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This Girl Is Making Muscles, Not Excuses
By Grace Usher Cassidy Lanthron may be only 20 years old but she has quite the journey under her belt. At 15, she found herself unhappy physically, mentally and emotionally. Lanthorn is a born and raised Havasuvian. In her mid-teens she began to really look at herself and see personal iss... Read More
Roaring 20’s Set The Stage For Chamber Celebration
Friday night, the Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated businesses, individuals, volunteerism and the hospitality shown in the community by all over the past year. The Roaring 20’s-themed event at the Bridgeview Room of Shugrue’s served as both the Chamber's annual meeting and a cel... Read More
Tips And Tricks For A Weekend Trip: Sedona
By Grace Usher Pack up the car and head just four hours eastbound to see the Arizona gem of Sedona. Are We There Yet?? [caption id="attachment_26547" align="aligncenter" width="539"] Coconino National Forest. Grace Usher/ RiverScene[/caption] They say the journey is the best part of a tr... Read More
‘Cool’ Summer Activities For Kids
When summer rolls around and temperatures rise, parents start looking for cool activities in which their kids can participate. River Scene Magazine has listed a few of them below. Aquatic Center: The Aquatic Center is located at 100 Park Avenue. Activities at the Aquatic Center include swim less... Read More
Brits Here To Set The Record Straight
While Lake Havasu City residents, for the most part, take the London Bridge for granted, there are some Brits unfamiliar with its unique and fantastic history. The London Bridge was built across the Thames in London and opened in 1831. There it stood until traffic became so heavy and its age comp... Read More
Here Fishy Fishy
Pond Hopper Nation teamed up with professional angler Roy Hawk Saturday morning to teach children how to fish. Volunteers set up at Mesquite Bay, Lake Havasu State Park, and Site Six to assist the kids with their new fishing poles that were donated to them. [caption id="attachment_26508" align="a... Read More
Cancer Survivors Feted At Saturday Breakfast
In 1988, the first National Cancer Survivors Day was celebrated and since then the day has been marked on the first Saturday in June. Saturday, cancer survivors in Lake Havasu City gathered to celebrate the day with a breakfast sponsored by the Cancer Association of Havasu. Most of those in at... Read More
By Grace Usher Mohave Community College is preparing for its newest program on the Lake Havasu City campus. The welding program debuted on the Neal Campus in Kingman and is now coming to Bullhead and Lake Havasu cities in the fall. [caption id="attachment_26427" align="aligncenter" width="... Read More
By Grace Usher For nearly 20 years, the Lake Havasu Museum of History has maintained the past of Lake Havasu City. Backtracking to 1975, a group of Havasuvians came together with the common goal to preserve the history and artifacts of the area. The Lake Havasu City Historical society was for... Read More