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.
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City’s subpoena against reporter remains quashed, fees awarded
Looking to save millions by refinancing its debt, the city is working on a potential question for the 2018 ballot to seek residents’ opinions on the matter.
The acting city attorney is exercising an “abundance of caution” in regards to two open meeting law violation complaints and has not yet moved ahead in negotiating his full-time contract, which is costing the city tens of thousands of dollars.
A witness contradicted the deposition of a Boulder City Police sergeant during a hearing Wednesday morning in the case against a resident who was arrested for a “crosswalk protest” during a police-sanctioned pedestrian safety event.
A former official for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in Boulder City and an accountant for a private accounting firm were indicted Dec. 13 on federal corruption charges.
I’d like to take a moment to say thank you to you, the reader/the caller/the resident, for the support and encouragement you provide the police department in our efforts to support and defend this community. I can’t tell you the last time I have gone a week without someone calling just to say thanks for the job we are hired and paid to do.
Dec. 13, 8:40 a.m.
Veterans home stops volunteer visits through end of year
The holidays are a great opportunity to enjoy time with family and friends, celebrate life, to be grateful and reflect on what’s important. They are also a time to appreciate the gift of health.
Changes have come to security at Hoover Dam, as National Park Service rangers now provide law enforcement, rather than the Bureau of Reclamation’s defunct police department.
Boulder City is on track for a new pool and is now working with a consultant to help plan for the project.
City Council accepted the final audit report of the 2016-2017 fiscal year and commended the finance department for its improvements.
New concessionaire named for Katherine Landing at Lake Mohave
What can happen in 20 minutes? That’s barely time to put on your shoes and walk down the block, right? Let me assure you that your vehicle windows can be smashed and your purse, packages and property can be long gone. Most of the time, the items taken don’t amount to the loss from the window and vehicle repairs.
Dec. 6, 6:16 a.m.
Scientists involved in the study of naturally occurring asbestos in Southern Nevada and nearby Arizona have concluded that exposure to the fibers should be kept to a minimum after tests on mice show they can contribute to pleural disease.
The preliminary draft of Boulder City’s audit brought to light an issue with a former city policy that could have allowed employees to break the law.
Boulder City is one step closer to having a new finance director after a conditional offer of employment was given to an out-of-state candidate.
New evidence seems to contradict Boulder City Police Department dash-cam video prompting Judge Victor Miller to schedule an evidentiary hearing in the criminal case against resident John Hunt.
Boulder City’s Dam Short Film Festival received a $7,000 grant to help with promotional costs from the Nevada Commission on Tourism.
The Nevada Division of Museums and History is working on a $40 million plan to turn the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City into a tourism attraction that could lessen the sting of Interstate 11, which is set to open next year.
There have been a number of recent reports that are troubling in nature, and I want to make you aware to be on guard. If you receive a call or email from someone claiming to be a police officer, a lawyer or bail enforcement officer saying they have a warrant for your arrest, verify who you’re speaking with.