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Seen on Scene: At the State of the City

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Enjoying the social period before the annual State of the City address Jan. 19 were, from left, Linda Faiss; Regent Andrea Anderson, who sits on the Nevada System of Higher Education; Councilman Duncan McCoy; and Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow.

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Kimberly Diehm, left, and Anne Karr were among those attending the annual State of the City address Jan. 19.

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

Among those attending Boulder City’s annual State of the City address Jan. 19 were, from left, J.J. Johnson; Cameron Johnson; the Rev. Sandy Johnson, who gave the invocation; Sheri Malone; and Benny Malone.

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