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Boulder City Correspondence – October 2017

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What Makes Something Historic? Why preserve an old building? Is it the architecture? Did something significant happen there? Is it attached to a historic event or a noted person in history? If it has a...

Boulder City Correspondence – August 2017

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Bullock’s Field, the old Boulder City Airport Prior to 1933, Boulder City's "airport" was a graded dirt strip that accommodated the occasional private plane. In 1933, Noel Bullock leased the land from the Bureau of...

Boulder City Correspondence – July 2017

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Snow White Sang at the Boulder Theatre Somewhat neglected in the story of Boulder City is the fact that Boulder Dam was built not just to generate electrical power but to inspire a nation. The architect...

Boulder City Correspondence – February 2017

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Keyhole Canyon If Zion Canyon in Utah is a cathedral where one feels the overwhelming glory of nature, then Keyhole Canyon, just south of Boulder City, is a splendid sanctuary where your soul can talk...
Great Egret at Lake Mead

Boulder City Correspondence – December 2016

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The Birds of Lake Mead Chirp, caw, quack, squawk, squeak, coo are parts of the cacophony of sounds performed in winter at the edge of the inland sea along the constantly receding shoreline in what...
Alabama the Toilet-paper Man

Boulder City Correspondence – September 2016

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A Walkable City & Alabam the Toilet-paper Man Everyone has seen something that looked like something but which they are sure couldn't really be. In front of the historic L.A. Water and Power Building in Boulder...

Boulder City Correspondence – August 2016

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Boulder City Lake Mead and Boulder City There would be no Boulder City without Lake Mead. Boulder City's was created to be the headquarters to build the Hoover Dam, which created Lake Mead. And there it...

Boulder City Correspondence – May 2016

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Boulder City Discovering Boulder City Travelers tend to run into Boulder City, coming and going from somewhere else.  Going to Lake Mead and Hoover Dam. Coming from Phoenix to Las Vegas, or vice versa. But there...
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