The Boulder City High School Eagles played host last Thursday to Valley High School. Lightning and rain were forecast but Mother Nature cooperated as the entire game was played and the Eagles won, 45-8.
The school year is in full swing and with it comes enrollment numbers for the Boulder City public schools.
The first order of business was to make sure there was no confusion about potential nepotism as Boulder City Mayor Joe Hardy introduced the lobbyist contracted by the city.
“It’s interesting that at the same time utility rates are going up, the city is subsidizing airplane owners.”
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a two-part series featuring the Boulder City firefighters who assisted in the aftermath of the Maui fires.
Photos by Ron Eland/Boulder City Review
It was standing room only Saturday as more than 100 members of the Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club packed into their meeting room to hear what’s next for the club following the resignation of four of its five board members just days earlier.
To a casual observer, it would probably seem that an issue involving setting lease rates for general aviation hangars at a city-owned airport would be dry and of little interest to the average person on the street.
Sometimes it is the seemingly non-controversial agenda item that can best reveal what tensions actually exist in government.
Albert Einstein once said, “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.”
Since inflation started to really take off in early 2022, the cost of everything seems to have gone up: eggs, gasoline, rent. And it appears that proposed construction projects are not immune from the effects of rapidly-rising prices.
The residents asked, and the residents received.
For Tara Bertoli, the idea of opening and running her own business has been a labor of love, both literally and figuratively.
Call it a case of just because something has been approved does not mean it will actually happen.
Dorothy Vanderford spent her whole life working behind the scenes.