The Boulder City Library Board of Trustees unanimously selected Kimberly Diehm as its new director on Wednesday night, capping off two nights of interviews before the selection was made.
Boulder City developer Randy Schams announced Monday morning that he is in escrow for 640 acres of land in the Eldorado Valley, where he plans to build a master-planned community, and is seeking approval from the city to supply water and sewer service to the site.
Ever since she can remember, Boulder City High School senior Montana Lloyd has always desired to swim. It was her desire that made her a two-time champion in the 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard backstroke. It was her passion for the sport that helped her break records with her club team Desert Storm Swimming, and it was her dream of swimming at a Division 1 college that earned her a spot on the University of Houston’s swimming team next fall.
Downtown Boulder City will host its own version of Oktoberfest on Saturday as revelers converge to enjoy craft beers, delicious meats and a full day of family fun at the Boulder City Sunrise Rotary’s 20th annual Wurstfest.
Despite another strong performance by the Boulder City High School football team Friday, the Eagles’ efforts weren’t enough to overcome a heartbreaking 34-21 loss to Class 4A program Valley, giving the Vikings their first victory since Nov. 1, 2013, snapping a 23-game losing streak.
At first glance, a whale, a kiln, sound equipment and books wouldn’t seem to have much in common. Yet all were in the same place, in a way, last week as teachers from local schools were presented with grants for special educational materials from the Rotary Club of Boulder City.
Residents from Boulder City and around Southern Nevada came together Saturday in Escalante Park to show their thanks to public safety officers at the inaugural Hero and First Responder Appreciation Day.
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Tuesday’s league opening victory over Virgin Valley is the key reason why Boulder City High School’s girls volleyball coach Cherise Hinman scheduled a preseason gauntlet full of 4A programs. She wanted her girls to be battled tested when it counted most.
Hosting a 3A race Sept. 14 at Hemenway Valley Park, both Eagles cross-country programs finished strong, placing second on their home course.
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We all have stuff. The older we get, the more stuff we accumulate until, like some hoarders, we are drowning in the stuff.