Spring may be the best of all times to visit Utah’s Zion National Park, offering delights unique to the season. The landscape is greening up, young leaves are growing on the deciduous trees, and some of the birds can be seen nesting. Weather is often ideal for hiking and sightseeing.
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Dian Spencer prepares to return the ball during the tournament.
Bowling center to aid teacher with grant program
Boulder Bowl results as of March 20
Renovated softball dugouts celebrated
There are hundreds of slot canyons in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, but most are hard to find, and it may take days afoot to reach them. A few, however, are accessed fairly easily on a day trip, as long as you are up to driving rough gravel roads and able to hike a round-trip of a few moderate miles.
Community golf day at Cascata set for April 17
Boulder Bowl results as of Feb. 26.
Most people only know the name of Yuma, Arizona, from “3:10 to Yuma” the 2007 film starring Russell Crowe and Christian Bale. The movie ends before anybody actually gets to Yuma, so we never catch a glimpse of this place, so famous but so seldom seen.
To raise money for improvements to Boulder City’s outdoor pickleball courts, the city is co-sponsoring a Mix-Up/Fix-Up Pickleball Tournament March 23-26.
Boulder Bowl results for Feb. 26
Slow and Steady wins men’s basketball league
Feb. 2, four-person scramble, for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association
Men’s basketball league ends with championship games
Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area should be considered a must-see place by every outdoor person in the metropolitan Las Vegas area. Handily located at the southern tip of Nevada, the park was established in 1996, directly on the Colorado River south of Laughlin’s Casino Drive.
Men’s basketball league competition heats up
Boulder Bowl results as of Feb. 11
Because of its location on the border between the United States and Mexico about two hours from either Phoenix or Tucson, Arizona, a visit to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument requires some effort. But the payoff, in addition to seeing unusual cactuses, is the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert.
Men’s basketball league begins postseason play
Jan. 5, four-person two-best ball format for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association
Little League tryouts scheduled for Saturday at Veterans’ park
Photos by Hunter Terry/Boulder City Review
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