A second set of human remains have been found at Lake Mead National Recreation Area this month and police are not currently investigating the person’s death as a homicide.
The community is one step closer to having a new permanent dog park after City Council decided to convert an existing softball field into one.
Barring another pandemic or other unforeseen event, the Real ID compliance date is just under a year away.
Dozens of friends and relatives crowded into a Las Vegas courtroom Tuesday as a Henderson psychologist was sentenced to a maximum of 10 years in prison for killing his wife in 2015.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority has put its low-lake-level pumping station into service to secure access to the water in Lake Mead as the level continues to drop but is still urging water conservation to preserve the supply.
The human remains found in a barrel at Lake Mead this past weekend are being investigated as a decades-old homicide.
New operational adjustments to protect Lake Powell in Arizona have already been taken into account for operations at Lake Mead and will not adversely affect it.
Boulder City’s Public Works Director Keegan Littrell is leaving his position and taking a job with Henderson as a city engineer.
Boulder City mayoral and City Council candidates were able to share their thoughts and ideas on local issues at a recent candidate forum.
Another level of hospitality could be coming to Boulder City by way of a proposed recreational vehicle resort.
The Shane Patton Foundation is going to have to wait a little longer to erect a statue of its namesake so that formal city guidelines can be created and other committees can weigh in on the project.
Local restaurateur Matt Fox of Fox Smokehouse BBQ has big plans for the eatery at the Boulder Dam Hotel.
Residents who have completed unpermitted home renovations or remodels can have their penalty fees waived through the city’s upcoming amnesty program.
Occupational therapists ask, “What matters to you?” as opposed to “What’s the matter with you?” People who need assistance with daily living tasks will work with their occupational therapy practitioners to regain skills and get the support they need with physical and cognitive changes.
A member of the Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club is bringing a new class to the facility that is geared to helping people learn how to save lives.
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Jingle Cat dances to some Christmas music before the community Christmas tree at Frank Crowe Park is lit Friday.
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