45°F
weather icon Clear

Coloring contest winners announced

Creativity and sparkles captured the winning titles in the Boulder City Review’s third annual Christmas coloring contest.

Emmylou Denman, Lucille Keller and Lorna Wolffe won first place in their age divisions, 4-7, 8-12 and 55 and older, respectively.

Each was awarded a $25 gift card and certificate.

The entries were judged on their color, neatness and overall appearance.

All of the entries are featured on the windows of the Boulder City Review office on Nevada Way.

4-7 years old

Emmylou Denman, 4, said she loves coloring and is looking forward to Christmas. She attends Little Lambs Preschool where her favorite teacher is Crystal Guffey.

8-12 years old

Lucille Keller, 11, colored her winning entry during visits to her grandmother’s house.

“I like to draw and use my imagination,” she said.

She attends Dance Etc. and said she is looking forward to performing at Santa’s Electric Night Parade on Saturday.

Seniors 55 and older

Lorna Wolffe said she has been coloring “for quite a while.” She used gel pens and fluorescents to make the colors pop on her entry.

Certificates for the second- and third-place winners are available at the Boulder City Review’s office, 508 Nevada Way, Suite 1.

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
THE LATEST
Nevada’s Yesteryear: Controversy surrounds lake’s name

As stated by Nevada historian Phillip Earl, “Few of Nevada’s geological features have had a history of controversy quite like that of Lake Tahoe, which graces the California-Nevada border.”

Blatchford to represent BC in state pageant

Taylor Blatchford will be representing her beloved hometown by running as Miss Boulder City in the 2023 Miss Nevada competition June 22 and 23 at Bally’s Lake Tahoe in Stateline, Nevada.

Library takes families on storied path through town

An attraction set up by the Boulder City Library takes patrons on a path through local businesses to read a story as they walk.

Slow drains can lead to costly repairs

Nothing puts a kink in your kitchen or bathroom like a backed-up drain. Treat it quickly and avoid an out of commission sink, shower or tub. Let it go from slow drain to standing water and you’ll be in for a messy, smelly, unsanitary and potentially costly repair.

New year brings opportunities to ‘do something’

Happy new year! As we enter 2023, I hope everyone has enjoyed the holidays and is looking forward to the new year. Considerable progress and goal-setting have been happening, and I wanted to share some of that with you.

Senior Center, Jan. 5-11

Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday at 813 Arizona St., 702-293-3320. Visit the center’s website at www.seniorcenterbouldercity.org.

Budd honored by city

Andy Budd, a service plumber technician in the city’s public works department, has been named Boulder City’s employee of the year.