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It's that time of year again when high school and college students put on their caps and gowns for graduation. But they aren't the only ones that are excited to graduate. Kindergarteners across Lake Havasu City are getting ready to make the big move up to first grade. Thirty-eight Calvary Chri... Read More
Representatives of the Lake Havasu Museum of History presented the past to seventh-grade social studies classes at Thunderbolt Middle School. Ed Walker, Cathy White and Jenny Anderson presented three periods of history of the area to the students throughout the day Monday. [caption id="attachm... Read More
High school and college students aren't the only ones donning caps and gowns this month. Kindergarteners across Lake Havasu City are getting ready to make the big move up to first grade. Thirty HPA kindergarteners in Tina Whitehouse's class excitedly put on their caps and gowns for photos. The... Read More
Arizona played a key role in preparing to send humans to the moon in the late 1960s/early 1970s. The Apollo astronauts themselves traveled to the Grand Canyon and volcanic fields around the state to learn geology and practice their lunar excursions. (Extract taken from Arizona Humanities website). ... Read More
Showtime! Lights, Camera, Dancin' Presented by Footlite School of Dance. Come and join us for our 21st annual recital and be prepared for non-stop fun and entertainment! Our show features a variety of dance styles including; ballet, jazz, Tap, hip-hop & contemporary. Our dancers range from age ... Read More
The Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a Special Events Expo Saturday at The KAWS. (Kitchen Art Work Space). The Expo featured event designers and party planning booths, as well as taste testing. "Think Pinterest in real life," said LHACC Membership and Events Manager Niki Nickle. ... Read More
Mohave Community College granted 587 degrees and certificates to its students last week. Among the graduates was the Hodel Award winner Alex Chadsey. The award is named after longtime MCC advocate and MCC Foundation member Kathy Hodel, of Lake Havasu City, who passed away last year. Chadsey... Read More
The Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce presented awards to teachers in the Lake Havasu Unified School District Thursday evening. The following teachers were awarded and their accomplishments and attributes are reported according to an email from Jaime Festa-Daigle, district director of personne... Read More
The 31st edition of the Run For The Wall rumbled through Arizona Wednesday, passing through the Lake Havasu City area on Interstate 40. Always an opportunity for area residents to show their patriotism and support American veterans, the RFTW is exciting. [caption id="attachment_32935" align="a... Read More