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Summer visitors flock to Havasu

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Summer is now in the air, and Lake Havasu still remains the number one vacation spot of many tourists. Whether it be for work or play, summer visitors flock to Lake Havasu each year for a full dose of fun in the sun and ultimate relaxation.
If you just so happen to take in a late afternoon stroll along the Bridgewater Channel, the area is pleasantly bombarded with kayaking, swimming, and boating.

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BLM partners in river drought

The Bureau of Land Management has announced an $11.1 million cooperative agreement with the Foundation for America’s Public Lands, BLM’s official charitable partner, to improve drought resilience in the Colorado River Basin. The funding is being invested through the Inflation Reduction Act under the Biden-Harris Administration’s Investing in America agenda.

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Some 800 turn out for KRMC Kids Day event

KINGMAN – Kingman Regional Medical Center’s (KRMC) Kids Day took place this weekend in a fun-filled community get-together, promoting health in our newest generations for over 40 years.
Saturday, June 15, more than 40 vendors brought the Kingman community together at the annual KRMC Kids Day, encouraging kids around Mohave County to make good health choices in a fun and inviting environment.

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MCC holds ribbon cutting ceremony at Firebird Field, home of Mohave Community College Soccer

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College held a ribbon cutting ceremony the morning of Wednesday, June 12 at Rotary Park’s Firebird Field in Bullhead City, home of Mohave Community College Men’s and Women’s Soccer.
Numerous elected officials, business owners and community partners were in attendance Wednesday morning as the crowd gathered to see the official unveiling of Firebird Field, which is set to be renamed thanks to the efforts of the Bighorn Booster Club. The Bighorn Booster Club will be reaching out to community partners and business in the near future with respect to naming rights.

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Thank you So Much……

The entire staff here at The Standard newspaper would like to thank our readers for their patience and support over the last few weeks and months as we have completely rebuilt our website.

thestandardnewspaper.online is our comprehensive and inclusive attempt to not only present the latest news and highlight upcoming events, but to provide avenues (links) to community resources that are important for the betterment of our community and Mohave County.

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