The figure is impressive to say the least.
Boulder City High School saw 125 students graduate Tuesday night at Bruce Eaton Field. Dozens of students have received college scholarships totaling just under $7.5 million. It was the school’s 82nd graduating class.
During the pandemic, many had to find creative or alternative ways to put food on the table. For Sara Ramthun, she found not only a way to put food on her table but on the table of many others as well.
The Boulder Theatre will soon be open to the public, if only for a weekend, thanks to a pair of performances by Dance Etc.
We all know cool shade is a hot commodity during summer months. The amount of shade around our home determines whether outdoor living spaces are something we can enjoy as days get longer and sun gets stronger. Besides making us feel more comfortable, shade can help keep the sun from fading or damaging our yard furniture, plants, equipment, etc. Shade abutting a home can reduce heat gain, making indoors cooler and more energy efficient.
Garrett Junior High Principal Melanie Teemant may have summed it up best when she asked, “Where else do you see this?”
The distance between Boulder City and Phoenix is roughly 250 miles. Now imagine walking or running that distance and not on the roadway but rather over mountains and rough terrain.
It’s one of the most memorable nights in a young adult’s life. But it can also be one of the most tragic.
When the 2023 inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were announced last week, one newer resident of Boulder City had more of an emotional stake in the outcome than most.
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Whether it’s in the grocery store aisle, sitting on the dais of City Council or as the voice of Boulder City, Mike Pacini is easily one of the most recognizable people in town.
While the two-day event is filled with fun, food and festivities, more than 275 hours are spent just in the planning process.
At the Boulder City Municipal Pool, there is a dynamic duo of lifeguards who together shatter stereotypes as they keep swimmers safe.
For the past 80 years, the Boulder City Library has served the community by offering books and programs for generations of residents.
Martha P. King Elementary students were cheered on by older students to encourage them to perform well on their state assessment tests.