Sept. 11 changed us. And not necessarily for the better.
Monday is Labor Day, and it’s somewhat ironic that a day devoted to celebrating the American workforce is a day that most of us strive to do anything but work.
Since the new school year began at the beginning of the month, students and staff members at Boulder City High School have made a variety of changes to help ensure their health and welfare in the wake of COVID-19.
It’s not very often that you get the chance to let someone know what an impact they made on your life, with perhaps the exception of your parents, if you’re lucky. This is especially true for teachers and mentors you’ve met early in your education or career because you may not realize until many years later what type of effect they had on your choices.
The new school year began Monday.
Hundreds of devout souls came out Friday to celebrate one of Boulder City’s own, the Rev. Gregory Gordon, who was ordained as the first auxiliary bishop for the Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas.
Tuesday, the city welcomed its two new council members, Matt Fox and Sherri Jorgensen. I wish them all the best as they begin this new chapter in their lives.
Today is July 1 and it marks the beginning of one of my favorite months of the year.
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.
A hearty congratulations are in order for members of Boulder City High School’s class of 2021.
I surely can’t be the only one excited for this weekend’s Spring Jamboree.
Congratulations are in order for Councilwoman-elect Sherri Jorgensen and Cokie Booth and Matt Fox, who will face off for the second City Council seat in June’s general election.
Is history repeating itself? It certainly seems to be the case.
Spring arrives Saturday and with it will come warmer days and lots of sunshine. It’s something that we’re celebrating.
This week has me thinking about time.