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Body of man recovered at Lake Mohave

A body has been recovered near Cottonwood Cove on Lake Mohave in an area where a man went missing Aug. 16.

Around 1 p.m. Sunday, a visitor reported seeing a body floating near Cottonwood Cove on Lake Mohave. Rangers responded and recovered the body of an adult male.

A 31-year-old Southern California man was reported missing near this area after jumping off a boat without a life jacket Aug. 16. The National Park Service and Nevada Department of Wildlife have been searching for the victim since the incident occurred.

The Clark County Medical Examiner will confirm the victim’s identity and determine the cause of death. The incident is under investigation.

Drawing prizes awarded to ice cream social attendees

The Boulder City Review held an ice cream social Aug. 21 to introduce members of the community to its ad and editorial staffs.

The event was co-sponsored by the Hacienda, which provided drawing prizes for those who attended.

Winners were: Blake Seisan of The Homestead, $100 Steakhouse dinner and $25 gift certificate to the coffee shop; Tristan Dunn of Back in Thyme/The Country Register, helicopter ride and $25 gift certificate to the coffee shop; Pattie Miller of Skyline Pilot Aviation, zipline adventure for two; and Debra Planells of State Farm Insurance, Black Canyon raft tour for four.

Boulder City Review looking for photos of city’s early days

Boulder City is a town rich with history, and we want to incorporate older pictures that show how things looked back in the day. Since the Boulder City Review publishes every Thursday, we are looking to feature photos on our website that highlight the city’s history as a weekly feature for Throwback Thursdays, a popular social media trend.

If you have a photo you’d like to submit, please email it to hsaylor@bouldercityreview.com or sslivka@bouldercityreview.com.

Actual photos are preferred, since newspaper clippings do not reproduce well. Please include your name, a brief description of the photo, and what year it was taken.

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