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By Nicole Matheson While the challenge of COVID-19 is often frustrating and stressful,  it is important to find some peace and tranquility. RiverScene Magazine recommends a place that may bring just that. Tucked between Swanson and Magnolia along the Pima Wash path rests a peaceful garden. No... Read More
Havasu Schools/Students Prepare For At-Home Learning
By Becky Maxedon As COVID-19 is creating a new normal throughout the world, all areas of life are affected by guidelines that have been enacted to save lives. School districts have not been spared from adapting to what is now the new normal for – in Arizona – the remainder of the school ye... Read More
By Becky Maxedon There is one person with a smile on his face familiar to Lake Havasu City for his contributions to a plethora of activities. A helper to many and an inspiration to everyone he touches is the hallmark of Jeffrey Cowell. Cowell was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy when he was 1 ½ ... Read More
Pioneer Remembers His Early Days In Lake Havasu City
By Becky Maxedon The group of hardy individuals that made the trek to a place in the desert in the late 1960s and early 1970s were modern pioneers in every sense that the early American settlers were pioneers. They arrived at a place without any amenities, without any infrastructure, that look... Read More
Havasu Finds Its Helpers Amidst Coronavirus Crisis
In unprecedented times, Lake Havasu City is exemplifying what gives the desert oasis that endearing small-town feel. Havasu is showing it’s concern and care for its neighbors through action as hosts of businesses and devoted volunteers are implementing acts of kindness. RiverScene Magazine is high... Read More
Lake Havasu Activity Spotlight: The Island Trail
By Nicole Matheson Across the London Bridge, those looking for something safe to do will find what locals refer to as the Island Trail. The paved and maintained trail is a 3.6-mile trek around the island. At an average walking pace, it would take a hiker approximately 1.5 hours to complete the... Read More
Havasu Adapting To Coronavirus Concerns
By Nicole Matheson With Arizona Gov. Ducey's recent address and countrywide concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus, many events and gatherings are being postponed or cancelled. Things are changing constantly, but as of today, these are the Havasu happenings that have been affected: Community Even... Read More
W.O.R.C.S Racing Added To Weekend Fun In Lake Havasu
Dirt clouds could be seen last weekend as ATVs and SXS raced over the desert terrain. Rounds 3 and 4 ATV/SXS W.O.R.C.S Racing took to the dirt over the weekend at Crazyhorse Campground in Lake Havasu City. For racing results, visit http://www.tracksideresults.com/worcs/results/current/results_... Read More
Car And Bike Fans Gathered For Crossroads Show Saturday
Two- and four-wheel transportation enthusiasts came together Saturday for the 12th Annual Crossroads Car and Bike Show at Havasu 95 Speedway. The event was free and open to the public. Here are photos from the event. [caption id="attachment_39645" align="alignnone" width="1021"] A car is refle... Read More
By RSM Team Lake Havasu High School presents "12 Angry Jurors" this week, Thursday & Friday at 7 p.m., and Saturday at 2 p.m. Admission is waved for this special series of performances and all are welcome to attend. "12 Angry Jurors", previously known as "12 Angry Men", is widely considere... Read More