The sky is literally the limit for Class of 2020 member Landon Key, who earned his commercial pilot’s license Saturday — a day after his 18th birthday — and dreams of flying for a living.
Hope Blatchford considers herself a typical high school student.
The valedictorians and salutatorian of Boulder City High School’s Class of 2020 are excited about the future and thankful for their time in town despite their senior year not going as planned or expected.
On what would have been the night of their graduation, members of Boulder City High School’s class of 2020 will parade through town to celebrate their accomplishments.
The poster contest for the Dam Short Film Festival returns for its second incarnation and area artists are being asked to submit entries.
Memorial Day weekend fills me with gratitude as we honor our veterans who made possible the freedom we so often take for granted. It’s a weekend of recognition and thanks.
Oftentimes on TV Westerns, and the better Western movies, there is a big gunfight between the good guy and the bad guy. I saw it happen a lot on the popular TV show “Gunsmoke.” Even the opening scene for many years showed one: Matt Dillon in a quick-draw contest with someone. But it was really just the same gunfight shown over and over in the opening credits.
Phenomenal. Amazing. Appreciative.
Boulder City Parks and Recreation employees Jen Spinkelink, left, and Linda Estes cheer on the class of 2020 during the Tiny Tots graduation parade on Colorado Street on May 7.
Our stay-at-home order has inspired people to find ways to keep active while maintaining social distancing. As a result, folks are “taking it to the streets” and walking, myself included.
In anticipation of rising meat prices, purchase limits and supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19, here are some tricks, tips and techniques to serve less meat (and chances are your family won’t even notice).
Local churches are not letting the pandemic stop them from tending to the spiritual well-being of their congregants.
This Sunday is Mother’s Day. Since many of our favorite places to celebrate may be closed, let’s get creative. Perhaps you’d like to “take” mom to her own personal French bistro for brunch?
The uncertainty of when and how to reopen is making it difficult for local restaurants that are trying to weather through the storm of being closed.
Being kind has always been a hallmark of Boulder City residents. As the nation and world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, residents are once again showing their caring nature and compassion for others.