Boulder City Police Department is building its bond with community residents one whinny at a time.
Garrett Junior High School and Boulder City High School are seeing more stars than last year, as both institutions have been awarded five-star ratings by the state.
A discussion about installing new athletic fields at a city park dominated a recent meeting about capital improvement projects.
This week marked the passing of two people who played key roles in Boulder City’s history.
Boulder City High School’s football team proved it’s a true contender in the 3A classification with a statement win, knocking off rival Pahrump Valley 20-18 on Friday.
Keeping with a 15-year tradition, the Mitchell-Stankovic family of Boulder City has created an educational display about the U.S. Constitution at Boulder City Library. The display was created in honor of Constitution Week, which is marked annually by Daughters of the American Revolution, Silver State Chapter.
Boulder City High School girls volleyball team started the league play on a positive note, defeating rivals Virgin Valley on Sept. 12 and Sunrise Mountain on Monday.
Continuing their winning ways, Boulder City High School girls soccer team advanced to 6-2-1 on the season, already surpassing last season’s win total of five.
Longtime Boulder City resident Vernon Burk died Sept. 11 after battling mesothelioma. He was 88.
Laura Godbey Kelly Smith, whose family was part of the original 31ers in Boulder City, died Sept. 7 at the age of 90.
Thank you, summer. It’s been a blast, but we’ve had our fill of scorching heat and dusty days. We know better than anyone how wonderful it feels when the leaves begin to change, temperatures drop and autumnal bliss is in the air. It may not be here yet, but we know it’s coming.
◀ Shannon Chavez of the Senior Center of Boulder City puts some whipped cream on Joe Rowe’s dish of ice cream during an ice cream social at the center Friday.
A few weeks ago, I went into a bar at 2 o’clock in the afternoon. As I walked in, I was greeted by three Boulder City gentlemen I hadn’t seen in some time. Of course, the first thing they asked was why I was in a bar at two in the afternoon. I explained I was having a meeting, and they hadn’t seen me because I had been really busy with some serious “stuff.”
The Boulder City Chamber of Commerce and the Southern Nevada Railroad Museum co-sponsored a rather unusual community briefing in a facility on Yucca Street on Sept. 12.
Leavitt to seek re-election
Committee will bring needed details about pool, finances
Early Boulder City topic of talk
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.
I continue my recap of new Nevada laws that may be of interest.
Sept. 10, 7:51 p.m.