City Council interviewed the four finalists for the open city attorney position at a special meeting Wednesday morning and will continue its discussion about who to hire at its next meeting on Tuesday.
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Hello! It’s been a minute. While dispatcher Tina Ransom is taking some time off for R &R, I’d like to take this opportunity to mention some shady stuff going on.
Aug. 29, 3:57 a.m.
Boulder City guests and residents have another place to stay, eat and be entertained as a new hotel is making its opening official.
The main road headed into Boulder City has received a new name, and the city is in the process of changing its street signs to reflect it.
Boulder City’s Park and Recreation Department is starting a new policy to prevent vandalism on its ball fields.
The furry population of Boulder City will soon have its yearly party in the community pool.
City won’t pursue appraisal for historic Browder building
Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review
Boulder City Animal Control is here to help us with our pets. Our animal control division is staffed by two full-time officers. Our animal control officers certainly have lots of work to do, because animals need care 24/7.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority plans to spend up to $7.5 million in Mexico over the next 10 years in exchange for more Colorado River water.
Aug. 22, 12:41 p.m.
Residents packed City Hall on Tuesday night to show their disapproval of a project to develop the area around the Interstate 11 and U.S. Highway 95 interchange.
Hyun Kim’s short tenure as Boulder City’s finance director is ending, as he has accepted a city manager position in another state.
Clouds and rain didn’t dampen the spirits of hundreds of people who came to the Alan Bible Visitor Center at Lake Mead National Recreation Center on Monday to catch a glimpse of the solar eclipse.
Residents soon could have a new way to communicate with city officials as staff is moving forward with holding quarterly town hall meetings.
Emergency Aid begins Saturday pantry hours once a month
Vaccinations are not just for children. In fact, you need vaccines throughout your adult life to protect yourself and others from diseases that can be very serious.
I begin this week with an opportunity for those of you who may be retired or looking for a little extra spending money and to be of service to your community. The police department is actively seeking crossing guards to work this school year and assist us in safeguarding one of our most precious resources: our children.
Aug. 15, 9:19 a.m.
City planning commissioners voted to not to expand the city’s land management plan to include an approximately 80-acre parcel for any residential purpose while recommending the addition of two parcels totaling about 72 acres for single- and multi-family residences during their meeting Wednesday night.
Despite some ups and downs, the four Clark County schools in Boulder City had a successful first day of school Monday.
On Monday, North Americans will be treated to something they rarely see: a total eclipse of the sun.