If you missed Mayor Joe Hardy’s first State of the City address last Thursday, you missed a fun event.
Call it the Mom Gene — or better yet the Parent Gene.
Just when I was starting to get hopeful that the spirit of the holiday season would linger into the new year, bringing more joy and kindness to the community, several incidents quickly soured that idea.
There’s just something about December that tends to bring out the good in people. They seem to smile more and think about others more.
The Department of Interior has shied away from imposing a comprehensive conservation plan on Colorado River users, preferring instead that the seven states involved hash out their own agreement to address shortages tied to drought and overallocation.
A few years ago, many readers commented how much they enjoyed my column about holiday baking and requested that I make this an annual tradition. Though my holiday baking has since expanded into the entire month of December so that more family and friends can enjoy the fruits of my labor, the true spirit of the message remains. I promise to stay knee-deep in flour, sugar and spices, and wish all a sweet holiday season and new year.
Since I am a writer, it should come as no surprise to anyone that I like words and word games. A favorite at my home is crossword puzzles and today we are celebrating because it has been proclaimed National Crossword Solvers Day.
As Andy Williams once sang, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”
Because the Boulder City Review publishes on Thursdays, I get the honor of wishing all of our readers a “Happy Thanksgiving” each year — and this year is no exception.
After months of campaigning, the 2022 election is complete. Ballots have been counted and congratulations are in order for those who were elected.
Tomorrow marks my ninth anniversary at the helm of the Boulder City Review.
Last week, after years of discussion and planning, the City Council passed a new historic preservation ordinance.
By the time this issue hits people’s driveways and newsstands Thursday morning, our candidate forum, held Wednesday night, will be just a recent memory.
Each year newspapers across the country and Canada pause for a moment to mark National Newspaper Week.
Today is the first day of autumn.