Category: Bullhead City

VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR CERT SERVICE

            The Bullhead City, Mohave Valley and the Lake Havasu City Fire Departments are looking for individuals who have a desire to serve their community as a member of their Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).           CERTs work together with other first responders within their community to provide assistance with emergency first aid, triage, fire suppression, rehab, search & rescue and damage assessment activities during a disaster. Prior to becoming a volunteer emergency worker, applicants must first attend two weekend basic disaster volunteer training courses provided by Mohave County Emergency Management. The training program is free and can...

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LOCALS PASSED OVER FOR APPELLATE COURT POSTS

     Local finalists have come up short in their bid for appointment to vacant positions on the Divison One Arizona Court of Appeals. Mohave County Superior Court Judge Rick Williams of Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City-based private practice attorney Ken Moyer will keep their current jobs, at least for now. Governor Doug Ducey has announced the appointments of Judge Maria Elena Cruz and Judge Jennifer Campbell to the vacant Appellate Court positions. Judge Cruz is Presiding Judge of the Yuma County Superior Court. She has served as a Yuma County Superior Court Judge since 2009. Prior to...

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COMMENTS WELCOME FOR COLORADO RIVER TRAIL PROJECT

The Bureau of Reclamation in coordination with the National Park Service (NPS), the City of Bullhead City, Mohave County, and Clark County, is seeking public comment on a draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Arizona Heritage Trail System within Lake Mead National Recreation Area. The EA evaluates the potential environmental impacts of constructing and maintaining approximately 3.5 miles of hardened surface trail which would reach the existing Colorado River Heritage Greenway Park and Trails in Nevada, creating about a seven mile loop connecting the communities of Bullhead City, Arizona and Laughlin, Nevada. The proposed Trail would be located in...

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FIRE DEPARTMENT THANKFUL FOR DIVING DONATIONS

  The Bullhead City Fire Department (BCFD) is expressing its gratitude to the Fort Mohave Tribal Police Department for donating thousands of dollars’ worth of new dive equipment to the Bullhead City Dive team. The equipment will greatly enhance the quality of the fire department program and will assist in offering additional service to people in need on our waterways. As temperatures begin to climb, local waterways become extremely busy on any given day or time. Having the proper gear is vital for first responders both in training and when responding to emergencies. The BCFD dive team currently has...

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