Six out of seven Colorado River basin states have settled on a proposed set of cuts aimed at saving the crumbling river system and preventing Lake Mead and Lake Powell from crashing — with one very notable state missing from the agreement: California.
Hefty snowfalls from a series of atmospheric rivers have brought a slightly rosier outlook for the beleaguered Colorado River.
Boulder City released data on how much of the American Rescue Plan Act funding has been spent and what it plans to do with the rest.
With little to no fanfare, Boulder City’s newly created Historic Preservation Commission issued its first certificate of appropriateness for an exterior addition to a historic property in the community.
Officials held a groundbreaking ceremony Jan. 25 for an expansion at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City.
Creating beautiful floral arrangements is more than just a job for Autumn McGrath-Shook. The owner of Village Floral House, which opened at 1308 Boulder City Parkway, Suite D, in December, puts a bit of herself into each piece she designs.
Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department still plans to move forward with “ram cams” in Hemenway Valley Park, but faces a significant challenge in infrastructure preventing the project from moving forward.
Fire department recognized for lifesaving program
Working for the city as director of the Parks and Recreation Department is more than just a job for Roger Hall. It’s a calling and a passion.
Mayor Joe Hardy’s first State of the City address gave him an opportunity to showcase his abilities to unite the community, highlight the accomplishments of others and offer a glimpse into a humorous side of his personality.
Tuesday’s Boulder City Council meeting started with a celebration of one worker’s past then shifted its focus to the future.
An adaptive ramp to provide boat launches has been installed at Lake Mead National Recreation Area’s Callville Bay.
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations dropped earlier this month in Clark County and throughout Nevada, new state data shows.
Did you know that one in 20 people has some kind of thyroid disorder?
Motorists should brace for travel impacts on Hoover Dam bridge next week.