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Zoning changed to allow milk-processing plant

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.

Know your risk of getting breast cancer

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.

Utility rate hikes raise concerns

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.

Museum association’s accomplishments highlighted

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.

High school’s budget spared

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.