CORE Construction started work on the new classrooms at Boulder City High School on Tuesday. Employees of the company were digging trenches and taking measurements for underground pipe. Construction is on schedule, according to the Clark County School District. A ceremonial ribbon cutting that was originally scheduled for today has been postponed to 10 a.m. Jan. 29.
A month into the school year principals and teachers are finding new ways to connect with their students and honor their hard work despite not meeting in person.
Boulder City has spent almost $40,000 on its defense in a District Court case and could spend more than double that amount when all is said and done, according to court documents.
The Boulder City Review received five awards in the Nevada Press Foundation’s 2020 Awards of Excellence, which were announced online Sept. 24.
Boulder City’s monthlong celebration of historic preservation starts today and will feature virtual tours of several local properties.
More money is coming to the city’s coffers as council members recently approved adding land to a lease option held by Silver Peak Solar LLC.
Fraudulent unemployment claims were recently filed against some city employees, but they were not caused by a breach of the city’s or the state’s computer systems, according to officials.
A new motion to dismiss some of the claims in an Eighth District Court case against the city has been filed, and a hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. Nov. 5.
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A small business is taking a big step forward and moving into a new location in downtown Boulder City.
A special meeting scheduled for Tuesday to discuss firing City Attorney Steve Morris was canceled because the process server did not give him proper notice of the meeting, despite initially saying he did.