A quarter-million more fish. With lakes around the state extra full, the Arizona Game and Fish Department needed extra fish. And it got them. In preparation for the Memorial Day weekend, the AZGFD has been stocking an additional 20,000 trout and catfish into waters statewide. Through June, we’ll have stocked a quarter-million more trout, catfish, bass and sunfish statewide. After heavy rains and runoff this spring, the lakes are replenished and ready for angling action. Most catfish are going into Community Fishing Program waters: give Mr. Whiskers a try. Or plan a trip to where the extra trout have...Read More
Category: Lake Havasu City
The Lake Havasu City Police Department will be conducting a DUI enforcement detail from Friday, May 26, 2017 thru Monday, May 29, 2017, for the Memorial Day holiday. Officers can provide enhanced DUI enforcement during holidays from a grant awarded by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The Lake Havasu City Police Department wants to remind everyone who will be participating in Memorial Day festivities to enjoy the holiday weekend responsibly and arrange for a designated driver. Drive Hammered, Get...Read More
Lake Havasu City Police Chief Dan Doyle and Councilman Cal Sheehy were guest readers on Monday, May 22 to celebrate WACOG Head Start’s 52nd birthday with a Community Reading Day to raise awareness of the importance and far-reaching impact of Head Start. Chief Doyle read “Pete the Cat and the Bad Banana,” a tale of a feline’s love-hate relationship with bananas, while Sheehy read two tales of mice headed off to school in “Maisy Goes to Preschool” and “Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come.” Doyle called the morning “the best part of his day.” He asked each of...Read More
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and the Lake Havasu City Police Department in conjunction with the Arizona Game and Fish Department participated in a life jacket exchange program on Saturday, May 20th, at the London Bridge Beach in Lake Havasu City. During the event, approximately 250 non-serviceable, worn, or torn life jackets were exchanged for brand new comparable life jackets at no cost to those exchanging them. The new life jackets were provided by the Arizona Game and Fish Department and were purchased with grant funds. Shortly after the life jacket exchange event, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office...Read More
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Division of Boating Safety recently had the privilege of doing a demonstration at Nautilus Elementary School in Lake Havasu City on Monday, May 15. During the demonstration deputies showed several classes a patrol boat, patrol vehicles, scuba gear and a remote operated submarine. Also, deputies spoke about boating safety, including the importance of wearing a life jacket. After the presentation, the students presented deputies with several hand drawn pictures and letters thanking the Deputies at the Sheriff’s Office for their service to the community in honor of national police week. Pictured (left to...Read More
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