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BCHS, Garrett welcome students to campus
Older students in Boulder City were present in person and on campus Monday, March 22, for the first time in more than a year.
Field narrowed for attorney, manager posts
City Council has narrowed the field of candidates for a new city attorney and city manager and is planning to conduct the first round of interviews the week of April 5.
Process to develop land near golf course advances
Staff is drafting a request for proposal to develop land near Boulder Creek Golf Club at the request of the City Council.
Ethics complaint against mayor dismissed
The Nevada Commission on Ethics recently dismissed a complaint accusing Mayor Kiernan McManus of abusing his position as a public officer because of a “lack of sufficient credible evidence of a violation.”
Bass club heads to nationals
Boulder City will send two teams to the national high school fishing championships after qualifying for the competition at the 2021 TBF Nevada High School State Championship on March 6.
Business Beat: Mom designs hobby into business
A Boulder City mom recently turned her hobby into a full-time job with her local business, Asquad Designs.
Traditional soup comforting year-round
Ah, matzo ball soup. The very words conjure soothing comfort to the soul. Rich savory chicken broth with tender pieces of chicken and pillowy, cloud-like dumplings made from matzo. Anytime I see it on the menu at a deli I order it, especially if I’m in need of revitalization. They don’t call it Jewish penicillin for nothing.
Ex-employees’ claims on hold til Supreme Court weighs in
A Nevada District Court judge has stayed all motions in a case brought against Boulder City by two former employees.
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