The Lake Havasu Area Chamber Ambassadors held a ribbon cutting ceremony for New Horizons celebrating 25 years as a chamber member.
New Horizons has been providing service to people with disabilities for 45 years. It offers community integrated activity programs like Lake Havasu’s first Community Garden, built on land donated to New Horizons.
Attending the ceremony from left to right were Ashley Bartosiewicz, Claudia Gonzalez, John Federico, Lindsay Hughes, Dempsey Nail, B.J. Dye, Terry Delia – CEO, Paul Vaughn, John Blosl and Teri Jameson
Cardiologists, orthopedics specialists, neurologists and surgeons to share office space in town to ease access for residents
Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center is announcing a new opportunity for collaboration with hospitals and physicians throughout the region to provide subspecialty care in the local community. This new access to advanced medicine for residents in Laughlin and Bullhead City is an extension of Sunrise Hospital’s longstanding commitment to treating thousands of Mohave County, AZ and Laughlin, NV acutely ill patients at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas.
“By bringing specialized medicine closer to your home, our goal is to augment the expert care provided by primary care physicians, specialists and hospitals in Mohave County and Laughlin while adding a higher level of convenience for local patients,” said Todd P. Sklamberg, CEO of Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center.
The Advanced Medicine Center of Sunrise Hospital opened this spring offering patients local follow-up acute care. Advanced medicine services include cardiovascular services, orthopedics, neurosciences and surgical weight loss.
About Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center and Sunrise Children’s Hospital
As Nevada’s largest acute care facility and Level II Trauma Center, Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center offers high quality, patient-centered healthcare to the residents of southern Nevada, its surrounding region and the millions of visitors that come to Las Vegas. Sunrise Hospital is now home to Nevada’s first and only Joint Commission Accredited Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center. The Heart Center at Sunrise Hospital offers advanced cardiac care and features an Accredited Chest Pain Center. In addition to having the busiest Emergency Department in Nevada, Sunrise Hospital is also home to a County-designated STEMI receiving center.
Located on the same campus is Sunrise Children’s Hospital – Nevada’s largest, most comprehensive children’s hospital and home to the only pediatric open heart surgery program in the state. It features a 24/7/365, dedicated pediatric emergency department.
For more information on Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, visit sunrisehospital.com, follow us on Twitter @SunriseLasVegas and facebook.com/SunriseHospital.
KAMP GIRL POWER is a fun-filled day Saturday, April 28th
KAMP GIRL POWER is a fun-filled day of activities to educate and inspire girls in grades 3 through 7. Sponsored by Soroptimist International of Kingman, the event will take place on Saturday, April 28th, at White Cliffs Middle School, 3550 Prospector Street in Kingman, AZ. SIGN IN/REGISTRATION begins at 8:00 AM. The event takes place from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Entry fee is $5 per registrant if received prior to date of the event. Late registration fee at the door will be $10. Entries are limited so please register as soon as possible.
For entry form pick up locations or for more information, contact…
Kathy Hopper at 928 279-0120.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is still requesting the public’s assistance with any information regarding the disappearance of Jerry and Susan McFalls. The Sheriff’s Office, along with the assistance of the FBI is currently examining evidence and investigating possible leads. If anyone has information regarding the whereabouts of the McFalls, please contact your local law enforcement or the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Detective Division at 1-800-522-4312.
MCSO PRESS RELEASE
February 21, 2018
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Division of Boating Safety conducted a Boating Safety Demonstration for 118 students at the Calvary Academy in Lake Havasu City. These students, in grades kindergarten through 3rd, were shown several pieces of equipment used by deputies to keep our Lake safe. Deputies also spoke with the children about the importance of wearing a life jacket, and being safe around boat propellers. The children were then allowed to sit in the driver’s seat of several patrol vehicles, and experience activating the lights and sirens. Boating season is upon us. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind you to BOAT SAFE, BOAT SMART, BOAT SOBER and WEAR A LIFE JACKET!
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office
Public Information Officer
SPECIAL MCSO PRESS RELEASE
February 20, 2018
PROMOTION AT THE MOHAVE COUNTY DETENTION FACILITY
Sheriff Doug Schuster (far left) and Chief Deputy Dean McKie (far right) congratulate Detention Officers (left to right) Eric Staffon, Stacy Summers and Bryan Traxler, who were recently promoted to Corporal at the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility on February 3rd, 2018.
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office
Public Information Officer
TRANSPORTATION ASSESSMENT SURVEY 2018
Transportation throughout Mohave and La Paz Counties continue to be a main obstacle. The Western Arizona Council of Governments (WACOG) Transportation Department is conducting a survey to learn more about the transportation needs of residents and gaps in current services.
We want to hear your voice in the matter. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey by going to the WACOG FaceBook events page and clicking on the Survey Monkey link or filling out a hard copy in your local community. Everyone in the community is encouraged to participate!
The survey will open February 12th to August 30th
Western Arizona Council of Governments
208 N. 4th Street
Kingman, AZ 86401