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October 24, 2016 - 11:27am
Several Individuals, Organizations and Businesses Win Awards in Laughlin
Awards were handed out over the weekend in Laughlin. The Community Achievement Awards took place with the first ever Lifetime Achievement Award given to Don Laughlin. The Spirit of the Colorado River went to Cameron Broadcasting and the Spirit of Nevada Award was given to Lieutenant John Healey of the Las Vegas Metro Police Department. Large Business of the Year was Harrah’s Laughlin and Small Business of the Year was Bug Emergency. Mohave Shred won Green Business of the Year and the Veterans Resource Center won Community or Social Service Organization. Awards were also given to Fred Bruno, Brian Morin, Lloyd Shires, Paul Stoddard, Bryan Crabtree, Anita Bray, Mehdi Azarmi and Patty Dixon.

October 24, 2016 - 11:26am
Fogging Takes Place Again Tonight in Mohave Valley
More fogging is planned for tonight in Mohave Valley. The county public health department has contracted Baron Pest Solutions of Bullhead City to start the fogging again tonight at 8:00. Areas of ground fogging will include south of Willow Drive to Laguna Road and both directions between Mohave Valley Highway to Mountain View Road as well as the Quail Run subdivision and the areas around Courtwright and Mountain View. You’re asked to close your windows and turn off your air. You should also bring in any pets and cover any plants, pet dishes and children’s play equipment as well as pools and spas, bird baths and fish ponds.

October 24, 2016 - 11:25am
Fall Festival Coming up on Saturday in Bullhead City
The annual Fall Festival is coming up at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1664 Central Avenue in Bullhead City. All activities are free for the whole family, including game booths, pony rides, a train ride, petting zoo, bounce house, face painting, a cake walk and more. If you can, you’re asked to bring canned food items that will be donated to the local food banks and pet food, which will be donated to the P.A.W.S. organization. The event will be held on Saturday, October 29th from 12 noon to 4pm. A barbecue meal will be provided for a nominal fee by Boy Scout Troop 56. For more information, call St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church.

October 24, 2016 - 11:24am
Bullhead City Man Arraigned Today on Burglary Charges
A 47-year-old Bullhead City man is expected to be arraigned today in a Mohave County Courtroom. Luis Alberto Ruiz Meza was indicted last week for allegedly burglarizing four Bullhead City homes. Meza was indicted for two counts of second-degree burglary as well as two counts of attempted third-degree burglary. Meza allegedly left behind a wallet in someone’s garage while allegedly burglarizing their home. Meza’s ID was inside. Some residents reported damage to their home as well from the burglary attempts and one victim’s coins and piggy bank were allegedly found in Meza’s possession.

October 21, 2016 - 11:38am
Volunteer Expo Takes Place Tomorrow
The Tri-City Community Volunteer Expo is coming up tomorrow from 9am to 1pm in the Bullhead City Council Chambers on Marina Boulevard. Whether you have an organization in need of volunteers or you’re interested in getting involved in an organization as a volunteer, you should check out this event that brings the community together. Raffle prizes and free refreshments will be handed out and you can play Bingo. For more information, call 928-718-4967 or email

October 21, 2016 - 11:37am
Mohave Community Orchestra to Hold First Concert of the Season
The first concert of the season is coming up for the Mohave Community Orchestra. The Mohave Highlanders Pipes and Drums will also be performing. Students can attend for free and suggested donations are $5 for adults and $10 for families. The money will go toward operating expenses and facility rental costs. The concert will be held in the Kingman High School’s Aguilar Auditorium on Bank Street. If you’re interested in educational opportunities with the orchestra, you can call 928-753-3902 for more information.

October 21, 2016 - 11:34am
Bullhead City Observes National Prescription Take-Back Day
National Prescription Take-Back Day is coming up tomorrow and the Bullhead City Police Department will be participating in the program. If you have any prescription drugs you need to dispose of anonymously, you can drop them off at the police department on Marina Boulevard from 10am to 12 noon. The medicines will then be turned over to the DEA to be properly disposed of. You can also drop them off in the lobby at the Bullhead City Police Department’s drop-off box during regular business hours.

October 21, 2016 - 11:33am
Oatman Fire Division Chief Resigns
Bonnie Nowak, Division Chief of the Oatman Fire Department’s EMS Division, has resigned. Nowak wrote and read her letter to the board, which stated that verbal attacks were made against her at last week’s administrative meeting as well as board members questioning how she handles financial reports. Nowak was also the office manager for the department and handles the deposits in that position. She presented a copy of the financial report to the board, including those deposits and expenditures. At one point, Nowak says she made a deposit from her own personal account to cover a shortfall, and then paid herself back later. There’s allegedly also been tension between Nowak and the fire chief, whom Nowak accused of incompetence.

October 20, 2016 - 11:45am
Norona Effect Event Coming to Havasu on Friday
Mudshark Brewery in Havasu will hold the Norona Effect’s “Walk to the Moon,” a free event for families on Friday from noon to 9pm. Live bands, raffles, vendors, food and drinks will be featured as well as games and activities for the whole family. A car show will also be featured. All proceeds raised will go to help build a pediatric oncology center in Havasu. For more information, visit

October 20, 2016 - 11:41am
Relics & Rods Event Kicks Off Today
The Relics & Rods 39th Annual “Run to the Sun” event kicks off today in Lake Havasu City. Cruise night is set for tonight, downtown, starting at 5pm. The car show will feature race cars, hot rods, convertibles and more at Bridgewater Links Golf Course, at the London Bridge Resort, for the “Show & Shine” from 8am to 4pm, with a dinner and dancing afterwards.

October 20, 2016 - 11:41am
More Ways to Give Blood
More blood drives are coming up around the Tri-State. A blood donation center was set up today at the Edgewater / Colorado Belle health Fair until 3:30 pm. On Saturday, you can give blood between 11am and 3pm or Sunday from 8am to noon, both at the Avi Casino Resort in the Mojave Meeting Room. For more information, call 877-827-4376 or go to

October 20, 2016 - 11:39am
MCC to Help with Teacher Shortage in Mohave County
Local school districts in the Tri-State are hurting for teachers and Mohave Community College has a plan to help out with the shortage. The problem isn’t just in Mohave County, but nationwide, with the number of new teachers dropping from 691,000 to about 451,000 in the past six years. The plan for MCC to help local schools is more long-term, assisting students who wish to be teachers in the future by working with them and having them help out in classrooms. Students can start with their 2-year associate’s degree at MCC, and then transfer to a school such as ASU, Grand Canyon University, the University of Arizona or Arizona State in order to study for two more years and receive their bachelor’s degree. Officials at MCC say there are also funding opportunities for those wishing to become teachers and they are passionate about helping those students through the process.