Community News

Marine Corps League Live Tree Sales Begin Nov. 29
The Lake Havasu City Marine Corps League will once again sell live trees in the CVS parking lot, located on the corner of Mesquite and Lake Havasu avenues. The trees will be available for sale on Nov. 29, at 10 a.m. The trees are separated by height and type of tree. They range from from 3 to ... Read More
By Becky Maxedon This year, perhaps more than any in recent memory, Americans are looking for help during the holiday season. The COVID-19 pandemic has put a damper on celebrations and has placed many families in difficult times. It’s no different in Lake Havasu City and the giving community is... Read More
The Boat Parade Of Lights Will Go On With New Organizer
Family traditions rule the holidays, and Lake Havasu City has its very own traditions, including the ever popular Boat Parade of Lights. Although the Yacht Club initially cancelled the event, Havasu citizen JJ Gibbs will be taking on overseeing the 36th annual boat parade to continue the Havasu trad... Read More
Kids Share Their Creative Talents At Youth Market
More than 40 Lake Havasu children shared their love for entrepreneurship at the Community Youth Market Saturday. The kids sold items such as dog treats, mason jar snow globes, jewelry, candles tea cups and metal art at the KAWS building on McCulloch Boulevard. Kids were able to launch and run the... Read More
The English Village Soon To Be Lit With Christmas Lights
By Nicole Matheson Christmas is coming early to Lake Havasu City. The English Village will be aglow with holiday lights starting this weekend to bring cheer to our community. For more than 25 years, Christmas lights have adorned the village during the holidays. This year may be a little different... Read More
By Becky Maxedon A change of location for a long-planned camping vacation for a Lake Havasu City family may have been a blessing after all for their 3-year-old son, Beauden Baumkirchner. [caption id="attachment_43265" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Beauden Baumkirchner in a photo prior to ge... Read More
The Desert Hills Professional Firefighters Association hosted its second Annual Side by Side Poker Run Saturday morning, with 135 registered for the event. The winner was Brad Smith and he received $1,000. Anderson Toyota and Topock 66 were two of the major sponsors and the Side By Side Club were ev... Read More
Lake Havasu City Makes Halloween Fun Despite Pandemic
Halloween was not the same this year in Lake Havasu City. In years past, Fright Night on McCulloch Boulevard was where the annual celebration. But this year, Havasuvians went back to their  trick or treating roots Saturday night as many chose to go door-to-door or attend church trunk or treats o... Read More
Soroptimist Install New Members
Soroptimist of Lake Havasu recently installed two new members – Sherry Herington and Sandy Breece. Soroptimist International was founded in 1921 as a global volunteer movement with 72,000 club members in 121 countries. The organization advocates for human rights and gender equality, and to help... Read More