Citizen

Local Starbucks Supervisor Receives North Star Award
Starbucks corporate officials visited the local store at the corner of Lake Havasu Avenue and Swanson Boulevard. They were there to present one of the supervisors at that location with the company’s North Star award. Fellow supervisor Maria Guillemard said, “We are here to celebrate our North... Read More
Nearly 20 years ago, the world lost Diana, Princess of Whales, also known as the People's Princess. On Aug. 31, 1997, Diana died after suffering major injuries sustained in a car crash in Paris. The world mourned Diana and her life greatly impacted others. One of the many who were affected, is L... Read More
Couple Expresses Their Passion In Rods
When temperature gages begin to fall in Lake Havasu City, the hot rods start rolling out. Fall is the season for loud engines and classic cars. For Ramone Aguayo, 35, and Tina Espinoza, 29, this is a year-round lifestyle. Hailing from Orange County, Calif., Aguayo has been working on cars since h... Read More
For some mothers, there seems to be only two options – stay home with the kids or go to work. For Colby DeVries, there was a third option: stay home and work. DeVries runs DeVries Darlings, a design company that specializes in custom shirts, hats, baby bedding and more. DeVries does all of her ... Read More
Citizen spotlight: Linda Mowery
By Karley Glover/LHHS Journalism Student: In 1957, Linda Mowery moved to Lake Havasu City when the city was still known as Site Six. “We turned down a dirt road that was like a roller coaster leading to Site Six,” Mowery said. [caption id="attachment_19023" align="aligncenter" width="1021"... Read More
Young Havasu Girl Gives Back To Community
By Karley Glover/LHHS Journalism Student: A tall glass of lemonade on a hot summer day is always an excellent treat, especially when it's being served by a young individual trying to help the community. Bluemedia and Duality Public Relations are teaming up to inspire and support budding entrep... Read More
Citizen Spotlight: Havasu’s Local Hero
A Facebook post to the “Havasu Orchids and Onions New and Improved” group highlighted a local Havasu man’s selfless acts and has left many calling him a “hero.” On Tuesday, Brian White, a plumber with Van Rooy Plumbing, was responding to a call for a leaky water heater when his repeated... Read More
The Masche Sextuplets Celebrate 10th Birthday In LHC
The Masche sextuplets talked birthdays, siblings, schooling and aspirations Friday in Lake Havasu City during an exclusive interview with River Scene Magazine. The six youngsters, who are of Chandler, are in Havasu to celebrate their 10th birthday with Bill and Laura Masche, who are their grandpa... Read More
Body Building – A Lifestyle, Not A ‘Diet’
With the temperature creeping up every single day, many of us are beginning to glance at our swim suits and contemplate starting a gym plan. For Savannah Snyder, her swim suits involved not just a gym plan, but a complete lifestyle change. Snyder, a Lake Havasu local, began competing in “Nat... Read More
Vicki Hart gave birth to her son Duston in a sparsely staffed doctor’s office in Lake Havasu City in November of 1971. The newborn was breach, and premature. The nearest hospital was an hour’s drive, and the nearest Neonatal Infant Care Unit was in Phoenix. “I wasn’t due until December 6,... Read More