Elementary students will return to campus

Some of Boulder City’s youngest students will be back on campus in less than a month.

City expands vaccine program

Boulder City has increased its COVID-19 vaccine offerings and now residents ages 65-69 are eligible to receive them.

Financial outlook improved

Boulder City’s financial outlook for the next five years has improved, but the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are still unknown, according to city leadership.

Field of council candidates grows

Four Boulder City residents have officially joined the race this week for one of two open seats on the City Council, bringing the total number of candidates to 12.

Look for the good

Last week I wrote about our nation having hope and needing healing. Based on comments I received on social media and email, I can see we have a long way to go — a very long way.

City eyes grant to preserve water filtration plant

The process to preserve the local historic water filtration plant could start later this year as the city plans to seek grant money to help pay for the project.

Film fest begins Feb. 11

The 17th annual Dam Short Film Festival starts streaming next week and with it comes more than 160 original films for people to watch.

City makes progress vaccinating residents

I have heard the suggestion that we should give January of 2021 back to 2020 and start 2021 in this month of February as January presented so many of the same challenges we have had to confront. February does in fact hold promise for beginning the process of recovery from all the hardships and stress the COVID-19 pandemic has inflicted on us.

Prioritize spending for public projects

How would you react if a store stocked merchandise few customers were interested in buying and those few customers who did buy were unwilling to pay the fully burdened price? Would you, a nonpurchaser, willingly subsidize stocking and distribution costs?

Team supports local airmen

The Air Force bases of Nellis and Creech play a large part in the local economy. Thousands of airmen and their families live and work in the area and spend their paychecks buying food, gasoline and other needed items. Like many civilians, sometimes they find themselves hurting financially. Fortunately there are organizations that have been formed to help those airmen who require assistance, the foremost of which is the Nellis Support Team, or NST.

Hospital given two defibrillator monitors

Boulder City Hospital recently received two LIFEPAK 12 defibrillator monitors valued at more than $5,000 from Samuel Scheller, CEO of Guardian Elite Medical Services.

Get leg up on game day feast

Fun fact: Next to Thanksgiving, the Super Bowl is the second biggest food holiday. When it comes to the Super Bowl some foods are just traditional, like Buffalo chicken wings. But I’m going to be bold and suggest we ditch the chicken wings this year and swap in chicken legs. What?

Winter makes canyon views more grand

Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park is one of the most popular destinations in the world. The hub of the park is the South Rim, about a 4½-hour drive from Boulder City. This breathtaking canyon is as wide as 18 miles in some places, and it’s 1 mile deep to where the Colorado River runs 277 miles through it.

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