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Archive for April 18, 2006

Tournament ringmaster
Dates: First round begins noon today; final table begins 4 p.m. Monday
9:09 a.m.
Coyotes still think like league leaders
All of that happened, so the Coyotes (7-41 overall, 5-27 and seventh in the Scenic West Athletic Conference) edged closer to sixth-place Colorado (11-31, 6-20). The top six teams advance to the league playoffs.
9:09 a.m.
Noted LV jazz musicians to be celebrated
Dubbed the "Las Vegas Jazz Masters Project," the event is being organized by Joanne Gilbert, who is host of the Web-based radio show "LIVE - From the REAL Las Vegas!" at 11 a.m. Fridays at ...
7:15 a.m.
John Katsilometes reports John Stuart - the John Stuart of 'Legends in Concert' - will be honored in Las Vegas
Stuart will be recognized on May 30 at the IP during the Celebrity Impersonators Convention. The event will be held following the convention's Talent Showcase and Brunch in the Legends Showroom.
7:15 a.m.
Gibson fails to sway plan for schools CCSD
The Henderson City Council is expected to vote today on the district's proposal for a new elementary school at the southeast corner of Paradise Hills Drive and Greenway Road. The site is in a neighborhood ...
7:15 a.m.
FLASHPOINT for Apr 18, 2006
FLASHPOINT for Apr 18, 2006
7:15 a.m.
Editorial: National parks facing crisis
According to a Knight-Ridder Newspapers report, the Bush administration has ordered national park managers to show that they can function on 80 percent or less than their current operating budgets. National Park Service officials have ...
7:14 a.m.
Editorial: Heinous act of terrorism
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the barbaric bombing. But that wasn't the case with the terrorist group Hamas, which recently won a majority of seats in Palestinian legislative elections. Hamas defended the bombing.
7:14 a.m.
Letter: Employers should sponsor illegal workers
The proposed worker verification program would require that all business owners submit their employees' names and Social Security numbers to check against two government databases for valid workers' legal status. This can be more easily ...
7:14 a.m.
Letter: G-Sting and FBI like the Keystone Cops
Thanks for providing me with an amusing, well-written read. Your article details the relationship between Michael Galardi and FBI agent Robert Pellet. That mean Galardi forced that poor fragile FBI agent Pellet into all those ...
7:14 a.m.
Letter: Free fare could boost monorail ridership
Nevertheless, it has been a losing proposition from the start. Why don't they wise up by offering free transportation to everyone for an indefinite period of time. If you never used it until now, you ...
7:14 a.m.
Letter: Rumsfeld's praise a reminder of Brown's
Leopold A. Potsiadlo, Las Vegas
7:13 a.m.
Editorial: More troubling revelations
According to a copyrighted story in Sunday's Las Vegas Sun, the Justice Department records show that FBI agent Robert Pellet admitted to accepting gifts from Galardi that included free admission to Cheetahs, drinks, lap dances, ...
7:13 a.m.
Hunt to save bighorn to begin this week
Bob Posey, regional supervisor with the Arizona Game and Fish Department in Kingman, said culling the mountain lion population in the Black Mountain region was the only tool left to the agency, which is trying ...
7:13 a.m.
Teamsters optimistic in schools election
The election, which the Nevada Supreme Court ordered four months ago, gives the district's support employees a choice of retaining the Education Support Employees Association, choosing the Teamsters or choosing to have no union.
7:13 a.m.
Case of dead guinea pigs will go to court
A Las Vegas woman fined for dumping dirt and dead guinea pigs outside her property has found an attorney to challenge the Clark County Health District in court.
7:13 a.m.
Development wins EPA award
Coyote Springs, a project straddling the Lincoln-Clark county line that ultimately could have 160,000 homes, received the award Monday from the EPA's Region 9 office in San Francisco. The EPA also recognized Harvey Whittemore, the ...
7:12 a.m.
Eyes in the sky getting more and more use in Vegas
While Las Vegas Boulevard is one of the world's security camera epicenters, the surveillance craze is spilling over into other areas, too, from libraries and taxicabs to interstates and elevators.
7:12 a.m.
Red Rock ready to roll
Woods, a real estate agent who patronizes the Suncoast and North Las Vegas casinos, paused during a recent visit to the Boca Park shopping center to say she can hardly wait for Red Rock to ...
7:12 a.m.
Appeals court ruling on homeless sparks local debate
City officials and defense attorneys disagree over the meaning of a ruling Friday by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on arrests of homeless people. The court cited a Las Vegas ordinance as an ...
7:12 a.m.
CORRECTION
CORRECTION
7:12 a.m.
New DOE strategy won't help Yucca situation
The new group in charge of DOE's Yucca Mountain program is no exception. Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman and his hand-picked acting director of the Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management, Paul Golan, have managed in ...
3:07 a.m.

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