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Young Havasu Entrepreneurs Part II: Hava Smash
By Cortez Fields Having a bad day? Break a plate. Long week? Sledgehammer a TV. Welcome to Hava Smash, the one place in Lake Havasu City where being bad is good. Now Lake Havasu City’s new rage room comes courtesy of two young entrepreneurial sisters, Cassie O’Harra and Corey Jones. These... Read More
Lake Havasu Knights Host Track Meet
The Lake Havasu High School Knights hosted a track meet Wednesday featuring several area school athletes. Here are photos from RSM photographer Erin O'Callaghan and the results. [caption id="attachment_31594" align="aligncenter" width="1021"] Erin O'Callaghan/RiverScene[/caption] [caption i... Read More
By Cortez Fields The 34th annual Winterfest in Lake Havasu City brings more unique vendors to spice up the 234 slated to appear between Saturday and today. With more than 35,000 expected patrons, Winterfest is in full swing with Havasuvians and visitors alike inspecting the vendors’ wares. ... Read More
Lady Knights Take The Wins
By Erin O'Callaghan Knights vs the Lee Williams Volunteers Both the freshman and junior varsity Lady Knights volleyball teams won games against the Lee Williams Volunteers Tuesday. [caption id="attachment_28474" align="alignnone" width="300"] Lady Knights varsity team huddle for their before ... Read More
The Lake Havasu City Chiefs Kick Off Season
By Jake Schwab Saturday morning started off with some opening season action for Lake Havasu City's Chiefs Youth Football team. Like any first game of the season, the Chiefs used Saturday's games as an opportunity to find any and all kinks the team may have. The stands were filled to capacity w... Read More
Meet The IJSBA Junior Stars
By Grace Usher Junior Stars Jet Skiers are up and coming racers ranging from 5 to 15 years old. These kids give dedication a new generation of names. The Junior Stars program began in 2006 when the International Jet Sports Boating Association was in the midst of the World Finals. The World Fi... Read More
Lake Havasu City Kicks Off 2018-19 School Year
By Jake Schwab After a summer of fun in the blazing sun and time to spend with loved ones, it is finally time that Lake Havasu City's youth must get in the swing of school. School for new students can be scary on the first day; however, Havasu's students are in luck with teachers and support staf... Read More
ASU At Lake Havasu Beach Hut Awaits Students
By Jayne Hanson The collaboration between nature, recreation and education will soon have students skittering, paddling and pedaling Lake Havasu’s waves and shorelines after the final touches are wrapped up at the Arizona State University at Lake Havasu’s Beach Hut. “This is just a great... Read More
Start Your Engines For The Parker 425 This Weekend
By Stefanie Thompson The BlueWater Resort and Casino Parker 425 race, presented by IMPACT, will take place this weekend, Feb. 1-4. According to a press release issued by the Best in the Desert Racing Association, more than 200 race teams have already signed up to run; a field that includes 49 tri... Read More
Day Trippin’: Joshua Tree National Park
  Joshua Tree National Park, located in Southern California just 150 miles from Lake Havasu City, is a quick and easy day trip for hikers, climbers, star gazers and outdoor enthusiasts. The park is known best for an abundance of its namesake trees, but Joshua Tree offers much more than th... Read More