Lake Havasu City News
Lake Havasu City News
Lake Havasu City News
Lake Havasu City News


When lights atop the London Bridge turned purple Friday evening, it marked the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Mayor Cal Sheehy read a proclamation under the Bridge to begin the ceremony and spoke about how important it is to help those suffering from domestic violence. City Counc... Read More
A Haunting Good Time During First Friday Monster Mash Bash
Creative Comrades and Go Lake Havasu hosted First Friday Monster Mash Bash to kick off the month of October. Artists, food vendors, and musicians lined the Downtown District sidewalks Friday evening for the spooky themed event. [caption id="attachment_35737" align="aligncenter" width="640"] First... Read More
Storage-Unit Bidding Havasu Style
By Cortez Fields "Storage Wars" has been on television for more than nine years, capturing the attention of audiences everywhere with its unique characters and fun storage treasure finds. While the series captures the popular group of bidders in their extraordinary finds across different location... Read More
Luis Sanchez: Lake Havasu Veteran’s Spotlight
By Cortez Fields Luis Sanchez has been in Lake Havasu City for 42 years, and he’s dedicated almost every part of it to helping the Lake Havasu City community.  Luis Sanchez is originally from El Paso, Texas. He joined the U.S. Air Force in 1968, and served for nine years, during which he wa... Read More
Calvary Baptist Celebrates The Fourth of July
Calvary Baptist Church held their annual Fourth of July celebration Thursday morning at their Sweetwater Campus. The Lake Havasu Military Moms hung photos of past and present military on the walls and the Marine Corps League Color Guard opened the celebration. Here are photos from the event. ... Read More
A Hidden Swordsmith In Havasu
By Cortez Fields Blades crackle in the darkness. Master swordsmen face each other in epic duels across the galaxy. Red and blue sabers have captured the imaginations of fans of "Star Wars" for decades, but for years even the most ardent of fans had no real way of enjoying what a real light saber ... Read More
Bringing Back The Big Red Bus To Havasu
By Cortez Fields Since its inception in 1964, Lake Havasu City has a long and storied history with bringing in residents of colder states to Arizona to populate the area. The founder, Robert P. McCulloch, started the tradition of touring prospective residents from colder climates around Lake ... Read More
Lake Havasu Citizen Spotlight: David Bell Jr.
By Cortez Fields A massive dragon stares down at a small but brave knight. A samurai walks a lonely path through cherry blossom trees. An angel descends from the heavens above, his massive wings outstretched. These are the characters created by local artist and comic savant David Bell Jr., wh... Read More