Category: Arizona

No Cameras Allowed during Justin Rectors Prosecution Proceedings

Reporters covering a new child homicide case will not be able to use cameras during legal proceedings involving the prosecution of Justin Rector. The 26-year-old Bullhead City man is charged with first degree murder and other charges in the early September death of his friend’s daughter, eight year-old Isabella “Bella” Grogan-Canella. Requests to take pictures and video during Rector’s hearings was denied Monday by Mohave County Superior Court Judge Lee Jantzen. in his minute order, Judge Jantzen said he was acting under authority and discretion afforded him by law. `The Court determines that allowing television coverage in the courtroom or cameras in the courtroom would impact the right of both the Defendant and the State to a fair trial,” Jantzen’s ruling stated. “The Court is aware this case is already a high profile case…This early attention to a case like this will already make it more difficult than normal to pick a fair and impartial jury when or if this case gets to trial.” Rector is held in the Mohave County jail without bond. Arraignment is scheduled...

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Flash Flood Watch in Effect beginning Wednesday Morning

For portions of Northwest Arizona, Californian and Southern Nevada  including areas in Arizona, Lake Havasu, Fort Mohave,  Lake Mead National Recreation Area and North West Deserts. In California, Cadiz Basin,  Eastern Mohave Desert, Morogo Basin & San Bernardo County. In Southern Nevada, Lake Mead National Recreation area, Las Vegas Valley, Northeast Clark County, Sheep Range, Southern Clark County and Spring mountain- Red Rock Canyon. The Flash Food Watch is in effect beginning Wednesday Morning through Thursday evening. Tropical moisture is expected to push into the desert this week bringing an enhanced risk of Flash Flooding across the region. With the highest risk of flooding occurring Wednesday and Thursday. Persons in and near the watch area should  be alert to the potential for heavy rainfall. Your CURRENT Conditions – Local Weather Situation … http://www.emergencyemail.org/weather/us/AZ/04015.asp?src=dwx&day=Tuesday National Severe Weather Map...

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Andy Devine Days Rodeo Pre Sale Tickets

Presale rodeo tickets are available now at Martin Swanty Dodge, Stockton Hill Feed, Boot Barn, H&H Printers and both Mohave State Banks. Get your now and save some money! Ticket Prices: Presale: Adult (12+) is $12.00/Children (4-11) is $8.00 At the Gate: Adult (12+) is $15.00/Children (4-11) is $10.00 Children 3 and under are free And, on Friday, September 26th, don’t miss the 100 Club Dinner. There will be food from many different restaurants from around Kingman, silent auction, live music, dancing and a ton of laughter! 100 Club Packages can be paid for at Martin Swanty Dodge. The price is still only $125 for two all you can eat & drink tickets to the 100 Club. The package includes 4 VIP tickets to the rodeo (right by the chutes) and free  parking at the fairgrounds.  Andy Devine Days begins September 22 – 28th. Here is a list of...

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2nd Annual “Coyote Cares for Kids” Poker Run

The Red Iron Motorcycle Club is proud to announce it’s 2nd annual “Coyote Cares for Kids” poker run. This run will be held on Saturday,  Oct 4th, 2014. This is an 8 stop poker run along the Colorado River. One of the 8 stops will be a mystery stop for a chance at a WILD CARD! Registration is at Twisted Metal Cycle Shop located at 124 N. Lake N Havasu Ave. For riders south of Havasu, Registration will be at THE BAR on the Parker Strip. 9am on the day of the run. You can also pre-register at both locations. The party will be held at the R-BAR, 3185 Maricopa Ave. There will be 2 bands playing non-stop music for your entertainment along with 2 food vendors to keep you going through the evening! High hand payout is $500.00 with a worst hand (low hand) payout of $250.00. There will also be raffle gifts, a 50/50 draw and an auction. Come on along for a great run for a good cause!!! The proceeds from this run benefit children with medical needs in the Havasu...

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Volunteers Needed for National Public Lands Day

Be prepared to get dirty! Bring your rakes, shovels, working gloves, sun-block, a beach chair, and a hat to the shoreline of “That Beach” located along the northwest area of the Island between Crazy Horse Campground and the lighthouse north of Site Six, Saturday, September 27, 2014, to celebrate National Public Lands Day. Planned activities include cleaning up trash and dressing the beach. Registration begins at 7:00 a.m., with activities planned to last until noon. All volunteers will receive a FREE lunch. Register at the event or in advance by completing a volunteer waiver form. If you are with a group or organization, it is recommended that you register in advance. Please note, all minors must have the volunteer waiver form signed by their parent or legal guardian and not their program director. National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest hands-on volunteer effort to improve and enhance public lands. Join Lake Havasu City officials and thousands of other Americans across the country to celebrate. We all benefit from public lands, and National Public Lands Day is a great opportunity for all of us to give back to our community and spend time outdoors.For more information and to register, contact Gary Parsons, Operations Director, at (928) 453-6455....

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