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Advisers recommend creating group to draft airport fuel standards
Boulder City’s Airport Advisory Committee is recommending a working group be created to help draft new aviation fuel standards.
Police see increased number of speeders
Boulder City Police officers are pulling over more drivers than normal for speeding despite Nevada’s stay-at-home order.
Open for business — sorta; restrictions pave road to recovery
The road to recovery has started for local businesses, albeit with restrictions and limited operations.
Modern ministry: Churches use technology to stay connected to congregants
Local churches are not letting the pandemic stop them from tending to the spiritual well-being of their congregants.
Make your mom proud
Sunday is Mother’s Day. To all the moms (and dads who fill that role) out there, I wish you a happy day and offer gratitude for what you do.
Utilities power through pandemic
No surge in utility usage seen as people confined to homes
Visitors flock to Lake Mead
Tired of being cooped up at home, visitors swarmed Lake Mead National Recreation Area on Saturday, May 2, after the park opened to annual pass holders.
Eagles take the ‘Cup’
Boulder City High School has been named the One Nevada Cup winner for the 3A classification, recognizing its all-around excellence as a program.
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