Grand jury indicts driver in fatal crash with murder

A Clark County grand jury has indicted the driver involved in March’s fatal crash in Boulder City on two felony charges including second-degree murder.

Down but not out

The journey became tougher for Boulder City Little League Junior All-Stars at the Western Regional tournament, but they shouldn’t be counted out just yet.

Need to inform comes first

Have you ever had one of those “aha” moments, when a bunch of seemingly random events coalesce into something with great meaning?

Restaurant Week Debuts

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City improves website’s ease of use

Boulder City’s website has a new design that makes it easier for people to use.

Practice makes perfect

Attending their first summer skills camp in five years, Boulder City High School gained some much needed practice reps in Emmett, Idaho.

Porter ready for national triathlon

Ethan Porter, a junior at Boulder City High School, will compete in the 2019 USA Triathlon Junior National Championship on Saturday in West Chester, Ohio.

News Briefs, Aug. 1

Fire in park controlled

History can be preserved without a full-time planner

Is there much question that we live in a community with a significant history? There is that big concrete plug in the Colorado River just down the road that is an engineering wonder of the world. You know, Hoover Dam. And we are the home of Hoover Dam.

Sports Briefs, Aug. 1

Volleyball team wins tourney

Expo to showcase ‘Artists in Action’

The chance to learn more about the creative process artists use will highlight Saturday’s Artists in Action expo.

Retreat aims to foster women’s leadership skills

Boulder Dam Credit Union is fostering leadership skills in women by offering a special one-day retreat focusing on issues that will help them succeed.

Hangar might be suitable dining hall

The city and other concerned groups have been trying to figure out how to make a historically sensitive reuse of the old airport south of Boulder City Parkway.

‘Pack’ event benefits Emergency Aid

Emergency Aid of Boulder City is one of 10 Southern Nevada food banks benefiting from Southwest Gas’ community initiatives to help tackle hunger issues facing residents.

Stretch dollars with comfort food favorite

There are few foods more comforting than good old-fashioned meatloaf. I’m always surprised how much my family loves this humble dish, especially the kids. Who knew happiness could come in such an unassuming little package?

Detective, his diligence will be missed

I will be taking a break from the review of Nevada’s new laws this week to pay tribute to one of our own Boulder City officers who died this week. Detective Ron Miller unexpectedly died at his home in Henderson.

Beach area long on adventures

Long Beach, California, is an especially good summer destination, if you like to augment beach time with other adventures. Highlights in Long Beach include touring the famous ocean liner Queen Mary, the Aquarium of the Pacific, taking a harbor cruise and walking along the boardwalk at Shoreline Village.

City Recreation, Aug. 1

Free youth volleyball clinic

Community Briefs, Aug. 1

Elks to hold monthly bingo game

Senior Center, Aug. 1

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 officials, staff schooled on open meeting law

Participation by public officials on social media could be problematic with Nevada’s open meeting law, according to a recent training session for Boulder City staff and officials.

Recession delayed waterline extension

Despite seeming like a new project, the groundwork for the Eldorado Valley waterline extension began almost 16 years ago.

All-Stars win Little League state title

Finding redemption after last year’s heartbreaking loss, Boulder City Little League Junior All-Stars claimed the Nevada championship on Sunday, July 21, defeating Mountain Ridge from District 4, 8-7.

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