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COVID: Impact of virus touches all
A year ago everything changed when COVID-19 became a daily part of life.
Police to add lieutenant spots
The Boulder City Police Department is adding two lieutenant positions to better serve the community and its officers.
Lake Mead gains favor among visitors
More than 8 million people visited Lake Mead National Recreation Area last year, moving it to the fifth most visited National Park Service site in the country.
Time is of the essence
This week has me thinking about time.
Sports back on schedule
With the Feb. 24 approval of spring sports being played by the Clark County School District, Boulder City High School is taking necessary steps to ensure its athletes can get back on the field safely.
Let’s spring into action
It is time for Boulder City, and the rest of Clark County, to secede.
Accentuate the positive with artistic tiles
One or a few cracked, loose or chipped tiles can downgrade the look and even function of an entire floor, wall or countertop, especially if they’re situated in a high usage or visible area. In a bathtub/shower or any wet location, marred tiles can lead to water damage to the substrate, causing musty odors, mold growth, loosening of tiles, etc.
Potato pancakes get Irish twist for St. Patrick’s Day
Every year, I try to come up with a creative spin on Irish food for St. Patrick’s Day beyond corned beef and cabbage — things soaked with Bailey’s or regular food magically tinted green.
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