Three seats on council to expire in June

The City Council election in June could change the face of the city’s leadership as three of its members are up for re-election.

Drug court program rebuilds lives

Boulder City’s drug court helps people get their lives back as one local resident can attest.

Complete street, power line projects set to start in 2019

The start of the new year Tuesday puts several projects and issues on the horizon for Boulder City residents. Here are a few to watch for.

City, like its residents, ages gracefully

A new year arrived Tuesday morning, and I didn’t feel any different than I did Monday.

Film fest returns minus founder

The Dam Short Film Festival is back for another year in February with its familiar audience favorites even though one its founders recently stepped down.

Squeak up to get much-needed attention

Twas the week before Christmas, when all through the house, nothing was heard but the moans of an old man in pain. The issue was simply that I couldn’t swallow. Amy rushed me to the Boulder City Hospital emergency room.

Investment in community worth recognizing

In December 2017, I presented my inaugural mayor’s awards to two businesses for their distinguished work in revitalizing Boulder City’s business corridor. The 2017 award recipients were All Mountain Cyclery and The Tap. I want to once again thank both of them for their willingness to reinvest in our community’s future and for being trendsetters in our town’s need to regularly hit the refresh button.

Eagles test bench at tourney

Traveling to California during the winter break, the Boulder City High School boys basketball team made it to the championship game in the Orange Holiday Classic, before falling to champion La Habra 67-55.

Lady Eagles return to form

Riding a five-game winning streak into 2019, Boulder City High School’s flag football team is experiencing a resurgence after a pair of down seasons compared with its lofty standards.

Fiery red sandstone highlights park’s Bowl

Bowl of Fire within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area is very similar to the fiery red sandstone formations in Valley of Fire State Park, with occasional outcroppings of yellow, pink and orange, but it is more remote and offers much more solitude.

Press association has new management

The Nevada Press Association has engaged Karpel Public Affairs to manage the organizations’ affairs. KPA President Richard Karpel will serve as executive director of the organization, replacing Barry Smith, who retired in October.

News Briefs, Jan. 3

Local businesses not affected by government shutdown

Names in the News, Jan 3

AAUW presents scholarships

Community Briefs, Jan. 3

Gallery features photos, pottery

Senior Center, Jan. 3

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.

Weekend’s Best Bets, Jan. 3

1 TIME TRAVEL: Take a walk through the past while learning about the people and events that shaped Boulder City on a visit to the Boulder City-Hoover Dam Museum. Filled with exhibits and interactive displays, the museum focuses on the early days of Boulder City and the construction of Hoover Dam. It is housed inside the Boulder Dam Hotel, 1305 Arizona St. The museum is open daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is free.

Homes filled with multiple safety hazards

Taking care of your family and home is certainly important, and safety is a key component to creating a warm place where your family can thrive. Unfortunately, there are a number of safety hazards hiding in plain sight throughout your home. But, don’t worry, you can fix these concerns pretty easily.

Police Blotter, Jan. 3

Dec. 26, 4:05 p.m.

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