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.)
Kershaw-Ryan State Park in Lincoln County, just 3 miles south of Caliente, Nevada, is like visiting a private estate with its lush vegetation, manicured lawns, rose gardens, deciduous trees, canyon grapes and wading pool all well-watered from one of the nine natural springs.
Two adults are killed when an impaired driver speeding on Interstate 11 rear-ends their sedan parked on the shoulder. A small child and two others are hospitalized.
As we mourn the passing of local activist Tom Clements and celebrate his life, I want to share a few of my own treasured memories of Clements. On their face, these experiences might seem routine and insignificant. But I think they reveal a great deal about the kind of person Clements always strove to be. They also highlight some key characteristics that we would all be wise to emulate in our interactions with others.
MGM Studios’ 1965 British-made “Doctor Zhivago” has an amazing tie to Boulder City. “Doctor Zhivago” is one of three Throwback Thursday movie recommendations for today.
St. Jude’s Ranch for Children is holding a neighborhood meeting next week to discuss expanding its Boulder City campus to help victims of sex trafficking.
Boulder City High School’s homecoming activities will begin today with an evening parade downtown.
A casual conversation among staff members about what they would have liked to have known before they moved out of their parents’ house has led to a new series of classes at Boulder City Library.
Cheree Brennan/Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department
1 LIVING HISTORY: Immerse yourself in American history when Boulder City Chautauqua presents “Shapers of Modern America” on Saturday. Chautauqua scholar Doug Mishler will portray Gen. John J. Pershing at 1:30 p.m. and President Theodore Roosevelt at 6:30 p.m. Performances will be in the historic Boulder Theatre, 1225 Arizona St. Tickets are $15 per show and can be bought at Ace Hardware, 541 Nevada Way; Boulder Dam Hotel, 1305 Arizona St.; or the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce, 465 Nevada Way. For more information, call 702-293-7853 or visit www.bcchautauqua.org.
Library to host local author fair
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.
Strategic plan meetings scheduled to help guide city
Sept. 4, 6:29 a.m.