Veterans and military personnel gathered Friday at the Nevada State Veterans Home for a solemn prisoner of war/missing in action table ceremony to pay tribute and honor those who served their country but have not returned home. Participants included, from left, Steve Andrascik, specialist fourth class; Gene Altobella, technical sergeant; Carolyn Whaley, airman second class; Felicia Tate, store keeper 2; Sgt. Gregory Evander; and Cpt. Richard Small. The ceremony, presented by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 36, and its auxiliary, recognized all service branches.
What started out as a graduate school project is now a new book about Boulder City written by Tiane Marie, manager of the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum and its collections.
It’s time for local dogs and their owners to “pawty.”
Looking back to Aug. 9, 2018, I remember the trepidation I felt of the unknown outcome resulting from the traffic diversion off the interior roads of Boulder City and on the freshly built Interstate 11. Would businesses close immediately? Would residents now be able to utilize the retail, dining and services on the (Boulder City) Parkway? Would the novelty of the adventure of a new freeway wear off soon? Would Boulder City have done enough preparation for what lay ahead?
Residents and visitors will be able to enjoy grilled brats, beer and a live auction in person at the 25th annual Würst Festival next weekend.
Q. I want to make a hedge using dwarf yew pine (Podocarpus macrophyllus Maki) in a planter box. Will that work for three or four plants? What size do you recommend for at least three to four plants to make that hedge?
You have probably lived at some time in your life in a house or an apartment that did not have a dishwasher. Inconvenient? Sure, but you managed.
Q. I followed some advice on applying a pesticide to kill borers in my fruit trees and now I learned I am killing the bees.
Boulder City is a place of many destinations.
After a year filled with historic moments as the world dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic, Boulder City Chautauqua is adding some much-needed humor into people’s lives.
1 CARS AND CARE: Chilly Jilly’z will celebrate its eighth anniversary with a benefit car show from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday. There will be prizes and drawings; there is a $20 fee to enter the car show. The Patio will be open during the car show. Proceeds will aid the restaurant manager’s mother, who recently had a stroke. The eatery is at 1680 Boulder City Parkway.