In John L. Smith’s Nov. 12 column about green energy, he quoted a story from the High Country News, which is publishing this clarification about its story: “Our story, ‘Clean energy’s dirty secret,’ stated that the California Wind Energy Association hired a biologist, who argued that certain wind turbines were ‘too big to cut birds in half.’ In fact, the biologist, who has been affiliated with CalWEA, made that claim separately.”
Who out there likes to see people suffer? Raise your hand, please. I am dead serious.
Neighbors, I have lived in Boulder City since 1979 and the new pool was just being built. Now the discussion (is) of a new pool to replace the old pool and the main topic is money.
Changes are on the horizon for Boulder City residents. While change and the unknown future can sometimes be scary, in this case, it is not.
Father’s Day was founded in Spokane, Washington, at the YMCA in 1910 by Sonora Smart Dodd. Its first celebration was in the Spokane YMCA on June 19, 1910. The Civil War veteran William Jackson Smart was a single parent who raised his six children there. Because Dodd’s father was born in June, she encouraged churches in her area to honor fathers that month.
When I began the 81st legislative session in the Nevada Assembly as a second-term legislator just a few short months ago, I was given a leadership position as minority whip. It has been my absolute honor to serve in this position.
When a conspiracy theory becomes a fact, what does the mainstream media call it?
How should we define community in Boulder City? I believe our community is certainly larger than the sum of the parts that make up the town. Parts of the community have a greater impact than others of course. One of the parts is the municipal pool that was built soon after Boulder City became a municipality in 1960. The original pool was replaced around 1980 with the existing pool. After 40 years, it is not surprising the current pool facility is in very poor condition.
The citizens of Boulder City are being given the opportunity to cast votes for what they value in a community. The upcoming ballot issue in regard to a new city pool runs much deeper than lap lanes and a dive tank. We are being asked to vote on community values.
A hearty congratulations are in order for members of Boulder City High School’s class of 2021.
As a former small business owner, I am a big proponent of capitalism. Capitalism is the primary engine that our economy is founded upon. Small businesses, entrepreneurship, free enterprise are some of the elements that make up the foundation that keeps our country’s economic engine purring.