Fred Droegemueller and Anita Moody were happy to sample the wine and chocolate at the American Association of University Women, Boulder City Branch’s semiannual tasting event on Saturday. The event, held on the patio of the Boulder Dam Hotel, raises money for the group’s scholarship fund.
Several residents are organizing a special improvement district to finance new underground power lines along Nevada Way in order to preserve the view of Lake Mead.
Despite numerous accidents since opening in August, Interstate 11 has seen fewer fatalities than more established freeways in the area but is being monitored to see whether new safety measures need to be put into place, according to transportation officials.
The newly opened stretch of Interstate 11 near Boulder City is designed to cut as much as 30 minutes off the trip between Las Vegas and Kingman, Arizona.
The Boulder City Democratic Club had to cancel its September candidate night and business meeting after members say an attendee was acting aggressively toward one of the candidates.
MacIsaac Armstrong, 16, Maggie Armstrong, 14, and Gracie Armstrong, 11, all aspire to be accomplished swimmers some day. On Saturday, the siblings and members of the Boulder City-Henderson Heatwave swim team, got a firsthand look at what it takes to succeed.
Homecoming festivities weren’t the only celebration Friday night at Boulder City High School as the Eagles football team provided plenty of fireworks in its 41-3 blowout victory over Western.
Boulder City High School’s girls volleyball team picked up its biggest win of the season Monday, rallying to defeat rival Moapa Valley 3-2.
Boulder City High School’s boys tennis team remains undefeated after picking up victories over Chaparral, Silverado and Mojave.
What kinds of businesses do we want to encourage in Boulder City? What kinds of jobs do we want for our workers? Let’s split this into two parts: the economic value of various types of businesses, and the problem with job supply and demand in Boulder City.
Put your money where your mouth is. Talk is cheap. Money talks. These words make me sick. Is everything about money and the power that goes with it?
World War II veteran William Dunsmore was on hand Monday to unveil a parking spot at City Hall that is now reserved for Purple Heart recipients. Dunsmore, who has a Purple Heart, was in the first wave of soldiers to reach the Normandy beaches on D-Day. He lives at the Nevada State Veterans Home.
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Chautauqua scholar Doug Mishler, right, visits with Jim Amstutz and Linda Faiss, who hosted a special event Friday at their home to meet the University of Nevada, Reno professor. Mishler appeared as Gen. John J. Pershing and President Theodore Roosevelt the following day.
1 THIS IS YOUR LAND: Celebrate National Public Lands Day on Saturday by visiting the nearest location: Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Admission to the park will be free, though fees for lake use and camping will not be waived. The day is designated for people to enjoy public lands and to promote their conservation.
Justice of peace candidate pays property taxes
At some point in our lives, most of us will live through a terrifying event. It could be a car accident, natural disaster, medical emergency, fire or perhaps a trauma inflicted by another person in the form of assault, abuse, combat or being robbed. Trauma can also come from seeing another person be seriously hurt or killed, or learning about something awful that happened to a person we love. Whatever the source, trauma leaves its imprint on the brain.
Sept. 11, 2:01 a.m.
Concert to feature performances by solo artists
Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday at 813 Arizona St., 702-293-3320. Visit the center’s website at www.seniorcenterbouldercity.org.
UPDATE: The Justice of Peace candidate’s property taxes have been paid in full as of today, Sept. 13.
Boulder City has a new planning commissioner after City Council appointed the newest member during its meeting Tuesday.
A U.S. District Court judge recently determined that a former resident’s constitutional rights were not violated and dismissed claims against Boulder City in a case involving a protest of an official police activity.
Alpaca Imports at 1603 Boulder City Parkway has closed.
The seasons are changing. You can feel it in the air. There is a definite chill, which always accompanies its presence.
Boulder City High School’s football team is officially on a winning streak after defeating Pahrump Valley 32-28 on Friday.
Undefeated as the halfway mark of the season nears, Boulder City High School’s boys tennis program picked up a pair of league victories for a 9-0 record.
Boulder City High School’s girls tennis team won its recent matches, defeating Valley on Sept. 5 and Del Sol on Sept. 6.
In a Boulder City Review Police Blotter last month, it was logged that “someone had a broken water valve in the kitchen that was flooding the house.” It reminded me of a plumbing calamity my aunt experienced. While she was out at the market, her washing machine hose burst, sending water shooting out from behind it. (FYI, even though your washer is “off,” the supply hoses are always under pressure.)