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.
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 ...
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...
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...
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...
With a fresh year comes some fresh changes for the Lake Havasu State Park. Known as Windsor Beach, the marina, park and lodging area located off London Bridge Road are getting upgrades, according to Skip Varney, chief of development and construction for AZ State Parks and Trails.
Christmastime can be a time of stress for some families, as they struggle with how to provide gifts for their children on Christmas morning. That’s where Toys for Tots, an annual program created by the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, comes to the rescue.
According to the Toys for Tots website, their...
The 2nd annual MCC Spooktacular was the creepy craze Saturday night. More than 800 trick-or-treaters came out to enjoy the fun.
Families could play games at the Kiddy Carnival, produced by the Physical Therapist Assistants Club, along with a photo booth and candy galore.
Gamers of all ages, get ready to play for a cause. This November, The Purple Griffin is hosting the 3rd Annual Extra Life Event Game Marathon at Social Bean at the Shops at Lake Havasu. The event is a 25-hour gaming marathon with proceeds to benefit the Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
The Western Arizona Humane Society held it’s 26th annual Duck Derby fundraiser today, under the London Bridge. The fundraiser, which was kicked off by a “Ducktail Party” on Sept. 30, works by “racing” rubber ducks, which are sponsored for $5 per duck. The ducks are split into three heat ra...