Spotlight

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... Read More
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... Read More
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
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
By Nicole Matheson Local artist and community organizer Adam Romano is paying homage to generations of artists as he presents the Past/Present/Future Art Show Saturday, at the Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center. The event will feature art from three generations of local artists on display and for sa... Read More
Local Couple Helps Birds Take Flight
By Nicole Matheson Lake Havasu City is an oasis in the desert, not just for humans but also for a diverse collection of wildlife. Such a population of feathered and furry friends occasionally requires human attention, specifically when they are faced with injury or adversity. For more than 30 ... Read More
Western Arizona Vocational Education Is Thriving
By Erin O'Callahan WAVE - also known as the Western Arizona Vocational Education - has its culinary and business management programs located in a building that many high school students as well as community members have come to know and love. The WAVE building is located at 1540 Palo Verde Blv... 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