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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
This is a sponsored story. By Grace Usher The Dustin Runyon Real Estate team celebrated its first anniversary of business on Thursday evening. The “Paint the Town Sold” event was at Mudshark Brewery and Public House. More than 250 community members attended the event.  The party was th... Read More
Candles Against Cancer
By Cortez Fields Candles are one of the best ways to create a better atmosphere and keep your house smelling good. They’re a great gift for anyone, and hand-crafted candles often have some of the best quality possible. Havasu Hardware, a Lake Havasu City store known for it's tools and hardw... Read More
By Jayne Hanson It’s a self-proclaimed Labor of Love when it comes to monthly volunteer efforts that place niceties and necessities into the hands of deployed U.S. military men and women – but they want more. “This started off being small, and now it’s grown,” said Judy Harvey, Auxil... Read More
Hidden In Plain Sight
Thinking caps and good eyes will reveal RiverScene Magazine’s Lake Havasu City Scavenger Hunt locations featured in photos that will be regularly posted for followers to find. Today’s installment focuses on the English Village. Jump in and identify what is hidden in plain sight within the ... Read More
Happy Father’s Day From RiverScene Magazine
Happy Father's Day to all of the dads out there from the staff at RiverScenemagazine.com. We hope everyone had an amazing day with your families. Here are photos that were sent in to RSM via email and Facebook page. [caption id="attachment_33454" align="aligncenter" width="747"] Ryan White and... Read More
A Hidden Swordsmith In Havasu
By Cortez Fields Blades crackle in the darkness. Master swordsmen face each other in epic duels across the galaxy. Red and blue sabers have captured the imaginations of fans of "Star Wars" for decades, but for years even the most ardent of fans had no real way of enjoying what a real light saber ... Read More
This is a sponsored story.  By Cortez Fields  A word could be used to describe Colorado River Communications: Dedication.  From its small office in Lake Havasu City, the Toy family owns and operates a customer-focused and quality-driven business.   A provider of a wide array of serv... Read More
Bringing Back The Big Red Bus To Havasu
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 ... Read More