LAUGHLIN — The 2018 Democrat Party Caucus will be held Saturday Feb. 24, at Laughlin Junior Senior High School. Doors open at 9 a.m. PST; caucus starts at 10 a.m.
LAUGHLIN — Attending the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards the weekend of Jan. 15 at Camp Pinerock in Arizona proved fruitful for Laughlin students. Several of the students attended a Rotary Club of Laughlin meeting to give a report on how the weekend went for them. It was all positive feedback.
LAUGHLIN — The Colorado River Food Bank received a Health and Human Services grant for the amount of $6,000 from the NV Energy Foundation in January.
LAUGHLIN — How to use funds for the elementary and high school became a lengthy discussion for members of the School Organization Team at their Feb. 1 meeting.
LAUGHLIN — Anyone intending to vote in the primary and general elections needs to be sure to register or have their information updated. There are several opportunities to do so in Laughlin through May 11.
LAUGHLIN — The Cougar wrestlers fought but came up a bit short at the state competition Feb. 9. There weren’t any who placed, but a good effort was put in by all.
PARKER — The Cougar wrestlers are getting some mixed results as they solidify as a team. They win some, they lose some as they keep working their way to the ultimate goal of reaching regionals and state.
LAUGHLIN — The Cougars wrestling team graduated a couple of their best, but are looking forward to their up and coming wrestlers and those who are returning for this winter season. The team will get their start with the first meet at the River Valley Multiple at 3 p.m. today at River Valley.
LAUGHLIN — Boys and girls basketball and the wrestling schedules were recently released.
NEEDLES — Senior Night for the Lady ’Stangs helped pump up a team ready to win and deflate a Laughlin Lady Cougars team seeking to end the season on a high note. The Lady ’Stangs ended up winning the match with a score of: Game 1 25-21, Game 2 29-27 of the first set and Game 1 27-25, Game 2 …
LAUGHLIN — Stuart Rice was visiting Laughlin from his home in Minnesota last week when he picked up a Pot A Gold Stables flyer and decided to go for a trail ride.
BULLHEAD CITY — River Cities Community Theater Players presents “Sugar”, a fun-filled musical comedy based on the film Some Like It Hot, which was nominated for four Tony awards including best musical. The adaptation combines all the zaniness of the movie with 14 jazzy, original songs.
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