By Grace Usher The holiday season can be a joyous time for adults and children alike. Unfortunately, for some families, the holidays can be stressful and filled with uncertainty. For more than 20 years, Arizona’s Children’s Association has been the answer for many of these struggling families... Read More
‘Stop The Bleed’ Class Aims At Saving Lives
By Grace Usher Havasu Regional Medical Center has been taking initiatives to prevent deaths caused by preventable blood-loss because of an injury. Though typically associated with mass shooting awareness and preparation, a class spokesperson said this knowledge can help those faced with day-to-da... Read More
The Engines That Power The Festival
By Grace Usher The Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair has charmed those who are young-at-heart for nearly a decade. Though the festival is now a key cultural experience for the city, the balloons may have never touched the Western Arizona skies without those dedicated behind the strings. It is with... Read More
By Grace Usher At the American School of Shao-Lin Kempo, Sensei Zach Pearlswig brings the traditional Kung-fu form of martial arts to the Lake Havasu City community. Pearlswig has been studying the system for more than 25 years with his father as the headmaster of the nationwide program. Stud... Read More
  By Grace Usher Mohave Community College is offering monthly cultural immersion experiences in partnership with the AZ Humanities AZ Speaks series. Since 2004, Mohave Community College has had a relationship with AZ Humanities and has hosted keynote speakers consistently with the aim... Read More
Local Soccer League Equals Youth Teamwork Fun
By Grace Usher As an international pastime, soccer has been played by youth for generations. In Lake Havasu City, there are two community leagues in which kids can participate. The main organization, the Lake Havasu Soccer League gives children aged 4-15  the opportunity to learn team skills... Read More
Local Miracle Child Giving Back This Holiday Season
By Grace Usher Isaiah Corona is what some might refer to as a miracle child. Now, he is taking his blessings and transforming them into true altruism. When isaiah’s mother, Amber Corona, was 22 weeks pregnant, she received news from the doctor that her preexisting conditions would leave Isai... Read More
Thanksgiving Meals Offered In Lake Havasu City
Thursday is the day Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. It is a day for family and friends to get together and celebrate with a traditional meal of turkey and all the trimmings. There are those in the community though who are not able to either prepare or afford that traditional meal and for those,... Read More
Local Youth Hit The Rink!
By Grace Usher The Rotary Rink, located at SARA Park, is home to both a youth and adult hockey leagues. It is that time of year again when the air cools and the skates go on. The Havasu Dust Devils have been Lake Havasu City's only youth hockey league for nearly 20 years and is still a lesser ... Read More
By Grace Usher On Sunday morning, the Boy and Sea Scouts served  more than 300 Lake Havasu City residents breakfast for the annual Boy Scout and Sea Scout Pancake Breakfast. This year, Troops 25 and 55 represented the Boy Scouts and the Sea Scouts were represented by Ship 450. “This is... Read More