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Archive for February 23, 2006

Coach turns heat up on frigid Wranglers
An overtime defeat to Victoria resulted in the first back-to-back defeats for Las Vegas in 2006. The clubhouse hadn't been so quiet since last season, when the Wranglers finished 31-33-8.
11:29 a.m.
Johnson will feel Knaus' penalty
Not having Knaus as crew chief for the next three Nextel Cup races - including the March 12 race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where Johnson is the defending winner - is about the heaviest ...
11:29 a.m.
TAKE FIVE: Viva amadeus
1. Brain music The Mozart Society of America is based at UNLV. Seriously. Established in 1996 in Baltimore, the international academic organization provides a forum for Mozart scholars, and disseminates information on new recordings and ...
11:29 a.m.
John Katsilometes opens the throttle on the takeoff party for the new LVM
A throng of more than 800 turned out Tuesday night for the party announcing the launch of Las Vegas Magazine (or, LVM). The magazine formerly known as Showbiz is published by Greenspun Media Group (which ...
11:29 a.m.
'Mamma' improves with age
The show that inspired the latest talk about Las Vegas becoming a "Broadway West" celebrates its third year at Mandalay Bay tonight.
11:28 a.m.
Letter: No enthusiasm for architect's plan
It will be a very expensive structure because it has so many exterior surfaces and odd angles. The building will be prone to water leaks because of its strange configuration and many exterior joints. The ...
11:28 a.m.
Letter: Building design not meant to be easy
If one asked pretty much anyone on the planet about Las Vegas they might easily create some fantasy in their head. Do "we" easily understand all the ramifications of what Las Vegas will mean to ...
11:28 a.m.
FLASHPOINT Feb 23, 2006
FLASHPOINT Feb 23, 2006
11:28 a.m.
Senior vote may surprise GOP
Since the enrollment period began three months ago, an estimated 5.4 million seniors have signed on. With about 40 million seniors eligible, the relatively slow rate of sign ups may indicate that seniors will not ...
11:28 a.m.
Selling, sealing meat is a gas
Many consumers in today's world are rushed, however. If the meat looks nice and red, it lands in their shopping cart. It is possible the meat then lands in their refrigerator, where it remains for ...
11:28 a.m.
Letter: Port decision an attack waiting to happen
Isn't there one American-owned company that has the resources, knowledge and skill to operate our seaports? Are we so weak that we have to outsource port security to foreign countries? Why was a company owned ...
11:27 a.m.
Editorial: Dismantling the environment
According to The Washington Post, Bureau of Land Management wildlife biologists in the agency's office in Pinedale, Wyo. - an area called the "Serengeti of the West" because of its large deer and antelope herds ...
11:27 a.m.
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It will be a very expensive structure because it has so many exterior surfaces and odd angles. The building will be prone to water leaks because of its strange configuration and many exterior joints. The ...
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Bob Reeve, in his Feb. 21 letter ("Gehry design may be wrong statement") states that we should be careful that the fantasy that "we" are trying to maintain (in Las Vegas) is not easily misunderstood.
8:50 a.m.
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Isn't there one American-owned company that has the resources, knowledge and skill to operate our seaports? Are we so weak that we have to outsource port security to foreign countries? Why was a company owned ...
8:49 a.m.
Editorial: Senior vote may surprise GOP
Since the enrollment period began three months ago, an estimated 5.4 million seniors have signed on. With about 40 million seniors eligible, the relatively slow rate of sign ups may indicate that seniors will not ...
7:13 a.m.
Editorial: Selling, sealing meat is a gas
Many consumers in today's world are rushed, however. If the meat looks nice and red, it lands in their shopping cart. It is possible the meat then lands in their refrigerator, where it remains for ...
7:12 a.m.
Editorial: A clear look at the Walters deal
A story by the Las Vegas Sun's Steve Kanigher on Sunday offered an excellent point-by-point assessment of what such a deal would actually mean for all involved - Walters, the city and, most importantly, the ...
7:12 a.m.
Report prompts changes at state mental hospital
After the hospital was reinspected Monday and Tuesday by the same team, state officials learned Wednesday that the hospital had passed.
7:12 a.m.
Invasion of the species
Nevada is under siege. And we welcomed the attack.
7:11 a.m.
East meets West on Spring Mountain
Andrew Lai sees a future with people dancing in the street.
7:11 a.m.
Las Vegas ordinance on strip clubs kindles justices' interest
Justices peppered attorneys for the female dancers and the city with a variety of questions, many involving the subject of whether nude dancing is a form of constitutionally protected freedom of expression.
7:11 a.m.
Olympia Gaming on the move
Developer Garry Goett has more than doubled the number of hotel rooms he plans to build at his Southern Highlands resort, a project at the southernmost tip of the Las Vegas Valley that would ultimately ...
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