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Taking The Museum To School
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
MCC Commencement Features Hodel Award Winner
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
Run For The Wall Rumbles I-40
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
Lake Havasu High School seniors were awarded for their hard work Monday at the LHHS Evening of Excellence. Students received more than $5.2 million in scholarships from many local service organizations as well as from their chosen institutions of higher learning. "Our local community groups, c... Read More
Friday evening at Shugrue’s Bridgeview Room in Lake Havasu City, Lake Havasu City’s K-12 Foundation honored students and teachers. Students noted the teachers who had inspired them during their years of education. The dinner event signals the end of the 2018-2019 school year. The following... Read More
Lake Havasu High School recognized 90 Career and Technical Education Students in a formal evening ceremony Thursday. The following students have excelled in their programs and the criteria were determined by the respective teachers. [caption id="attachment_32707" align="aligncenter" width="102... Read More
It’s good to know that some traditions last for centuries. Arbor Day is one of the oldest international holidays that continues to be celebrated worldwide. The first recorded celebration of Arbor Day was in the Spanish town of Mondoñedo in 1594. Lake Havasu City students celebrated this ... Read More
Patriotism Makes A Giant Impression In Lake Havasu City
A giant symbol of patriotism made a stop in Lake Havasu City today. And when the word “giant” is used, there must be some evidence to back it up. An American Flag measuring 28 feet x 60 feet, weighing 50 pounds made its appearance on the London Bridge in Havasu today, as part of  its jour... Read More
A Festival Of Desert Beauty
Thanks to the recent moisture in the usually dry atmosphere of the Lake Havasu City area, the desert has sprung to life with a festival of color. Desert blooms have opened, and the colors have brightened the landscape throughout the area. Bright yellows, purples, whites and more have combined ... Read More