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Lake Havasu Welcomes Home Pvt. 1st Class Krystian Jameson
U.S. Marine Corps Pvt. 1st Class Krystian Jameson returned home to Lake Havasu City Saturday after graduating basic training in Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, Calif. A party was hosted for Jameson at the VFW, courtesy the Patriot Guard Riders, VFW, American Legion Riders and Lake Havasu... Read More
Havasu Palooza Rocks Rotary Beach
Thompson Bay was the place to be in Lake Havasu City Saturday. Havasu Palooza Country Music Boating Festival Saturday afternoon at Rotary Community Park Beach featured Country bands including Havasu's own Matt Farris on the floating stage. The stage faced the waters of Thompson Bay and boaters... Read More
Havasu Suicide Prevention Walk Meant To Raise Awareness
The Youmatter Havasu Suicide Awareness and Prevention Walk was  Saturday morning at Rotary Park. Participants carried photos in remembrance of loved ones as they walked under the London Bridge. Students from Thunderbolt Middle School wrote words of encouragement on the sidewalks in chalk and pri... Read More
Lake Havasu Says Boo to Breast Cancer
The 11th Annual Sleepless in Havasu took place Friday evening at Michael Alan Furnishings. Participants decorated beds with the theme "Boo to Breast Cancer" and had to stay awake for 24 hours. During that 24 hours, participants went to a movie, had a scavenger hunt, ate catered food, and saw a fa... Read More
Lake Havasu Firefighters Remember 9/11
Lake Havasu City Firefighters ran up and down the steps of the London Bridge 40 times Wednesday morning in honor of the first responders that lost their lives on 9/11. The 40 times equals to the same amount of stairs climbed by firefighters in the World Trade Center. Jim Glover played the bagpipe... Read More
To many in Lake Havasu City, Margie Snyder has always been a queen. She has portrayed Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria for the past 16 years at the annual Lake Havasu Museum of History's Queen's Tea. Saturday, "Queen Margie" was given a new crown to wear when she was crowned Ms. Lake Havasu at ... Read More
Annual Watermelon Run Moves To LHHS Track
The Lake Havasu High School Cross-Country team took part in the annual Watermelon Run Wednesday afternoon. The run usually takes place at Lake Havasu State Park, but this year it was hosted at the year-old LHHS track. Even though the students got a late start because of excessive heat, they safel... Read More
Thunderstruck In Lake Havasu
Lightning bolts lit up the sky on the southeast side of Lake Havasu Wednesday evening.  A monsoon storm moved in from the south east and moved north toward I-40. According to Las Vegas National Weather Service, between 7:55 p.m. and 8:55 p.m., 354 lightning flashes were detected and 51 of them w... Read More
Happy First Day Of School!
Summer vacation is over for most school kids in Lake Havasu City. Today is the first day of school for the Lake Havasu Unified School District and at Telesis Preparatory Academy. Children all around Lake Havasu City grabbed their backpacks and headed off to school. Drivers are cautioned to wat... Read More
Road Trippin’ In The Midwest
While the reputation of traveling in parts of the Midwest has often been categorized as boring, in reality, it is anything but. There are plenty of off-the-beaten path adventures to be enjoyed along the roadways. RiverScene Magazine was recently road trippin' and found some interesting places ... Read More