Posts Tagged: Featured

Wildlife Photo Contest Now Open
By Jayne Hanson An Arizona statewide wildlife photography contest is now open for submissions, and the winners will be featured in a next year's calendar and an award-winning publication. Arizona Game and Fish Department’s 12th annual Arizona Wildlife Calendar Photo Contest will result in on... Read More
Weekend Getaway: Tombstone
By Jayne Hanson A weekend adventure to Arizona’s notorious town of Tombstone draws most any traveler’s interest into a wily whirlwind of yesteryear when it comes to the Old West. Tombstone’s 70-mile distance traveling south from Tucson on Interstate 10 to Benson, then following Arizona... Read More
What A Hoot In The Havasu Heat
By Jayne Hanson What a hoot it has been for staffers at the local U.S. Bureau of Land Management office as a burrowing owl has taken up visiting their doorstep during Havasu’s midday triple-digit summer temperatures. “It was here last Thursday and Friday,” said Valerie Gohlke, Public Aff... Read More
Havasu Fourth Ends With A Bang
There was no shortage of activities in Lake Havasu City to ensure a booming Fourth of July. Beginning Wednesday morning, Calvary Baptist Church hosted a patriotic celebration to start the Independence Day with music, the presentation of the colors and community fellowship. Barbecues and partie... Read More
Lake Havasu City Mayor Mark S. Nexsen, along with Briana Morgan, Lake Havasu City’s Water Conservation Specialist, presented Steve and Debbie Torina with a Certificate of Recognition for their water conservation efforts in retrofitting their RO system to divert RO waste to their landscape. The cou... Read More
ASU Summer Camps Stimulate Fun And Learning
Arizona State University at Lake Havasu recently hosted four summer camps for local Lake Havasu City children entering fourth through 12th grade including Criminal Justice Camp, Math Camp, Science Camp and Leadership Camp (starts June 25), according to an ASU press release. Friday, ASU at Lake Ha... Read More
Summer Splash
Many Lake Havasu churches have been holding Vacation Bible Schools and summer camps during the month of June. This week, Living Word Family Church and Calvary Baptist Church held theirs. Kids ages K-6 grade were treated to water games, bounce houses, bible studies and indoor games throughout the ... Read More
Mohave County nonprofit programs the Norona Effect and Travel for Treatment have been absorbed into Somewhere Out of the Box DBA Milemarkers, according to a recent press release. Milemarkers will continue the Travel for Treatment Program and will add No Place Like Home and the Compass Scholarship... Read More
Havasu Stingrays Host Lake Swim Tuesday
The Havasu Stingray Swim Team hosted the 6th Annual Memorial Lake Swim in honor of Coach Mike Taylor Tuesday morning. The 24 swimmers started their swim on the California side of the lake and emerged from the waters at Windsor Four. Here are the results: 1st: Evan McMillian 1:17:28 2nd: AJ ... 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