Even though the amount of water in Lake Mead continues to decrease, it is not expected to go low enough to stop Hoover Dam’s ability to produce hydropower, according to officials from the Bureau of Reclamation.
With similar positions on controlled growth and preserving the community’s small-town charm, selecting who will serve as Boulder City’s mayor may be more a matter of preference on the candidate’s leadership style and personality.
Change is on the horizon for City Council as voters will have the opportunity to choose two members during the upcoming election.
Eight Boulder City residents are looking to take a leadership role on the city’s governing body. Three are seeking to become mayor and five are vying for two seats on the City Council.
James Howard Adams
You will notice that a majority of this week’s issue is devoted to the upcoming primary election. And rightfully so.
A Boulder City mom is using her experience of raising a son with autism to help others.
Dominant throughout the postseason, Boulder City High School’s boys varsity volleyball team earned a spot in the 3A state championship game for the second consecutive season, after routing Chaparral and Coral Academy during its most recent slate of games.
Boulder City High School’s softball team is looking for its first state championship since 2010.
Boulder City High School’s girls swimming team finished in first place at regionals, while the boys finished second.
When I was 16 years old, I wrote an essay for my English class that detailed a day spent in Boulder City with my now-husband. I will save myself the embarrassment of including actual quotes, but the essay evoked the quiet contentment that comes from a day of eating pizza, playing in the library fountain and sneaking up Radar Mountain for a sunset hike.
Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review
The little, quiet, small town of Austin we know today was once a bustling midstate contemporary of Virginia City. About 165 miles east of Virginia City, it spawned many more mineral strikes than in the Comstock area.
1 THEY HAVE HEART: First responders will be honored when Boulder City Hospital Foundation hosts its 11th annual Heart of the Community Gala on Saturday in the pavilion at Boulder Creek Golf Club. The festivities start at 5:30 p.m. and include silent and live auctions. Those who are unable to attend can bid on silent auction items at https://HospitalGala22.givesmart.com. For more information, visit https://bchcares.org/heart-community-gala or call 702-293-0214.