By Becky Maxedon
The Lake Havasu City Rotary Club along with the Lake Havasu High School Interact Club has some frightful fun planned for the Halloween season.
The Museum of Horrors opens Oct. 25 at ASU Havasu Campus, 100 University Way, Pod E at 5 p.m.
Rotary president Allen Windholz said ...
By Nicole Matheson
It’s that time of year again and The International Jet Sports Boating Association (IJSBA) 2019 Thai Airways World Finals are quickly ramping up in Lake Havasu City as personal watercraft riders and competitors from across the globe hit the water.
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You've asked for it, so here is the list of Halloween and fall fun fair events in Lake Havasu City during the month of October! Have fun guys and ghouls!
To view all October events in Lake Havasu, including IJSBA and Run to the Sun, visit our online event calendar by clicking HERE
Breast Cancer Awareness was the purpose of a walk Saturday morning in Lake Havasu City.
More than 400 participants walked to bring awareness to the disease and to support early detection, prevention, research and the search for a cure.
The walk began at the Aquatic Center and returned there to...
When lights atop the London Bridge turned purple Friday evening, it marked the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Mayor Cal Sheehy read a proclamation under the Bridge to begin the ceremony and spoke about how important it is to help those suffering from domestic violence. City Counc...
Creative Comrades and Go Lake Havasu hosted First Friday Monster Mash Bash to kick off the month of October. Artists, food vendors, and musicians lined the Downtown District sidewalks Friday evening for the spooky themed event.
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By Nicole Matheson
H.A.V.E.N. Family Resource Center of Lake Havasu City is donning the color purple and shining a light on Domestic Violence Awareness Month this October.
RiverScene toured its facility and met with its staff. For those who are unfamiliar with H.A.V.E.N. and its services, this...
By Nicole Mathison
Health can be something taken for granted, especially when one is relatively healthy. Unfortunately, many have experienced watching a family member or close friend suffer from an illness, and have felt helpless in doing so …especially if that illness is dementia. It is a te...
SOROPTIMIST GRANT OFFERED
The Soroptimist Live Your Dream Program offers education and training awards for women. It provides cash grants to women who are working to better their lives through additional schooling and skills training.
Eligible applicants are women with financial need and have prim...
The Lake Havasu High School Fighting Knights took on the Thunderbird Chiefs Friday evening at the Homecoming game. The Chiefs won 25-14.
Here are photos from the Friday evening game and the dance that was at LHHS Saturday evening.
Ed Murphy and Felicia Schooley were crowned 2019 Homecoming Kin...