Category: Lake Havasu City

Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager THIS MORNING

A reminder, Lake Havasu City Mayor Mark S. Nexsen and City Manager Charlie Cassens would like to invite the public to meet for coffee and casual conversation from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., this Friday, September 5, at Jersey’s Grill, located at 2049 McCulloch Boulevard. The next two future meetings are scheduled as follows: Friday, October 3, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at Makai Café, (under Barley Brothers Brewery & Grill) 1425 McCulloch Boulevard North. Friday, November 7, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at Street Side Coffee Company located at 2127 Swanson Avenue. Residents are encouraged to attend to express any issues, concerns, or questions. The event does not require an RSVP and is an informal come-and-go setting. For more information please contact the Mayor’s office at (928)...

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MISSING PERSON ON THE LAKE – LAKE HAVASU

Mohave County Sheriff’s Waterways deputies responded to a reported missing person in the water near the Windsor Beach launch ramp early Monday (9/1) afternoon. Approximately 12:54 p.m., deputies responded to the scene of where a 50-year-old Hispanic male subject failed to resurface after jumping into the water from his boat to get cooled off. Deputies conducted an immediate search of the waterways and the shoreline. The search resumed Tuesday (9/1) morning with divers from MCSO and Lake Havasu Police Department. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office is also assisting. MCSO will continue their investigation with on-going searches until the subject is...

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New Organization for Girls in Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu City has a newly chartered organization for girls between the ages of 11 and 20.  The International Order of Rainbow for Girls began in 1922 in McAllister, Oklahoma but this is the first time that the organization has chartered an assembly in Lake Havasu. The local Fidelity Assembly in Lake Havasu is a nonprofit organization that strives to give girls the tools, training, and encouragement to let their individual spirits shine bright. By providing members with a safe, fun, caring environment where responsible, older girls can interact and mentor younger girls through family involvement.  Girls participate in fun events and activities, keep up with new friends, and travel to different cities and states.  Members experience the excitement of what a productive life has to offer.  From volunteering for different charities, to working to improve their public speaking, to mastering the lessons of Rainbow, members tackle lots of challenging hurdles but ultimately walk away with a sense of pride and accomplishment.  Whether they dream of becoming a successful veterinarian, a talented musician, or a loving mother, Rainbow Girls learn that they can accomplish anything and that they can make a difference and can also earn scholarships toward their college goals. For more information contact Julia Finney, Mother Advisor, at (928)486-3251 or go online to...

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INJURY BOAT ACCIDENT – LAKE HAVASU

Mohave County Sheriff’s Waterways deputies responded to a single boat injury accident in the mouth of the channel Sunday (8/31) afternoon.  Approximately 1:38 p.m., deputies responded to the scene of where a 38-foot Dave’s Custom Boats twin-engine flipped over and ejected all five people onboard.  The operator, Cale Holt, 29, of Bullhead City, and a female passenger were transported to Havasu Regional Medical Center.  Holt suffered a head injury and the injured female passenger had a bruise on her head.  Apparently Holt was traveling northbound heading into the river when the boat was too close to the Arizona side.  The owner of the boat was onboard and told Holt he was too far to the right.  Holt tried turning back toward the main channel when the port side engine caught in the mud and caused a starboard turn and flipped.  The boat landed upside down in about 6 to 7 feet of...

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