Ah, it’s that wonderful time of year. The days are getting longer, the sun is shining brighter and the sky seems bluer.
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Having somebody believe in you can make all the difference in the world.
Similar to the theory of trickle-down economics — which says that benefits for the wealthy will eventually “trickle down” to everyone else — the divisive spirit of November’s presidential election continues to linger and seems to have affected practically everything.
I am somewhat of a barbecue aficionado. I come by it naturally.
It appears something fishy is happening with Boulder City’s closed grocery store. And we’re not talking about the shrimp, oysters, scallops and other fish that was sold in the seafood department.
It’s never too late to shoot for a life-long dream. If you don’t believe me, just ask George Markle.
Just call me Shrek.
The new year is just a few days away. Its arrival brings hope and promise for all the good things to come, as well as a few worries about potential bad news.
With apologies to Clement Clarke Moore.
It’s gotten ugly out there, and I’m not referring to the cooler temperatures and cloudy skies.
Thanksgiving has come and gone and Boulder City officially kicked off the holiday season with a flurry of activities this past weekend.
This is one of my favorite weeks of the year. It’s the one week that brings out the kid in all of us as Boulder City ushers in the holiday season with a flurry of festive activities. I can’t wait.
It has now been nine days since the nation elected a new president. Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States.
Tomorrow marks the start of my fourth year as editor of the Boulder City Review. My how time flies.
For centuries, people in America have fought and died for many principles, and key among them was the right to vote.
Boulder City lost a great friend Friday when Christy Springgate-Hill lost her battle against cancer.
In case you haven’t heard, Americans will be voting for a new president in a few weeks.
Theres no need to tell you that its hot.
Orlando. Boston. Dallas. Baton Rouge. San Bernardino. Were all familiar with those cities. Not because they are great cities, although they are. Not because they attract tourists, although they do. Not because they have played a role in our nations history, although they have.
It may have all started with Adam and Eve, depending on your theological outlook on life, but duos and the enduring power of a friendship seems to permeate our culture.
Another page in the citys history has been written and is in the books after Boulder City celebrated its 68th annual Damboree on Monday. And what a celebration it was.
Like a boomerang or a bad penny, trouble just keeps returning to the Boulder City Police Department.
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