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Students place flags on veterans' graves

Young people who spend their afternoons at the Parker Public Library had a chance to show their appreciation of America's military veterans when they cleaned the headstones and placed flags on the graves of veterans at the Parker Cemetery. This group of youngsters was led by Assistant Librarian Trac


Veterans' organizations mark Veterans Day

Veterans Day, Saturday, Nov. 11, was commemorated with services at the Colorado River Indian Tribes and Parker Cemeteries. The services were conducted by the Freeman H. Sharp American Legion Post 70 and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7061. Speakers included CRIT Tribal Councilman Herman "T.J." La


Enriching Your Cat's World

The National Wildlife Federation recently published an article detailing the impact of free-roaming cats on birds and small wildlife. Cats prey on wild birds and other wildlife when they are simply following their natural instinct. Why should we be concerned? Recent studies show that domestic cats a


Fall Gathering to be held Nov. 18

The Colorado River Indian Tribes' Mohave Elders Committee will hold its third annual Fall Gathering from 1 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, in the Bingo Hall of the BlueWater Resort & Casino. Scheduled speakers include CRIT Tribal Chairman Dennis Patch and Mohave Elders Committee Chairman David


Havasu man faces theft, marijuana, dangerous drug charges

Russell A. Bursell, 60, of Lake Havasu City, was arrested Nov. 5 on charges of theft, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of dangerous drugs. According to the report from LHCPD, Bursell was asleep in his vehicle at a Showplace Avenue gas station when officers app

HAVASU NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-17 06:45:00

Kansas City police investigate death of California woman

FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2017 file photo, Justin Rey appears in Johnson County District Court in Olathe, Kan. Preliminary autopsy results confirm that dismembered human remains found inside a suburban Kansas City storage unit were those of woman whose husband was sleeping in the unit with their 4-day-

HAVASU NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-17 06:33:00

American Legion Riders visit old soldiers at Lake Hills Inn

Members from the Lake Havasu City American Legion Riders Post 81 visited residents of Lake Hills Inn. Each year legion members visit the skilled nursing facility to brighten up the day of residents and staff.David Louis/Today's News-Herald Members of Lake Havasu City's American Legion Riders on Wedn

HAVASU NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-16 06:29:00

Sheriff's office investigating four deaths

KINGMAN - Mohave County sheriff's officials are investigating four recent deaths. At about 4:27 p.m. Monday, deputies responded to a report of an injury collision between a white Chevy van and a Honda motorcycle at the intersection of Northern Avenue and North Van Nuys Road in Kingman. The operator

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-16 05:50:00

Lakeland PD investigating report of man masturbating at playground

LAKELAND, Fla. (WFLA) - A Lakeland family is warning other parents to be on the lookout after seeing a man masturbating in a public park. According to the family, the incident happened on Sunday at the playground by Lake Mirror. Kitty Brogran went to the park with her five grandchildren and her daug

WFLA.COM - 2017-11-16 17:50:41

Once a nuisance, toxic algae now a severe nationwide threat

MONROE, Mich. - Competing in a bass fishing tournament two years ago, Todd Steele cast his rod from his 21-foot motorboat - unaware that he was being poisoned. A thick, green scum coated western Lake Erie. And Steele, a semipro angler, was sickened by it. Driving home to Port Huron, Michigan, he fel

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 03:21:50

Gadget Daddy: Buying an iPhone X? Buy the protection too

That OLED screen on the new $1,000 Apple iPhone X is something to behold. Until it hits the pavement. Two companies had different viewpoints on the same screen this week. The good: Displaymate, which does exhaustive evaluations of monitors, smartphones and watch screens, designated the iPhone X disp

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 17:58:57

Saltwater fishing: Speckled trout are biting big in the cooler weather

Cooler weather has turned on the speckled trout bite around Tampa Bay and elsewhere. Good catches of trout with some "gator" size fish are being reported. By Michael Wilson Ledger correspondent 1. At Big Pier 60 in Clearwater, when it's not too windy, the Spanish mackerel bite is good in the mornin

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 01:02:51

Parents arrested after Lakeland baby tests positive for methamphetamine

Nicole Finley, 20. A mugshot of Nowlen is not available at this time. (Photo courtesy of Polk County Jail) LAKELAND, Fla. (WFLA) - Police said a Lakeland couple was arrested Tuesday after their baby tested positive for methamphetamine. According to an arrest report, 20-year-old Nicole Finley and 2

WFLA.COM - 2017-11-16 21:49:29

Accident crushes worker, 26, under 12 tons of steel at Metromont plant in Bartow

BARTOW - A Frostproof man died after being crushed by a steel rack and cables while working Nov. 10 at the Metromont Corp. plant in Bartow. Jose Guadalupe Bustos, 26, was pinned under 12 tons of metal during the accident, which occurred about 11:30 p.m. The Polk County Sheriff's Office gave this d

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 17:12:44

Letter: Recycling is good for the environment

It is understandable that recycling in times of economic growth and high commodity costs may bring higher profits. Yet, isn't a main goal of recycling to help our environment by eliminating enormous amounts of waste from burdening our ever-increasing landfills? The deletion of glass and most plasti

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 05:01:00

School administrator convicted of failing to report abuse gets a new trial

BARTOW - Courtney Stanley, the former school administrator convicted of failing to report accusations that a bus driver was molesting young students, will have another day in court. Circuit Judge Wayne Durden set aside Stanley's guilty verdict Thursday, thereby granting him a new trial, because ther

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 03:27:00

Hamilton soup kitchen in danger of closing asks for help

A Hamilton non-profit charity that has fed the needy for nearly 50 years is in danger of closing amid a funding crisis and desperate for help. To continue, New Life Mission needs an immediate $10,000 for bills and a new corporate donor after a key one recently pulled out, said its director, Felix Ru

FOX 19 - 2017-11-17 15:00:05

Hamilton girl with leukemia among those to be adopted Saturday

Heidi was suffering from untreated leukemia when the Matthews family took her in, and Saturday on National Adoption Day the Hamilton couple will officially make her part of the family. Renee and Jody Matthews said Heidi and the 15 other children they have fostered - some for long periods of time, ot

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-11-17 15:26:31

Hamilton County courts employee fired; clerk says tampering charges 'sickening'

A 22-year Hamilton County Clerk of Courts employee charged with record tampering has been fired. Yakyma Boyd, 45, of the West End, had been accused of removing and concealing documents and data related to an investigation by the Regional Enforcement Narcotics Unit (RENU), according to her arrest sli

FOX 19 - 2017-11-16 19:15:08

Hamilton firefighter death trial: Tears, screams fill courtroom as defense calls first witness

The courtroom filled with sobbing and screaming Wednesday during testimony of the defense's first witness in the trial of two men charged with arson and murder in the 2015 death of Hamilton firefighter Patrick Wolterman. William "Billy" Tucker, 46, of Richmond, Ky., and his uncle Lester Parker, 67,

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-11-15 22:59:43