School will be back in session in less than two weeks, and Boulder City Police Department is working to make commuting to class safer for children in town. The department has updated city signage that details school zone speed limits and hours of enforcement in an effort to keep the 350-400 student population who use school zones every day safe.
If you or a loved one is in crisis, dial 988.
Outstanding achievements by Boulder City police officers and firefighters were recognized when the two departments held their second annual awards banquet June 30.
Boulder City Police Department will likely be able to replace several vehicles from its aging fleet.
It’s a safe bet that the one thing we all have in common every summer is managing the extreme heat and our body’s reaction to the excessive temperature prevalent in our geographic location.
To help keep locals safe while they celebrate the Fourth of July and crack down on the use of illegal fireworks, Clark County and partnering agencies are asking for the public’s help.
What do high levels of calcium in the arteries, low testosterone levels, stress and erectile dysfunction have in common? They are all early indicators of heart disease in men.
Occupational therapists ask, “What matters to you?” as opposed to “What’s the matter with you?” People who need assistance with daily living tasks will work with their occupational therapy practitioners to regain skills and get the support they need with physical and cognitive changes.
Brandon Wunsche, 32, is facing 14 charges after breaking into a Boulder City home this past weekend and being shot at by the homeowner while trying to evade police officers.
A member of the Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club is bringing a new class to the facility that is geared to helping people learn how to save lives.
It takes guts to talk about colon health and here’s why. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in men and women, taking the lives of more than 50,000 people in the U.S. in 2021, and it is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States.
Every February, the American Heart Association promotes heart health in the hopes we will take an active approach to heart-healthy living year-round.
Maybe your grocery store shelves are fully stocked and you have access to fresh fruit and produce in your area, but if you live in or around Boulder City, the stark reality is that grocery shoppers in the area are feeling the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Gone are the vast quantities of brand choices on the shelves, and access to fresh produce and fruit is severely limited.
Late last month, the World Health Organization reported the emergence of a new variation of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, as a variant of concern. Emanating from South Africa, the omicron variant has spread across Europe, South America and the U.S. This past week, Nevada reported two new cases of the omicron variant.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues its impact on everyone, especially children and adolescents, according to the results of a recent study.