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July 02, 2015 - 5:42pm
4th of July Activities
A fireworks display will take place on the Fourth of July, but if you’re looking for something different during the day, the 25th annual Oatman Sidewalk Egg Fry takes place at nigh noon. The Oatman Chamber of Commerce will pass out eggs, but you’ll have to bring your own cooking utensils. After 15 minutes, the person with the egg that the judges rule “most cooked” will win the contest. You can also bring reflective foil and magnifying glasses to help with the cooking process, but no cooking devices are allowed.

July 02, 2015 - 5:40pm
Havasu's Ballet Needs New Location
Havasu’s classical ballet will soon be homeless. Lake Havasu Ballet is looking for another place so they don’t have to shut down. Previously, classes were held at MCC. If you’d like to help, call Constant at the Lake Havasu Ballet at 928-505-5240.

July 02, 2015 - 5:38pm
Boys and Girls Club Fiesta Coming Next Weekend
The 18th annual Fiesta Fundraiser is coming up July 10th to support the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Colorado River. Teams of people will be mixing margaritas and vying for the title of “Best Margarita on the River.” Tickets are $40 each and include traditional Mexican food and all the margaritas you can drink. A 50/50 drawing will be held as well as drawings for prizes that have been donated to the organization. The event will be held at the Aquarius Casino Resort in Laughlin and is sponsored by Western Arizona Regional Medical Center. To get tickets or to reserve a table, visit The event traditionally sells out weeks in advance.

July 02, 2015 - 5:37pm
Storms Knock Out Power
There were 26 power outages reported to Mohave Electric Cooperative’s service area during storms over the past couple of days in the Tri-State. Wind gusts were reported to be around 55 miles per hour in Bullhead City. Some residents’ roofs have blown off in the storm. Fences have been ripped out as well and a carport cover came off as well. Toppled trees and downed power lines added to the mess. More storms are due this weekend.

July 02, 2015 - 5:13pm
Man Cited for Animal Cruelty after Leaving Dogs in Hot Car
Steven Simpson was cited for animal cruelty while shopping in Walmart. The Seligman man was paged in the store and told police he was only in Walmart for 15 minutes. Police say he was in the store for at least 35 minutes and that the temperature in the car was 110 degrees. Two pit bulls were inside the pickup truck with no water. Simpson had the windows cracked, but police asked him to run the air conditional and give the dogs some water.

July 02, 2015 - 5:10pm
School Begins Earlier in Kingman
School is starting a little earlier this year for students in the Kingman Unified School District. The district is going to a 45-10 schedule, which means school will last for 180 days with only a 6-week break in the summer. Students will also get two weeks off in spring, fall and winter. Students can also take part in an extra tutoring session called “intersessions,” which take place the first week of the break.

July 02, 2015 - 5:02pm
Man Pleads Guilty in Death of Baby
The man who says he was throwing an infant in the air and accidentally dropped him on his head pleaded guilty to second-degree murder charges. 24-year-old David Jonathan Ramos said he didn’t squeeze the baby; however, the baby had internal bleeding from a liver fracture caused by blunt force trauma. Detectives also say the baby had marks on it as if someone had squeezed it.

July 02, 2015 - 5:01pm
Body Recovered from Lake Mohave
The body of a boy who was believed to be that of a 17-year-old who went missing on Tuesday has been recovered from Lake Mohave. A group of the boy’s friends were cliff-diving in a cove when they decided to swim to another cliff about 50 yards away. A couple of them tried to help the boy, who was struggling to swim across Morning Star Cove, but he went under and they couldn’t find him. Workers from the National Parks Service immediately searched, but had to put it off until daylight. Divers found him yesterday morning. An autopsy is underway. It’s the third cliff-diving accident this year at Lake Mohave.

July 02, 2015 - 4:54pm
Police Officers Hurt in Prison Scuttle
Six Kingman police officers were hurt last night during a disturbance at a state prison. The inmates were locked down after there was an altercation between a group of prisoners and another prisoner. The reasons for the altercation are not yet known. Five of the officers were treated on the scene and a sixth was treated and released at the hospital. None of the inmates were said to have been injured. Firemen / Paramedics were also on the scene from Golden Valley’s Fire Department.

June 30, 2015 - 2:18pm
Art Competition Takes Place
An art competition will take place at First Friday in Kingman this week. The event will be held at the ArtHub on Beale Street from 4 to 7 pm. Those who are participating will be given a box and must include the items in their box in the design of their artwork. The art must be done in one hour, communicating the concept that will be revealed when the competition begins. Although the event takes place at the Mohave Community College campus in Kingman, participants from the Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City campuses will be competing as well.

June 30, 2015 - 2:18pm
Art Competition Takes Place
All three Mohave Community College campuses will host a live art competition Friday. Top prizes at each school will get a $600 scholarship. Second prize is a $500 scholarship and third prize is a $400 scholarship. Student Services offices will have registration forms or you can download them at

June 30, 2015 - 2:17pm
Bicyclists Doing Better Following Accident
Bicyclists that were in Lake Havasu City recently for the Journey of Hope ride are doing better today after being hit by a passing truck. They were cycling through Arizona on a 4,000-mile course that began in California and will end in Washington D.C. The six cyclists were in stable condition on Friday and four of them have been released from the hospital. The accident took place in Show Low. The group has raised more than $500,000 annually for people with disabilities.