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New eatery to have historic feel

A local couple is looking to give an old building in Boulder City’s historic district new life as a place to eat, drink and hang out.

Dog park options explored

City Council is exploring whether to create a local dog park despite a difference of opinion on how to accommodate pets in the area.

McNay joins council race; primaries set

Boulder City resident Valerie McNay joined the race for City Council, declaring her candidacy March 17, the last day of the filing period.

New marshals patrol desert conservation area

Two of Boulder City’s newest public safety officers have found their dream jobs as desert conservation marshals.

City gets $1M to upgrade wastewater plant

Boulder City will receive $1 million to repair its wastewater treatment facility thanks to a bill recently approved by Congress.

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Candidate pool for municipal election grows

Candidate filing for Boulder City’s 2022 municipal election continues through 5 p.m. today, March 17, and seven residents have officially filed papers to run as of noon Wednesday, March 16.

‘Ram Cam’ to shine spotlight on local bighorn

The Parks and Recreation Department is working on a new way to share one of Boulder City’s treasures with the rest of the world: a 24/7 live feed of the bighorn sheep at Hemenway Valley Park.

State mandates will boost court costs

The Boulder City Municipal Court will need to operate seven days a week starting in July because of new state mandates and staff is asking that $300,000 be added to the city’s proposed 2023 fiscal year budget to pay for those changes.

Candidate filing period underway

Candidate filing for Boulder City’s 2022 municipal election began Monday and five residents have officially declared their intention to run.

City seeks help for ways to spend funds

The community’s help is being sought in determining how the city should spend the $21.7 million it has been allocated through the American Rescue Plan Act.

Donations pour in for animal shelter

The community, near and far, is throwing its support behind the Boulder City Animal Control Shelter, providing an unexpected windfall of food and funds for the facility.

McManus, Adams to seek re-election; Bridges opts out of second term

Mayor Kiernan McManus and Councilman James Howard Adams have announced their intentions to seek re-election and Councilwoman Claudia Bridges said she will not be seeking a second term as the filing period for candidates nears.

Morris cleared of ethics complaint

Former City Attorney Steve Morris did not violate any state ethics law and was the victim of an ongoing retaliatory campaign by the mayor and members of the community, according to a consent order from the Nevada Commission on Ethics.

Mayor touts city’s resilience

Boulder City Mayor Kiernan McManus touted the community’s achievements and ability to persevere at the annual State of the City address.

Citywide power outage planned

A citywide power outage is planned for Tuesday, Feb. 22, as the city’s electrical division upgrades the 69-kV line between Buchanan Boulevard and the Boulder City Tap.

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