When driving around Boulder City, especially when heading to or from the Henderson/Las Vegas area, the work on Interstate 11 is obvious.
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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.
The unspoken rule of whispering and hushed conversations was completely ignored Tuesday morning at Boulder City Library. Instead, squeals of delight — and disgust — echoed in the community room as things that slither, creep and crawl were brought out one by one.
It’s summer. School is out for the season and it is time to take a well-earned vacation.
In the next few days as we observe Memorial Day we will pay tribute to the men and women who gave their all to protect and defend our freedoms.
If you ever needed more proof that Southern Nevada — and Boulder City in particular — is an ideal place to live, this past week or so would be it.
In a town steeped in history, it’s not uncommon to find something or someone with a connection to the city’s beginning.
One of the things I have lamented about missing the most since moving from Southern California to Nevada is the diversity of activities and environments within an hour or so’s drive.
The heart is one of our body’s most vital organs. Without it pumping blood to sustain the other organs, we cease to be.
One of the things that makes Southern Nevada unique is its weather.
If everything you see lately seems to have a purplish hue, you don’t need to have your eyes examined. That’s because local residents have been busy Painting the Town Purple to help raise awareness for the annual Relay For Life.