Boulder City Police Department held a graduation ceremony Nov. 12 for its 2015 Citizen’s Academy class. Sixteen Boulder City residents completed the course, which gave them an insider’s view of the life of a police officer.
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Families are trying to celebrate Thanksgiving this year in as normal a way as possible even though it could be different because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The inaugural Boulder City Review Christmas coloring contest showcased the best of the holiday spirit from community members of all ages.
There isn’t much that will stop Dale Ryan from spreading holiday joy each December. Not his wife’s cancer diagnosis. Not a worldwide pandemic.
In the midst of a pandemic, social distancing and distance learning, Boulder City High School found a way to celebrate Homecoming 2020 and crown the court by way of a virtual pep rally.
One of the best things about the Thanksgiving holiday is enjoying the wonderful leftovers. Now, I don’t know about your post-turkey-day turkey, but mine usually has no legs, or thighs but lots of leftover breast. If that happens to your turkey too, then you’re going to love this week’s recipe: Turkey Divan.
In the midst of all the negativity circling the world right now, a local educator has made a way for people to focus on kindness.
In a year that’s already proven “interesting,” Thanksgiving will be no exception. Lots of folks are hosting smaller gatherings, meaning fewer people to bring dishes or help in the kitchen. Some may be making their very first Thanksgiving dinner. To assist in making this a low stress, enjoyable holiday for all, I offer a few tips.
Thanksgiving 2020 may be different than anything we have known in our lifetimes due to the virus pandemic and that is most unfortunate.
In celebration of World Kindness Day on Friday, Cox Communications is underwriting the cost of admission to three local museums throughout the month of November.