More homes are closer to being built in Boulder City despite criticism about a proposed subdivision from residents.
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The old Vons/Haggen grocery store building is one step closer to being occupied as the City Council amended its zoning ordinance, allowing an Oregon-based company to relocate its corporate headquarters there.
In its efforts to move forward with a proposed 129-home subdivision, StoryBook Homes will hold a neighborhood meeting to hear residents’ concerns.
City Councilman Warren Harhay said he thinks the city committed “tactical errors” with the recent utility rate increase, as Boulder City residents expressed their frustration with them at a recent first-of-its-kind town hall meeting.
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Pam was only 43 years old when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She says she was disappointed, but not surprised. Pam has had several close family members, including her mother, diagnosed with breast cancer.
This week will be part two of my series on the Boulder City Mounted Police and Posse.
Oct. 18, 6:41 a.m.
Motion filed against city in case involving safety exercise arrest
Construction of the new $10 million travel center at Railroad Pass is progressing and is expected to be completed in time to open at the start of the new year.
The Oct. 1 shooting in Las Vegas that killed 58 people and left hundreds injured also left many wondering what to do in the aftermath, including two Boulder City residents.
The donation jug fills up as Friday’s benefit concert for victims of the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting and their families begins.
Boulder City is investing more than $500,000 in upgrades to the city’s fire station, which will provide its employees a safer place to work and allow them to better serve those who live in town.
This week will be part one of my introductory series on the Boulder City Mounted Police and Posse Unit. Literally, a mounted officer stands out and above the crowd.
Oct. 10, 12:21 p.m.
Second open meeting complaint filed against City Council
National Park Service officials are seeking input from the public as they prepare for the worst at Lake Mead.
The City Council upheld the Planning Commission’s recent denial of two variances requested by StoryBook Homes at its meeting Tuesday evening.
Since Boulder City raised its utility rates last year, the increase has been met with dismay from residents about how much their bills have gone up.
An Oregon-based company is one step closer to having its corporate headquarters in Boulder City after the City Council introduced a bill at its meeting Tuesday that would create a new use within a zoning district.
For the better part of the past decade, members of the Boulder City Museum and Historical Association have devoted their efforts to improving the nonprofit’s financial stability. Today, the association has paid down a considerable amount of its debt and received thousands in donations from the community to stabilize its biggest asset, the Boulder Dam Hotel, and the future is looking bright, outgoing chairman Jim Holland said at the group’s annual meeting Oct. 3.
The Boulder City Firefighter’s Association is holding its annual pancake breakfast on Saturday.
Despite an estimated $60 million budget deficit facing the Clark County School District, Boulder City High School will not have to cut any programs. Rather, it can purchase new equipment and materials for several of its departments.