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Archive for August 30, 2006

Jeff Haney on the poker community's reaction to any ban of the online game
Groups monitoring the legislation include privacy advocates, Texas hold 'em sit-n-go tournament junkies and diehard Let It Ride loyalists.
7:17 a.m.
CCSN gets pitching help from pro prospect
The pitcher and the coach had been verbally jousting for two weeks.
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THE ELEVATOR
GOING UP
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Editorial: Change, but without chaos
The Clark County Commission, and in particular, Commissioner Bruce Woodbury, has taken a strong stand against the question - a stand we fully support. On Tuesday the commission will discuss sensible alternatives to the question, ...
7:17 a.m.
Editorial: The invisible population
The Nevada Highway Patrol arrested Warren Steed Jeffs, leader of a sect called the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as he was driving on Interstate 15 just north of Las Vegas. Jeffs, ...
7:17 a.m.
Letter: Here's hoping PISTOL gets whipped
If Question 2 passes, taxpayers will be faced with billions of dollars in lawsuits by individuals who choose to take advantage of the language. Terms such as "just compensation" are thrown about when, in reality, ...
7:16 a.m.
MAGIC show
MAGIC show
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Letter: Katrina could not have been prevented
Had the Federal Emergency Management Agency's employees been any closer, they, too, would have faced destruction by the hurricane. Had the National Guard been on site, it would have faced destruction. Had the federal government's ...
7:16 a.m.
Letter: Setting the record straight on energy
He speaks of the massive amount of government funding that these energy sources have received. If he knew very much about the history of energy development, he would find that nuclear, for one, has received ...
7:16 a.m.
Editorial: No master plan for bird flu
The Research Triangle Institute International, a nonprofit group based in North Carolina, studied the pandemic plans posted on the Web sites of 49 state health departments (Louisiana's wasn't posted) and found inconsistencies in identifying and ...
7:15 a.m.
School District's innovative use of funds too much for state
Saying they were committed to elevating student achievement, state legislators in 2005 promised to dole out $78 million to promote innovative school programs.
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Traffic-stopping overture for Jerry's kids
It was a bizarre request - even for Las Vegas.
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RED TAPE CHRONICLES
A newsroom phone rings and the American Civil Liberties Union is on the line with a tantalizing news tip: Advanced Technologies Academy, a magnet high school in Las Vegas, seems to be violating the rights ...
7:15 a.m.
What was Paul Adams thinking?
With the traditional Labor Day kickoff to the fall campaign season only days away, state Democrats have received a political gift from an unlikely source - Nevada's Republican Party chairman.
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Plaintiffs hunt Coyote
Contractors are continuing to carve out a golf course and lay out the roads for a massive housing development 55 miles north of Las Vegas, but a pair of environmental groups hope to throw an ...
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