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COVID restrictions eased
Statewide restrictions were eased earlier this week by Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak allowing residents to attend city meetings in person as well as visit a restaurant without reservations and with a larger group or participate in small gatherings.
‘Bear’y calming: Rescue crews’ teddies for children help reduce trauma
A couple of teddy bears provided some comfort recently to two of Boulder City’s young residents when there was a fire in the kitchen of their home.
Budget sees $2.4 million boost
The proposed city budget for fiscal year 2022 is approximately $2.4 million more than last year’s because revenues are expected to be almost as high as before the pandemic. The 2021 budget was reduced by several million dollars due to projected revenue losses as a result of COVID-19.
Bail set for driver who killed cyclists
A judge set bail at $750,000 for a box truck driver accused of killing five Las Vegas bicyclists, court records show.
Fired city employees file appeal
Two former employees are appealing the dismissal of their complaint accusing the city and council members of violating the open meeting law and breaching a covenant of good faith and fair dealing when they were fired.
Truth will help reveal solutions to nation’s woes
How do you stay calm and limit your stress every day? Personally, I take lots of deep breaths, stop whatever I’m doing and focus on something else. I push what’s bothering me to another part of my brain and move on. It’s rough, but I’ve had practice over the years, and it works most of the time.
City clerk vital to election, transparency
Mayor (Kiernan) McManus is on a mission to destroy our city. He has scheduled an agenda item at the Feb. 23 City Council meeting to terminate City Clerk Lorene Krumm’s employment contract.
City’s origins celebrated
Ninety years ago this month, Boulder City was officially placed on the map.
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