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February 21, 2020 - 06:40am
Mohave County 4-H Horse Program will Hold First Horse Show of the Season at the Mojave Crossing Event Center This Weekend
The Fort Mojave Indian Tribe has graciously donated the Mojave Crossing Event Center arena for the use of the Mohave County 4-H horse programsí horse show this weekend. The show is the opening show of the 2020 season featuring a Gymkhana with barrel racing and pole pending. The show takes place tomorrow and is free and open to spectators.

February 21, 2020 - 06:37am
ASU Havasu Campus Director Resigning in June
Heís been there since the beginning but as we all know all good things must come to an end. It was announced that Raymond Van der Riet plans to resign as director of ASU Havasu. Van der Riet has been at ASU Havasu since day one beginning an instructor for organizational leadership. When the founding director, David Young, retired in 2017, Van der Riet took over the position as ASU Havasuís campus director. He has achieved many outstanding accomplishments as director and in 2018, was even awarded the Business and Education Leader of the Year by the Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce. The resignation stems from personal reasons requiring a move back east. The resignation will be effective June 30th.

February 21, 2020 - 06:35am
Bonds Lowered for Suspects Charged in the Arizona's Department of Public Safety's Largest Meth Bust
The bonds have been lowered for two suspects involved in the biggest methamphetamine bust in DPS history. 38 year old Maurius Mason and 52 year old Julie Mason were arrested in late January after a traffic stop in Northern Mohave County turned up 362 pounds of methamphetamine. During a hearing regarding release conditions, the Mohave County attorney expressed several arguments against bond reduction including the fact that Maurius was convicted of first degree murder at the age of 14. The attorney noted the defendants to be flight risks given severe punishment possibilities. Nonetheless the bonds were lowered for both suspects. Maurius is now being held on a $50,000 bond while Julieís bond was lowered to $45,000 both down from $100,000.

February 20, 2020 - 09:25am
London Bridge Closure in Lake Havasu For Last Special Event
This Sunday, the London Bridge, in Lake Havasu, will be temporarily closed for the 9th annual Line Dance on the London Bridge special event, from 2:30 to 3pm. (Clearing od the bridge will begin at 2:15. Turn restrictions at the McCulloch Blvd and Lake Havasu Ave intersections will also be in place. To avoid delays, drivers are encouraged to schedule trips to and from the Island prior to or after the event. (Drivers are advised to exercise addition caution when traveling in the area.)

February 20, 2020 - 09:24am
Lake Havasu Unified School Districts Announces New Superintendent
After months of searching, reviewing applications, and conducting interviews, the Lake Havasu Unified School Districtís Governing Board has announced the districtís new Superintendent. After narrowing the fields down to the final 4 candidates, Rebecca Stone was named the as the new super following a unanimous vote by the board. Stone, from Manassas Virginia, holds a doctorate in education of leadership, a Masterís on school administration, and bachelorís in special education. She has worked in the industry since 1990 as a special education teacher, a principal at three elementary schools, a director of special education, and has been the executive director of student services since 2016. Stone will officially begin duties on July 1st.

February 20, 2020 - 09:09am
Bullhead City Rotary Park MIGHT Be Getting a Dog Beach
Itís been in the talks for some time now and it seems to be getting closer to becoming a reality. Our furry friends may be getting their own beach at Rotary Park in Bullhead City. A section of the rivers shoreline west of the current dog park was recommended by the Parks and Recreation Commission to be designated as a dog beach. The area would be about 200 feet long and 125 feet into the park area which would be fenced off on all sides other that the side facing the river giving dogís park and river access without being considered as running at large. Because the beach isnít included in this yearís budget, according to the parks and recreation superintendent, the work on the project wouldnít begin until the fiscal year of 2020 through 2021 which begins on July 1st.

February 19, 2020 - 05:53am
AARP Offering Smart Driver Safety Class in Laughlin on Thursday
AARP will be conducting a Smart Driver safety class tomorrow at the Regional Government Building on Civic Way in Laughlin starting at noon NV time. Participants will learn new laws and driving strategies while reviewing old ones all in a classroom format. Anyone with a valid driverís license is welcome to take the course, at a cost of $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. To register call 702-850-0875 and leave your name and phone number, the instructor will call to confirm your reservation. Participants are asked to arrive 15 minutes early.

February 19, 2020 - 05:52am
Bullhead City Man Pleads Guilty to Storage Unit Break-ins
A Bullhead City man accused of breaking into and stealing from storage units has pleaded guilty, under a plea deal. 46 year old James Koryta (ko-ree-ta) pleaded guilty to 3 counts of 3rd degree burglary while 5 counts of 3rd degree burglary and misdemeanor criminal damage were dismissed. The incidents occurred in September of 2019 when Koryta and another co-defendant broke into 3 storage units by allegedly cutting the locks. Jewelry, household items and an airplane propeller worth $1,200 were stolen from the units. Under the plea deal, Koryta is facing either probation or up to 7.5 years in prison when sentenced on March 17th.

February 19, 2020 - 05:51am
Trial for Former Lake Havasu City Business Owner Begins Monday
The trial for a former Lake Havasu City business owner is set to begin on Monday. 48 year old Timothy McDonald is accused of defrauding customers through consignment at his former Marine business. According to police, customers saw long delays before receiving payments and others were allegedly never paid at all. His business closed abruptly in 2017 and McDonald seemingly disappeared from the area. He was later located in California and extradited back to Mohave County. McDonald is charged with 14 counts of felony theft and one count of fraud. His trial will begin Monday with no possibility of another continuance.

February 18, 2020 - 08:59am
Bond Lowered for Man Charged with 10 Counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Minor
A $1 million bond has been lowered for a Fort Mohave man accused of hacking a girlís computer and possessing child pornography. In one case, 18 year old Cameron Brush is charged with 2 counts of sexual extortion, 2 counts of computer tampering, sexual exploitation of a minor, and attempted sexual exploitation of minor. He is being held on a $100,000 bond in that case. In a second and newer case, Brush is charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor stemming from several thousand images of child pornography that were allegedly found on his electronic devices. He faces a minimum of 10 years for each count if convicted. For that case the bond was lowered from $1 million to $100,000. A settlement conference is set for March 10th.

February 18, 2020 - 07:58am
Trial Date for Accused Bullhead City Murder Suspect
Both trial dates have been set for a Bullhead City accused murderer charged in two separate cases. 44 Travers Proulx is charged with two counts of threatening or intimidating by domestic violence and first degree murder, in one case, and burglary, vehicle theft, taking the identity of another, and 3 counts of forgery, in a 2nd case. Proulx is accused of stabbing and killing his 74 year old mother, Bette Vaughn, in the early morning of August 11th as she sat at her kitchen table. Vaughnís son alleged that he witnessed the stabbing while her husband claims he saw Proulx standing in the hallway with a bloody knife. In the second case he is accused of attempted to cash forged check which belonged to a deceased person. The trial date for both cases is set for August 3rd with the murder case being tried first.

February 17, 2020 - 09:14am
Today is the Last Day to Register as a Democrat for Arizona's Presidential Preferance Election
Donít forget tomorrow is the deadline to register as a Democrat if you want to participate in Arizonaís Presidential Preference Election. Only members of the Democratic Party will be able to participate in the election. Voter registration information and forms can be downloaded from the Mohave County Website. Voting will take place on March 17th.