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Holling named to dean’s honor roll

Jessica Holling of Boulder City was named to the 2015 fall dean’s honor roll at Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina, Kansas.

To be honored, students must be enrolled in classes full time and have a grade point average of 3.25-3.74 and no incompletes.

Gleason honored by Minnesota university

Brysen J. Gleason of Boulder City, a senior in the College of Education and Human Service Professions at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, has been named to the dean’s list for the 2015 fall semester. Students must have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher to make the list.

Gleason is studying for a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

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Boulder City Parkway Lane Restrictions next week

The left lane on both north and southbound Boulder City Parkway, U.S. Highway 93 Business, between Gingerwood Street and Railroad Pass Casino Road will be closed June 25-27 from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. to allow the Nevada Department of Transportation to improve the roadway.

Residents encouraged to prepare for monsoon season

Monsoon season began Saturday,, June 15, and even though no patterns have been sighted in Boulder City, municipal staffers are still encouraging residents to be prepared.

Presidential candidate inspires Democrats

Inspiring and a breath of fresh air are how those listening to a presidential candidate at a recent Boulder City Democratic Club meeting described her presentation.

Election results certified

The results of Boulder City’s municipal election are official.

News Brief, June 20

BC, Henderson plan joint chamber mixer June 27

Incumbents ousted; McManus elected mayor

Boulder City voters ushered in a new era of leadership by electing Kiernan McManus as mayor of the town over incumbent Rod Woodbury.

Adams, Bridges to join council

City Council will have several new faces as residents voted in James Howard Adams and Claudia Bridges to its two open seats over incumbents Peggy Leavitt and Rich Shuman during Tuesday’s municipal election.

City gets OK to refinance existing debt

In Tuesday’s election, Boulder City residents showed they wanted City Council to be able to save money by refinancing debt but decided not to move forward with funding a proposed new aquatic center or allowing off-highway vehicles on city streets.