Weekend Programming Change Coming Soon

  Effective Saturday, January 6th

  Watchdog on Wall Street Radio Show with Christopher Markowski is replacing Business Rockstars Weekend (BRS Daily is not Affected) on Saturdays from 5 am – 7 am ET,  and  An Economy of One on Sundays from        6 pm – 7 pm ET.  There will  be a clock change.

About the Show:

For more than 15 years, Chris Markowski has imbued his vision of honesty and equality in hosting The Watchdog On Wall Street radio showEach week, Chris explains the news coming out of the complex worlds of finance, economics and politics and the impact it will have on everyday Americans.  It’s not just another weekend finance show, WatchDog On Wall Street was inspired by a life changing experience.  Christopher dedicated himself to making sure Americans received the truth regarding what was really happening behind the scenes on Wall Street; not the fabrications and half-truths that the big firms and CNBC were churning out on a daily basis.  Christopher’s task in “analyzing the analysts” has made him the chief thorn in the side of the Wall Street elite.

Never afraid to take on a giant, Christopher has gone head to head with the large brokerage houses, the dot-com scams, Enron, WorldCom and corrupt politicians. He has warned America about the largest scandals and corruption years before they made headlines. Always fighting against the lies, greed and manipulation that scarred him, The Watchdog on Wall Street has one concern, one focus only; to serve the individual investor.

About the Host:

Christopher was born and raised in upstate New York, far removed from the hustle and bustle of New York City, is the unlikely starting point for one of Wall Street’s most sincere and unique individuals. Christopher Markowski has carried the titles of author, investment banker, equity analyst, muckraker, all around trouble-maker, and most importantly consumer advocate.

He is the founder of the financial planning firm Markowski Investments, an institution that provides the highest level of financial planning to all people regardless of their net-worth.

LHC City Manager Charlie Cassens’ Retirement Open House

LHC City Manager Charlie Cassens’ Retirement Open House

The Lake Havasu City community is invited to wish outgoing city manager Charlie Cassens a happy retirement at a public open house celebration on December 20 from 1:30pm to 3:00 p.m., in the lobby at City Hall, located at 2330 McCulloch Boulevard North.

Cassens announced in May that he would retire effective December 29, 2017, after serving 38 years in the public sector. Prior to Cassens’ appointment as City Manager in 2010, he served as the City’s Public Information Officer from 2001 to 2005 and Intergovernmental and Communications Affairs Manager until he was appointed Interim City Manager in October 2009.

Please stop by and wish Charlie a fond farewell and enjoy light refreshments. No RSVP is required for the informal drop-in event.

For more information, please contact the Mayor’s office at 928-453-4152.

15th Annual Free Community Dinner

15th Annual Free Community Dinner

The entire community is cordially invited to attend the 15th Annual Free Community Dinner next Friday, December 15 at the Aquatic/Community Center. This year the team is offering two different serving times to accommodate more guests: Early Bird Seating at 4:00pm, (doors open at 3:30) and the 2nd Seating at 6:00pm, (doors open at 5:45). Both servings are first come, first serve up to 500 people per seating.

This dinner, hosted by the community for the community, provides a relaxed atmosphere to share a traditional holiday feast with family, friends, neighbors, and anyone who just wants a dose of great community spirit. Thanks to numerous volunteers, donors, and local business sponsors, this event continues to grow year after year.

The turkeys, donated by Interagency Council, will be prepared by The Golden Corral, and the traditional holiday feast will be prepared by professional Shamrock Chefs and W.A.V.E. Culinary students and includes ham, potatoes and gravy, stuffing, dinner rolls, vegetables, and choice of pie for dessert.

Santa will make a special appearance again this year at both seatings and Picture Perfect Photography, sponsored by Anderson Auto Group, will be on site for both seatings to take one 5×7 portrait for individuals and families to take home for free.

For more information, please contact the Aquatic/Community Center office at 928-453-8686.

Aquarius Team Members Wear R.E.D. To Support U.S. Servicemen and Servicewomen Deployed Overseas

Aquarius Raises $6,138 for Remembering Everyone Deployed 

LAUGHLIN, NEV. – December 4, 2017 – Aquarius Casino Resort Team Members helped to paint the river R.E.D. on Friday, November 10 in support of our military members, past and present by wearing their R.E.D. (Remember Everyone Deployed) T-shirts. The mission of RedShirtFridays.org, a non-political organization dedicated to honoring our nation’s men and women serving our country overseas.

Team Members were given the opportunity to donate $5 and receive a R.E.D. T-shirt to wear at work during the “Casual for a Cause” Friday. At the conclusion of the fundraiser, Aquarius Team Members presented a $4,315 check to board members of the Tri-State Military Moms, Inc. representing 100% of the proceeds raised.  Plus an additional, $1,823, for a total of $6,138, was given to the Moms from the additional sales that continued through Veterans Day weekend.

“Aquarius Casino Resort has the best team members that enjoy helping in every way possible.” said Aquarius General Manager Sean Hammond. “And what better cause than our Military Moms!”

All proceeds were donated to the Tri-State Military Moms, a local nonprofit organization that sends care packages to U.S. troops deployed overseas. The organization is also responsible for displaying all the banners on Highway 95 in Bullhead City, Arizona, showing the sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, grandsons, granddaughters, and all family members that are currently serving our country.  They also organize coming home celebrations for our returning service members. 

“The Tri-State Military Moms consider the Aquarius Team members as taking hospitality to another level…Ambassadors of their organization, with a passion for giving, far beyond their work assignments.

They may never know the military service member who receives a package from home due to their generosity and support, or that family who has a sponsored banner on our “Heroes Highway”, but we have seen and heard the impact from so many of our military and their families who are the recipients of their generosity.  We are so humbled and grateful to Sean Hammond, his team, and all the people who contribute to the ongoing promotion of wearing R.E.D each Friday!” said Cindy Frizelle, President Tri-State Military Moms, Inc.

The R.E.D. T-shirt, Red Shirt Friday’s concept is part of the ongoing mission of RedShirtFridays.org and its founder Lloyd (Doc) Hofmeister, a U.S. military veteran.

For additional information about Aquarius Casino Resort, including reservation information, visit AquariusCasinoResort.com. Aquarius is owned by Golden Entertainment, Inc. 

 PHOTO CAPTION:

Presenting the $4,315 check, along with Team Members of Aquarius Casino Resort (left to right) Susan Olvera Tri-State Military Moms Secretary; Lisa Conkey Marine Veteran Mom; Sue Trani Tri State Military Moms Treasurer; Beth Richardson, Tri-State Military Moms Vice President ; Cindy Frizelle, Tri-State Military Moms President; Gloria Salazar Gold Star Mother; Clarissa Sanchez Blue Star Mother.  Proceeds were raised with Aquarius Team Members’ $5 donations to receive a R.E.D. T-shirt and wear it to work for “Casual for a Cause” on Friday, November 10, 2017. 

About Aquarius Casino Resort:

Aquarius Casino Resort is the largest 24-hour gaming resort in Laughlin providing 1,906 rooms and suites and a 57,000-square-foot casino offering 1,250 state-of-the-art slot machines, the widest vahiriety of favorite table games, and an all new non-smoking race and sportsbook. The Aquarius Casino Resort offers multiple amenities including restaurants to serve every taste from fine dining to casual dining – For more information, please call (800) 662-5825 or (702) 298-5111. For further information visit www.AquariusCasinoResort.com and check out the Special Offers.

About Golden Entertainment, Inc.

Golden Entertainment, Inc. owns and operates gaming properties across two divisions – resort and casino operations and distributed gaming. The Company operates approximately 16,000 gaming devices, 114 table games, 5,162 hotel rooms, and provides jobs for more than 7,200 team members. Golden Entertainment owns eight casino resorts – seven in Southern Nevada and one in Maryland. Through its distributed gaming business in Nevada and Montana, Golden Entertainment operates video gaming devices at nearly 1,000 locations and owns nearly 60 traditional taverns in Nevada. The Company is licensed in Illinois to operate video gaming terminals. Golden Entertainment is focused on maximizing the value of its portfolio by leveraging its scale, leadership position and proven management capabilities across its two divisions. For more information, visit www.goldenent.com.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

For Aquarius Casino Resort:
Cris Robinson
(702) 298-5163
Cris.Robinson@theaquarius.com

For Golden Entertainment:

Howard Stutz
(702) 495-4490
hstutz@goldenent.com

Christmas Tree Lane 2017 Map

Bailey’s Paradise
Light It Up!
2037 Chip Drive
Cross street:  Lake Havasu Avenue 
K&H
Lollypop Christmas
2050 Mimosa Drive
Cross street:  Riviera or Acoma
Chad Chadwick
Christmas Giving in Desert Hills
3121 Michael Drive
Cross Street:  Pero
The Ruffinis
Keep Christ in Christmas
2701 Cisco Drive North
Cross Street:  Smoketree 
Chris Boyd
Winterness on Inverness
2773 Inverness Drive
Cross street:  Glengarry Drive
Danielson Family
Christmas Sparkles
3169 El Dorado Avenue North
Cross street:  Bermuda
Alex & Sara Dennen
Traditional Christmas Lights
3099 Saratoga Avenue
Cross street:  Jamaica 
McKellen Feldman
Christmas Lights
2640 Paseo Dorado
Cross Street:  Edgewood Street
Tommy & Ana Milligan
Angel’s Among Us
665 Aloha Drive
Cross Street:  Chemehuevi  Boulevard
Christopher Zickefoose
Winter
3421 Oro Grande Boulevard
Cross Street:  Buena Vista 
Jodi & Tom Krechmeier
Mickey’s Candy Cane Lane
710 Thunderbolt Avenue
Cross Street:  Star
Leroy & Joyce Sayre
To Grandma’s House We Go
2545 Ascot Drive
Cross Street:  Empress Drive
Pauline Scott
The Snowman’s Family
2555 Castaway Drive
Cross Street:  Acoma 
Mr. & Mrs. Erickson
Christmas Movies
3334 Thunderbird Drive
Cross Street:  Saratoga
Doug Mason
The Same But Different
3581 El Ray/3581 El Toro
Cross Street:  Jamaica
Jerry Burd
Christmas Fun
2910 Indian Land Drive
Cross Street:  Pony 
The Sparks
Sparks Wonderland
1535 McCulloch Court
Cross street:  McCulloch South Side
Magic Lights to Music
3351 Kicking Horse Drive
Cross Street:  South Palo Verde Boulevard
Tami LaVelke
Lights Around the Corner
4032 North Star Drive
Cross Street:  McCulloch

LHCPD Awarded Governor’s Office Of Highway Safety Grant

LHCPD Awarded Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Grant

The Lake Havasu City Police Department was awarded a $20,000 grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) to be used for conducting DUI enforcement operations for the 2017-2018 federal fiscal year, which runs from October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018.  This grant provides the Lake Havasu City Police Department the ability to increase DUI enforcement capabilities by assigning personnel on overtime to concentrate on DUI enforcement activities.

This grant is being used mainly during holiday weekends, to concentrate on DUI enforcement in an effort to remove or deter impaired drivers from being on the roadway. This makes driving safer for all motorists.

As part of the grant safety contract, the police department is required to maintain and submit statistics to the GOHS on a regular basis.

Public Information Officer:  Sergeant Tom Gray (928) 855-1171

Annual Christmas Tree Lane Home Display Tour Registration

Be a part of this year’s Christmas tree lane home display Tour! Register your address so the entire community can drive past to admire your Christmas display and say “Thank you” for the time and effort you spent decorating your home.

This year your display will be judged by the London Bridge Resort and your chance to win 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place based on décor. Prizes include a Staycation at the London Bridge Resort and dinner certificates at Martini Bay.

Registration Deadline is December 1, 2017. Name, addresses, also a map will be published in the local newspaper, the White Sheet, RiverScene Magazine, KJJJ, KNTR Talk, and KNTR Sports websites by December 15th. Decorations must be displayed December 10 – December 31, 2017. Contact Radio Central for more details at 928-855-9336.

Click the link below to sign up and email the completed form to traceye@myradiocentral.com

Annual Christmas Tree Lane ENTRY 2017

Avoid A Spooktacular Shopping Trick This Halloween

 

Avoid A Spooktacular Shopping Trick This Halloween

(Mohave, AZ – October 18, 2017) With only a few weeks to Halloween, stores and websites offering costumes, decorations and more seem to be popping up overnight. Better Business Bureau (BBB) advises shoppers to do some research before making a purchase online or in-store.

According to the National Retail Federation, Halloween spending is expected to reach a record $9.1 billion this year, up 8.3 percent from last year’s record of $8.4 million.

Scammers will try to cash in on this trend and to help avoid chilling cons, BBB is offering five tips:

  1. Research the company: Check out the business at org to view its Business Profile and read what consumers have shared about their experience.
  2. Double check the site’s security: Only provide credit card information on secure sites. Look for the prefix “https://” in the URL box listing the website’s address to be ensure the site is secure.
  3. Ask questions at seasonal stores: If buying from a seasonal store, ask if it will be open after Halloween and if returns will be accepted. If not, consider taking more time to be sure the item is exactly what you want before making the purchase.
  4. Consider the pros and cons of renting vs. buying: Renting a costume that will be worn only once might be a good alternative to buying. While renting may be a smart way to get a great costume at a good price, keep in mind the item is used. Pay close attention to the condition of the costume before checking out to ensure you are not responsible for previous damage.
  5. Understand the return policy: Know the store’s refund and return policies before buying. For online orders, federal law requires goods and services be delivered within 30 days, unless a different delivery period is specifically stated by the merchant.

For more information you can trust, visit BBB.org.

BBB.ORG

For more information, or to schedule an interview with a BBB spokesperson, please contact Debi Pennington at 928-302-3701 or dpennington@arizonabbb.org.

About Better Business Bureau Serving Central, Northern & Western Arizona

BBB is an unbiased organization that sets and upholds high standards for fair and honest business behavior. In 2014, people turned to BBB more than 165 million times for BBB Business Reviews® on more than 4.7 million businesses and 11,000 charities, all available free at bbb.org.  Incorporated locally in 1938, BBB serving Central, Northern and Western Arizona is supported by over 11,400 BBB Accredited Businesses. Businesses that earn BBB Accreditation contractually agree and adhere to the organization’s high standards of ethical business behavior. BBB provides objective advice, free business reviews and charity reports, and educational information on topics affecting marketplace trust.

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