The search for the next city manager and city attorney is a little more defined as City Council recently approved the salary range and compensation package for each position.
Over $95.7 billion — no, it’s not how much we spent on recent elections — it’s how much we Americans spend each year on our pets, our “fur babies,” our “four-footed friends,” “our cuddly companions,” our… well, you get the picture.
Home projects are never-ending and can easily become overwhelming when the to-do list starts piling up higher than the laundry bin. The best way projects should be tackled is to first consider them seasonally. Should I check my attic during the summer, when its temperature can exceed 150 degrees? Along with time of year, consider order of importance. Is it more important that I paint my bathroom or fix the leaky shower that’s been dripping for two months?
Are you ready for a vacation? Are you longing to visit someplace completely different? If yes, I’m with you.
Introducing your children to the great outdoors and teaching them to appreciate nature are two of the best gifts you can give them.
Is America finally able to understand the consciousness of Donald Trump based on his behavior? To assist, I am able to ascertain the consciousness of human beings according to Theosophical tradition.
The 2021 municipal election will see residents voting to fill two seats on City Council as well as offer guidance on some community issues.
A box truck driver accused of killing five Las Vegas bicyclists was ordered held without bail on Monday.
The new year started off in one of the best ways possible for a Boulder City family, with the birth of a child.
Periodically, I have to remind readers that the “articles” featured on this page are not news stories. They are opinion pieces.
A new solar project will not infringe on the local pet cemetery put in place years ago by a longtime Boulder City resident.
Las Vegas’ bicycling community shed tears and shared stories in Summerlin on Saturday in remembrance of five cyclists killed in a crash near Searchlight and to call on Nevadans to make the roadways safer.
A group of people came together Saturday to celebrate the holidays with a Christmas protest parade in downtown Boulder City after the usual events were canceled because of the pandemic.
Michael Anderson was pedaling alongside some of his closest friends Dec. 10 on a stretch of highway near Searchlight, surrounded by miles of open desert, when a box truck plowed into the group of nearly 20 bicyclists and their safety escort vehicle.
This home on Saddle Drive is accented with blue holiday lights and offers passersby a light projection show.