Lake Havasu City residents gathered at Rotary Community Park and then under the London Bridge for prayer vigils Wednesday evening. The vigils were held to show support for the victims and families affected by the mass shooting in Las Vegas during the Route 91 concert last Sunday night.
At press t...
Over the weekend, riders competed in a BMX competition at the BMX State Qualifier at SARA Park. More then 200 riders competed.
Here are the results as following;
Kendal Starkey - 1
Paisen Walker - 2
Bryn Millsaps - 3
Gilbert Fallaon V - 1
Han Smith - 2
The Mohave County Fair is in full swing in Kingman. The fair, located at 2600 Fairgrounds Blvd., runs through Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Admission prices are: 12 and up $7, seniors 62 and over $4, ages 4-11 $4, and 3 and under are free. Parking is $3.
For more information visit: http://mcfafairground...
Participants walked up McCulloch Blvd. Saturday morning for Interagency's Hunger Awareness Walk. The walkers wore orange shirts to raise awareness that September is Hunger Awareness month.
[caption id="attachment_20122" align="aligncenter" width="1021"] The Walk Against Hunger organizers pose f...
Saturday is "National Clear the Shelter Day." To help celebrate, Western Arizona Humane Society, (WAHS), is having a "Special Adoption Day" at Pets Mart from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There are 20 dogs, cats and 7 puppies that will have reduced fees and adoption goodie bags up for adoption Satur...
U.S. Marine recruits Eric Burbur, Juan Camacho, Jacob Doyle and Tannon Guerrette worked out with Staff Sgt Gehring, Lake Havasu City Marine Corps recruiter Saturday morning at Rotary Park. Staff Sgt. Gehring was preparing the new Marine Corps recruits for boot camp.
The recruits report to boot c...
Families and children that receive services at Mile Markers were treated to a fun-filled water day Friday at Jack Hardy Park. The event was hosted by Mile Markers and K.I.S.S. Club.
The K.I.S.S. Club began in May and stands for Kids Inspire Support Services. The club meets once a month and is for...
The Western Arizona Human Society Animal Shelter is a temporary home to many furry friends like the ones below in search of forever homes. If you would like further information on these animals or any other possible pets offered for adoption at the WAHS shelter, call 928-855-5083.
American Youth Football Lake Havasu Chiefs, formally known as Pop Warner Chiefs, started practice this week at the Island Ball Fields. More than 70 players and cheerleaders turned out to get ready for the football season.
Friday is the last day for sign ups. For further information, visit https:...
The following animals have been at the Western Arizona Humane Society for more than a year and need new homes.
[caption id="attachment_19142" align="aligncenter" width="254"] Patches is needing a home. photo courtesy WAHS[/caption]
Patches: She's a 3-year-old, spayed female. She's an indoor c...