City to hold self accountable

Boulder City’s new strategic plan will not be forgotten like the previous one, according to staff and City Council.

Spread love today and every day

It’s Valentine’s Day and love is in the air and all around us.

Eagles claim league title

Boulder City High School boys basketball team remains undefeated in league play after Feb. 6 and Tuesday, Feb. 12, victories over Chaparral and Sunrise Mountain, claiming its first 3A Sunrise League title since 2012.

Two claim titles at state meet

Seniors Jimmy Dunagan and Ryan Vanario became the first Eagles to claim individual wrestling titles since Brandon Foster’s 2013 win, ending Boulder City High School’s state championship drought.

News Briefs, Feb. 14

City Council candidate issues statement about arrest

Group aims to spread hope through song

They sing. They dance. They serve the community. They spread positive messages wherever they travel. They are Up With People.

Behind the Chalkboard, Feb. 14

Welcome to Behind the Chalkboard, which gives readers an inside look at the teachers in the community and why they do what they do, as well as giving them a glimpse of their lives outside of the classroom.

Roundup: Girls remain at top of league

Remaining atop the 3A Sunrise League, Boulder City High School’s girls basketball team cruised to a pair of victories, defeating a Sunrise Mountain on Tuesday, Feb. 12, and Chaparral on Feb. 6.

Clogged aerator may reduce water pressure

Whenever we turn on our faucets, we expect a good level of water pressure and steady column of water flow. Our local utility company initially controls water pressure to our home, but many factors can reduce water pressure. When your faucet doesn’t have enough oomph to, say, rinse off a plate, or flows irregularly, there are basic DIY repairs a homeowner can make that don’t require special plumbing skills.

Chocolate dipped berries easy to make

It’s Valentine’s Day. The holiday of love, or as my single friends call it — Independence Day.

Actress’s tie to town ‘Reward’ing

Actress Yvette Mimieux has a direct tie to Boulder City. In 1965, Mimieux starred in a film titled “The Reward.” According to NevadaFilm.com, “The Reward” was partially filmed at Lake Mead.

‘Intellectual picket lines’ questionable

An attorney criticized Gladys Knight for crossing an “intellectual picket line” by singing the national anthem prior to the Super Bowl. His client, Colin Kaepernick, a former NFL quarterback, had used his fame for social justice issues and knelt during the national anthem.

Library seeks opinions on services, performance

Boulder City Library is conducting a phone survey of 300 households in town to learn their opinions on a variety of issues.

Seen on Scene: At the Dam Short Film Festival

Ron and Wendy Krajewski of Henderson greet the audience after the screening of the documentary “My Paintbrush Bites” on Friday at the 15th annual Dam Short Film Festival at Boulder Theatre. The film documented the life of their late horse, Metro, who learned how to paint.

Fort’s remains offer look into area’s past

Fort Piute, California, lies just outside Nevada’s southern tip, in the extreme eastern portion of the 1.6 million-acre Mojave National Preserve. Once you get there you’ll find not only the remains of an old military outpost, but also a tiny oasis around a perennial stream and American Indian petroglyphs.

Weekend’s Best Bets, Feb. 14

1 COUNTING THE YEARS: Boulder Dam Brewing Co. will celebrate its 12th “annibrewsary” Saturday with a party featuring live music from Elysium of Phoenix, prize drawings, drink and dining specials and tapping of its 12th Annibrewsary Ale, a black coffee IPA. The festivities will begin at 7 p.m. at the Brewpub, 453 Nevada Way. Call 702-243-2739 or visit www.boulderdambrewing.com for more information.

Senior Center, Feb. 14

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.

City Recreation, Feb. 14

Girls 3-on-3 league concludes

Call type determines officers’ response

A few people have inquired about why they have seen a police or fire vehicle traveling fast without lights or sirens. The United States is made up of 50 individual states that each have the authority to establish its own traffic laws. That’s why traffic rules in the U.S. are such a mishmash of sometimes conflicting regulations.

Police Blotter, Feb. 14

Feb. 5, 10:30 a.m.

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