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La Paz County Tourism Expo Dec. 12 at the BlueWater
There’s a lot to do in La Paz County, especially in the winter months. If you want to find out some of the fun activities and services available to visitors here, stop by the La Paz County Tourism Expo to be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 12 at the BlueWater Resort & Casino.
Explore La Paz County Wednesday at Casino
Explore La Paz County at the Tourism Expo Wednesday, December 12th from 9am to 3pm at BlueWater Resort & Casino. Admission is free. Learn about all the fun activities across La Paz County. The Tourism Expo is brought to you by the La Paz Regional Tourism team, the Colorado River Indian Tribes and Bl
Publisher of Parker Pioneer engaged in offbeat divorce battle
The publisher of the Parker Pioneer and Today’s News-Herald is engaged in an offbeat public court battle which involves allegations of poisoning. According to an Associated Press story, Joseph Soldwedel of Prescott has been using his newspaper to publicize his allegations that his wife of 8 years, F
Lake Havasu City Council snubs car wash
A 34-foot car wash proposed for the area of Mulberry and State Route 95 received five thumbs down Tuesday from the Lake Havasu City Council. City council members heard arguments on both sides at Tuesday’s meeting when a California business owner requested a zoning change, which would have allowed hi
Wind, wind – give it a rest. Stay away from Balloonfest
Lake Havasu City residents have just one request from Mother Nature: Keep the winds to a minimum between Jan. 10-13. Now in its ninth year, the Havasu Balloon Festival & Fair will once again be staged at Lake Havasu State Park’s Windsor 4. Organizers have made a few changes to some features, the tic
To the Editor: More about LPRH
I am responding to the letter that was published in the Parker Pioneer Nov. 14, 2018, “Has This Ever Happened to You?” The urine infection started at approximately 6 p.m. and got worse. I went to the hospital and I had a traveling doctor who told me it would help if I had an IV. This female doctor w
The Spirit of the Season at Kids & Christmas and PTA Winter Carnival
The holiday spirit descended Dec. 8 on Blake Primary School as Soroptimist International of Parker held their annual Kids & Christmas Celebration and the Parker PTA held their Winter Carnival. The events were held at the same time, with the Soroptimist event in the Blake Cafeteria and the Winter Car
My daughter and I love to explore Arizona, but it may soon get harder (for all of us)
Opinion: If Congress fails to reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund, many outdoor experiences we enjoy in Arizona could be compromised. When my daughter, Vida, was 3, she wanted to go on an adventure.
Winter water temperatures bring additional safety concerns
KINGMAN – Cold weather and frigid water temperatures aren’t enough to keep watercraft enthusiasts from doing what they love, but the winter months bring additional dangers for which boaters and fishermen should be prepared.
Local girls receive Mish Mash Studio scholarships
Two Parker elementary school students, Brooklyn Daniels-Leivas and Fallon Bowlin, have been named the recipients of the Bettie Gordon Scholarships from Mish Mash Studio. The scholarship administrator, Tammy Story, described Daniels-Leivas as an accomplished performer. She said Bowlin possesses outst
Mosley says he wants a trial
Arizona State Representative Paul Mosley told the Parker Justice Court Thursday that he intends to take the misdemeanor excessive speed case resulting from his now infamous traffic stop to trial.
Bronc girls’ basketball team off to impressive start
Parker Broncs’ varsity girls’ basketball Coach Larissa Hansen is impressed and happy with how the season has started for her team, the defending champions of the 2A West. They started the season with a 59-50 loss to the Kingman Bulldogs, but then played well at the Phoenix Country Day School Desert
Latest court ruling gives airport back to Kingman, but not legal fees
LAKE HAVASU CITY – Mohave County Superior Court Judge Steven Moss ruled Tuesday that the City of Kingman will take control of Kingman Airport Authority, and also that any legal fees incurred by KAA in defending its lawsuit against the City do not have to be repaid.
River Riders Motorcycle Club honored at Toy Run
The River Riders Motorcycle Club were presented with a Proclamation by Mayor Cal Sheehy honoring their charitable efforts during Sunday’s toy run event. For 35 years, the River Riders M.C. has put on a toy run to collect Christmas toys for children of less fortunate families. The club works with the
Look up!: Geminid meteor shower is at its peak this week
Clouds may be moving into Lake Havasu City Friday, but Thursday’s night skies should be clear as a bell. That will give area residents — and night owls — good viewing conditions for the Geminid meteor showers.
Is this OUR college?
This past week, there were several La Paz County residents who spoke up at the meeting of the Arizona Western College board held in Parker. Many of the were concerned over the high tax rate for the school, and said they felt the college wasn’t doing enough for La Paz County and most of their money w
Our View: The law is clear: County got church tax decision wrong
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors are clearly wrong in deciding that a church in Lake Havasu City is liable for property taxes. Why? State law doesn’t offer the choice they made.
Community View | Keeping our OHV trails open
The BLM is required by various federal regulations, policies and executive orders to develop Travel Management Plans (TMPs) for all public lands that they manage. Travel Management Plans are under development in Mohave, La Paz and Yuma counties. In order to develop plans showing all trails that are
Lake Havasu’s Community Dinner set for this Friday
Lake Havasu City residents are invited to the 16th annual Community Dinner at the Aquatic Center. This year, the team is offering two different serving times. Early Bird Seating at 4 p.m. (doors open at 3:30). The second seating at 6 p.m. (doors open at 5:45).
Don’t Just Watch – Be A Part Of The 9th Annual Balloon Festival – Volunteer
The 9th Annual Lake Havasu Balloon Festival is coming up fast, hitting Windsor Beach January 10-13, 2019. The event brings thousands of visitors to Lake Havasu City annually and is only made possible with the help of volunteerism.