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Business Beat: Man packs a ‘Pickled Pantry’

One taste of Nicholas Kreway’s pickled vegetables, and you are transported to grandma’s kitchen. It might not necessarily be your grandmother’s kitchen, but he uses family recipes and pickles items the way his Ukrainian grandmother did.

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Eagles plan to continue last season’s roll

Coming off of their first playoff appearance since 2014, Boulder City High School’s football team is ready to keep the train rolling.

Lady Eagles optimistic about future

Boulder City High School’s girls soccer team is hoping to build upon its success of last season, after making the playoffs last season as the No. 4 seed in the 3A Sunrise League.

Roundup: Cross-country teams have high expectations

Coming into a new season, expectations are high for Boulder City High School’s girls and boys cross-country programs.

Parkway project underway

The long-awaited complete Streets project to improve Boulder City Parkway began Monday and is expected to continue for 10 months.

Dogs invited to city’s ‘Pool Pawty’

Local canines will have their day at the pool during at the Soggy Doggy Pool Pawty on Saturday, Sept. 7.

New school zone signage causes confusion

Recent changes to the school zone signage along Adams Boulevard have caused confusion as to when the 15 mph limit applies to drivers.

News Briefs, Aug. 22

Motion filed in city’s appeal case

Boulder City branding important

A brand is very important to the success of any enterprise. In my business — the casino business — it’s crucial.