Q: I planted a pomegranate tree two years ago and this year it produced six fruits. One was of decent size while the others were on the small side. When the large one split, I picked it only to find the inside was light pink. The seeds were well-developed but not the expected red color. What can I do to improve the fruit on this tree?
Nearly everywhere you look in the downtown area these days, there are reminders of why Boulder City came into being — statues, bus stop shelters, murals, even the dam-shaped electronic billboard at Nevada Way and Buchanan Boulevard.
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This week we would like to feature Sheeba in Pet of the Week.
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is home to perhaps the most stunning buttes, mesas, arches and panoramas in the world. So familiar are some of these views, through Western films and television, that even an informal mental list of things to do before “kicking the bucket” often includes seeing them in person.
Today from 4:30 to 8 p.m., 28 Sunflowers Photography plans to host an open house, as well as a food drive for Emergency Aid, at the 900 Buchanan Blvd. studio.
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The Bureau of Reclamation and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints helped refill the food pantry at Emergency Aid, 600 Nevada Highway, with two separate food drives in September.
Although conventional wisdom might say that brothers and sisters generally fight “like cats and dogs,” a glimpse at Matthew Kinney and his big sister, Lesa Kinney Anders, authors of “Dead, But Not for Long,” proves that not to be the case.