The house at 1415 Fifth Street has lights, fog, giant skeletons and other spooky fun to celebrate Halloween. The display is on from 6:30-9 every evening through Sunday, Oct. 31.
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, it’s safe to say that Pamela Leon has millions of words to her credit.
Inflation, it appears, continues to bedevil plans for large public projects in Boulder City.
It was supposed to be a technicality, but it led to a different discussion.
Just around the time each year that Mother Nature cooperates with lower temperatures, comes one of the more popular events in town filled with food, family, friends and fun.
During its humble beginnings, National Night Out started as a way for neighbors to meet and sit on their porches to help deter criminal activity in their neighborhoods.
This school year Martha P. King Elementary School was named a 4-Star School by the state of Nevada.
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.