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Archive for July 8, 2006

Editorial: Techno-challenged FBI
Court documents have revealed that a government consultant in 2004 used two programs easily available on the Internet to hack into FBI computers and obtain thousands of employee passwords, including Director Robert Mueller's. The consultant ...
7:42 a.m.
Editorial: Water's seedy side
But according to a story in the Las Vegas Sun on Thursday, "seeding" clouds likely could produce only a limited supplement to the Colorado River system that supplies the Las Vegas Valley's drinking water.
7:42 a.m.
Letter: Media botch it on national security
Yes, they are really slipping up. Why did they not let the world know beforehand of the North Koreans' secret intention to test missiles on our national holiday of independence?
7:42 a.m.
Letter: Wicca is no exception to freedom of religion
As a Wiccan veteran, one who was not allowed to put "Wiccan" on dog-tags, but rather put "nopref," there simply are no words when someone stands up and speaks for so many of us who ...
7:42 a.m.
Letter: Feelings of heartache on Fourth of July
It is extremely sad to think of all those who couldn't be with their loved ones on this day and all the many heartaches that have been caused by this most incompetent and worthless Bush ...
7:42 a.m.
Editorial: Health care costs run wild
Olsen is an Army veteran and University of Nebraska graduate who is now living in the Lake Tahoe area after careers in Arizona and California as a dentist and dental health insurance executive.
7:41 a.m.
TAKE FIVE: ultimate fighting championship
Co-main events: Andrei Arlovski (11-4) vs. Tim Sylvia (23-2), for Sylvia's UFC heavyweight title; Ken Shamrock (26-10-2) vs. Tito Ortiz (14-4), light heavyweights
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Still getting a kick out of soccer
His goal is to play one full half. Even if he logs less than 45 minutes, he knows walking will be a chore for a couple of days.
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Security studies' layoffs slated
One-third of the staff at the UNLV Research Foundation and its troubled Institute for Security Studies will be terminated when the employees' contracts expire next year, officials said Friday.
7:41 a.m.
A registered nurse for 30 years, Sally Jost is in hot demand. Her phone rings constantly with unsolicited lucrative job offers from employers who have apparently pulled her name from the state's licensing rolls. Her ...
7:41 a.m.
Nevada, Utah could reach deal soon
Nevada and Utah are quietly in talks to divide water resources in a shared valley 250 miles north of Las Vegas, and the negotiations could lead to an agreement before year's end - a prospect ...
7:40 a.m.
TASC court battle looking more likely
It appears likely that state election officials will certify the Tax and Spending Control initiative for the ballot. It appears just as likely that the courts, not voters, will have the first say on the ...
7:40 a.m.
Angle to the right
The U.S. Constitution does not guarantee life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness even though Assemblywoman Sharron Angle says it does.
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