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Xeriscaping continues at BOR office

Clean, Green Boulder City is now a little less green, but according to officials from the Bureau of Reclamation, it’s for a good cause, saving more than two million gallons of water a year.

Cortez Masto tours airport, gets report on improvement projects

U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) toured the Boulder City Airport to discuss federal funding she’s secured to improve infrastructure and safety at the airport.

Boulder Beach cleanup a big success

Mother Nature often needs a helping hand these days, and thanks to a cleanup this past Friday, that’s exactly what happened.

Leavitt reflects on fond memories at SNCH

For 20 years, Peggy Leavitt served as somewhat of a surrogate mom to hundreds of boys and girls and to this day, many still thank her for the love, kindness and support she gave them.

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Local park playground improvements delayed

Put this one in the “pros” column. New equipment has been ordered by the city for playgrounds at several local parks.

Steel palms remove need for irrigation

Sharp-eyed residents of the Golf Course Estates area and anyone passing Veterans’ Memorial Park via Buchanan Boulevard may have noticed the trees at the Broadmoor Circle median have a distinctly “metal” look.

Principals share thoughts

As parents and their kids finish up back-to-school shopping, teachers are already in the classrooms preparing for this year’s students.

Public rates parkway improvements

Phase II of the Boulder City Parkway Complete Streets Project is slated to begin soon and, as part of the project, the city hosted a virtual survey so that residents could rate the importance of various proposed improvements.

Boulder City working to curb light pollution

The hype surrounding the Sphere’s addition to the Las Vegas skyline is bringing a smaller known issue to the forefront of people’s minds: light pollution.

See Sandra run the dog park

It may seem like a total contradiction, but Sandra Fraser is currently without a dog of her own.

City to eliminate 16 acres of golf course turf

As part of the consent agenda in their July 11 meeting, the City Council approved a contract for professional services associated with a coming redesign of the irrigation system at the Boulder City Municipal Golf Course.

Group looks to protect Hoover Dam’s Star Map

For those who have ever been to Hoover Dam, it’s almost guaranteed they have seen Oskar J.W. Hansen’s Winged Figures, which has stood for nearly nine decades.

Hospital, city address homeless issue

For those who attended the May 18 public input session at the Boulder City Senior Center, which asked residents “What keeps you up at night?” one may have walked away thinking homelessness was the top issue facing Boulder City.

Funding grows for flood control projects

In their July 11 meeting, as part of the consent agenda, the City Council approved budget increases for a pair of local flood control projects.

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