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Driver in crash extradited; had meth in system
Jordan Barson, the truck driver accused of DUI in a crash that killed five bicyclists, was arrested Dec. 16 in Kingman, Arizona, and has been extradited to Clark County, according to court and jail records.
COVID vaccines received, administered
The COVID-19 vaccine has come to Boulder City and the hospital has already started giving out doses.
Alternative celebrations: Locals work hard to keep holiday spirit alive
Community leaders worked hard to make this year’s holiday season as normal as possible despite the usual events being canceled because of the pandemic.
Business Beat: Dam Tacos takes home ‘Best of’ gold
Boulder City is home to Las Vegas’ best food truck, as BC Dam Tacos recently earned gold in the food truck category in the 2020 Best of Las Vegas contest.
’Twas the baking before Christmas
A few years ago, many readers commented how much they enjoyed my column about holiday baking and requested that I make this an annual tradition. As you read this, I will be at home, enjoying the fruits of my labor after spending a week’s vacation knee-deep in flour, sugar and spices, in the true spirit of this message.
Trio of Eagles’ baseball stars commit to Utah college
Finding success together on the baseball diamond for Boulder City High School the past three years, Eagles’ senior baseball stars Troy Connell, Deavin Lopez and Blaze Trumble will be sticking together as they enter the collegiate level, all committing to Utah State University Eastern in Price.
Tree recycling program starts Monday
Boulder City residents can recycle their Christmas trees for free from Monday, Dec. 28, until Jan. 11.
Wreaths placed to honor veterans
Even though this year’s local ceremony was canceled, people were still able to honor veterans by placing wreaths on graves at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City.
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