July 16, 12:29 a.m. A woman called in crying and stating “I’m tired of him beating me.” She refused to give her location and hung up. She did not answer when dispatch tried to call her. Officers went to the area to see if they could find a woman in distress.
It’s clear just from a few moments of talking with her that Margaret Goodro loves the land — and the water.
Even with their products having traveled to the moon and back, a visit to the nation’s capital is one of the most memorable experiences for the family behind Fisher Space Pen.
Boulder City’s future was just made a little brighter with some help from the state to preserve its past.
The Boulder City Police Department has resurrected its chaplain program that helps officers, victims and families.
Lake Mead holding photo contest
Because many seniors find themselves planning for retirement and managing their savings once they finish working, a number of investment schemes have targeted them as they look to safeguard their cash for their later years. From pyramid schemes like Bernie Madoff’s to fables of a Nigerian prince looking for a partner to claim inheritance money and complex financial products that many economists don’t even understand, investment schemes have long been a successful way to take advantage of older people.
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Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Seth Moulton came to Boulder City on July 4 to help the community celebrate the nation’s 243rd birthday and share their visions for the future.
Resident Tracy Folda was appointed to complete the City Council term vacated by Kiernan McManus when he was elected mayor in June.
Boulder City is not getting a full-time historic preservation officer as City Council approved eliminating the position in a divided vote at its meeting Tuesday.
Boulder City’s Redevelopment Agency Board unanimously approved almost $33,000 in grants for two businesses within the downtown area.
Court stays district’s order to eliminate school deans
Buying a timeshare can be a rip-off. But imagine getting ripped off twice or three times by crooks promising to help you resell your timeshare. The crooks typically ask for money upfront for advertising, title searches and other administrative fees. You may even be told you’ll get your money back if your timeshare isn’t sold in 90 days. According to investment advisers that’s a big, fat lie. You won’t get anything back except a lighter wallet.