“It’s hot.” “I’m bored.” “There’s nothing to do.”
We all like to think of Boulder City as our safe haven.
The June 28 shooting in the newsroom at The Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, hit too close to home.
Regardless of how old I am, the little kid in me always seems to rise to the top when there’s a parade.
Today is the summer solstice. It’s the day when the sun is at its highest and northernmost point in the Northern Hemisphere sky.
Today is Flag Day.
It was a weekend of epic historical proportions — at least it was for the more than 300 people who had an opportunity to travel on Interstate 11 before it opens this summer.
Boulder City loves, honors and respects its veterans and active-duty military members.
The days are ticking by as Interstate 11 inches toward completion. By the end of the year, it will be open and thousands of cars will bypass Boulder City as they make their way to destinations north and south of the community.
History tells us that the Korean War officially came to an end July 27, 1953, when the United States, China, North Korea and South Korea agreed to an armistice.
Life is short. No matter how long we live, it never seems to be quite long enough.
It’s been said by many a wise person that you can’t go home again.
It’s Sunshine Week, and we here at the Boulder City Review are celebrating.
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.