More than a year after its inception, Boulder City’s mounted unit is going strong and has become a recognizable part of the community.
The majority of Boulder City residents who participated in a recent survey believe the city has an important role in promoting and preserving its historic properties, but fewer believe the city is doing a good job at fulfilling it.
Boulder City is requesting that the district judge who declared it guilty of vindictive prosecution be removed from the case for allegedly demonstrating bias and showing himself unfit to preside over the matter.
One of the best parts of my job is meeting a variety of people.
City Council is hoping to vote on its new strategic plan in December after hearing from the community and the consulting firm helping with the project.
The Boulder City High School girls volleyball team captured its second consecutive 3A state championship Saturday, defeating Northern Nevada challenger Truckee 3-1.
Makena Arboreen, Boulder City High School’s star girls soccer player, was named the 3A Sunrise League player of the year for her efforts in guiding the Lady Eagles back to the postseason. The team’s first-year coach, Arnold Oeland, garnered the 3A Sunrise League coach of the year award.
Four Boulder City High School girls golfers were named to the 3A All-Southern Region team, capping off the squad’s second consecutive 3A state championship run.
Nearly 100 years to the moment after World War I officially ended, the sacrifices made by those who fought and died in the battle, along with those who served in every war before and after, were honored during ceremonies Sunday at the Nevada State Veterans Home.
With Small Business Saturday, a movement created to promote neighborhood small businesses, coming up Nov. 24, I’m reminded of the number of times I’ve run into our local True Value and Ace Hardware on a DIY mission and left feeling so grateful that I have these convenient and reliable retailers right in the ’hood.
Do we tell each other the truth? Is the truth important to share?
Lack of support for library disappointing
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When members of Boulder City High School’s class of 1978 gathered for their 40th reunion they collected donations to help the community. Patty Sullivan, left, and Lori Merrell presented a check for $1,363 to Tom Tyler, president of Emergency Aid of Boulder City on Nov. 8. Additionally, the alumni donated $1,000 the school’s Eagles Closet and $1,363 to Christian Center Church’s food pantry.
Rabbit killer to serve time
This week I return to my series on what we can do to lessen the impact of an emergency.
Nov. 6, 4:19 a.m.
Beta Sigma Phi to hold sale
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.
1 COME LISTEN TO A STORY: Friends of Nevada Southern Railway will host its monthly Story time train rides Saturday at the Nevada State Railroad Museum, 601 Yucca St. Boulder City author Rhonda Gatlin will be reading her new book, “Aggie’s Purple Hands.” In addition to the story, there will be a wooden Christmas ornament craft. Trains will depart the depot at 10 and 11:30 a.m. and 1 and 2:30 p.m. The fare is $10 for adults, $5 for children 4-11 and free for children 3 and younger. Arrive 20 minutes prior to departure. Additional information is available at https://www.facebook.com/FriendsOfNevadaSouthernRailway.
Boulder City will not be getting a new justice of the peace as Judge Victor Miller was overwhelming re-elected to the position.
With almost double the number of voters coming to its polls, Boulder City residents showed their reluctance to take on more debt in Tuesday’s election by deciding not to move forward with the proposed library renovation and not allowing the city to refinance its debt.
Boulder City will be well-represented throughout the Clark County and the state as several residents were elected to different positions in Tuesday’s election.
As a guardian, April Parks once controlled hundreds of Southern Nevada’s most vulnerable people.
The defending 3A state champion Boulder City High School girls volleyball team is making a return trip to state after defeating rival Moapa Valley 3-0 in the Southern Region championship Saturday.
Battling to the final buzzer, Boulder City High School’s football team gave it their all Friday before its heartbreaking 32-30 loss to Pahrump Valley.
Keeping pace with expectations, Boulder City High School girls cross-country team finished in fifth place Saturday in the 3A state meet at Veterans’ Memorial Park.
Grapevine Canyon, in the southern end of Lake Mead National Recreation Area just north of Laughlin, is one of our finest petroglyph sites in Southern Nevada.