Coverage

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
Calvary Baptist Celebrates The Fourth of July
Calvary Baptist Church held their annual Fourth of July celebration Thursday morning at their Sweetwater Campus. The Lake Havasu Military Moms hung photos of past and present military on the walls and the Marine Corps League Color Guard opened the celebration. Here are photos from the event. ... 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
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
Lake Havasu Citizen Spotlight: David Bell Jr.
By Cortez Fields A massive dragon stares down at a small but brave knight. A samurai walks a lonely path through cherry blossom trees. An angel descends from the heavens above, his massive wings outstretched. These are the characters created by local artist and comic savant David Bell Jr., wh... Read More
By Cortez Fields "The Avengers" was a blockbuster film that helped spawn a franchise that culminated in its final film, "Avengers: Endgame." "Avengers: Endgame" premiered last month and has appeased longtime fans while shattering box office records. These spectacles may be some of the most su... Read More
ASU Havasu Graduation Class of 2019
By Cortez Fields ASU Lake Havasu students, staff and families came out to support the graduates of the Class of 2019. The Arizona State University campus has been in Havasu for almost seven years, and it has turned out its largest graduating class to date: 29 students. Many of them were from ... Read More
By Cortez Fields A packed front of the house and the clanging of dishes served as chaotic background noise for the staff at Taco Hacienda. On the surface, Tuesday seemed like a normal busy night for the 43-year-old Lake Havasu City restaurant, but there is a lingering sense of sadness in the ... Read More
Lake Havasu Citizen Spotlight: Rasheed Bello
By Cortez Fields The poet, the performer, the writer. Rasheed Bello is someone who wants to bring culture to Lake Havasu City. Riverscene Magazine sat down  with the immigrant-turned-native Havasu resident.   “I’ve been in Havasu for eight years.” From Nigeria to Havasu Originally b... Read More
Halloween Comes Early To Havasu
By Cortez Fields A horror icon came to Lake Havasu City Saturday for a meet-and-greet at local shop Terror Toys. Tony Moran, the original unmasked Mike Myers from the first "Halloween" film, was in Lake Havasu to bring Halloween early to horror fans. Lake Havasu horror fanatics lined up outsi... Read More