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Seen on Scene: At New Year’s Eve Celebrations

Benjamin and Danielle Laudensack of Boulder City attend the New Year’s Eve bash at the Boulder Dam Brewing Co. on Saturday. Danielle said she was excited for the big plans the two have for 2017.

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Jessica Hall, from left, of Boulder City, Alexx Martinez of Henderson and Nicole Barber of Boulder City enjoy a few drinks at the Boulder City Brewing Co.’s bash to ring in the new year.

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Brandon Poe and his mother, Tracie Poe, both of Henderson, attend the New Year’s Bash at the Boulder Dam Brewing Co. on Saturday night to catch the Great Jones band, featuring their friend John Pacini.

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Steve Pickner, from left, along with Larry, Kelly and Whitney Weinheimer, all of Henderson, were excited to ring in the new year Saturday night at The Dillinger Food and Drinkery in downtown Boulder City.

Sam Gullo, from left, Bailey Hagen and Karissa Kanger of Boulder City arrive at The Dillinger Food and Drinkery Saturday night to celebrate New Year’s Eve with music and cocktails.

Kirk Logugullo, from left, Mark Czarniak and John Topchi, all of Boulder City, have a few beers as they prepare to ring in the new year Saturday night at The Dillinger Food and Drinkery in downtown Boulder City.

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