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The sky above Lake Mead became a colorful palette Saturday, June 29, as the setting sun reflected off clouds.
City Council chose at path to what they believe would be a more transparent process in providing maintenance at the city-owned golf courses.
The COVID-19 vaccines began rolling out in Boulder City this week despite distribution issues reported throughout the country.
The third and final phase of Boulder Hills Estates is a step closer to beginning after planning commissioners unanimously recommended its final map for approval by City Council.
Seven Boulder City residents have officially joined the race for one of two open seats on the City Council.
The annual State of the City presentation looked different this year, but it was still a time to come together, celebrate the town and hear encouragement from Mayor Kiernan McManus about pressing on for the future.
Not only did 2021 bring a fresh start for locals and the community, it also brought opportunities for businesses and allowed three new local ones to open.
A U.S. Army captain from Boulder City recently lived out the National Guards’ motto of “Always Ready, Always There” when she helped save a woman’s life while she was out buying coffee and supplies for her unit.
The solar panels in the Eldorado Valley outside of Boulder City could help desert plants and wildlife because of how they direct rainwater into the ground, according to researchers with Las Vegas’ Desert Research Institute.
Some Boulder City residents will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine for free locally, starting Monday.
With five days remaining until the filing period for those wishing to run for a seat on the City Council officially opens, the pool of candidates continues to grow.