Lakes Online » U.S. Lakes » Arizona Lakes » Lake Havasu      Login  |  Home
Advertisement
Lake Havasu News
7/20/2014 12:01:00 AM
Las Vegas Review-Journal
I grew up with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, the architect of the Colorado River’s network of dams and reservoirs that now plumbs societies of 35 million people across the Southwest. My birthplace was the town that built Hoover Dam, Reclamation’s…

7/19/2014 5:39:00 PM
THE YUMA SUN
When a boat sinks to the bottom of the Colorado River, it is imperative to get it out of the water as soon as possible. "It is a navigable water way... so anything in the river channel is a navigational hazard," said Ron Knowlton, owner and operator of…

7/18/2014 3:03:00 PM
azcentral.com
As early as 2017, drought in the Lower Colorado River's watershed could lead to irrigation rationing for central Arizona agriculture. Planners suggest that Arizona's farms irrigated by Bureau of Reclamation reservoirs through Central Arizona Project and…

7/18/2014 10:32:00 AM
Joplin Globe
For the Whiskey Dick's owners, it isn't a matter of what's in a name but more of a place where everybody knows your name. The staff at Glory Days Music have been working their business as usual. Musicians demonstrate guitars, drums and other instruments…

7/18/2014 10:09:00 AM
Joplin Globe
JOPLIN, Mo. — In just three weeks, I'll spend my 50th birthday floating down the Colorado River with 35,000 of my closest friends. Actually, I probably won't know but the couple of people with whom I'll fly west to Bullhead City, Arizona, and Laughlin…

7/18/2014 9:17:00 AM
KEYE TV
A kayaking and camping trip in Webberville on the Colorado River turned into a water rescue for a group of 13 Dallas men. The call for help came in around 6:30 Friday morning, but the Travis County Sheriff’s Office says this scary situation was the…

7/18/2014 9:16:00 AM
Statesman
8:15 a.m. update: Officials confirmed the thirteen campers rescued from an island in the Colorado River were visiting from the Dallas area. This was the third time they visited the Austin area as part of an annual trip, officials said. The campers were…

7/17/2014 7:57:00 PM
Science Codex
Published online 13 May 2014; http://dx.doi.org/10.1130/GES00986.1. Special series: CRevolution 2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II. Unaweep Canyon is the most spectacular example of stream piracy resulting in canyon abandonment in the…

7/17/2014 4:54:00 PM
Water World
The report, titled "The Hardest Working River in the West: Common-Sense Solutions for a Reliable Water Future for the Colorado River Basin," provides a comprehensive package of methods to conserve water. Further, it estimates that 4.4 million acre-feet of…

7/17/2014 1:11:00 PM
Eurek Alert
Published online 13 May 2014; http://dx.doi.org/10.1130/GES00986.1. Special series: CRevolution 2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II. Unaweep Canyon is the most spectacular example of stream piracy resulting in canyon abandonment in the…

7/17/2014 10:00:00 AM
StreetInsider
New analysis identifies water savings that could meet all urban and rural water supply needs through 2060 while protecting agriculture, the economy and the environment, even in drought years DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- American Rivers and Western Resource…

7/16/2014 11:06:00 AM
Statesman
The slow-moving, six mile stretch of river - which starts at Fisherman’s Park in Bastrop and ends at the Colorado River Refuge in Tahitian Village - is scheduled for a community, litter-removing overhaul on Sunday, July 20. “The Colorado River is one…

7/16/2014 9:48:00 AM
Post Independent
It’s almost time for football training camps, so here’s a gridiron analogy for Colorado River water policy watchers: Western Colorado is defending two end zones. One is the Colorado River. The other is agriculture. The West Slope team has to make a big…

7/16/2014 4:56:00 AM
Mohave Daily News
BULLHEAD CITY — Nearly 170 children between the ages of 5 and 9 are spending four days this week learning how to be safe in and around the water, thanks to a ZAC Foundation Grant awarded to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River. “It’s a…

7/16/2014 4:48:00 AM
USA Today
The San Francisco Bay Area and cities in Southern California that tap the Colorado River reduced their use by 5%. Sacramento River communities cut their consumption the most over the past year: 13%…

7/16/2014 4:08:00 AM
The Bulletin
For miles along the banks of the Colorado River, hundreds of once hardy tamarisk trees — also known as salt cedars — are gray and withered. Their parched branches look like victims of fire or drought. But this is not the story of beloved trees being…

7/15/2014 1:02:00 AM
New York Times
For miles along the banks of the Colorado River, hundreds of once hardy tamarisk trees — also known as salt cedars — are gray and withered. Their parched branches look like victims of fire or drought. But this is not the story of beloved trees being…

7/14/2014 8:47:00 PM
Grist
Water levels in Lake Mead, the nation’s largest reservoir, have fallen to a point not seen since the reservoir was created during the 1930s to store water from the Colorado River. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the surface of the reservoir…

7/14/2014 8:43:00 PM
KSL
Like Bear Lake, the time you spend kayaking at Utah Lake will depend on you. The Colorado River provides both white water kayaking and calm water kayaking. You can bring your own canoe or kayak or you can arrange to rent one from many of the outfitters…

7/14/2014 10:44:00 AM
KSL
Like Bear Lake, the time you spend kayaking at Utah Lake will depend on you. The Colorado River provides both white water kayaking and calm water kayaking. You can bring your own canoe or kayak or you can arrange to rent one from many of the outfitters…

7/14/2014 9:00:00 AM
Fence Post
Though Colorado River Basin water users strongly urge against any new trans-mountain diversions to the East Slope as part of a draft plan for the basin released last week, a key part of the process to create a state water plan recognizes a need to…

7/13/2014 11:41:00 PM
kiowacountysignal.com
But this dam column is one of the scariest dam columns I have ever had to write. The Hoover Dam has done a great job of restricting the flow of the Colorado River to create Lake Mead – a 112-mile long reservoir that is visible from space. But that…

7/12/2014 11:53:00 PM
KQED
For a few weeks this spring, the Colorado River flowed all the way to the sea for the first time in a half a century. And during that window of opportunity, writer Rowan Jacobsen took the paddleboarding trip of a lifetime. The river starts in the Rocky…

7/12/2014 3:44:00 PM
azcentral.com
The body of a man found in the Colorado River has been positively identified as that of a Phoenix man who went missing in late June, according to Grand Canyon officials. The body of Victor Tseng, 68, was recovered from the Colorado River in Grand Canyon…

7/12/2014 2:14:00 PM
NPR News
Audio for this story from All Things Considered will be available at approximately 7:00 p.m. ET. For a few weeks this spring, the Colorado River flowed all the way to the sea for the first time in a half a century. And during that window of opportunity…

7/12/2014 1:00:00 AM
AccuWeather
The Colorado River serves as one of the most vital water sources in the United States, providing water to nearly 40 million people in the West. Numerous resources are dependent on the river, which has been under drought conditions since 2000. According to…

7/11/2014 8:22:00 PM
National Geographic
When residents in Denver, Colorado Springs and other cities on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains turn on their sprinklers to irrigate lawns, they rarely think about the fate of fish in the headwaters of the Colorado River on the other side of the…

7/11/2014 7:27:00 PM
MyFox Phoenix
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. (AP) - A body found in the Colorado River has been identified as a Phoenix man reported missing last month on a commercial rafting trip in Grand Canyon National Park. Park officials announced Friday that the Coconino…

7/11/2014 5:50:00 PM
AZFamily
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. (AP) -- A body found in the Colorado River has been identified as a Phoenix man reported missing last month on a commercial rafting trip in Grand Canyon National Park. Park officials announced Friday that the Coconino…

7/11/2014 12:29:00 PM
Discover Magazine
All told, 40 million people in seven states depend on water from the Colorado River Basin. Lake Mead is the giant hydrological savings bank that supplies water to the three lower basin states: Arizona, Nevada and California. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation…

7/11/2014 7:47:00 AM
local.msn.com
The Colorado River serves as one of the most vital water sources in the United States, providing water to nearly 40 million people in the West. Numerous resources are dependent on the river, which has been under drought conditions since 2000. According to…

7/11/2014 5:20:00 AM
USA Today
10 best U.S. monuments and landmarks Monument Valley, on the Navajo Tribal Reservation in Arizona, has iconic western scenery like the Grand Falls of the Little Colorado River. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat…

7/10/2014 6:23:00 PM
High County News
It's the latest indication of a worrisome trend affecting the Colorado River Basin: an unholy mix of drought exacerbated by climate change and increasing water use that’s leaving 40 million people who depend on the river for their drinking water and an…

7/10/2014 2:09:00 PM
Circle of Blue
The effects of lingering drought, and the unrelenting demand for water from farmers, cities, and energy producers converged today at Lake Mead, which drained to its lowest level since 1937 when the Hoover Dam closed off the Colorado River to begin filling…

7/10/2014 12:35:00 PM
High County News
It's the latest indication of a worrisome trend affecting the Colorado River Basin: an unholy mix of drought exacerbated by climate change and increasing water use that’s leaving 40 million people who depend on the river for their drinking water and an…

7/9/2014 10:09:00 PM
Worthy News
The drought in the southwest will drop the water levels of Lake Mead to levels not seen since the 1930's when the Hoover Dam stopped the flow of the Colorado River filling the reservoir. The projected lake level of about 1,080 feet above sea level will be…

7/9/2014 9:31:00 PM
Deseret News
A Moab man admitted in federal court Wednesday to taking a fossilized dinosaur footprint from public land and later throwing it into the Colorado River. SALT LAKE CITY — A Moab man admitted in federal court Wednesday to taking a fossilized dinosaur…

7/9/2014 7:19:00 PM
KSL
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A 35-year-old Moab man accused of stealing a fossilized dinosaur footprint admitted in federal court Wednesday to stealing the fossil and throwing it in the Colorado River. In exchange for Jared Ehlers pleading guilty to one count…

7/9/2014 4:12:00 PM
Parker Live
Why do thousands each year visit this 11-mile stretch of the Colorado River?Boats, beverages, and bikinis; three things that you’ll find in abundance on the Parker Strip every summer. The Parker Strip is an 11-mile section of the Colorado River between…

7/9/2014 1:17:00 PM
Blog Vegas
Starting at the base of the Hoover Dam, the crystal-clear water of this 30-mile trail flows along the Colorado River, ending at the historic Eldorado Canyon on Lake Mohave. It’s a popular spot among outdoor enthusiasts for recreational activities like…

News at Nearby Lakes

Willow Lake News
21 miles
Alamo Lake News
49 miles
Lake Mohave News
65 miles
Martinez Lake News
104 miles
Lake Mead News
112 miles
Watson Lake News
112 miles
Salton Sea News
117 miles
Lake Pleasant News
127 miles

Quick Links
Lake Havasu News
Lake Havasu Photos
Lake Havasu Videos

About Us
Contact Us
Site Map
Search Site
Advertise With Us
   
Havasu.LakesOnline.com
THE LAKE HAVASU WEBSITE

Copyright 2014, Lakes Online
Privacy    |    Legal