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.
Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Cpl. Matthew A. Commons Post 36, of Boulder City presented the colors to kick off the 71st annual Damboree parade through downtown July 4.
A piece of Boulder City’s history has returned home.
Mayor Kiernan McManus, Councilwoman Claudia Bridges and Councilman James Howard Adams were sworn in to their new positions Tuesday leaving McManus’ council seat open.
With the arrival Friday of summer, the time when many people take vacations and travel, it’s also a great opportunity for those in Boulder City to play tourist in their town. To help residents decide where to go and what to do, we here at the Boulder City Review have compiled a list of places in town to play tourist. This list provides a variety of options and is not exhaustive.
As Boulder City High School held its 78th annual commencement, 124 seniors walked across the stage at Bruce Eaton Field, moving on to the next phase of their lives.
On Memorial Day weekend in Boulder City, residents, visitors and officials stopped to remember and honor those in the military who died protecting the United States.
Larry Archuleta, left, chairman of the Best Dam Barbecue Challenge presented by the Rotary Club of Boulder City, presented the grand champion trophy to Jerry and Lupe Aguilar of Corona, Calif. Their team, Burnin’ and Lootin’, took the top prize as well as second place in ribs and third place in brisket.
Tonight, 124 high school seniors will become alumni of Boulder City High School, as the class of 2019 will graduate at the school’s 78th annual commencement.
Top water officials from across the Southwest gathered at the Hoover Dam on Monday to celebrate the completion of emergency drought plans for the Colorado River.
Mark Hall-Patton, left, administrator for the Clark County Museum system, is joined by Charlie Hauntz, center, a member of Boulder City’s Historic Preservation Committee, and Michael Mays, the city’s community development director, in the old airport hangar at what was once Bullock Field prior to Hall-Patton’s presentation about aviation.
If Kraig Ruebush gets the urge to go fishing, odds are he will know the best time and place to go.
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Kathy Emling, left, president of the Senior Center of Boulder City’s board of directors, and Sharon Imlay manned a table filled with baked goods in Bicentennial Park to help raise money for the center’s Meals on Wheels program on Saturday during the fourth annual Rock, Roll &Stroll.
An afternoon in the park will help ensure that area senior citizens are properly nourished and their well-being considered. The fourth annual Rock, Roll & Stroll to raise funds for the Senior Center of Boulder City and its Meals on Wheels program will be held Saturday.