Saturday's fun in the Havasu sun included paddle sports. The event, ADR (Another Dam Race) is just that, a race done using the participant's strength. Racers were equipped with paddles, boards or canoes. Saturday's race started on the beach at Rotary Park. Contestants paddled out from the beach t... Read More
Itching For A Swim?
As warming waters invite swimmers and water goers from around the country, it can be easy in a town of no worries to become distracted from concern by good times being had. With water safety a primary concern for those in and on the water, the water itself is seldom given much consideration. While t... Read More
Highway to Havasu Local Movie Close to Wrap Up
Camera crews, lights and plenty of extras is a scene you may come across in Hollywood; however Lake Havasu City has become just that as a new movie known as “Highway to Havasu” began shooting this winter. The film directed and produced by local Lake Havasu resident Jeff Janke along with hi... Read More
Repair Work to Begin on London Bridge Railing
Lake Havasu City Press Release: Repair work to the London Bridge stone railing will begin March 24, 2015, and is anticipated to be completed by April 10, 2015. This work will require temporary closure of the south sidewalk and a lane restriction of the south lane heading east from the Island for the... Read More
Going for the Gold at the 24th Annual Special Olympics
Excited faces and high fives were all around at the 24th Annual Special Olympics Saturday morning. Special Olympians from Bullhead City, Kingman and Lake Havasu City participated in track and field events at Thunderbolt Middle School. Emcee David Bell kept their spirits high while the athletes' coac... Read More
Starline Student Achievement Carnival
Students were treated to a carnival at Starline Elementary School Friday morning that was funded by the Student Council. The students earned the carnival as a celebration of last year's state assessment test. The carnival was full of inflatable obstacle courses, inflatable slides, go-carts, and free... Read More
“I was in the best shape of my life, before I got diagnosed with cancer,” said Larry Mitchell, a guest speaker and one of about 100 veterans gathered at the Knights of Columbus building in Lake Havasu City for a town hall meeting this week as part of the Agent Orange Education Campaign. Its goa... Read More
NOVA Graduation
Fifth-grade students from Havasupai, Nautilus, Oro Grande, Jamaica, Starline and Smoketree elementary schools and Telesis Preparatory Academies, graduated from N.O.V.A Friday morning at the Aquatic Center. N.O.V.A stands for Nurturing Opportunities Values Accountability and is a program taught by th... Read More
If anyone ever wanted to get their hands - and taste buds - on some amazing and decadent gourmet cupcakes made fresh, now you can thanks to a new cupcakery called SmallCakes: A Cupcakery. The business opens to the public March 4 on McCulloch Boulevard. With beautiful touches of pink and brown,... Read More
Havasu Girls Softball Opening Day
Saturday was a big day for alot of Lake Havasu young ladies this weekend. Nine Havasu Girls Softball teams opened their 2015 season at Rotary Park baseball fields. With their parents and coaches cheering them on, the girls worked to perfect their softball skills against the opposing team. [captio... Read More