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September/October 2018

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In This Issue: Women In Business Special Feature Fashion The Need for Nachos The Cost of Education Wedding What's your EQ? All About Citrus MMA Photo Finish Improving Fuel Economy Spotlight: Four Clovers And so much more!  Pick up your copy or subscribe now!

September/October 2018 Photo Finish

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Monsoon Majesty This remarkable image was shot out off Bison Road, and boy did I have the front row seat that night!! This image was taken using my Canon t5i and my 18-55mm lens. About Matthew Clark Matthew Clark is a nature photographer out of Lake Havasu City, AZ. He mainly shoots storms and lightning, but every now and then you’ll catch him posting s[...]

The Need for Nachos

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Whether it’s a pre-game appetizer or a full-blown meal, a plate of nachos with the full compliment of toppings is truly a sight to behold. Most nachos start with corn tortilla chips—some like thin, others like thick, hearty chips. Next comes the cheese, thick and gooey—enough to cover the chips in a lava flow of cheesy goodness. Finally, the toppings. Pulled[...]

The Cost of Education

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What a difference a few years can have on the dynamics of a school district. Back in November of 2016 newly-hired Superintendent of the Lake Havasu Unified School District #1 Diana Asseier was getting to know her way around the district while anxiously awaiting the outcome of an election that would shape the future of schools in Havasu for many years to come[...]

All About Citrus

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The growing and maintenance of citrus is the number one question asked of the Lake Havasu City Master Gardeners. In fact, it’s so popular that the University of Arizona, along with Mohave County Cooperative Extension, initiated guidelines specifically for Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City regarding the care and maintenance of citrus trees. These guideline[...]

Mixing It Up In the World of MMA

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At 21 years of age, Justin Musgrove has his sights laser-focused on the world of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and his chance to go professional. In his first competitive outing at the Blue Water Casino on May 19, Justin won all three of his rounds in the 170-weight class. Part wrestling, jujitsu, kickboxing, and boxing, the world of MMA is taking off around the [...]

Improving Fuel Economy

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During the summer driving season, gasoline prices seem to go down much slower than they go up. Wouldn’t it be nice to lower your fuel costs and have a little extra cash put away to spend on something you want? Sure it would! Here are a few simple tips to help increase your fuel mileage on any vehicle, no matter what you drive. 1.)  Check your tire pressur[...]

July/August 2018

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In This Issue: Sweet Treats Suit Up Photo Finish Police Explorers Sippin' Into Summer Self Care Legal on the Lake Gardening Lingo Meals on Wheels And so much more!  Pick up your copy or subscribe now!

July/August 2018 Photo Finish

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Setting Sun Catching the sun’s final rays created this beautiful silhouette of a woman on a late afternoon stroll. According to the photographer, “This photo was actually from a spur of the moment photo shoot. My sister-in-law Maribel was my model. She was going thru some old outfits she had made in high school and we both knew this outfit would make for a [...]

Sippin' Into Summer

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Summer is finally here and our local hot spots are also turning up the heat with their signature cocktails. Whether you’re looking to cool down with a mango margarita or quench your thirst with a Summer Breeze, you’re sure to find your favorite taste of summer with one of these delicious drinks.     [...]