Lake Havasu City has been a Vietnam War Commemorative Partner since 2013.
Lake Havasu City is proud to honor our Vietnam Veterans with an open invitation to all veterans and their families to attend the Vietnam Veterans’ Breakfast, Wednesday, March 29, 2017, from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Aquatic/Community Center.
Ceremony begins promptly at 6:45am with a presentation of “Colors” by the Marine Corps League.
This City event, hosted by the community for the community, provides a comfortable atmosphere to share a traditional pancake breakfast with fellow veterans. This City event is also sponsored by various veteran organizations, and is produced by many volunteers. The breakfast is free to all veterans and their families.
Don’t Get Fouled by Ticket Scams During March Madness
(Lake Havasu City, AZ – March 16, 2017) Large sporting events, such as March Madness, draw massive crowds with consumers looking to score a ticket to their favorite game. Considering the high desirability of these tickets, fans will often have to resort to the secondary resale market. Scammers take advantage of fans looking for great deals by capitalizing on tickets that may not even exist. Before printing brackets and mapping out a schedule, know what to look for when purchasing highly desirable tickets. Better Business Bureau (BBB) offers tips to avoid buying fake tickets and missing out on a great game.
To avoid ticket scams during March Madness, BBB shares tips for buying tickets:
Consider the source. Know the difference between a professional ticket broker (a legitimate and accredited reseller), a ticket scalper (an unregulated and unlicensed ticket seller), and a scammer selling fraudulent tickets.
Buy from secure sites. Use secure sites such as StubHub.com, SeatGeek and Vivid Seats for second-hand purchases. When buying online, look for the lock symbol and/or an “s” in “https:” to make sure a secure connection is in place before sharing payment information. Don’t click on email links or online ads, as scammers often create web sites that look very similar to well-known companies.
Know the refund policy. Understand the terms and conditions of the ticket seller. Sellers should disclose seat numbers and reference a seating chart. If tickets are not available immediately, seller should state an exact date and time when they will be shipped or ready for pickup.
Use a credit card. If possible, use a credit card to purchase tickets. Most credit cards offer additional protection and recourse should there be a problem with a purchase. Wire transfers and cash purchases are hard to track and recover if tickets turn out to be fraudulent.
Don’t fall for flashy ads. Online searches will likely result in advertisements for cheap tickets. Use good judgment; some ads might be scams, particularly if prices are extremely low.
Verify tickets. For peace of mind, verify tickets before purchasing. Visit the arena where the event will be held and present tickets at “Will Call” (customer service) where they will be able to verify legitimacy.
When looking for trusted ticket sellers, visit bbb.org. In Arizona, there are seven BBB Accredited providers ready to help you find tickets.
NOTE: The National Association of Ticket Brokers is a BBB National Partner. We thank them for their assistance with this tip.
Celebrating a legend: Bob’s Birthday Breakfast set for March 25
A pancake breakfast to celebrate the 106 th birthday of Robert P. McCulloch, the founder of Lake Havasu City, is planned for March 25. Although McCulloch’s birthday is actually in May, he shouldn’t mind celebrating during a cooler time of the year.
The breakfast is from beginning at 8 a.m. in the parking lot of the Lake Havasu Museum of History, 320 London Bridge Road. Donations will be accepted to cover breakfast. In addition to pancakes, there will be mimosas, cake, a poker game and trivia.
A new attraction at the breakfast – a Museum Mystery Sale – has been added this year.
The museum is cleaning out its back room to gain some space and items suitable for sale will be offered to breakfast attendees.
McCulloch’s J2 Gyroplane will be on site for photo opportunities.
Bob’s Birthday Breakfast offers an opportunity not only to enjoy a pancake breakfast, but to also learn more about the amazing man who built Lake Havasu City from 26 square miles of barren desert. Admission to the museum is free during the breakfast.
Arizona’s largest country music festival is pulling out all the stops. With a lineup of showstoppers such as Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Chris Young, Thomas Rhett, and much more, this is a weekend that no true country fan would want to miss. That’s why KJJJ Nash 102.3 and our awesome sponsors are helping you get there! You have a chance to win a pair of four-day passes. Each community gets a guaranteed winner! Entry Locations are listed below
Entry Locations in Lake Havasu City:
Mohave State Bank 1771 McCulloch Blvd N, Lake Havasu City, AZ and 1021 N Lake Havasu Ave, Lake Havasu City, AZ
Mohave State Bank 3737 Stockton Hill Rd, Kingman, AZ and 2202 Hualapai Mountain Rd, Kingman, AZ
Rules and Restrictions: Open to all persons 21 and older. No purchase necessary. One entry per person, per location, per day. Taxes if any are the responsibility of the winner. Prizes cannot be substituted for any other prize or cash. Employees of sponsoring radio station(s) are ineligible. Employees of participating businesses are eligible only at businesses they are NOT employed. Entry deadline is Friday March 31, 2017 at 12:00PM. Winners will be notified March 31, 2017 by 5PM. Winners will be called at number given on entry slip and will be notified where to pick up their winning prize by the next business day. April 5, 2017 at 5PM will be the final day for winners to claim their prize. All entries give Radio Central, included but not limited to radio stations KJJJ, KNTR Talk, KVYL, and KNTR Sports, permission to use their names, photos, or likenesses. All decisions of Radio Central and our management are final. List of winners will be made available on our website WWW.KJJJFM.com including all related social media platforms or at 1845 McCulloch Boulevard, Suite A-14, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, during regular business hours (8AM-5PM Monday thru Friday). Questions regarding rules and contest contact Radio Central (928)855-9336.
BULLHEAD CITY, AZ, March 6, 2017 – The City of Bullhead City Public Works Department has the following projects going on in addition to regular work around our city during the week of March 6:
City crews performing clean up at Rotary Park baseball tri-plex.
City crews will be slurry sealing a variety of streets within the City. Please see official NSIP 28 Press Release for more details.
RTR Paving & Resurfacing will be doing roadway and drainage work along Gold Rush Road, Black Mountain Road, and Arcadia Blvd. between the southern edge of Riverview RV Resort and North Oatman Road. Please follow all traffic control through the construction zone.
City crews will be performing city wide sewer cleaning in various neighborhoods.
McCormick Construction will be doing roadway and drainage work along Riverview Drive between Highway 95 and Balboa. Please follow all traffic control through the construction zone.
City crews will be performing city wide sewer video inspection.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Substation in Lake Havasu City was paid a special visit recently by Russell Larsen and Tania Spencer from Wells Fargo Bank when they provided lunch for the Sheriff’s Office staff. The money for the lunch was raised from employee donations at their main branch in Lake Havasu City. Sergeant John Kole said, “It’s especially nice to see appreciation towards public safety and law enforcement. For the employees of Wells Fargo to donate their own money to show appreciation for us, m
Matthew Norsworthy and Peter Taylor both started their career with the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office in 2010 as Detention Officers. Norsworthy was promoted to Corporal in 2013 while Taylor was promoted to Corporal in 2014.
Sheriff Doug Schuster presented members of the Mohave County Sheriff’s Waterways deputies with “Lifesaving Awards” on Tuesday, February 21st, during the board of supervisors meeting in Kingman. Undersheriff Ed Trafecanty, Deputy Kyler Cox and Volunteer Boating Safety Officer Vincent Beltran were awarded with these prestigious awards stemming from an accident on Lake Havasu last September where an 18-month-old girl was rescued from a capsized boat. The arriving team located, rescued and initiated CPR on the girl. The girl has fully recovered since that horrific day.
BBB Names 2017 Board, Adds Four New Business Leaders
(Lake Havasu City, Arizona – February 15, 2017) Better Business Bureau Serving Central, Northern and Western Arizona (BBB) welcomes new industry expertise to its 2017 board of directors ranging from law enforcement and security to commercial cleaning and health and wellness.
David Lorenz, vice president and commercial relationship manager with First Fidelity Bank is BBB’s 2017 chairman, while Ken Bonham, partner at Lucid Agency, serves as vice chair. Mike Bontrager with Adolfson & Peterson Construction, Carrie Young with SRP and Gary Sneed with Desert Schools Federal Credit Union complete the board’s executive committee.
“Thanks to strong board leadership, our BBB relocated to a 30,000 foot campus in Central Phoenix last February. In the last year, we’ve become a meeting destination for local businesses and have created nearly 40 new jobs,” BBB President/CEO Matthew Fehling said. “I could not ask for a more engaged group of professions to help BBB ‘move the needle.”
Additionally, four Arizona business leaders join the 33-person, nonprofit board bringing diverse industry expertise. New BBB board directors include:
Kim Anderson-Matich, CEO, Anderson Security Agency, Ltd.
Michael Kurtenbach, Executive Assistant Chief, Phoenix Police Department
Cheryl Lewis, Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Isagenix
Chris Sharfner, Owner, C & J Professional Cleaning Services
“It is a highlight of my professional career to serve as board chairman for the Greater Arizona Better Business Bureau in 2017. Matthew Fehling is an empowering leader surrounded by a staff of uniquely talented, hardworking team members. Likewise, BBB is supported by a board of experienced Arizona business leaders who really care to make a difference for consumers and businesses in the community,” Lorenz said.
About Better Business Bureau Serving Central, Northern & Western Arizona
For more than 100 years, Better Business Bureau (BBB) has been helping people find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. In 2016, people turned to BBB more than 172 million times for BBB Business Reviews on more than 5.3 million businesses and 11,000 charities, all available free at bbb.org. Incorporated locally in 1938, BBB serving Central, Northern and Western Arizona serves 10 counties through its campuses in Phoenix, Lake Havasu City, Prescott and Yuma, supported by over 11,300 BBB Accredited Businesses. Businesses that earn BBB Accreditation contractually agree and adhere to high standards of ethical business practices. BBB provides objective advice, free business reviews and charity reports, and educational information on topics affecting marketplace trust.
Mohave Silent Witness is offering up to $750 reward for information in identifying this unknown female subject and/or any suspect information. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Detective John Goodwin at Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at (928) 753-0753 or Silent Witness at (888) 227-8780.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Death Investigation/Possible Homicide of an unknown female who was located on north Highway 93 between Kingman, Arizona and the Hoover Dam. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your assistance in identifying the subject, See below for details:
African/American or Biracial female, black/dark brown hair, between the ages of 13 to 17, approximately 5 ft 7 inches tall, between 105 and 130 lbs, pierced ears, no scars or tattoos were noted.
Due to exposure and decomposition no photo was obtained. The body was discovered on 09-28-16 and estimation of exposure time was one to two weeks. Dental records were obtained and are being uploaded into the National database. DNA samples were obtained and are being processed for profile.
Attached are reconstruction images from the Nation Center for Missing and Exploited Children and a Reconstructionist from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations. These images are reconstructions and may only resemble the true image.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating leads with the assistance of NCMEC and agencies from Nevada and California.
At this time, the Mohave County Medical Examiner has been unable to determine cause of death.
If you have any information please contact Det. John Goodwin or the Detective Division at the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at 928-753-0753 ext. 4288.
ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE ISSUED 9/29/16
DEATH INVESTIGATION – NORTH OF DOLAN SPRINGS
Mohave County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating the death of a female subject located off the roadway of Highway 93 north of Dolan Springs. Early Wednesday (9/28) evening, at about 5:27 p.m., deputies responded to the scene. Upon arrival, deputies contacted the reporting party. The RP advised that he and his wife were hiking in the area when they came across a body in a ravine.
The Medical Examiner responded and conveyed the body. The deceased subject is a young African American female approximate height 5’05” between 110 to 120 pounds with dark hair. This investigation continues and autopsy results are pending.
Anyone with information on a missing person matching this description is asked to contact the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at (928) 753-0753 or Silent Witness at (928) 753-1234.