The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life drew 500 people in 16 teams for the overnight event April 26-27 to the Boulder City High School track, and raised more than $36,000. The night was filled with music, games, and, most importantly, a group of individuals gathering to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Part of the money raised stays here in Boulder City to fund the Cancer Closet which provides free supplies for those who have cancer. Local sponsors included Albertsons, Jack’s Place, The Dillinger Food & Drinkery, Evan’s Old Town Grille, Dave Olsen, Chamber of Commerce, City of Boulder City, Boulder City High, The Rainbow Girls, Sunrise Rotary, Boulder Dam Brewing, Boulder Dam Credit Union and Qwest Diagnostics.
With childlike incredulity, Gwen Davidson was surprised over and over Friday afternoon as friends at the Senior Center of Boulder City stopped by to wish her a happy 100th birthday.
If there is one thing that Cheree Brennan is passionate about, it’s making sure everyone is safe “in, around and on the water.”
With his dancing blue eyes and impish grin, it’s easy to see why Braxton Ott caught the attention of others.
This summer the Rev. Kimber Govett, pastor at Boulder City United Methodist Church, is bringing what she called a successful drama camp from Phoenix to the youth of Boulder City.
The school bus parked outside of some Henderson breweries four days a week is no ordinary bus. Walk a bit closer, and onlookers will find an open window, with arms reaching out to hand slices of Detroit-style pizza to eager customers.
Q. The berries on my Red Flame grape are shriveling and turning gray but the vine looks healthy. Do you know what the problem is?
Amy Moore Peterson likes to joke that she has a Ph.D. in “been there, done that.” The truth, however, is a more serious matter and she wants to share her experiences so she can help others.
The Boulder City Chamber of Commerce has been invited by Workforce Connections to be involved in its latest partnership in bringing Venture Forward by GoDaddy to Southern Nevada to implement world-class training for local microbusinesses at no cost to them. This will be just one more addition to the no-cost resources that are already offered here in Southern Nevada by Workforce Connections and their partners. Microbusinesses have a proven positive economic impact in a community and need this type of assistance to be an asset to the business environment.
Anglers covered the shorelines at Veterans’ Memorial Park on Saturday as Boulder City hosted the Southern Nevada free fishing day event.
Capt. John C. Fremont, U.S. Army, traversed Nevada at various times in his explorations of the West in 1844-1845. He and his party were prepared for surprises and had seen many strange sights.