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Judges' responsibilities reassigned following election

With the election of Division 6 Judge Eric Gordon in Tuesday’s general election, Gordon will be assigned civil, probate and family court cases at the courthouse in Lake Havasu City, court administrator Kip Anderson said.

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Veterans Day events scheduled in Parker

Nov. 11 is Veterans Day, the day America has set aside to honor the veterans of its armed forces. The day marked the end of what was called “The Great War.” It’s now called World War I. An armistice went into effect at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, thus ending

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Parks panel to discuss possibility of lifeguards on Lake Havasu City beaches

The Lake Havasu City Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will discuss the possibility of putting lifeguards on the city’s beaches. The idea, however, has already met with skepticism among Havasu officials.

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5 haunted places to visit in Arizona

But the hotel is now known to have a ghost that is said to haunt visitors. According to legend, a woman by the name of Leone Jensen jumped to her death from the hotel roof back in the 1920s. Some say it was due to a broken heart but are other stories that tell she had an illness.paranormal,paranorma

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Fill a bowl with soup to feed yourself, many others

“We were sitting in my pottery studio last winter, talking about different things. We were trying to think up something we could do to give back to the community that would benefit a lot of people,” said Linda Gromov.

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From the Shelter: Healing After Loss

No matter how well we prepare, it is never easy to lose a companion animal. And there are some which have been so special. For those of us who consider pets a member of the family, it literally leaves a hole in our hearts. The death may happen unexpectedly, leaving us bereft; or it may slowly wea

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Event Calendar | Nov. 11 - Nov. 18

TODAYCancer Care/Arts & Crafts Fair9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Mohave County Fairgrounds 2600 Fairgrounds Blvd.TUESDAYKingman Democrats Meeting6:30 p.m. at Calico’s restaurant, 418 W. Beale St.Kingman Republican Women11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at DamBar Steakhouse, 1960 E. Andy Devine Ave.THURSDAYRhy

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State parks projects proceed despite AG investigation

While the state Attorney General’s office conducts a criminal investigation of Arizona State Parks and Trails and Sue Black, director of State Parks, is on administrative leave, development of projects along the Colorado River continues.

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City Council members may double salaries

City staff surveyed cities ranked between 12th and 20th in population, as Havasu is the 17th largest city in the state. From that, they determined council members should make $1,211 per month and the mayor should make $1,905 per month.

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VETERAN SPOTLIGHT: Fred Ewing, WWII, Korean War - River Scene Magazine

Frederic Ewing, 99, of Lake Havasu City, has been a pilot, professional photographer, Mobil Oil man, and U.S. military veteran during his near-decade life span.

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Get antiques appraised Nov. 14 at library

Is the stuff in your home trash or treasure? You can find out from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Parker Public Library, at the corner of Navajo Avenue and Agency Road. Antiques appraiser Dave Bolster will be on hand to assess the value of whatever you bring in for him to check out. It will be in

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Many county races too close to call

Election Day was Nov. 6. There were several important races that were on the ballot in La Paz County. However, with the end of counting that evening, and with more than 500 ballots still outstanding, many of these races were too close to call.

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Friends of the Library hold book sales

The Parker Friends of the Library have announced their book sale schedule for winter and spring. The sales will be held from 10 a.m.to noon at the Parker Public Library, 1001 Navajo Avenue, on the dates specified:

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Santa Paws to visit Animal Shelter

It’s that time of year again. Santa Paws is coming to town. Bring your camera and your dog or cat, naughty or nice, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, to the La Paz County/Town of Parker Animal Shelter for a photo with Santa. Animals must be on a leash. A donation of cash or dog or cat food i

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Northern winds whip up first freeze watch for Mohave County

KINGMAN – North winds at 25 to 35 mph brought a freeze watch to parts of Mohave County and Nye County, Nevada Friday, dropping temperatures by 10-degrees in Kingman, Golden Valley, Pahrump and Indian Springs, Nevada, the National Weather Service reported.

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Mosley case continued to Nov. 15

A pre-trial hearing in the speeding case against an Arizona State Legislator has been continued. The hearing for Rep. Paul Mosley, R-Lake Havasu City, had been set for Oct. 18 in Parker Justice Court. It has been rescheduled for 9:30 a.m. Nov. 15.

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Numbers change in city election

Preliminary returns released just after polls closed Tuesday showed Edward Paget M.D., Timothy Terral and Barbara Beard leading, in that order, for the top three spots; followed by Louise Evans and Zachery Longacre.

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Lucas Oil ending drag boat racing series

In a statement issued Thursday, Lucas Oil Executive Vice President Bob Patison said, “The Lucas Oil Drag Boat Series will cease to exist after all matters related to the 2018 season have been concluded. It was a difficult decision to make, especially given our long history with the sport. However, t

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Doctor accused of sex assault takes plea deal

Ayman N. Awad, 61, was indicted last November on charges of sexual assault and surreptitious photography after a two-year investigation by federal authorities. Awad, who owns Havasu Imaging Center, accepted a plea agreement Monday in which the sexual assault charge would be dismissed. He will plead

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Events Pack Another Weekend In Lake Havasu City - River Scene Magazine

Space is limited to 75 Corvettes from clubs outside of the Colorado River Corvette Club, with a cost of $10 per Corvette to help offset the expenses incurred with this event. If your club is interested in participating, please contact me with how many Corvettes your club will be bringing.

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