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Utah road improvements to stretch into January

Road improvements on Utah Street are still two months from completion, according to Boulder City Public Works Director Scott Hansen.

Developer seeks to create master-planned community with 1,600 homes

Boulder City developer Randy Schams announced Monday morning that he is in escrow for 640 acres of land in the Eldorado Valley, where he plans to build a master-planned community, and is seeking approval from the city to supply water and sewer service to the site.

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Man gets 34-85 years in sledgehammer attack

Tributes recognize country’s war dead

The ability to gather once again to pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to the country was the ultimate honor for participants in this year’s Memorial Day ceremonies.

Class of ‘21 graduates

After a year filled with the abnormal, Boulder City High School’s class of 2021 celebrated their graduation in a normal way: on the football field with their friends and classmates.

Candidates share vision for city, council

Local residents will be asked to select a new City Council member and weigh in on several ballot questions regarding financing options for a new pool during the June 15 general election.