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Revised budget remains in flux
The first revision of the city’s proposed budget for the 2020 fiscal year budget is almost $200,000 more, but that number is expected to decrease as city staff finalizes the numbers for projected expenses.
Utility advisory panel established
Boulder City’s long-awaited utility advisory committee is now a reality as City Council officially established it during its meeting Tuesday, April 9.
Wrong-way driver killed, blamed for I-11 crash
Interstate 11’s third fatal accident occurred earlier this week and was caused by a driver going the wrong on the highway.
Garden rewards bountiful
Sunday is National Gardening Day, but for me, every day is gardening day.
BCHS bounces back after loss
Following their first league loss to Moapa Valley on April 4, Boulder City High School baseball bounced back efficiently against 4A Bonanza with a 12-2 victory on Monday, April 8.
Eagles avenge season-opening loss
Changing the course of its season in a matter of weeks, Boulder City High School boys volleyball team picked up a monumental 3-1 victory over Somerset Academy Sky Pointe on Monday, April 8.
Roundup: Girls come close, but fall to rivals
Boulder City High School’s softball team dropped a pair of games this week, falling to 10-14 on the season.
News Briefs, April 11
Police: ‘No foul play’ regarding human remains found at wash
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