Tucked away in the Eldorado Mountains south of Boulder City, workers furiously blast rock, place steel girders for bridges and create flat, drivable surfaces as Interstate 11 inches toward completion.
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On Tuesday, City Council approved moving forward with Sempra Renewables’ requested to lease additional land for a new solar project in the Eldorado Valley.
Clark County has designated about 400 acres of city-owned land in the Eldorado Valley currently being leased for a solar project delinquent on taxes. No payments have been made since 2012.
Mitchell Elementary School will be a Title 1 school for the 2017-2018 school year, as more than 40 percent of its students now qualify for free and reduced-price lunch.
People in Boulder City will have a variety of ways to honor veterans this Memorial Day weekend.
The shooting victim who wandered in the desert until he came to Armorock may have been shot because of his life insurance policy, according to an employee who helped him. When employee Nick Clark arrived at work on May 17, he saw that the lights were on and there was someone there.
Work to repave several streets within Boulder City will begin soon as part of the 2016-2017 slurry seal maintenance project.
The official start of summer is just around the corner. Summer days bring summer fun, but the season also brings its own hazards and increased risk for injury. Planning ahead and taking simple precautions can help keep you and your family safe this summer.
We would all like to believe we’re the best at whatever we are or do, right? Maybe we are; most likely, we are not. I am surprised at myself sometimes when the judgmental self surfaces and I become an expert at not only what I do but also what someone else does (or is doing).
May 16, 5:55 p.m.
Boulder City residents were able to learn more about the four City Council candidates and their opinions about issues facing the town during a forum Monday evening.
Four men are vying for one of two seats on the City Council.
City Council will weigh in on allowing marijuana establishments in Boulder City at its next meeting on Tuesday, and some residents think allowing research and testing facilities for the drug could be beneficial.
Boulder City is taking disciplinary actions against an employee for unauthorized use of city facilities, according to a statement released by a city spokesperson.
One man was injured in a shooting incident near Boulder City on Wednesday morning.
The opportunity to see Nevada’s similarities to the other side of the world can be experienced at the “Two Deserts, One Sky” art exhibit at the Alan Bible Visitor Center at Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
Wear Your Life Jacket to Work Day is Friday, and with it comes a reminder of the importance of water safety, especially when living close to Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
Celia Shortt Goodyear/Boulder City Review
Ferraro’s legacy honored, flags to fly at half-staff
Last week, I discussed how to help out neighbors in times of crisis and this week will be an expansion on that theme.
May 9, 4:11 p.m.
Tonight the public can witness something new: the Hoover Dam turning turquoise to help promote the fight against lung cancer.
The City Council approved purchasing new electrical meters and parts at its meeting on Tuesday.
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