Even though Christmas Day has come and gone, there's still time to celebrate the season in Lake Havasu City. Holiday lights are still on display on homes, Wheeler Park, in the Downtown District, and under the London Bridge.
Take an evening and enjoy the labor of love that transforms Lake Havasu i...
By Becky Maxedon
This year has put a crimp in most family’s plans to be home for the holidays.
But for one Lake Havasu City family, coming home for Christmas means more than just celebrating the season. It is a celebration of life itself.
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By Nicole Matheson
Gratitude is the spirit of the holiday season, and in a year like 2020 it may difficult to count one's blessings. But one Lake Havasu City family is especially grateful, as a young man facing incredible obstacles is coming into his own.
Meet Ryder Bliss
Ryder Bliss is a 14 ...
By Becky Maxedon
For most of those who read this story, there has never been the thought about what it takes to become an American citizen.
But for one young Lake Havasu City man, the dream of citizenship became a reality Dec. 8.
Chen-Chen came to the United States from his home in China in...
The 37th Annual River Riders Toy Run was a little bit different this year. The Toy Run became a Toy Drop-Off at the Lake Havasu Community Health Foundation Food Bank.
The riders carrying everything from stuffed animals to skateboards strapped to their motorcycles rode to the Food Bank and dropped...
When this year’s 36th edition of the Boat Parade of Lights in Lake Havasu City was in jeopardy of not happening because of the COVID-19 virus, Havasu citizen JJ Gibbs took on overseeing the long-standing holiday tradition.
The Boat Parade of Lights went off without a hitch Saturday night with 6...
More than 40 Lake Havasu children shared their love for entrepreneurship at the Community Youth Market Saturday. The kids sold items such as dog treats, mason jar snow globes, jewelry, candles tea cups and metal art at the KAWS building on McCulloch Boulevard.
Kids were able to launch and run the...
Halloween was not the same this year in Lake Havasu City. In years past, Fright Night on McCulloch Boulevard was where the annual celebration.
But this year, Havasuvians went back to their trick or treating roots Saturday night as many chose to go door-to-door or attend church trunk or treats o...
It got real witchy when more than 65 people paddle boarded and kayaked their way through the Bridgewater Channel Saturday afternoon. The participants dressed as witches as they made their way from Rotary Park and London Bridge Beach to the London Bridge.
The event, organized by Sara Tinkle Arnold...
The 2020 IJSBA World Finals results are in the books after the even wrapped up last weekend in at Crazy Horse Campgrounds in Lake Havasu City.
Personal watercraft racers, freestylers and more from throughout the U.S. and around the world competed at the event, that was scaled down this year because...