New restrictions imposed by Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak are forcing local businesses to make difficult decisions.
Boulder City is moving forward with a new road for the proposed expansion of the Nevada State Railroad Museum.
There’s nothing like paddling down the Colorado River through Black Canyon. Just ask the folks at Evolution Expeditions.
Several claims made against the city by two of its former employees have been dismissed by a judge in Nevada’s Eighth District Court.
It’s become two steps forward and one step backward with returning to normal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local students are adjusting to another change as teachers now have to work from home through the end of the semester.
A motion to dismiss several claims in a complaint filed against the city by two of its now former employees has been withdrawn from Nevada’s Eighth District Court.
Residents could have another chance to weigh in on funding a new or renovated city pool as well as paying another utility fee as several ballot questions are being proposed for the next municipal election.
City Council is seeking ideas about how to develop more than 40 acres of land near the Boulder Creek Golf Club.
Boulder City residents now know who their next leaders are after the results of the 2020 election were announced Saturday, following days of counting a record number of ballots.
Boulder City resident Michael Nix recently encountered an unexpected visitor at his home: a ringtail.
From the balloons flying in front of the Southern Nevada State Veterans Home in Boulder City to the lapel pins on people’s clothing, patriotism was on full display Wednesday as residents, staff and special guests celebrated Veterans Day.
Election Day has come and gone, with local incumbents appearing to reclaim their seats, but the final results for 2020 have yet to be announced.
Gila monsters, desert tortoises, kit foxes, bats and bighorn sheep can all be in a day’s work for the staff of a Boulder City environmental consulting firm.
New air purification systems that neutralize the coronavirus are coming to Clark County School District nurses’ offices and isolation rooms as part of the district’s efforts to ready campuses for reopening.