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Recreation options expand as Phase Two begins
Area businesses owners are relieved and feel blessed that life is returning to pre-COVID conditions as Phase Two of Nevada’s Road to Recovery nears its first full week.
Honey has ‘Heart;’ honor helps teacher realize dream job was right career choice
When Pam Honey started working full time at King Elementary School five years ago, she was a 47-year-old new teacher who was fulfilling her dream, but at the same time worried she had made the right choice about starting her career so late.
Gelsone retires; calls end of year ‘bittersweet’
Change is on the horizon for King Elementary School as longtime principal Anthony Gelsone is retiring.
Spaced out adventures await
I may have been physically confined to my home for the past couple of months as the state, nation and world have fought against the deadly coronavirus, but that hasn’t stopped me from taking an out-of-this-world adventure.
Mounted unit seeks funds for training arena
The Boulder City Police Mounted Unit needs a new, permanent place to train and is raising money for the project.
Fogg named veteran of month
“I just like to be there for the veterans,” said the Rev. Carl Fogg Jr., who was recently named Veteran of the Month for May by the Nevada Department of Veterans Services. “I am available 24/7 for any veteran. I’m just here to help them out.”
Freezer cool way to save time, money
Freezing food saves time by reducing grocery store runs and money when you purchase sale items in quantity. Make the most of your investment by using your freezer to its full potential.
Law sets parameters for council’s actions
Does a position on City Council or as mayor come with a magic wand or golden scepter? I can answer no. There have been recent examples the City Council or I, as mayor, cannot fix to everyone’s satisfaction. The current worldwide pandemic is the greatest example of that harsh fact.
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