Category: Lake Havasu City

STATE PARKS OFFERS FAMILY CAMPOUT NORTH OF PARKER

Arizona’s Family Campout Program gives kids a break from electronics and introduces them to new outdoor adventures for one-weekend at a state park. An activity filled weekend could include fishing, archery, mountain biking, hiking, or birding, depending on the date and park chosen. The program is ideal for those new to camping but all are welcome to share in this weekend experience. Spots are still open at River Island State Park north of Parker for a family campout activity planned April 22-23. River Island is an ideal vacation destination for tent campers and is most popular for boating, fishing,...

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SATELLITE OFFICE OPERATIONS ANNOUNCED BY TREASURER

  In an effort to better serve taxpayers, Mohave County Treasurer, Cindy Landa Cox, is pleased to announce the Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City temporary satellite offices will be open in April for second-half tax payments. Many thanks to Mohave Electric Cooperative and the City of Lake Havasu for graciously offering temporary space in their offices for this vital function! The temporary satellite offices will be open as follows: WHERE: Lake Havasu City Temporary Satellite Office: The City Complex 2330 McCulloch Blvd N Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403 Bullhead City Temporary Satellite Office: Mohave Electric Cooperative 928 Hancock...

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HAVASU CHAMBER WELCOMES EL POLLO LOCO EATERY

  The Lake Havasu Area Chamber Ambassadors recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the El Pollo Loco Authentic Mexican Grill, celebrating its Grand Opening in Lake Havasu City. The eatery is located in the 200 block of N. Lake Havasu Avenue. A passionate staff with quality guest services serving great citrus-marinated, fire-grilled chicken. Offering handcrafted entrees using fresh ingredients daily with a welcoming dining environment that feels “at...

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PROBATION ORDERED FOR LAKE HAVASU HOUSE FIRE

A Lake Havasu City woman charged with arson in a residential structure fire was released from jail after she was sentenced in Kingman on April 7. Vanessa Byrd, 40, was convicted through a plea agreement of the lesser offense of criminal damage. Prosecutor James Schoppmann said it appeared that Byrd knocked over a candle that sparked the fire that damaged the home last summer. He said Byrd was making nonsensical statements about butterflies and flowers when firefighters arrived. “Miss Byrd has been suffering from mental illness for a long time,” defense attorney Ting-Wei Chiang said at sentencing. Mohave County...

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HAVASU EGG HUNTING STARTS EARLY SATURDAY

    The Shops at Lake Havasu is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, and all are welcome! This is a FREE event sponsored by The Shops at Lake Havasu, Star Cinemas and Walmart.  Following the hunt at 10 am enjoy a FREE screening of Dr. Seuss “The Lorax.” Please take note of specific age group hunt times: Ages 2-3 begin at 9 am Ages 4-5 begin at 9:15 am Ages 6-9 begin at 9:30 am. Location–Center Courtyard and Star...

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