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What Once Was Lost Is Now Found
By LHHS Journalism Student Karley Glover: While working in his yard one day, Andrew Dockery spotted something shiny. It was a small ring, covered in dirt, with a pink stone in the center with initials engraved on the inside of the band. Not giving it much thought, Dockery washed away the dirt and... Read More
Elks Honor High School Students
The Elks Lodge BPOE No. 2399 hosted a banquet honoring Lake Havasu High School student's academic achievements Wednesday evening. This is the fifth year the Elks have honored the students. This year, 11 Star and Teen of the month students were guests, as well as five scholarship recipients. ... Read More
Tuesday, organizers of the 2017 Lake Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair that happened in January awarded funds to a plethora of clubs, organizations and nonprofits. The funds have been awarded annually following the balloon festival and provide support to many and this year, at least $100,000 was d... Read More
Happy Easter
The RiverScene Magazine staff would like to wish all of you and your families a very Happy Easter! Feature photo: The sun sets behind a cross outside of Calvary Church. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene  ... Read More
Seven All-Star Cheer teams, Love, Dream, Secret, Jynx, Obsession, Matrix & Odyssey headed out to their final 9th season competition at the Aloha Spirit Championships in Las Vegas April 8 and 9. The group brought home six division championships and one third-place win. [caption id="attachme... Read More
 “The Passion Experience” brings the story of Jesus to life in Lake Havasu City beginning this evening at Calvary Baptist Church. [caption id="attachment_17375" align="aligncenter" width="1021"] Jillian Danielson/RiverScene[/caption] The play is a celebration of the life, death and resurr... Read More
Pickleball: It’s A Big Dill
In February, Lake Havasu City welcomed four new pickleball courts to Dick Samp Memorial Park, located at 1628 Avalon Ave. The official opening of the courts has been anticipated by local pickleball players, as well as seasonal visitors for quite some time. The master plan for the court area in Dick ... Read More
Exploring Havasu: Water Tank Hike
Submitted story and photos by Larry Reese: Water Tank Hike 3 Miles Each Way Easy Hike This hike has been called the Water Tank Hike, Horse Hoof Point and Aubrey Hills Hike. Both the Water Tank and the rock that looks like a horse’s hoof are at the end of the trail and when you are walkin... Read More
Bobby Dendy is a worship evangelist based in Phoenix. He travels America to wherever he feels called for his ministry. And, that includes Lake Havasu City. Dendy’s has been ministering to Havasu’s spring break visitors for nine years in London Bridge Beach with bottled water, friendship and c... Read More