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Shane Miller on off-road trail closures

Shane Miller of Parker 4-Wheelers stops by KLPZ 1380am to talk about why he’s encouraging letter-writing to BLM during the public comment period on its proposed closure of some off-road trails near Lake Havasu City, and why he’s encouraging people to support the proposed Map D. Watch the segment below (click the SMALL play button at the bottom to stay …

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Black bear in Havasu

Arizona Game and Fish confirms the reports of a black bear in Lake Havasu City. The News-Herald reports: Authorities were playing a waiting game Sunday after confirming the report of a black bear near the south boat launch ramp at Lake Havasu State Park. “There is a black bear in the park,” said Dee Pfleger, Arizona Game and Fish Department …

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Power outage upriver

Power lost to some APS customers around 6 p.m. No word from APS on a timescale for reconnection. ——- Restored 8:19 p.m.

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Third Comment Writing Workshop Scheduled

More From Shane Miller, Parker 4-Wheelers, Secretary: Havasu desperately needs the ATV, motorcycle & side by side community to unite and map their trails (routes) The off road community is supporting Map D due to it having less closures. Map C is the preferred map of the BLM, THIS MAP CLOSES 75% OF THE TRAILS. Route closures=Closed Desert. This will …

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Broncs win…

…for a second straight week. Last week, Parker beat Santa Cruz 33 – 6. This week, the Broncs put the hurt on Sedona 41 – 13. How long will the winning streak last? Listen to live coverage with Randy Hartless and Brad Sale next Friday night on 1380am to find out.

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Red Ribbon Week Meeting

A big thank you to everyone who has worked so hard to ensure this Red Ribbon Week will be an amazing one.  We’ve had such great turnouts at the planning meetings so far and plenty of people are working in between to make things come together.  We appreciate all of you 🙂 There is still much to be done though.  …

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“Nearly 100 people” show to write letters to BLM

Last night’s meeting organized by Shane Miller of the Parker 4 Wheelers at Schlotzsky’s in Lake Havasu City was attended by almost 100 people, according to various people who were there. The meeting was billed as a letter-writing workshop, a way to use the Bureau of Land Management’s current ‘public comment period’ to assert a strong public opposition to the …

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Parker flu shots Thursday

La Paz County Health Department has scheduled the Parker Adult Flu Clinic. The influenza vaccine will be given at the Parker High School Multipurpose room on Thursday, September 23, 2010 from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. A ten dollar donation for the influenza vaccine is appreciated for the adult vaccine. There is very little wait time with the Health Department influenza vaccine …

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Christmas for the Troops Situation Briefing Afghanistan

I requested a situation status on Forward Operating Base Wilson.  This is what I received today.  I want everyone to know what our men and women in the war zone are facing.  The report is as follows: Wilson continues to get mortared; rocketed almost daily. Yesterday a rocket hit a tent but fortunately no one was inside while it burt …

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Raymond Pulu turns himself in

Raymond Pulu voluntarily gave himself up to law enforcement in Parker yesterday, confirms the La Paz County Sheriff’s Department. “He came in with an attorney, so we don’t have any more information than we did at the time of the investigation,” said Lieutenant Bagby. No doubt Pulu will not be speaking to law enforcement but preparing for a defense in …

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