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.
Succeeding in today’s business climate is not an easy task. It’s even more challenging for women, who have had to overcome decades of inequality in the workplace while juggling traditional roles of keeper of the home and family.
Monday was a big day for Boulder City’s younger residents.
Except for those few moments every now and then when the cynical journalist in me creeps out, I like to consider myself a positive person. I look for the best in people and try to ignore, as much as possible, their faults.
Monday is one of my favorite days in Boulder City.
Through the course of our lives we meet all sorts of interesting people.
You will notice that a majority of this week’s issue is devoted to the upcoming primary election. And rightfully so.
Tuesday night’s City Council meeting brought some welcome news in the form of a proposal to build a luxury recreational vehicle resort in town.
Everyone could use a good luck charm. They could help us out on those days where a little bit of extra spiritual blessing would come in handy.
For many months, communication between the Boulder City Review and the city has been clear and open. And that is a good thing.
Election season began in earnest Monday when the filing period for candidates opened.
Election season is upon us. If you haven’t noticed the signs, all you need to do is take a drive through the community and Southern Nevada.