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Nonprofit Spotlight: CASA of Mohave County
The CASA Council of Mohave County, an Arizona 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, operates on the belief that foster children need and deserve what all children require: Opportunity. It is one of 15 CASA programs administered by CASA of Arizona. Advocating for abused and neglected children in Arizona... Read More
Veteran’s Court Family Picnic
It is a rather unusual concept: Treat those going through the court system as family, and they are less likely to reappear in court. That’s the belief of Judge Mitchell Kalauli, who oversees Havasu’s Veterans Treatment Court. Kalauli has been highly praised for his treatment of defendants app... Read More
Ham Radio Field Day For Emergency Preparedness
At 11 a.m. Saturday, the London Bridge Amateur Radio Association’s marked the beginning of preparations for participation in a 24-hour Field Day. Members of the club took turns in the club’s 23-foot trailer set up as a command post at Havasu Fire Station No. 2 on Kiowa Boulevard to communicate w... Read More
BMX Race Tracks Honors SPC Patrick Tinnell
Pat Tinnell Sportspark Committee member Todd Taylor, Pat's mother Debbie Tinnell, BMX riders, and BMX committee members gathered at the BMX Track at Sara Park Thursday evening to honor SPC Pat Tinnell with a plaque. The plaque was placed at the grand opening of the BMX Balance Track, which is a trac... Read More
Go Skateboarding Day
Participants on scooters, skateboards, and bikes rode down Smoketree Blvd. Sunday evening during Go Skateboard Day. The participants of all ages began their ride at a parking lot on McCulloch Blvd. and continued to the Tinnell Memorial Skatepark where pizza was also served. A group of volunteers pro... Read More
Cyclists from around the country rode into Lake Havasu City Friday morning. The cyclists and volunteers are a part of Journey of Hope, which is a group that rides to raise awareness for people with special needs. Lake Havasu City Fire Chief Dennis Mueller greeted them at Walmart with cold towels whe... Read More
Lake Havasu summers can be a rough place for pets due to the heat. Here are some safety tips by the Western Arizona Humane Society to keep your pets safe in our rising temperatures and tips to keep your pets from being scared during the 4th of July fireworks. The WAHS is also giving $15 off to Ri... Read More
Fun In the Havasu Heat
Lake Havasu may get very hot in the summer, but residents of all ages always seem to find ways to have fun in our extreme temps during the summer. Children can participate in Aquatics and Recreation summer programs, theater at Grace Arts Live, dance classes and Kidz Art classes. Teenagers can jo... Read More
Monsoon Officially Starts June 15
With June 15th now here, monsoon thunderstorms will begin to ramp up across the desert southwest until the end of the season, which is September 30. The beginning of monsoon (it is proper to use "monsoon" as singular not plural as it refers to a season, not a single storm) used to be three consecuti... Read More
Cancer Survivors Day
Many Havasu residents have been affected by cancer one way or another. On Saturday, June 6, survivors of the disease, along with their family and friends, gathered at the Shugrue's Bridgeview Room to enjoy a breakfast and honor those around them. A tearful candle-lighting, guest speakers, and a perf... Read More