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Archive for February 25, 2006

Caligiuri to join the gods of the sport in Greece
Twenty years ago, Caligiuri (cal-a-JUR-ee) played in a FIFA/UNICEF All-Star game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Diego Maradona had just helped Argentina win the World Cup in Mexico.
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TAKE FIVE: SHANE MOSLEY VS. FERNANDO VARGAS
Stakes: Junior middleweight eliminator scheduled for 12 rounds
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Editorial: A no-nonsense chancellor
The recommendation by the Faculty Senate is in the wake of Rogers pushing UNLV President Carol Harter out and his role in UNR President John Lilley leaving to become the president of Baylor University in ...
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Letter: No need to belittle architect's critics
He baselessly assigns a flock of supposed bad taste enthusiasms to "these people" who have the temerity to express their opinions strongly, implying that his readers have some horrible inconsistency in their aesthetic judgments. This ...
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Letter: If you don't like your red state, get out
Most of the time I simply ignore the transparent views of "Bush Haters."
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Letter: Stubbornness should get Bush impeached
The United Arab Emirates is a country like Switzerland, a so-called neutral during World War II, but it will blow with any wind that is financially advantageous to it. Like it said in a recent ...
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Editorial: Troop reduction hope fades
The shrine, sacred to Shiite Muslims, was built in 868 A.D. and contains the tombs of the 10th and 11th imams, father and son, who were persecuted for their faith. The shrine's most distinctive feature, ...
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Editorial: Coral reefs in jeopardy
According to the Associated Press, U.S. Geological Survey scientists studying coral reefs in Hawaii say higher water levels will mean larger waves and faster currents, which can damage the outer or fringe reefs. Such currents ...
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Letter: Selling ports flies in face of common sense
The United Arab Emirates' record on terrorism is very mixed, to say the least.
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FLASHPOINT for Feb 25, 2005
FLASHPOINT for Feb 25, 2005
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Nuclear power industry recharged
WASHINGTON - Bolstered by President Bush's call for a nuclear energy renaissance, the nuclear power industry is launching what it describes as the most ambitious campaign in its history to try to shift public opinion ...
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Who needs quakes?
As he cleaned his pool one day recently, with a boulder-covered hillside serving as a picturesque backdrop to his home, Gary Burke relished the quiet lifestyle he expected when he moved to a senior community ...
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Lovelock inmates enter the world of designer leisure wear
The small northwestern Nevada town may not be ready just yet to take its place among the glitziest fashion capitals of the world, but it's on the map and looking to grow.
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Tennis, everyone?
The Stacy and Amanda Darling Memorial Tennis Center went through some costly - though not as much as expected - repairs and upgrades in preparation for next week's Tennis Channel Open professional tournament.
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Utah group lands in Nevada
CARSON CITY A polygamist group has put down roots in Lincoln County, according to a Salt Lake City television station, which reported this week that farm equipment owned by the group had illegally been moved ...
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