Last week, Boulder City High School celebrated its annual homecoming week with festivities during the week at the school and ending Friday with the homecoming game and the next night with the dance.
Boulder City is definitely in the holiday spirit.
Twenty-four million dollars. It sounds like a lot of money and, indeed, after the costs of personnel, the costs of capital improvements is the largest item in the Boulder City budget.
“Over the last 20 years, we’ve realized what our house has not only meant to us, but so many others,” owner Dale Ryan said.
Substantial amounts of funding allocated to projects in Boulder City by the Regional Transportation Commission were moved around as part of the consent agenda at the meeting of the city council on Tuesday night.
Photos by Ron Eland/Boulder City Review
The contentious issue of short-term rentals in Boulder City took another detour this week as a set of bills introduced previously were pulled from the agenda for the meeting scheduled for Nov. 28.
It’s one of those moments in time that those who were around can tell you exactly where they were and the thoughts that raced through their head when they heard the news.
Boulder City has a large core of historic buildings and homes, many built close to a century ago and, as owners have set out to restore some of these structures, some of the challenges have been unexpected.
A popular tourist destination seven days a week, Boulder City can get especially crowded on weekends.
When Boulder City police officer Eric Prunty accepted the job of school resource officer, in a way he had to take a step back in time more than 30 years to when he was in school.