As we look back on 2017, we stop to reflect on the images that made an impact on our lives.
For several years now, Hemenway Park has been a popular stop for residents and visitors with the hopes of seeing Boulder City’s unofficial mascot – bighorn sheep.
Call it an unfortunate side effect of the world’s increasingly online modern existence or maybe just the last examples of a phenomenon as old as civilization but reports of scams are on the upswing.
No municipality in the country has been able to totally avoid the negative effects of the opioid epidemic, Not even Clean, Green Boulder City.
Last month, the nearly 3,000 members of the Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club were caught off guard as four of the existing board members all resigned, effective immediately.
Much has been made of the recent designation of Boulder City as an International Dark Sky Community.
For many parents, the idea of their child following in their career footsteps is a source of great pride. For Scott Boyce and family, it’s much greater, which is appropriate considering where he works.
Editor’s Note: This is the second of a two-part series featuring Boulder City firefighters who assisted with the aftermath of the Maui fires.
Kristi Miller remembers when she had more than one choice for grocery shopping in Boulder City.
If you follow news coverage of the comings and goings and doings of the City of Boulder City —and especially the comings and goings of money from city coffers —you will have, no doubt, noticed a new term that is thrown around with some frequency over the past few years.
The Boulder City High School Eagles played host last Thursday to Valley High School. Lightning and rain were forecast but Mother Nature cooperated as the entire game was played and the Eagles won, 45-8.