There may not have been a vote on the proposed smoking ban by the City Council on Tuesday night, but the defeat for the bill’s supporters was no less resounding.
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It’s all about connectivity and deep player databases in the casino world, and the Hacienda did not have much of either as a stand-alone property.
This issue marks my three-year anniversary as editor of the Boulder City Review. It has been such an honor and a privilege to be the editor of the newspaper as it has tried to find its footing in your community.
My name is @KnightlyGrind and I have a Twitter addiction.
Call this a help-wanted ad; I would prefer to call it an opportunity. An opportunity for your voice to be heard beyond the loud continued noise of discourse.
State transportation officials told the City Council on Tuesday that the Boulder City bypass could open by late 2017.
I’ve got an idea to get the kids of Boulder City a new high school that’s crazy enough it might just be feasible.
A smoking ban ordinance that would prohibit lighting up in Boulder City’s “enclosed spaces” businesses was reintroduced at Tuesday’s City Council meeting with little discussion.
A police response Friday that drew six squad cars to McDonald’s on Nevada Highway drew surprising, to me anyway, mean-spirited attacked on the boys in blue on this newspaper’s Facebook page.
Boulder City residents like to pride themselves on the quality of the four public schools compared with the rest of the Clark County School District. You might say considering all the problems with the district, bragging about how good the schools are here comparatively is like bragging about having the tallest building in Topeka, Kan. Not really a strong pool to compare with.
If you haven’t noticed, it’s pretty damn hot outside.
Well, it is that time again. Time to find out if this guy here is holding the emperor of maladies at bay, or if, well, not.
It will come as no surprise to anyone that the Sushi Lounge & Steakhouse on Nevada Highway recently closed.
In the past few months I have written two columns that touch on gun rights. The first was Dec. 20 in the wake of the Connecticut school shooting. The other was last week when I questioned having a gun show attached to the Spring Jamboree.
I was sitting in the waiting room for jury duty (I wasn’t selected) April 15 when news of the horrific bombings at the Boston Marathon started coming in over my iPhone via the social media site Twitter.