I-11 brings mixed reactions from area businesses

Business is better than expected for several local businesses after Interstate 11 opened five months ago and bypassed traffic around Boulder City.

Dry lake bed request withdrawn

An unpopular request for land to be added to Boulder City’s land management plan has been withdrawn and will not be considered by City Council.

Leavitt to seek re-election

Candidate filing for Boulder City’s 2019 municipal election starts in less than a week, and another resident has announced plans to run for city office.

Fire drums up support for local legend

As one of the best-known rock drummers of the early 1960s, Sandy Nelson knows how important his role is in keeping the rhythm of a composition or tune. The drum’s beat is often the heart and soul of a song.

Aid, discounts offered to furloughed employees

Local businesses are stepping up to help furloughed employees as the partial government shutdown stretches to almost a month.

Hometown Hero: Kahl committed to serve

Teresa “May” Kahl is not one to sit still. She’s always on the go, devoting countless hours to various community organizations. When she finally takes a moment to sit down, odds are she’s in a rocking chair helping raise money for the local senior center.

Second-half push leads to win

Boulder City High School flag football team avoided disaster Monday night, knocking off Chaparral 25-12 in heavy rain conditions.

Eagles’ flat performance belies skills to outperform opponents

Even when not playing up to its potential, Boulder City High School boys basketball team is still a mismatch for other programs. Nowhere was that more evident than their 62-36 rout of rival Virgin Valley on Tuesday, Jan. 15.

Roundup: Wrestlers take silver at Utah meet

Boulder City High School wrestling team won the silver bracket at the Iron Town Duals in Cedar City, Utah, finishing with an overall record of 6-2.

Candidates have much to consider

As one who spent nearly a decade of my life working for the city of Boulder City and serving its residents, I’d like to be so bold as to offer my thoughts to those running for mayor and council. The current mayor and council members might want to consider these words as well.

Train museum gets new engines

The Nevada State Railroad Museum has added two locomotives to its collection.

City manager outlines goals for 2019

City Manager Al Noyola wants to create a historic preservation plan this year and continue to build confidence in Boulder City’s leadership and staff.

News Briefs, Jan. 17

Lake Mead restarts basic visitor services

Animal sanctuary offers ‘Wild’ time

Keepers of the Wild Nature Park is a nonprofit organization providing a safe haven for indigenous and exotic animals that have been abandoned, neglected or abused. Located along one of the most scenic sections of Route 66 in Arizona, it offers a pleasant and educational experience for all ages and is worth a few hours of anyone’s time.

Weekend’s Best Bets, Jan. 17

1 CARING COMMUNITY: Join your fellow residents to show your pride in Boulder City by helping clean up a stretch of Boulder City Parkway. The Boulder City Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the quarterly cleanup from 9-11 a.m. Saturday. Participants will meet in the parking lot in front of Medolac at the corner of Buchanan Boulevard and Boulder City Parkway. Bring gloves, shovels and rakes.

Community Briefs, Jan. 17

Library starts romance book club

Senior Center, Jan. 17

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.

Set limits, rules for children’s use of internet

Here are some tips I would like to share with you to help make your use of the internet safer for you and your children.

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