The Eldorado Valley is changing, as the City Council approved rezoning part of it to allow for future research and development purposes, which includes a previously approved droneport with The Aerodrome LLC.
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The City Council approved a polarizing ballot question for the 2017 municipal election about changing the controlled growth ordinance in a four to one vote at its meeting on Tuesday.
City Council held a workshop for the 2017-2018 fiscal year budget on Tuesday.
For Buffie Jones, last week was a difficult one. She watched her son die in a staged drunk driving crash, which was almost as difficult as a real collision that killed her mom and dad 17 years ago.
As a guardian, April Parks was tasked with caring for the elderly and infirm in Southern Nevada.
Where do I begin? Do I start with the crash, the coroner’s visit, the tearful stories shared by the guest speakers, or with the families who were involved? I think it all runs together for me as I recall two days’ worth of the fully immersive Every 15 Minutes program.
March 7, 4:39 p.m.
At the candidates forum on Tuesday, residents were able to hear from and weigh in on all eight City Council candidates’ stances on issues facing Boulder City.
Eight men are running for two open seats on the Boulder City Council.
For the 2017 Boulder City Historic Preservation Award, the Historic Preservation Committee is doing something different and asking the public to nominate properties to be recognized.
The Law Enforcement Exploring Program is a voluntary, hands-on career development and exploration program sponsored by the Boulder City Police Department in conjunction with the Learning for Life Program of the Boy Scouts of America. The program offers an opportunity to learn about the Boulder City Police Department and the duties of a police officer.
Feb. 28, 9:28 a.m.
The building and fire codes in Boulder City are potentially getting an update as several resolutions with suggested changes were introduced to the City Council at its meeting on Feb. 28.
City seeks volunteers to help with ballot questions
Growth in Boulder City continues to be a hot topic as the City Council approved directing the city attorney to draft an advisory question about doing away with the 30 houses per developer limit to be put on the ballot in the upcoming municipal election.
To increase opportunities for its students, Boulder City High School will start offering dual-credit classes that allow them to earn high school and college credit at the same time.
The reconstruction project on Utah Street will not be completed until the middle of March because of problems encountered during construction and changes to the project.
With snow piling up in the mountains that feed the Colorado River, the short-term outlook for Lake Mead has suddenly improved.
Fair to provide information for those who care for others
Recently, we have had a rash of stranger-than-normal calls here at the police department, so I thought I would take a minute to address the general theme that jumps out at me.
Feb. 21, 4:13 p.m.
Boulder City Community Alliance members voted to endorse City Council candidates Warren Harhay and Kiernan McManus after listening to seven of the eight men running in the upcoming election speak during a candidates night Feb. 16.
Increased power capabilities for the community may add power lines to the view of Lake Mead along Boulder City’s scenic loop as above-ground power lines on Nevada Way and Avenue I could be installed.