Just like a butterfly emerging from its cocoon, Boulder City is coming back to life with a calendar that is slowly filling up with events as restrictions due to COVID-19 are lifted. And just like that butterfly, things will look slightly different than they did before.
Congratulations are in order for Councilwoman-elect Sherri Jorgensen and Cokie Booth and Matt Fox, who will face off for the second City Council seat in June’s general election.
7-Eleven has a new “heavenly” location at the corner of Boulder City Parkway and Buchanan Boulevard.
A box truck driver accused of killing five Las Vegas bicyclists pleaded guilty Wednesday to two counts of DUI, court records show.
“Oops! I totally forgot about dinner!” It happens. Maybe you didn’t actually forget but your hectic, nonstop day happened. Suddenly it’s 6 p.m. and the family is looking to you because they’re starving. What’s for dinner?
Getting off to a hot start, Boulder City High School boys volleyball team won a pair of games Saturday, defeating Sunrise Mountain and Doral Red Rock Academy.
Coming out of the gate swinging, Boulder City High School’s varsity baseball team routed rival Moapa Valley 15-2 in its season opener Monday.
Opening their season on a high note, Boulder City High School boys and girls swimming teams won all but two events on April 17 at the Mesquite Recreation Center.
Along with the mask mandates and protocols, I am fascinated by the many different mask designs. Aside from those that are medically proven, those that adhere to the face in such a way that no air whatsoever can escape around the mask, generally speaking, the majority of masks do absolutely nothing, especially those made of cloth.
Most employment opportunities in the military are now open to women as well as men. The Air Force has been a leader in that area.
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful place to hop your way into spring. An easy day trip of about 100 miles from Boulder City, this 24,000-acre refuge lies in Amargosa Valley, a few miles beyond Pahrump. One of the largest oases in the Mojave Desert, it was designated a refuge in 1984.
Rep. Susie Lee visited Boulder City on Tuesday to tout how the American Rescue Plan will benefit the community, small businesses, local residents and the city government, which will receive $14 million directly.
“It’s never too late to say thank you to a veteran.”
A Boulder City restaurant owner said the $10,000 business grant he received from the governor’s office last week is a “blessing.”
Charles E. Bullen Jr. is one of 13 candidates seeking a seat on City Council.