February 1, 2024 - 9:15 pm
Last Friday, Boulder City High School hosted its winter sports assembly, entitled Battle for BC’s Heart. The classes participated in a variety of games and cheers, with the seniors ultimately being victorious.
The proposed replacement for Boulder City’s aging public pool has gotten expensive.
Construction is moving at a steady pace as the Healing Center at St. Jude’s Ranch for Children is getting closer to becoming a reality.
Following the rainy, not-so-high turnout Presidential Preference Primary on Feb. 6, Boulder City Republicans gathered at the Boulder Dam Hotel on Thursday for their competing caucus where actual delegates to the GOP National Convention in July were awarded.
Boulder City staff embarked on a nationwide recruitment process for the parks and recreation director position. After sorting through several dozen applicants and an extensive interview process, the city found the right person was already here: Julie Calloway was promoted from parks and recreation manager to director this week.
The Bureau of Reclamation’s $4.5 million project to remove grass around its Boulder City offices, which will save millions of gallons of water a year, is taking longer than had been expected.
Spring and summer (OK, part of summer) in Boulder City can present the perfect environment for an al fresco meal.
It has been a confusing election season so far in Nevada and it’s not over yet. Plus, there is an actual resident of Boulder City on the ballot for one of the two major political parties.
A pair of contentious local issues took another step toward the inevitable public-comment-period showdown this week as Boulder City officials posted notices of proposed changes to city code in regard to animal breeding and short-term rentals of residences.
In October of last year, Leah Lau sent an official complaint to the Nevada Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance regarding the Nov. 10, 2022 death of her grandfather, Grant Lau, who had been a resident at the Southern Nevada State Veterans Home (SNSVH) in Boulder City.
When driving through the business district of Boulder City, quite often a question that comes to the mind of many is, ‘I wonder what’s going in there?’ when looking at vacant commercial buildings.