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Where is the outrage? Do the residents of Boulder City have a reasonable expectation that its elected officials act in a responsible and ethically acceptable way when doing their job? I am writing this letter to the residents of our city to ensure...

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Rockers, rollers and strollers help promote center event The Senior Center of Boulder City enriches the lives of adults who are 50 and older in Boulder City by providing many different programs and services. One of the programs which has been highly...

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Help to make Caregivers Fair a success appreciated On Saturday, Jan. 23, Lend A Hand held a Caregivers Fair at the Boulder City Library. Hopefully, you, as a reader of this letter, were in attendance. But if not, it is our hope to hold this as an...

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Process of developing medicines takes time, incurs costs Recently, the Democratic presidential candidates debated in South Carolina about the cost of health care, and specifically the cost of prescription drugs. It is popular to target...

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Veterans home recognized for quality care I am responding to a column (by John L. Smith) about the Nevada State Veterans Home which appeared in the Boulder City Review on Jan. 14. While litigation is pending, I am unable to talk about that. I am...

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Pet food, supply donations appreciated Here's a big thank-you to all who have donated pet food and pet-related items to our annual drive to help our Emergency Aid of Boulder City. See Spot Run collected donations in November and December. Emergency...

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Help from community makes Angel Tree possible We wish to extend a huge thank you to all who made the Angel Tree program a success for the 15th year in Boulder City. The community of Boulder City responded by selecting tags off the Angel Tree and...

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Customers' friendship appreciated To all my loyal Cox customers, let me start by saying I will miss you beyond words. Over the years I have enjoyed listening to you, learning from you, chatting with you and watching your families grow. You have...

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Lend A Hand appreciates support Lend A Hand thanks the three tour companies in Boulder City that donated tours again this year for our raffle. The funds raised will help support our volunteer driver's reimbursement program. Our sincere thanks to all...

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Lack of action looks like cover-up On Saturday, Nov. 7, my neighbors' two dogs started barking around noon. I called Boulder City Animal Control around 2:30 p.m. and was told she (Animal Control Supervisor Ann Inabnitt) would try to contact them by...

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Thank you Copper Mountain, library Once again Broadway and film actor Duffy Hudson rocked us to the core with two performances of his one-man show Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," performed for us at the Boulder City Library. One couldn't help...

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Support of art guild missing Where's the support? Saturday evening a wonderful event was held at the Boulder City Art Guild, "Celebrate the Seasons." Not only was there exceptional art on display, the artists themselves attended and amazing door...

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Police also merit recognition for service, bravery I attended the Nevada State Veterans Home recognition ceremony on Veterans Day. Gov. Brian Sandoval spoke and also a colonel from Nellis Air Force Base. Both gave tributes to those in the armed...

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City needs grants to aid businesses after bypass built We are glad to see the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City is receiving a $3.5 million federal grant to help address sinking headstones at the veterans cemetery. Now, when...

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Collecting loose carts helps in recovery A giant thank you to all of you who do not put your shopping carts back in the racks, and leave them loose in the parking lot for the wind to blow. Yes, I say thank you. My doctor has asked me to do a little...

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Military should make enough to pay for own tickets I appreciate Capt. Carlitos Rayos' philanthropic endeavor to help transport the 137th Military Police home for Christmas but I'm confused about the inability of the troops to pay for their own...

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Roundabout would confuse people In response to Jim Reed's letter, I drive the Adams Boulevard/Veterans Memorial Drive road a lot more than he does. I have been there at 4 a.m., 10 a.m., early afternoon and evenings. I take exception the the phrase...