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.
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Boulder City Mayor Rod Woodbury will present his State of the City address next week, continuing an annual tradition of informing city residents about past accomplishments and what to expect in the coming months.
47th annual Santa’s Electric Night Parade Winners
No one needs to remind local residents that they live in the middle of a desert or that for the past 17 years Southern Nevada has experienced a severe drought. Anyone who has journeyed to Lake Mead has seen the prominent “bathtub ring” showing how much the water level has fallen.
Nearly 100 years to the moment after World War I officially ended, the sacrifices made by those who fought and died in the battle, along with those who served in every war before and after, were honored during ceremonies Sunday at the Nevada State Veterans Home.
Grapevine Canyon, in the southern end of Lake Mead National Recreation Area just north of Laughlin, is one of our finest petroglyph sites in Southern Nevada.
Lake Mead ranger Thomas Kenneth “T.K.” Brown was honored in the most appropriate way Friday as a fireboat was named in his memory.
A city with historic origins made history again when the first new federal interstate in almost 30 years opened in town.
18th annual cardboard boat races
It’s not every day that city officials encourage residents to play on the freeway, but that’s what happened Saturday when a portion of Interstate 11 was opened to locals for a preview.