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ASU Students Return To School; Enjoy ‘Welcome Week’
RSM Team / 23 Aug 2021
Student

ASU Students Return To School; Enjoy ‘Welcome Week’

Arizona State University at Lake Havasu City welcomed approximately 180 new students to the campus for the 2021 fall semester during “welcome week'' this last week. This is the largest enrollment to date since the campus opened its doors in the fall of 2012. “We are thrilled to welcome so ...

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Local Budding Artist Jan Klatt And Her Beautiful Resin Art
Nicole Matheson / 17 Sep 2020
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Local Budding Artist Jan Klatt And Her Beautiful Resin Art

By Nicole Matheson While COVID-19 has some dreaming of what they can’t do, there are some finding new creative talents that are flourishing under adversity. One such budding artist is Jan Klatt. Klatt has been a Havasu resident since 2003 with her husband of 48 years, Dave. She has taken to ...

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Pioneering Radio In Lake Havasu City
Becky Maxedon / 04 Aug 2020
Citizen

Pioneering Radio In Lake Havasu City

By Becky Maxedon When word of an instant pop-up city being planned and built in the desert of Arizona on the banks of the Colorado River, one Denver radio man heard the news and knew that was a place he wanted to be. Lee Shoblom relocated from Denver to Las Vegas and began making his plans to ...

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C.E.R.T. Spells Relief For Havasu Firefighters During Triple Digit Temps
Jayne Hanson / 16 Jul 2020
Citizen, Community, Featured, Spotlight

C.E.R.T. Spells Relief For Havasu Firefighters During Triple Digit Temps

By Jayne Hanson Lake Havasu Community Emergency Response Team members routinely volunteer to help local firefighters and other first responders beat the blaze of Arizona’s triple-digit temperatures. “The C.E.R.T. team is an absolute essential resource and an asset to the fire department an...

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Lake Havasu Mural Artists Share Their Works And Inspirations
Nicole Matheson / 26 Jun 2020
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Lake Havasu Mural Artists Share Their Works And Inspirations

Long known for its scenic splendor and recreational opportunities, Lake Havasu City has become a relatively young bed of activity for artistic expression, often only found in communities that have been well-established for years. A drive down the upper section of McCulloch Boulevard affirms the heal...

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Parks And Recreation’s Donna Best-Carlton To Retire After More Than 30 Years
Nicole Matheson / 22 Jun 2020
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Parks And Recreation’s Donna Best-Carlton To Retire After More Than 30 Years

By Nicole Matheson Chances are, those from Lake Havasu City have been touched by many individuals who remain relatively unknown to them yet, the thread of unrecognized influence runs extensively through the fabric of daily existence. Perhaps it is a child who has found comfort in belonging to ...

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High School Senior Rina Draper-Gione Shares Her Artwork
Nicole Matheson / 24 Apr 2020
Student

High School Senior Rina Draper-Gione Shares Her Artwork

By Nicole Matheson Going on five decades, Lake Havasu City has become a fertile environment for both artists and the art they produce. Boasting a true melting pot of residents from across the nation and the world, Havasu has reflected not only the humanity of its population but it’s education a...

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Havasu’s John West Designs Beautiful Rock Garden Along Pima Wash Trail
Nicole Matheson / 31 Mar 2020
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Havasu’s John West Designs Beautiful Rock Garden Along Pima Wash Trail

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...

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Lake Havasu Activity Spotlight: The Island Trail
Nicole Matheson / 19 Mar 2020
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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...

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Local Couple Creates Custom Wood Working Projects For Customers, Charities And Businesses
Nicole Matheson / 29 Jan 2020
Citizen

Local Couple Creates Custom Wood Working Projects For Customers, Charities And Businesses

By Nicole Matheson Jeff and Tracie Rehark, of Lake Havasu City, are carving out a niche in a world driven by commercial mass production. Lost Woods is a small local business making a splash by bringing a myriad of customized games and decorative items to a market yearning for personalization. ...

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