Golfer Potter wins state title; helps Lady Eagles to second-place finish

Boulder City High School star golfer junior Lani Potter won the state’s individual title, ending a six-year drought, helping her teammates to a second-place finish against Northern Nevada challenger Elko during the state championships played Monday and Tuesday at Ruby View Golf Course in Elko, Nevada.

Boys in running for state tennis team title

The Boulder City High School boys tennis program will be in search of their first 3A state championship since 1977 when it faces Northern Nevada challenger South Tahoe today in the state semifinals at the Reno Tennis Center.


Childhood memories inspire man to pen novel

Boulder City resident Steve Osborne remembers his time as a young man living in southern Ohio, and the memories of his friends and family are so vivid that he felt inspired to write a book about them.

Springgate-Hill succumbs to cancer

Longtime Boulder City resident and volunteer Glenda “Christy” Springgate-Hill died Friday after battling liver cancer for nearly a year. She was 57.


Consider the facts before voting

Kick him when he’s down. Shoot the families. Those people are criminals. Beat the crap out of them. You eat like a pig and you’re fat. I know more than anyone about everything.

Libraries keep dreams, options, literacy alive

Do you remember your first visit to your local library? I do. Growing up in post-war England was tough. School-leaving age was 15, many kids had jobs at 13 and 14 and it was not considered cool to be smart. The library provided an outlet and an escape from the mundane expectations of society and supplemented a rather basic education.