Boulder City Sunrise Rotary Club recently donated $2,000 and a truckload of food to Emergency Aid of Boulder City to assist needy residents this holiday season.
Summer is in full swing in Boulder City and with it comes free time, vacation and hot temperatures.
Weddings are a special time for family and friends to gather together to celebrate the union of two people in love.
Nevada’s Legislators come to Carson City every two years for in-person bill drafting and voting. During their “offseason,” as it were, they continue to communicate with constituents and stay on top of political activity statewide and on a national basis.
Q. The new growth on my bottle tree I bought in 2018 is dying (crusty), starting a month or so ago. After talking to the local nursery, I increased the watering and soaked it for about an hour and it now looks worse. I’m watering six days a week and each time the tree is getting 22 gallons.
As residents of the “city that built Hoover Dam,” most of us are aware of its impact upon the community. Not as many, however, know how far the shadow it casts reaches.
When the weather forecast shows a heat reprieve of triple digits under 110, we know this heat wave is more like a heat “tsunami.” These extreme temperatures call for extreme measures of readiness in order to safeguard our homes, cars, pets and loved ones, especially those who are most vulnerable.
July 4 this year was on a Sunday, the first time since 2010. It marked the 245th anniversary since the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia. And so here we are today.
Celia Shortt Goodyear/Boulder City Review
An aptitude test he took in eighth grade gave Nathaniel Gee his first inkling that a career as an author might be something he would be interested in.
Netflix’s new movie “Blue Miracle” has all the makings of a summer blockbuster.