Utility advisory board OK’d

Boulder City is moving forward with creating the utility advisory committee that was tabled in October 2018 despite a wealth of public support at the time.

Race for city seats heats up

As of Wednesday morning, three people have filed candidacy papers to run for mayor and six have filed to run for one of two seats on the City Council in the 2019 municipal election.

Mayor touts city’s new energy, accomplishments

A new energy and positive outlook about Boulder City business and leadership were some of the high points of Mayor Rod Woodbury’s annual State of the City address late last week.

Growing candidate field great for city

Election season in Boulder City shaping up to be interesting.

Nevada, Arizona work to finalize drought plan

Arizona has one week left to approve an emergency plan for the drought-stricken Colorado River, and Nevada officials aren’t just watching the clock run out from the sidelines.

Lady Eagles squeak by

Keeping it too close for comfort, Boulder City High School’s flag football team won a pair of games this week, advancing to 8-3 on the season.

Bailey named coach of year

Kurt Bailey wrapped up his first season as head coach of Boulder City High School’s girls volleyball team by being named 3A coach of the year.

Girls garner season’s first league victory

Boulder City High School’s girls basketball team picked up its first league victory of the season, defeating Somerset Academy Sky Pointe 55-25 on Jan. 17.

Roundup: BCHS defeats Sky Pointe

Flexing their muscles, Boulder City High School’s boys basketball team routed Somerset Academy Sky Pointe 69-42 on Jan. 17.

Business Beat: Preservation efforts go prehistoric

In a town devoted to its historic past, one business is digging deep by going prehistoric.

Library launches monthly book sales

Boulder City Library has started something new for 2019: monthly book sales.

Radner forever tied to ‘Saturday Night’

Boulder City has a strong tie to NBC’s television show “Saturday Night Live,” which is now in its 44th season. Earlier this month I had the pleasure of meeting SNL’s Finesse Mitchell in the green room of a local television station. He was promoting his comedy tour in support of his Showtime special, “The Spirit Told Me to Tell You,” while I was helping to promote the Dam Short Film Festival.

Glaucoma can steal your sight

Half of the people with glaucoma don’t know they have it. Get a healthy start this year by learning about glaucoma and taking steps to reduce your risk of vision loss.

Weekend’s Best Bets, Jan. 24

1 CHOOSE TO ACCEPT: Espionage and action go hand in hand in “Mission Impossible: Fallout,” which will be shown at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Boulder City Library, 701 Adams Blvd. The film follows Ethan Hunt and the IMF team as they join forces with a CIA assassin to prevent a group of terrorists from carrying out three simultaneous nuclear attacks. Bring blankets and snacks.

Names in the News, Jan. 24

Canterbury on president’s list

Senior Center, Jan. 24

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.

News Briefs, Jan. 24

Nominees sought for award

Stay aware, stay safe

Here are some more safety tips to keep in mind. Always be aware of your surroundings, especially at night. Get your exercise or run your errands in the daytime or early evening, not late at night.

Police Blotter, Jan. 24

Jan. 15, 8:04 a.m.

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