LAKE HAVASU CITY - There's a reason Lake Havasu City has been nicknamed the "Personal Watercraft Capital of the World." On Sept. 29 to Oct. 7, the International Jet Sports Boating Association (IJSBA) comes to Crazy Horse Campgrounds for the 2018 IJSBA Blowsion World Finals. These high performance watercraft competitions are a mix of human athleticism and human innovation in engineering durable but powerful watercraft. Over 750 of the world's best personal watercraft racers are expected to attend. Spectators are free. (https://golakehavasu.com/event/ijsba-world-finals/

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Mohave County Public Works will be completing the following roadwork next week, Sept. 3 through 7.

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MOHAVE COUNTY - One candidate for the Colorado River Union High School District governing board has failed to knock another off the general election ballot.

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AZGFD aims to exchange record number of life jackets in 2018

Nearly 850 life jackets have been exchanged so far this year, but that number will ramp up after the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) holds more events in August.

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MOHAVE COUNTY - While monsoon season officially began June 15, the first major storms served as an important reminder for off-highway vehicle (OHV) operators

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MOHAVE COUNTY - Weather forecasts are showing that a resurgence of Arizona’s monsoon is on the horizon

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LAKE HAVASU – The Rock House Recreation Area, visitor center and boat launch, managed by the Bureau of Land Management’s Lake Havasu Field Office will not be available for public use from July 23 to Aug. 1, in order to ensure safety during maintenance and repaving.

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Prolonged drought requires water delivery to remote catchments

 

Water is the essence of life and it’s just as precious for Arizona’s wildlife.

For that reason, the Arizona Game and Fish Department has trucked or airlifted about 600,000 gallons of precious water to catchments throughout the state since January.

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