In case you were worried that Boulder City might fall off the map when Interstate 11 opens, you probably can breathe a little easier these days.
Finally, after months of waiting, interviews and negotiations, the city has approved employment agreements for a new city manager and new city attorney. We look forward to working with Al Noyola and Steve Morris and hope they do great things for our community.
If all the entries in my calendar for this week were not enough to remind me of the many special events coming, the almanac for the week ahead on one of my favorite Sunday morning shows certainly did the trick.
It happened over the weekend.
Let’s face it. We are all creatures of habit.
I have a confession, though I admit it won’t surprise too many people.
The start of a new year is always a big deal for me. But it’s not the fireworks or parties that I look forward to as one year melds into another.
As I look back at the past 361 days, there is one thing throughout 2017 that has been constant: change.
Last year, many readers commented how much they enjoyed my column about holiday baking and requested that I make this an annual tradition. With apologies to Clement Clarke Moore, here it is: