a locally owned contracting company that designs anything a resident homeowner may need. Originally, the company was started in 1989 by Dwight Kramer. Kramer was a contractor that focused primarily on commercial development. In the earl...
As the Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair kicks off today, the adventures of taking to the air are in the hands of the balloon pilots. And adventures of some of those pilots provide the backdrop to the serene experience of flight.
When piloting a balloon, every moment is crucial in a successful fli...
There is more than meets the grill of a Volkswagen Bus. Inside, secrets, adventures and stories abound. What truly makes the VW culture such an iconic community is not the vessels themselves, but the drivers behind every wheel.
Every January, the crazy, kooky and down-to-earth trek from across th...
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 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 ...