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BREAKING: City official expected to sign ethics violation agreement

Boulder City Administrative Officer Bryce Boldt is expected to appear before the Nevada Commission on Ethics on Wednesday morning where he will sign a stipulated agreement for “willful violation” of state law saying he used his position and government property for personal and financial gain.

City needs to pool resources to aid homeless

It is rare when a day passes that the dispatch center does not receive a call in regard to a disheveled individual acting abnormal, panhandling, looking cold or camping behind a building or in a ditch. Homelessness is working its way into our community in larger numbers and it might be beneficial for us to begin the process of working with regional and local planning bodies to develop a coordinated housing and services program for people experiencing chronic homelessness.

Electrical system to get backup

Work should begin this month on the city’s new electrical substation, which will dramatically improve the city’s backup power supply.

Two seek Boulder justice of peace spot

Two candidates filed for the Boulder Township justice of the peace office on Tuesday, the first day of the filing period for the June 12 primary election.

Keep important numbers handy

Hello, Boulder City residents. You may have seen these before, but in case you lost them, here are a few important telephone numbers for you to cut and clip for posting in a prominent location.

Pepper spray gives victim time to escape

Pepper spray, also known as OC spray, OC gas and capsicum spray, is a lachrymatory agent (chemical compound that irritates the eyes to cause tears, pain and temporary blindness) and can be used in self-defense, including defense against dogs and bears.