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Fourth of July 2009

Letter from Mayor Tobler: Damboree a time to celebrate BC
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Independence Day is a time of strong traditions and deep patriotism in Boulder City. One of the things I’m most grateful for and that brings me the most pride in our community is that we take the time to work, celebrate and remember — together.
New parking rules in place for Boulder City Damboree
Thursday, July 2, 2009
New parking rules, including a charge in the evening, will be enforced this year at the 61st Annual Damboree Festival.
Mike Smith talks into his headset while flying his RV-7/7A over Boulder City. Smith is a member of the Boulder City Veterans Pilot Group, which will perform a flyover at the Damboree Festival on July 4.
BC Veterans Pilot Group helping Damboree take off
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Before retired Air Force pilot Mike Smith took off, he smiled into his headset and said, jokingly, “You know, I haven’t had much experience doing this.” The engine of his RV-7/7A airplane roared. “Just 45 years,” he said.
Michelle Coe is crowned Miss Boulder City 2009 by the previous Miss Boulder City, Brittany Duncan, left.
Miss Boulder City to make first appearance at July 4 parade
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Michelle Coe said her friends jokingly refer to her as “Miss B.C.” or “Miss Boulder City.” “It’s like they’re making fun of me, but I won’t take that,” Coe said, smiling. “I just proudly nod my head and say, ‘Yes, I am.’”
As fireworks booths get busy, fire officials stress safety
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Fourth of July preparations have already begun for local firefighters in charge of inspecting fireworks distributors to make sure vendors are complying with county regulations. There are about 200 curbside firework-distributing stations throughout Clark County, selling products from three different companies: TNT Fireworks, Phantom Fireworks and Discount Fireworks. The stands are run by local nonprofits.
Park Service: No glass, Styrofoam at Lake Mead this July 4
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Visitors to Lake Mead this holiday weekend are being asked to leave the Styrofoam and glass containers at home.

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