Aug. 8, 10:11 a.m.
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This week we begin with a little reminder about items that may block your view hanging from the rearview mirror in your vehicle. Some people like necklaces, tassels, rosaries, air fresheners or handicapped placards. Unfortunately, it’s illegal and could be dangerous and distracting.
Here’s just a little information to introduce you to a Boulder City program that you may not be familiar with: Breaking the Cycle Drug Court. This program was created to give subjects with a history of legal charges and a substance dependence diagnosis an opportunity to seriously address their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. The program not only treats the addiction of the participant, but provides an opportunity to get back the losses of the addiction.
School starts a little bit earlier this year, with the first day of school this year Aug. 14.
Aug. 1, 11:18 a.m.
Boulder City Police Department has added a new K-9 officer.
July 25, 8:52 a.m.
I’ve been asked to put out just a little bit of information about what is and is not eligible for disposal at the drop container inside the lobby of the police department. The list of permissible items is pretty small: prescription medication. What is not: everything else.
July 18, 8:32 p.m.
The partial opening of Interstate 11 will happen by the end of this month!
This summer, swimming pools will be filled with millions of people having fun and staying cool. Just 2.5 hours of water-based (or other forms of) physical activity per week has health benefits for everyone.
Summer. We’ve waited impatiently for it to get here, taking forever it, seemed. Now it’s here; what are we to do with it?
July 11, 11:53 p.m.
With two heads and six legs, the latest tool in the Boulder City Police Department’s arsenal hearkens back to the early days of law enforcement. The city has added a mounted unit — or officer on horseback.
Metropolitan Police Department
I’ve had a few requests for information regarding lane markings and their meanings. There are a few things that I am sure of about this issue: 1. That every driver’s test requires knowledge of these markings, 2. That the majority of people driving on the road today know and obey those markings and, 3. The ones that do will and those that don’t won’t — ever.
The Boulder City Police Department is unsure how the recently signed bill by Governor Brian Sandoval tightening driving restrictions for those convicted of driving under the influence will work, as it does not become law until next year.
A mother recently came through her own personal tragedy of not being able to save her daughter knowing she had done everything she could when she saved the life of boy while on duty with the Boulder City Police Department.
With summer heat beckoning visitors to the cooler temperatures of Lake Mead, rangers at the National Recreation Area offer reminders about basic safety tips to ensure a safe time on the water.
Please help us reduce the abuse of the 911 Emergency Call System. A dispatcher’s job is to keep our responders and the public safe. When our lines are tied up by people who abuse the system, we are unable to help those in dire need of our help.
June 28, 6:39 p.m.
Celia Shortt Goodyear/Boulder City Review
June 20, 8:20 a.m.
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