Wake up and smell the pumpkin spice! The holidays are coming and your home is about to go into overdrive. Now’s the time to knock out both seasonal home maintenance and holiday preparation, before the days get shorter and the to-do list gets longer.
The public is encouraged to come out to a free event, which features some of the top entertainers Boulder City has to offer.
Garrett Junior High School’s Flight and Space teacher, Ryan Pusko, invited his brother, Dr. Matthew Pusko, to speak with our sixth-grade students on Friday, Sept. 29. Dr. Pusko teaches at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Engineering and came to inspire and educate our STEM students. Dr. Pusko’s visit was part of an effort from UNLV to expose students to the careers of the future and to ignite their passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Seems like there’s a National Day, Week, or Month for just about anything these days.
During the last 20 years, the Dam Short Film Festival has gained in popularity and is considered one of the best of its kind.
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When we think solar power we envision large solar panels on roofs, atop parking structures, and now blanketing miles of our dry lake bed.
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Norma Vally credits her ability to put a hammer to a nail or a wrench to a pipe on one person – her dad.
Bret Runion has an uncanny knack of remembering a house he sold 30 years ago, who bought it, who sold it and in what year. And if you give him a few extra seconds, he could probably tell you the coloring of carpeting in each.
Photos by Ron Eland/Boulder City Review
For many, turning the big 4-0 is a milestone. But for Bill Strachan, this milestone takes on a whole different meaning.
“The music goes round and round and it comes out here.” That’s a lyric from a vintage song.
Walking my dogs around the neighborhood, early in the morning to beat the heat, I’ve noticed residents being mindful of water usage, taking steps to conserve in multiple ways. Several homes within a six-block radius have removed or are in the process of replacing their grass with desertscape (xeriscape) or artificial grass. Early morning watering schedules are being adhered to – before 9 a.m., for optimal lawn health and water conservation.
When my friend learned there was asbestos in the roof of a house he was looking to buy in Boulder City, it reminded me that the scarlet letter ‘A’ of building materials is something to be wary of when you own a home.