Annual performance evaluations are set later today for the Lake Havasu City Manager, City Attorney and City magistrate. The city council will first take up the personnel matters in executive session during a special council meeting at 4:00 p.m. The same matters and an agenda full of other municipal business will be addressed during the regular council meeting that starts at 6:00...Read More
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A San Diego, California man was seriously injured while riding personal water craft with friends Friday afternoon at Lake Havasu. The Mohave County Sheriff’s office said 29-year-old Duncan Davies was riding out in front of friends when he ditched his PWC in the water. A personal water craft operated by one of his friends struck Davies in the head at about 35 miles per hour. Davies suffered a fractured skull and was flown to a Las Vegas hospital for...Read More
Chamber members truly are “Out of This World” and will be recognized at the Annual Celebration of Business and Annual Awards program on Friday, June 9 at the Bridgeview Room of Shugrue’s. More than 200 members are expected to gather as we review accomplishments and look ahead to the issues and opportunities facing our city and region, as well as our organization. The function is the Chamber’s Annual Corporation Meeting and all members of the organization are invited to join in the celebration. This year’s event theme is “Out of This World” – an outer space theme – and...Read More
Officials with NOAA’s National Weather Service forecast office in Las Vegas are looking for interested volunteers to help better protect residents of the Lake Havasu area by providing quality storm reports during severe weather. The LHC Fire Department will be hosting a two-hour Severe Weather Spotter Training class beginning at 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 14, at Fire Station #2 located at 2065 Kiowa Boulevard North. The class is free of charge and open to all area residents interested in weather, thunderstorms, or public safety. All course materials are provided. The training session is complete with videos and digital images...Read More
The results from the 2016 Arizona Children’s Health Survey have been released, including data for results for Mohave County. Of the 3,680 statewide surveys completed, Mohave County residents completed 768. About 31% of respondents from Mohave County had a child with special health care needs, which was identical to the state of Arizona. According to this survey, 11% of Mohave County parents reported that their children do not have health insurance, while 13% of those that have insurance reported that it does not meet their child’s health care needs. This is higher than the state average, where 5.5% of...Read More
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