School is in session, and now when the kids get home they just want to plop on the couch and enjoy video games or social media.
Here are the scores and standings for the leagues as of the first week of October:
The monsoon season is over, the crowds have gone, and the daytime temperatures are ideal — all perfect conditions for a fall trip to Lake Powell.
The 11th annual Pumpkinman Triathlon will take place Oct. 25 in and around Boulder City. More than 2,000 people from across the United States, Canada, South America and Europe are expected to participate.
The Great Gallery in Horseshoe Canyon is one of North America’s most significant rock art sites. It is in a remote area of Canyonlands National Park, Utah. A trip here requires plenty of preparation, plus the equipment and willingness to drive a 30-mile gravel road to the trailhead.
Tournaments for those 55 and older are held every the first Thursday of the month.
At just 17-years-old, Boulder City teenager Gunnar Stanton was the youngest professional to compete in last week’s U.S. Open fishing tournament at Callville Bay.
A blessing of living in Southern Nevada is easy access to landscapes of different elevations. That circumstance is especially fortunate in September, when outdoor people start to fancy fall foliage. Because of the great disparity in elevation, fall colors will be at their peak, somewhere within easy driving distance, on any given day for at least six weeks. The annual show will be playing in nearby Southern Utah from now until early November.
Boulder Bowl has ended its summer season and the fall leagues are underway.
The Boulder City girls cross-country team finished second in the season-opening Las Vegas Invitational Saturday at Sunset Park.
With the opening of school and the approach of holidays, most of us become too busy to escape, for long, from our city lives. That makes the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge a good choice for a September escape.
In high school when gym class was rained out there was always a sport that could be played indoors. Sometimes it was dodgeball, sometimes it was basketball, but sometimes it was pickleball.
Grand Canyon National Park is visited by nearly 5 million people a year and, not surprisingly, many complain it’s crowded. But you don’t have to endure that; because the vast majority of those millions gaze upon the canyon from its South Rim. Those who choose the North Rim get much more elbow room.
Tournaments for those 55 or older are held the first Thursday of the month.
A new PGA Junior Golf League will debut at Boulder Creek Golf Club with the hopes of helping junior golfers from all levels of experience learn the rules, etiquette and sportsmanship of the game.