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Archive for August 22, 2006

7:16 a.m.
Jace Meier is the son most parents can only dream about.
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'No you don't' to wee-hour 'I do's'
Clark County could have saved Britney Spears a lot of grief if it had cut the graveyard shift at its marriage license bureau 2 1/2 years ago.
7:15 a.m.
John Katsilometes notes a schedule change - and possibly more on the horizon - for 'Phantom: Las Vegas Spectacular'
Producers are tweaking the schedule for "Phantom," with the changes to take effect Sept. 12, when the show will be entering its fourth month at its $40 million theater at the Venetian. The new schedule ...
7:15 a.m.
All that glitter is not Gold's, says lawsuit seeking half of poker win
Call it the $6 million promise.
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No politician left behind
As 700 new teachers nibbled grilled chicken and tortellini Monday, they got a great big welcome to Nevada in the form of a lesson about politics and public education.
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'Frenetic' CCSN has some really big plans
To say that Community College of Southern Nevada President Richard Carpenter is ambitious is to say that his boss, university system Chancellor Jim Rogers, has a few bucks.
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Reaching out to minorities
As he was leaving an event where Dina Titus had offered her platform to black community leaders, Cordell Stokes said he heard a few stray comments on the sound of Georgia in the candidate for ...
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Editorial: How to make the grade
An important measure of tiers is the quality of students the colleges are able to attract. While fourth- and third-tier schools are not devoid of outstanding students, the academic background overall of the student body ...
7:14 a.m.
Editorial: Stop the whining
The Associated Press reported that New Hampshire's Democratic politicians already are threatening to ignore the Democratic National Committee's decision and move up the state's primary before Nevada's caucus is held. "The DNC did not give ...
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Letter: Political rush may allow terrorists to go free
The problem is that I keep waiting for evidence against the alleged bombers that will stand up in court. So far there has been none, and one wonders why the police did not wait until ...
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Letter: Smokers surely can't plead ignorance
I have lived in eight countries, and in every one of those countries I never met a smoker who did not know that cigarettes or tobacco products were addictive and bad for their health. They ...
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Letter: Payments to civilians drip with oil, blood
Reminds me of Richard Nixon's pre-election increase of our post-service benefits after we returned to civilian life after service in the Vietnam conflict. Nothing like a gift of cash to secure a few extra votes.
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Editorial: A G-sting day of reckoning
The time for such soul-searching was before they betrayed the public and sold their votes to strip-club owner Michael Galardi. The Associated Press described Herrera as appearing "choked with emotion" while he apologized to the ...
7:13 a.m.
FLASHPOINT for Aug 22, 2006
I know it's only August, but I can't wait for January so I can start watching County Commission meetings again. Come January, the days of bland and poses are over. It's Chris and Cowboy Time. ...
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