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Center dishes up more than lunch
The sound of laughter is once again echoing through the Senior Center of Boulder City as locals have returned for their weekday lunches.
New regulations allow larger social, religious gatherings
Life in Boulder City has taken another step toward returning to normal as larger gatherings are permitted and some local events can be held.
Firefighter receives award for work with emergency services
A Boulder City firefighter has been recognized by the Clark County Medical Society for his work coordinating the city’s emergency medical service program.
Importance of newspapers celebrated
Sunday marked the start of the 80th annual observance of National Newspaper Week.
Study proposes electricity rate cut
Boulder City residents could see a reduction in their electric utility rates if City Council follows a recommendation given in a recently completed study.
Early voting begins Oct. 17
The Nov. 3 general election is just 25 days away, with early voting beginning Oct. 17 and continuing through Oct. 30.
Play ball; sports set to return
Youth sports are back in Nevada for the first time since last March, thanks to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s announcement Oct. 2 that he would be easing restrictions on local recreational sports.
Memorial honors shooting victims
Fluttering in the breeze at Veterans’ Memorial Park are poignant tributes to the 60 victims of the nation’s worst mass shooting.
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