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Archive for July 15, 2006

LOOKING IN ON: SOCCER
Then he resigned as the team's coach.
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DULY NOTED
Las Vegas is such a great live sports town that the last time the Triple-A World Series was held here was the last time it was held at all.
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FLASHPOINT for Jul 15, 2006
FLASHPOINT for Jul 15, 2006
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Editorial: America's youth shows maturity
Young people are flocking in record numbers to national service organizations such as the Peace Corps and Teach for America, which puts talented young graduates to work in underserved schools across the nation, USA Today ...
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Editorial: House rushes to judgment
The bill would ban Internet gambling, an activity in which millions of Americans participate and which generates worldwide revenue of an estimated $12 billion a year.
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Letter: War on drugs being waged on honest citizens
Thousands of Americans who order their prescriptions from Canada and other countries have received notice from the government that their medications have been confiscated.
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Letter: No Child Left Behind is unclear and unfair
I don't understand what is required so that I will become regarded as "highly qualified." Teachers must meet this requirement but are not told what this means. I have been advised, as a special educator, ...
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Letter: U.S. military makes room for Jedi
Somebody's personal religious beliefs are just basically important to them and should be respected. This shouldn't be a big deal to any institution wishing to honor Iraq war casualties.
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Editorial: Tribunals questioned
According to a story by The Washington Post on Thursday, some House Republicans said this week that Congress should "just ratify" the special military commission trials set up by the Defense Department, as President Bush ...
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Putting it to a vote
The Southern Nevada Water Authority's plans to pump ground water from White Pine County have roiled the rural area for years - and two sons of Greek immigrants are at the center of the controversy.
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R-J's parent company named in Bay Area lawsuit
Plaintiff Clinton Reilly sued Review-Journal parent Stephens Group Inc. of Little Rock, Ark., along with Media- News Group Inc. of Denver, The Hearst Corp. of New York, Gannett Co. Inc. of McClain, Va., and the ...
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Class of '41 witnessed changing desert town
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