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Kayak picture really clicked

A routine trip down the river led to a new experience for Terry Maurer: winning the 2019 Love Your Lakes photo contest.

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News Briefs, Oct. 3

Fire department to hold annual pancake breakfast

Dispatchers do more than answer emergency calls

Here’s a little more about us in the dispatch center in Boulder City. We have eight dispatchers (at last) for the city that are full time and one part time. At this time, two are scheduled at a time for 12-hour shifts. With sickness, training, vacation and other issues we are commonly staffed with only one.

Police Blotter, Oct. 3

Sept. 24, 7:38 a.m.

Council safeguards city’s finances

Boulder City has a few more layers of financial protection and transparency as City Council unanimously approved adding four new financial funds.

Seven appointed to new pool advisory committee

Boulder City’s new pool committee is complete after City Council appointed seven community members serve on it during their meeting Tuesday, Sept. 24.

BCR recognized for ‘excellence’

For the second consecutive year, the Boulder City Review has earned the top award for general excellence for a publication its size by the Nevada Press Association.

Business Beat: Kayak tour provider moves home base

Blazin’ Paddles, which specializes in kayak adventures on the Colorado River, has moved its base of operations to Hoover Dam Lodge.

Commissioners recommend zone changes

Boulder City Planning Commission unanimously approved recommending several amendments to the city’s master plan regarding zone changes during its meeting Sept. 18.

Cable fault blamed for power outage

The power outage that occurred in Boulder City late last week was the result of a faulted cable and not the delayed installation of the new transformer, according to a city official.