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.
The Silver State Chapter recently announced that Marilyn Adair has received an appointment from Daughters of the American Revolution National Society. Adair has been appointed to the Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service advisory committee for Southern Nevada. The three-year appointment runs from Sept. 1 to Aug. 31, 2016.
Detective Sgt. John Glenn was named the city’s employee of the year at the annual Employee Appreciation and Service Awards event Aug. 24.
Five students living in Boulder City were sponsored by U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to attend the sixth annual National Clean Energy Summit that was held Aug. 13.
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An 82-year-old widow, who wishes to remain anonymous, read an article in the Boulder City Review explaining the city’s amnesty program for building projects erected without a permit and went to building official Ron Nybo to apply for a permit for a patio cover.
Dance Etc. teachers Sarah Vanetti, 20, and Jayme Server, 21, began performing in Super Summer Theatre’s production of “Legally Blonde the Musical” Aug. 7. Super Summer Theatre is an outdoor theater venue in Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.
Luanna Mitchell is gone now, and there is a hole in the world where she used to live.
The Boulder City Library is at 701 Adams Blvd.
Dareian Kujawa, local dance teacher at Dance Etc., goes from reality show star in “So You Think You Can Dance” to a full-time dancing position for “Love,” a Cirque du Soleil work inspired by The Beatles.
With two nearly decades as a pyschologist in Boulder City — first with a hospital program and then private practice — Brent Dennis has finally put down roots in his own building at 555 California Ave.
Chamber of Commerce member Alesia Martin is opening Too Cute to Cut! Custom Cakes, a home bakery. A grand opening will be held at the Martin home, 1222 Paiute Drive, Saturday at 6:30 p.m. The opening of Too Cute to Cut! Custom Cakes will present samples of different cakes and desserts for potential customers to try.
Approximately 40 local kids participated in the city’s Parks and Recreation Department’s 13th annual Cardboard Boat Race on July 17. Nearly 100 boat “cheerleaders,” mostly parents and families, learn-to–swim participants, and deep water aerobics class members that also stayed to cheer the participants on.