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50 Years On The River
Submitted Story By Dan Delasantos and Contributing Photographer Amy Harmon: When you look out over Lake Havasu in the summer months today what do you see? On a busy weekend you will find thousands of recreationists enjoying a fun filled day on the water with family and friends. From the top of th... Read More
4th Annual Infant and Pregnancy Loss Vigil
Families gathered at Rotary Park Sunday evening for the 4th Annual Infant Pregnancy Loss Candlelight Vigil. The vigil was hosted by the group Rae of Hope for mothers that have miscarried a baby during pregnancy or a baby was stillborn. Rae of Hope was started after its founders Tamara and Dennis ... Read More
Extra Life Marathon: Where Game Meets Give
Gamers of all ages, get ready to play for a cause. This November, The Purple Griffin is hosting the 3rd Annual Extra Life Event Game Marathon at Social Bean at the Shops at Lake Havasu. The event is a 25-hour gaming marathon with proceeds to benefit  the Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The intern... Read More
Meet Lake Havasu’s Friendly Neighborhood Dinosaur
Just north of the intersection of Acoma Boulevard and Rainbow Avenue lives Lake Havasu’s very own dinosaur. Meet Mowie (short for Mowasaurus), a California transplant that loves to dress up for every holiday season and greet Havasuvians each and everyday. Mowie was born in 1990 in Elverta,... Read More
Blood Drive Set For Next Week In Havasu
Press Release from Havasu Regional Medical Center: HRMC has been receiving numerous calls from the community regarding where they can donate blood. I have spoken with United Blood Services in Las Vegas and they have had a wonderful response locally from donors. They will be conducting their sched... Read More
United Way Celebrates Year Of Successes
Lake Havasu City United Way kicked off this year’s drive Friday. United Way’s Community Impact Director Ashley Wood said, “Today we are doing the Lake Havasu City United Way kickoff that is going to celebrate our campaigns and successes we’ve had over the last year and our impact that we ... Read More
Hunger Awareness Walk
Participants walked up McCulloch Blvd. Saturday morning for Interagency's  Hunger Awareness Walk. The walkers wore orange shirts to raise awareness that September is Hunger Awareness month. [caption id="attachment_20122" align="aligncenter" width="1021"] The Walk Against Hunger organizers pose f... Read More
Labor Day marks the last summer holiday where work turns to play. Lake Havasu is a busy destination for travelers looking to cool down from the summer scorch. When on the water, boaters could be unaware there is always someone watching over their safety. Partnering with the Lake Havasu Sherrif... Read More
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
Future Marines Gear Up For Boot Camp
U.S. Marine recruits Eric Burbur, Juan Camacho, Jacob Doyle and Tannon Guerrette worked out with Staff Sgt Gehring, Lake Havasu City Marine Corps recruiter Saturday morning at Rotary Park. Staff Sgt. Gehring was preparing the new Marine Corps recruits for boot camp. The recruits report to boot c... Read More