The latest beauty salon in Boulder City opened last month, but will host its grand opening Aug. 17
Mike Upchurch, Boulder City class of 1983, has gone from school track and field star to Emmy winner for his work in television.
A 30-something husband and wife sit at the kitchen table, a stack of unpaid bills staring them in the face.
Local musician Phil Esser isn’t retiring, he’s just tired.
The Nevada Health Centers brought its mammovan to Vons’ parking lot on Nevada Highway on July 12 to recognize the grocery chain’s $300,000 donation to the mammovan program. Wendy Wood, the center’s director of operations, discusses the van’s operations with state senator and local doctor Joe Hardy, right, while looking on, from left, is Mayor Roger Tobler, Vons district area manager Tom Nelson, and Vons Foundation Director Carlos Illingworth. The center’s mammovan program is designed to bring mammogram screenings to Nevadans who lack money, insurance or transportation to access a breat-cancer screening.
St. Andrew Catholic Community member Frank Dempsey delivers a truck load of food to the Emergency Aid as part of the church’s regular food drive. July’s donation included many jars of peanut butter, which are needed to help nourish the many children that are eating at home during the nonschool months of summer.
Local volunteer and previous chamber executive Cheryl Ferrence died at the age of 67 on July 11.
Monday is poker for the residents of the long-term care facility at the Boulder City Hospital. Tuesday is an outing to a Strip hotel, museum or exhibit or perhaps a bit of shopping. Thursday is sing-a-long with volunteers John Mondt and Mary Ann Pyne. Friday is family night, complete with dinner and dancing. Saturday is entertainment from Boulder City resident and pianist Charlie Shaffer.
When Sandy Stratton Johnson took over the leadership of the Boulder City United Methodist Church last year, one of her biggest challenges was to grow the church.