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Planners seek new research-development zone

Boulder City’s zoning ordinance could be changing, as the Planning Commission is recommending a new research and development zone for approximately 50 acres of city-owned land in the Eldorado Valley.

Activities help keep kids out of trouble

The Boulder City High School Rodeo Club recently had an event at the Horseman’s Association and it brought to mind my history with rodeo and various kids associations back in Wyoming. Along with my history with animals, I learned to sew, do leather craft, quilt, knit, take minutes, junior leadership, cook, and assist the elderly. All of this has become useful at one point or another in my life.

Council boosts area solar projects

As long as the sun continues to shine brightly, Boulder City and its residents will benefit after members of City Council approved several resolutions Tuesday night during their meeting that will boost operations at the solar fields in the Eldorado Valley and install a new solar-power generating and electric vehicle charging station.

Protect yourself, others from common colds

Common colds are the main reason that children miss school and adults miss work. Each year in the United States, there are millions of cases of the common cold. Adults have an average of two or three colds per year, and children have even more.

Eight seek seat on City Council

Eight people have filed candidacy papers to run for one of two seats on the City Council, including incumbent Councilman Cam Walker, who is seeking his third and final term in office.

IRS scams more common this time of year

It’s tax time again and the scammers are busy. (I could have so much fun with that one statement but I’ll just pass it by for today.) Telephone scams and email phishing are the two most common types of tax scams.