Here’s a few more ways to know if your “award winning” phone call or letter might be a scam.
Dec. 3, 10:31 a.m.
The holiday season officially starts today in Boulder City, and with it come several long-standing traditions throughout the weekend.
The holiday season is a time when many people give, but it can also be a time when fake nonprofit organizations try to dupe them out of their money.
More changes have come to the Boulder City-Hoover Dam Museum, as it is adding a new exhibit and moving its gift store.
Members of the community are invited to share their memories of the late Councilman Warren Harhay during an informal reception his family is hosting Sunday afternoon.
Today is one of those days that I wish we could deliver more than just an ordinary two-dimensional newspaper.
The holiday season just wouldn’t be complete for Kristy Gildner and her family if she didn’t make pecan balls.
Noah Whitney, a second grader at Grace Christian Academy, won second place in the Boulder City Review’s third annual Christmas Cookie and Candy Contest with his classic candy cane cookies.
Olivia Hull swept the candy category in this year’s Boulder City Review Christmas Cookie and Candy Contest.
With the holiday season arriving in Boulder City, so have the Christmas light displays. To help navigate through them, the Boulder City Review is compiling a list of great ones to see. Some are included in today’s paper, and others will be included in future issues.
Christmastime is a season of giving often delivered in a big box of stress.
DEC. 5, LUMINARIA AND LAS POSADAS:
Boulder City High School’s boys basketball team lost to 4A teams Basic 69-58 on Monday and Green Valley 46-41 on Tuesday, but have silver linings to fall back on.
Splitting a pair of games against 4A opponents to start the season, Boulder City High School girls basketball team will rely on team play as it moves forward.
Boulder City High School’s flag football team opened the season with a win, dominating Western 28-6 on Tuesday.
The year 2019 is drawing to a close. It has been a year of change for Boulder City in significant ways. The Interstate 11 bypass has been open for more than a year.
Cleveland DeWolf spoke to the Romeo breakfast group Nov. 19. His story was so interesting that I got out my notepad to share it with you.
Have you ever wondered what children say to Santa Claus when they sit on his lap?
Puff pastry is a freezer staple year-round, but I find myself using it constantly during holiday season. It’s ease is matched only by its versatility.
Seventy is a magic number for Boy Scout Troop 7 this year.
Mosaic Canyon in Death Valley National Park, California, is a great hiking choice for all ages and abilities depending on how far you venture. This is a good choice if you have children along or people in your group that can’t travel very far because in this canyon just hiking one quarter of a mile you’ll experience the beauty of the place and be able to admire the natural mosaics.
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City property vandalized
1 JOIN THE PARADE: Floats, bands, marching groups and more will parade downtown for the annual Santa’s Electric Night Parade. The parade, presented by Boulder City Chamber of Commerce, begins at 4:30 p.m. Saturday and travels primarily along Nevada Way before turning down Fifth Street.
Handbell choir sets free concert
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.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, state and local health departments, and other clinical and public health partners are investigating a multistate outbreak of e-cigarette, or vaping, product-use-associated lung injury. As of Nov. 5, 39 deaths have been confirmed in 24 states and the District of Columbia.
Plenty of contests are run by reputable marketers and nonprofits, but every day people lose thousands of dollars to prize scams.
Nov. 26, 3:52 p.m.