It is a very sad day in Boulder City.
All it takes is five minutes — five short minutes that could significantly impact your city, state and nation.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
Fall is my favorite time of the year. I love the earthy tones that accent the decor in our homes and the changing colors of the leaves on the trees.
It takes a lot to get us cynical journalists excited, especially these days when even admitting you’re a journalist can lead to a sticky situation.
This week marked the passing of two people who played key roles in Boulder City’s history.
It’s been said that if you slow down they will catch you. I didn’t really know who they were or why that would be a bad thing until last week.
As you read this, I am standing at my newly cleaned desk. You might wonder why I am sharing such trivial and unimportant information. Well, it turns out it’s not so trivial and not so unimportant.
And so it begins. On Monday, crews began the first stage for the revamping of Boulder City Parkway.
Democratic presidential candidates are helping put Boulder City on the map.
Have you ever had one of those “aha” moments, when a bunch of seemingly random events coalesce into something with great meaning?
If a city could have a heart, Boulder’s City’s would be broken right now.
As human beings, we are not infallible and are prone to making mistakes. While perfection is a great goal, no matter how hard we strive, it is nearly impossible to achieve.
Tuesday night’s selection of a new council member to fill the seat vacated by Kiernan McManus when he was elected mayor certainly raises some eyebrows.