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Archive for December 4, 2006

Ron Kantowski on how one of the smallest guys on the field made the biggest impact of all the Wildcats in another championship win
Unfortunately, the first thing he saw wearing black and red was a man-mountain named Art Plunkett, a Las Vegas assistant coach who was a starting offensive tackle for the Super Bowl New England Patriots.
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John Katsilometes on '48 Hours Mystery's' interest in the death of Kathy Augustine
A CBS News spokeswoman confirmed that producers of the hourlong program, which airs at 10 p.m. Saturdays, have been investigating the story.
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Search for thriving jazz scene led to U.S.
'Once I play, they'll shut up,' says the young jazz bassist of her skeptics
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Q+A: Tamara Conniff
What: Billboard Music Awards
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FLASHPOINT for Dec 04, 2006
The more things change in Las Vegas, the more they don't. No, this isn't a rant about juice or political incest or any of my usual hobbyhorses. This is about college sports. Two decades ago ...
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Editorial: Protections still needed
According to a recent story by the Associated Press, the report says that only 3 percent of oil deposits and 13 percent of natural gas contained beneath 99 million acres of federal land may be ...
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Editorial: GM finally looking ahead
The company that lost its place atop the auto world by arrogantly believing consumer interest in its gas hogs would keep growing despite soaring energy prices has now committed itself to the next generation of ...
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Editorial: EPA asleep at the wheel
By making this claim, the administration is distancing itself from any involvement in one of the most pressing environmental issues of our time - global warming.
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Letter: Parking spaces reserved for good reason
Some 15 to 20 years ago, after my brother suffered a severe stroke and was in a wheelchair, I "hauled" him around to do his shopping. I was particularly incensed when I saw someone with ...
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Letter: Total isolation is only way to please some
Maybe history will cast an approving judgment on the Iraq war, but centuries of hatred between the Shiite and Sunni sects may not be settled until the last Sunni or Shiite survives the bloodletting. It ...
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Letter: Killers, Panic! don't represent Vegas scene
I am an avid follower of the Las Vegas music scene that Mr. Kulish spoke of in Tuesday's edition. Being a fan of the scene for more than 10 years, it's frustrating for me to ...
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The Clark County School Board won't vote until January on a proposal to increase graduation requirements, but campus guidance counselors have already raised the bar.
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WASHINGTON - They like to think of it as the green felt revolution - the upset defeat of Iowa Rep. Jim Leach, father of the Internet gambling ban, in last month's congressional election.
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Crime hasn't closed other parks
City officials cited safety concerns when they closed a local park last week, but statistics on crime and calls for police aid around other city parks and buildings are considerably higher.
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Protector of the wash
Jill DeStefano moved away from Florida to get away from incessant development. Southern Nevada probably wasn't the best choice for someone looking for a quiet place.
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Questions for citizenship test have some perplexed
Quick. Name one of the authors of the Federalist papers.
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Unclaimed property feeds state coffers at growing rate
Tens of millions of dollars in unclaimed property flow into the Nevada treasurer's office annually.
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Monorail needs line to remain on track
Curtis Myles has been a little on edge lately, and it has nothing to do with the Las Vegas Monorail Co.'s low passenger counts, subpar credit rating or the blistering he routinely takes from critics ...
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