By Cortez Fields
Dr. Danny Pirtle is a man of taste. The criminal justice professor sits down with Riverscene Magazine to give an look into his life and to what led him to become a professor at ASU Lake Havasu.
In his uniquely decorated office, filled with portraits of famed civil r...
LHCPD Chief Dan Doyle, Mayor Cal Sheehy and Dr. Sandy Breece read to Telesis Preparatory Academy students Friday morning to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss.
The school was also decorated in Dr. Seuss-themed decorations donated by Hilltop Community Church for Dr. Seuss Day.
Lake Havasu City's fifth graders were awarded for their participation in the N.O.V.A. Principles Program.
N.O.V.A. was designed to provide a resource to children, families and communities to fight against harmful influences, while providing guidance toward positive opportunities and values.
By America Evans
The Lake Havasu High School Knights ladies’ varsity soccer team brought a huge win when for the first time on Jan. 31 in Knights soccer history, the ladies won the regional conference.
The team played Desert Edge from Phoenix and came out on top with a victory of 9-1. Not on...
By Jayne Hanson
Starline Elementary School teacher Bridget Hagest, of Lake Havasu City, has a knack for teaching that extends beyond the ho-hum standard to nurture critical thinking and kindness when it comes to her 39 combination fifth- and sixth-grade gifted students.
Hagest’s latest ventu...
By Cortez Fields
Balloon pilots from around the world launched from schools around Lake Havasu City Thursday, treating students to a balloon launch from their school grounds. Across the city, balloons could be seen launching from these sights, with young onlookers cheering them on. Balloon launch...
By Kelly Fee/LHHS Journalism
Thursday morning, students at Lake Havasu High School gathered on the lower ball field to view two pilots as they prepared their hot air balloons for take off.
Students got the chance to meet and engage with Michael Glen, the first paraplegic to operate hot air ball...
More Kids Involved in Nice Deeds (K.I.N.D.) were spotted this week at Starline Elementary School. The group of 10 students were recognized performing a thoughtful gesture to faculty, staff or a peer student.
As a reward, each student that was caught being kind was awarded a gift card from Dustin ...
By Grace Usher
Mohave Community College recognized eight students with commendable grade point averages and outstanding displays of leadership. These students were recognized with an induction ceremony into the college’s honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Chi Chi chapter.
Friends and fam...
More Kids Involved in Nice Deeds (K.I.N.D.) were spotted this week at Havasupai Elementary School. The group of 10 students were recognized performing a thoughtful gesture to faculty, staff or a peer student.
As a reward, each student that was caught being kind was awarded a $10 gift card from Co...