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Air Force One, 200 feet above the runway, flies President Donald Trump into McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas on Wednesday morning to speak in the aftermath of Sunday’s mass shooting.
Vice President Kamala Harris made the climate change case for two Biden administration initiatives Monday with the declining water levels of Lake Mead as a backdrop.
The Southern Nevada Veterans’ Cemetery in Boulder City could be getting a $5.78 million federal grant to help pay for a 7-acre expansion needed at the facility.
Boulder City is stepping up its fight to preserve water by updating its landscape ordinance and needs help from the community to do so.
The legacy of the Damboree, its volunteers and the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department was recognized earlier this week by the Nevada Recreation and Park Society.
Gunnar Stanton of Boulder City came in third place in the pro division of Western Outdoor News’ 2021 U.S. Open bass fishing tournament held Oct. 11-13 at Lake Mead.
Boulder City dispersed thousands of dollars to local businesses in CARES grants this past fiscal year, according to a recent report from the Community Development department.
A request to rezone 115 acres of land near the Interstate 11 and U.S. Highway 95 interchange in Boulder City has been met with disagreement among members of the Planning Commission and City Council will soon be able to weigh in on it.
People who live in the Southwest know it’s been especially hot and dry the past couple of years, but a new government report shows those conditions are actually historic.
The community will soon have a new free workforce training program courtesy of the Southern Nevada State Veterans Home in Boulder City and the Nevada Department of Veterans Services.
Cindy Bandy, a founding member of Boulder City Art Guild and longtime community resident, died last week after suffering several seizures.