It should come as no surprise to anyone that 2020’s word of the year is pandemic.
Welcome to our annual Taste of the Holidays issue.
Yesterday, I couldn’t help but shed a tear or two as a small, private ceremony was held at the Southern Nevada State Veterans Home to thank veterans for their service.
This year’s election seemed to underscore the strange nature of 2020.
Last week, City Council members terminated the employment contracts for City Manager Al Noyola and City Attorney Steve Morris.
What Boulder City needs right now is a giant bandage.
Sunday marked the start of the 80th annual observance of National Newspaper Week.
From the very beginning of our country, voting for those who will govern us has been an intrinsic principle.
Today we are introducing what we hope will become a regular feature in the Boulder City Review.
Books and movies are meant to entertain, and often educate us. In today’s world, as we spend more time at home, the need to be entertained and educated has never been greater.
City Council’s action Tuesday night to require the Boulder City Police Department to maintain a mounted unit is wrong.
To say things are a mess at City Hall might be an understatement. And things are likely to get a lot messier as the city is embroiled in several lawsuits, including the most recent one with the city attorney and city manager.
Life here on Earth hasn’t gotten much better in the past few months as COVID-19 continues to ravage communities and limit some of our activities.
Call me crazy, but Friday night I convinced my husband and parents to go out to a remote area of the desert in the blackness of night to see a comet.