Boulder City is taking ownership of 28 airport hangars after a District Court judge denied a motion and canceled a restraining order prohibiting them from doing so.
People in Boulder City are adjusting to the recent statewide mandate to wear masks in public places.
Local school leaders are confident in the ability of their staff, students and the community to implement the district’s reopening plan, whatever it may be.
When Nancy Bearden and Dan Stepanian became volunteers at the Southern Nevada State Veterans Home during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, they brought with them the intense experience they had gained as U.S. Army medics.
Saturday is our nation’s 244th birthday, and that’s something worth celebrating.
A fatal disease with the potential to change the makeup of the local desert landscape was recently found in Boulder City’s wild rabbit population.
The Rotary Club of Boulder City’s annual Damboree pancake breakfast is still a go for Saturday, albeit with a few changes.
Showing patriotism toward his country, Boulder City class of 2020 graduate Cade Cowley has set his sights on attending the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy after high school.
Saturday is Independence Day. Let’s celebrate with a red, white and beautiful fresh fruit, crispy cracker and sweet fluffy dip platter sure to please everyone at your table.
Two years of hard work, 1,500 signatures and countless phone calls later and the Nevadans for the Common Good are no closer to getting power-assisted doors installed at the Boulder City Post Office than they were when they started calling for a change.
For this column I looked back on the columns I have written over the past few months. At the beginning of March my column focused on the rollout of the new marketing campaign for Las Vegas and how it would benefit our city, as well. What followed within two weeks changed our lives in ways that have brought hardships to many of us.
This series of day-in-the-life of stories provides a candid look behind the scenes of the Boulder City police officers who protect and serve Boulder City.
In just a very short time, America was changed significantly due to the worldwide infection of the dreaded COVID-19 virus. These resources can go a long way in helping to keep Southern Nevada as safe as possible.
Six residents, four employees at vets home test positive
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating a fatal accident at Boulder Oaks RV Resort.
Tissue-paper confetti filled the sky. Silly string was sprayed. Bubbles were blown. Horns honked.
There was no violence or arrests at an informal protest June 4 in downtown Boulder City.
Boulder City Mayor Kiernan McManus joined with Gov. Steve Sisolak to place a wreath honoring veterans during a small, private Memorial Day ceremony Monday, May 25, at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery.
Linda Gelinger, administrator of the Southern Nevada State Veterans Home, started retirement with a festive parade as horns honked, flags waved and passersby offered hearty congratulations.