Continuing a 57-year-old family tradition started by his father in New York, Rich Angora has set up a Nativity scene, complete with twinkling stars, running water, glowing fires and holiday music, just outside his home at 1296 Lynwood St. in the Gingerwood Mobile Home Park. He welcomes visitors to see the scene, which he embellishes every year, that features papier-mâché and carved wood figurines from Italy. Angora said he does research to make the scene as authentic as possible and enjoys offering this gift to the community. He has a guest book and provides hot chocolate.
Rep. Susie Lee visited Boulder City on Tuesday to tout how the American Rescue Plan will benefit the community, small businesses, local residents and the city government, which will receive $14 million directly.
Sherri Jorgensen appears to have been elected to the City Council during Tuesday’s primary election, while Cokie Booth and Matt Fox will likely face off in the June 15 General Election for the second seat.
The city is down to three finalists for a new city attorney and the council could make a decision about who to hire at a special meeting Wednesday.
A man is facing a misdemeanor charge and possible jail time for hoarding almost 70 cats in his Boulder City mobile home in 2019.
Boulder City’s Redevelopment Agency is holding off on awarding a historic preservation grant to local father and son builders Grant and Larry Turner because it is unsure if the project fits the guidelines for the program.
Boulder City is backing a proposed national monument in a part of the Mojave Desert that borders the town.
Early voting in the primary election to narrow the field of candidates for two open City Council seats began March 25. As of the end of day Tuesday, the most recent numbers available by deadline, 824 voters had cast their ballots.
The public will have an opportunity in the next two weeks to hear from top applicants for the open city attorney and city manager positions through a series of special City Council meetings.
Older students in Boulder City were present in person and on campus Monday for the first time in more than a year.
City Council has narrowed the field of candidates for a new city attorney and city manager and is planning to conduct the first round of interviews the week of April 5.