A city with historic origins made history again when the first new federal interstate in almost 30 years opened in town.
If the Nevada Energy Choice Initiative passes in the November election, it could cost Boulder City more than $1 million in lost savings each year as well as generating higher electric rates.
A former Boulder City resident who was sentenced to house arrest for mutilating cottontail rabbits could remain in jail after allegedly making threats against a prosecutor.
From its impact on traffic in Boulder City to the role it will play in Southern Nevada commerce, few details were overlooked when designing Interstate 11. That includes the way it looks.
Interstate 11 opened a week ago with plenty of fanfare and hearty congratulations for a job well done.
A Boulder City resident has been found guilty on four charges for protesting a police-sanctioned crosswalk enforcement event more than two years ago.
Clark County clerk and Boulder City resident Lynn Goya was arrested late last year on suspicion of a DUI and charged with reckless driving, according to Boulder City Police Department and municipal court records.
Ever since his childhood, Boulder City native Dennis McBride has been fascinated by the stories told by the women who helped transform the community from tents and temporary houses into homes and a fledgling city.
Boulder City High School’s boys tennis program figures to be in the driver’s seat again after claiming its first 3A state championship since 1977 last season.
Kurt Bailey, Boulder City High School’s new head girls volleyball coach, knows he has a tough task of keeping the Lady Eagles’ legacy alive after the team won its first state championship since 1989 last season.
Members of Boulder City High School’s girls tennis team are excited to begin a new season with one goal in mind: a state championship.
New federal regulations allow Boulder City businesses to have access to group health insurance coverage through the chamber of commerce.
Launching near the base of the Hoover Dam along the Black Canyon National Water Trail, you will paddle smooth waters between high canyon walls. You’ll see caves, hot springs, coves, waterfalls, sandy beaches and plenty of historic interest related to the iconic dam.
Grothe win gold at Pan Pacific swim meet, makes world team
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What is growth? All growth debates in Boulder City are framed in terms of new housing, but normally urban development growth is framed in terms of jobs and work. What makes Boulder City different? What does the difference tell us?
When I started writing for the Boulder City News 20 years ago, I was green when it came to local issues. I had met lots of city staff while running our bakery and restaurant, Sweet Treats, had attended a council meeting or two and a planning commission meeting, but never had the free time between 1995-2000 to devote as much time as I would have liked. By July 2001 when I became the city’s public information officer, I had a bit of history under my belt. When you’re living what will become history, it doesn’t hit you like it does 20 years later.
Pool’s stepladder appreciated
Two die in crash on I-11
Reception scheduled Saturday for art gallery exhibitor
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.
We should think personal safety when doing everyday things such as using an ATM. Here are some tips to help keep you safe.
Aug. 7, 12:55 a.m.
1 ARTISTIC VIEW: Boulder City Art Guild will honor its August artist of the month, Donavon Lockett, during a reception from 1-3 p.m. Saturday at its gallery inside the Boulder Dam Hotel, 1305 Arizona St. Lockett is a photographer and will showcase his work featuring the trees of Mount Charleston. All are welcome to attend. Visit www.bouldercityartguild.com for more information.
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