For the first time in almost a year Clark County School District students are back on campus in Boulder City.
This week we will dip our toes into this year’s English slang and a whole new generation of words to keep up with:
There is finally a sigh of relief for high school athletics as Clark County School District recently announced students can participate in spring sports beginning April 16.
The BC Juniors, a local club volleyball team, came in first place in a tournament last weekend. The Nevada Volleyball Center Challenge was a 16-and-under tournament held at the Nevada Volleyball Complex in North Las Vegas from Feb. 27-28. The BC Juniors, coached by BCHS girls’ volleyball varsity head coach Chad Robinson, went 7-1 in the double elimination tournament.
Two former employees are asking a Nevada District Court judge to rule on their claim of improper notice for a meeting last year to discuss terminating their employment contracts.
In a day in the life of a Boulder City resident, he or she is so involved with tasks and daily activities that they probably wouldn’t think about how the state advertises Nevada to the nation and around the world. However, for some volunteers and state employees, this is at the top of their to-do list. Much like individual business owners budget and plan their advertising campaigns each year, the state of Nevada does so as well.
Election Day for our local primary election will be April 6. Voting for this election will again have a mail-in ballot sent to every registered voter in Boulder City. Early voting in person will also be available. The early voting this year will be in the city recreation center next to City Hall for easier access.
Piccata: the Italian restaurant classic. You’ve seen it, you’ve ordered it, you’ve fallen in love with it, but what the heck is piccata? I’m glad you asked.
Bryan Haraway has a creative soul. He can’t help it; he has to be making something.
To help combat the isolation and loneliness many veterans are feeling because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they are being “connected” with area volunteers who will check on them and see if there is anything they need.
What is happening to Boulder City as well as America has parallels. Having been a member of City Council as well as the mayor for 12 years, I have some insights to offer.
A somber mood was at City Hall Tuesday evening as City Council fired longtime City Clerk Lorene Krumm despite many people calling in to support her and express their disagreement with the action.
Ninety years ago this month, Boulder City was officially placed on the map.
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.