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BMX Alive And Well In Lake Havasu City
A state-qualifying event took place Saturday at Lake Havasu City BMX at SARA Park. Brittney Millsaps, a BMX  volunteer, told RSM Saturday’s event was one of the last stops for Arizona qualifier races. “This is one of the last stops before the finals the end of October in Phoenix,” Mills... Read More
Each year, Michael Alan Furnishings hosts its Sleepless in Havasu event to raise support for the Cancer Association of Havasu. It is their vision that every woman can get an early detection mammogram and the Cancer Association of Havasu has a program to do just that. [caption id="attachment_28770... Read More
Calling All Extras!
For anyone who ever thought about being in a movie, this might be the chance to do just that. The move "Hot Water" will soon begin filming in Lake Havasu City and the plot centers around IJSBA. The production team is looking for local extras to be in the background for certain scenes. If you f... Read More
Returning Soldier Plans Big Surprise For Mom
By Becky Maxedon U.S. Army Sgt. Justin McShane has been stationed in Germany for the past three years. When he returned to Lake Havasu City Wednesday, it came as a complete surprise to his family … and that was by design. McShane reached out to the American Legion to help plan the surprise h... Read More
‘Hot Water’ Begins Filming In September
By Grace Usher Lake Havasu is about to get real hot this September. A new film "Hot Water" is set to begin filming Sept. 24. The film’s anticipated release is Spring 2019. The type of release is yet to be determined. The independent action comedy is written, directed and partially produc... Read More
Kids Enjoy Back To School Bash At Museum
The Back to School Bash, sponsored by First Things First and hosted by the Lake Havasu Museum of History Thursday brought children, parents and grandparents out. Museum volunteers helped the kids with projects and presented volcano demonstrations, explained petroglyphs and pictographs. Kids could... Read More
Weekend Getaway: Tombstone
By Jayne Hanson A weekend adventure to Arizona’s notorious town of Tombstone draws most any traveler’s interest into a wily whirlwind of yesteryear when it comes to the Old West. Tombstone’s 70-mile distance traveling south from Tucson on Interstate 10 to Benson, then following Arizona... Read More
By Grace Usher The “Almost” 9th Annual Dashboard Cookie Bake-Off happened Friday morning. The event was held in the parking lot of the London Bridge Resort Convention Center. The contestants of the bake-off were the Journey of Hope riders who visited Lake Havasu City on their way to Washingto... Read More
Here Fishy Fishy
Pond Hopper Nation teamed up with professional angler Roy Hawk Saturday morning to teach children how to fish. Volunteers set up at Mesquite Bay, Lake Havasu State Park, and Site Six to assist the kids with their new fishing poles that were donated to them. [caption id="attachment_26508" align="a... Read More
Cancer Survivors Feted At Saturday Breakfast
In 1988, the first National Cancer Survivors Day was celebrated and since then the day has been marked on the first Saturday in June. Saturday, cancer survivors in Lake Havasu City gathered to celebrate the day with a breakfast sponsored by the Cancer Association of Havasu. Most of those in at... Read More