Category: Desert Hills

DRIVE THROUGH NATIVITY EVENT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Now you can experience Christmas in a very meaningful way right from the comfort of your own car!  Come see ‘live’ performers and animals as they portray the events of the very first Christmas. Sponsored by the New Hope Calvary Church (formerly Havasu Bible Fellowship), the 15th Annual Drive-Through Nativity event Friday and Saturday evening (Dec. 16 and 17). Starting at dusk each evening, nine scenes come to life with luminaries lighting the ‘Road to Bethlehem’. Special lighting and touching Christmas music enhance the experience. This spectacular event is free to the public and will take place in Desert...

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I-40/SR 95 INTERCHANGE MOTORIST ADVISORY

  The Arizona Department of Transportation reminds motorists traveling east of the Lake Havasu City/State Route 95 traffic interchange along Interstate 40 to be prepared to slow down and expect brief delays for bridge construction through early summer next year. The eastbound lanes within the nine-mile project zone (mileposts 10-19) are currently closed while crews demolish four old bridge decks in preparation to build new bridge decks. Traffic has been moved to the westbound lanes, which are now narrowed to one lane in each direction. Construction is taking place Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. A 45...

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MAYOR NOTES BURRO STERILIZATION PROPOSAL

Bullhead City Mayor Tom Brady is urging interested citizens to read and offer comment on a BLM proposal to try to sterilize female burros to slow the population growth of the wild animals. Rapid growth in burro herds has prompted public safety concerns in and around Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City and there’s additional concern that too many animals are overtaxing habitat. Brady said some controversy surroundd the BLM proposal to sterilize female burros. He citizens can read and offer comment the plan by logging on to the agency’s Kingman Field Office website. “The document itself is riveting...

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BABYSITTING INSTRUCTION AVAILABLE

The Lake Havasu City Fire Department is offering child and babysitting safety classes to children 11-15 years of age. Each class is eight hours long, taught for four hours a day over a two-day period, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.     There are available openings on June 27-28, June 29-30 and July 11-12.    Whether kids watch their younger siblings, baby-sit with help from a friend, are seasoned babysitters, or are alone at home, this class will provide valuable information. Lessons include babysitting as a business, safety and injury prevention, leadership, play time, basic caregiving skills and first...

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STERLING SOLAR EXTENSION APPROVED

The Board of Supervisors has voted down a Planning Commission recommendation to reject time extensions for development of a solar power facility in the desert about 30 miles north of Lake Havasu City. The Commission recommended denial for the solar power project proposed at Sterling, north of the Interstate 40/Highway 95 interchange. Supervisors, however, during their Monday board meeting, granted a two year time extension to provide more time for project...

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