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Heroes in Heels spotlighted Havasu’s trailblazers

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Many warm tributes were dedicated to some of the women of Lake Havasu last week at the second annual Heroes in Heels Ceremony.  The Heroes in Heels dinner party took place on Wednesday, February 7 at Shugrues Bridgeview Room. Hav-A-Sis was the nonprofit group behind the acknowledgment celebration. The club was formed amid COVID […]

Fatal crash investigation ongoing

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Lake Havasu City Police Department Crash Team continues to investigate the fatal traffic collision which occurred on State Route 95 near McCulloch Blvd S. on February 12. The driver of the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro involved in the collision is identified as 49-year-old Lake Havasu City resident Adam Zink. Toxicology results are still […]

Puppies and dogs up for adoption this weekend

KINGMAN – Friends of Mohave County Animal Shelter will be at PetCo, 3320 Stockton Hill Rd., on Friday February 23 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with beautiful puppies and dogs for adoption. They will also have pet related merchandise such as collars and bowls, harnesses and leashes and desktop aquariums for sale for donation. […]

MCC fall enrollment window opens Feb. 20, sign up before

MOHAVE COUNTY – Take the next big step in your educational journey at Mohave Community College. Registration for the fall semester opens Feb. 20 for classes that start Aug. 19. The College is also currently enrolling students in eight-week classes that begin March 11, and summer classes that begin May 28. Students are encouraged to […]

Flemmons takes state wrestling championship

KINGMAN – Nic Verville got the party started years ago with a state wrestling championship for Lee Williams High School (LWHS). James Wayman followed before his brother Payton Wayman won back-to-back state championships for the Volunteers. And Nevaeh Flemmons has carved her niche in LWHS wrestling history with her own state title. Flemmons pinned all […]

The Original Banda El Limón set to perform at The

Laughlin, Nev. – The Edge Pavilion will feature the legendary Mexican banda group The Original Banda El Limón on Saturday, April 20. Founded by Don Salvador Lizárraga in 1965, The Original Banda El Limón, has been at the forefront of regional Mexican banda music’s growth in international popularity. The Latin Grammy Award-winning group has performed for sold out […]

History event will feature Native American artist

KINGMAN – Sounds of Kingman will present an Our Time Our History event on Feb. 24 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the MCC Building, 309 E. Beale St. The event, entitled “He Stands in the Sun: The Life, Legacy & Art of Kiowa Artist T.C. Cannon: will provide information about Carrie Calisay Cannon from […]

Pickle Fest Tournament slated

LAKE HAVASU CITY – The nation’s fastest growing sport will be available to witness this weekend at the 10th Annual Pickle Fest Tournament. The Lake Havasu City Pickle Ball Association (LHCPBA) is continuing to carry out their mission to advocate the expansion of the pickleball sport.  The organization is always sharing information to the community on […]

Hop on to Hope

Are you a hopeful person? Before you answer that, let’s spend a moment defining hope. Hope is a word of unknown origins, but some say that it comes from the verb “hop”. So, to hope means to leap forward in expectation. Friedrich Nietzsche, that ever so happy fellow, once said, “Hope in reality is the […]

Jet Ski Memorial race honors Mark Hahn

LAKE HAVASU CITY – The time has come to witness the world’s largest endurance jet ski race in the world. President Ross Wallach of RPM Racing Enterprises will be hosting the 20th Mark Hahn Memorial race. The race will be licensed by the International Jet Sports Boating Association (IJSBA).  The anticipated event is expected to […]

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