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Boulder City High School’s top students from the class of 2014 celebrate their shared status.
BOULDER CITY REVIEW
For the first time in almost a year Clark County School District students are back on campus in Boulder City.
Decisions about filling the open city clerk position could be made next week when City Council considers several items about the process.
Boulder City has expanded its COVID-19 vaccine offerings and now community support and frontline staff members as well as people ages 65 and up can receive them in town.
Boulder City is losing another employee as airport manager Frederick “Willy” Williamson is retiring.
Two former employees are asking a Nevada District Court judge to rule on their claim of improper notice for a meeting last year to discuss terminating their employment contracts.
In a day in the life of a Boulder City resident, he or she is so involved with tasks and daily activities that they probably wouldn’t think about how the state advertises Nevada to the nation and around the world. However, for some volunteers and state employees, this is at the top of their to-do list. Much like individual business owners budget and plan their advertising campaigns each year, the state of Nevada does so as well.
A somber mood was at City Hall Tuesday evening as City Council fired longtime City Clerk Lorene Krumm despite many people calling in to support her and express their disagreement with the action.
A recent investigation into Mayor Kiernan McManus’ and Councilwoman Tracy Folda’s alleged actions against staff members has found no violations of city policies even though neither of them are required to follow those rules.
Boulder City residents will have the opportunity to weigh in on a new community pool as City Council approved two ballot questions for the 2021 municipal election in June.
It’s getting hotter in Boulder City because a local business owner has turned his hobby into a line of popular hot sauces.