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Pool committee to form

As City Council members considered the formation of a committee to study construction of a new pool or repairing the existing facility, a former councilman encouraged them to discuss business in public “with the lights on.”

Goya’s innovation recognized

Clark County Clerk and Boulder City resident Lynn Goya has been recognized nationally for improving the process of licensing marriage officiants.

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Locals relish chance to learn more about Castro

The opportunity to hear firsthand about potential national policies is drawing locals’ attention as the fourth of 20 Democratic presidential candidates visited town last week.

School starts Monday

Monday, Aug. 12, is the first day of the 2019-2020 school year for the public schools in Boulder City.

Retailers join inaugural restaurant week

The inaugural Boulder City Best Dam Restaurant Week is underway, and it now includes a chance for people to enjoy more than food.

Man pleads not guilty to murder charge

The driver involved in March’s fatal crash in Boulder City pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder and reckless driving.

New laws affect towing, cellphone use

This week, I continue my recap of new Nevada laws that may be of interest, including those affecting towing in residential areas and the use of cellphones.

Police Blotter, Aug. 8

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News Briefs, Aug. 8

Utility group holds first meeting

Excessive heat warning issued

The National Weather Service in Las Vegas has issued an excessive heat warning for the area for the next few days.

Castro to visit Boulder City

U.S. presidential candidate Julian Castro will be in Boulder City on Friday, Aug. 2. He will meet with local residents at a private residence around 1 p.m.