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Free COVID-19 tests offered to BC residents

Boulder City residents can get tested at no cost for the novel coronavirus Monday and Tuesday, May 18 and 19, during a special drive-through clinic in the parking lot at Bravo Field, 891 Avenue B.

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Utilities power through pandemic

No surge in utility usage seen as people confined to homes

Visitors flock to Lake Mead

Tired of being cooped up at home, visitors swarmed Lake Mead National Recreation Area on Saturday, May 2, after the park opened to annual pass holders.

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Emergency declaration instills powers

What power does the governor have to shutter businesses in Nevada?

Closure extended: Governor continues stay-at-home order to May 15

Nevada’s month-old stay-at-home order that was set to expire at midnight April 30 will be extended two weeks to May 15, though some coronavirus restrictions were eased starting Friday, May 1, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the move April 29.

Seniors to wait for graduation

With the current limitations on social gatherings, Boulder City High School’s class of 2020 is going to wait to hold its graduation ceremony until more people can be together in one place.

City’s new risk fund to cover insurance, legal issues costs

City Council took another step in its quest for transparency by unanimously approving a special risk management fund that will provide money for insurance premiums and deductibles, claims not covered by insurance and legal defense and settlement proceeds.

CDC adds symptoms for virus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has added six new symptoms for the coronavirus.