The Havasu Stingray Swim Team hosted their Seventh Annual Coach Mike Memorial Lake Swim Tuesday morning.
With temps forecasted to reach 115 this week in Lake Havasu City, it was a perfect morning for 27 swimmers to participate in the event at Windsor 4.
The overall winners are:
The Havasu Freedom Foundation hosted a Havasu Memorial Walkway Ceremony Saturday morning under the London Bridge. Forty-five family members representing World War II Navajo Code Talkers were in attendance to honor them.
Guest speakers included Mayor Cal Sheehy who read a proclamation from the cit...
The Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce hosted it’s Annual Meeting and Celebration of Business Friday evening at the London Bridge Resort Convention Center.
The event honors outgoing and incoming Chamber board members, but the highlight of the event is the Chamber’s annual awards for outstan...
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 ...
The new Western Arizaon Humane Society building opened its doors Monday morning with a ceremony to celebrate.
The ceremony included the Marine Corps Color Guard, the singing of the National Anthem by Steven Jenkins, a ribbon cutting by the Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce, with speeches by WA...
The Cancer Association of Havasu hosted its annual Cancer Survivors Breakfast Saturday morning at Shugrue's Bridgeview Room.
More than 200 people enjoyed a morning of music performances by Grace Arts Live, breakfast and a candle-lighting ceremony.
The celebration is dedicated to all the cancer...
Lake Havasu City veterans and city officials gathered at Lake Havasu Memorial Gardens Monday morning to honor those that have sacrificed their lives for our country.
Mayor Cal Sheehy spoke at the ceremony and Trevor Guby and Dennis Dickey presented the Field Battle Cross.
The ceremony conclude...
Representatives of the Lake Havasu Museum of History presented the past to seventh-grade social studies classes at Thunderbolt Middle School.
Ed Walker, Cathy White and Jenny Anderson presented three periods of history of the area to the students throughout the day Monday.
The Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a Special Events Expo Saturday at The KAWS. (Kitchen Art Work Space).
The Expo featured event designers and party planning booths, as well as taste testing.
"Think Pinterest in real life," said LHACC Membership and Events Manager Niki Nickle.
In a night of storytelling, inspiration and tears, the Soroptimist International of Lake Havasu City fulfilled its ongoing mission of supporting the education and career advancement of local women by distributing nearly $8,000 in cash scholarships.
Soroptimist President Kathy Molzen awarded the L...