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Archive for July 20, 2006

LOOKING IN ON: MOTOR SPORTS
Some guys just can't catch a break.
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TAKE FIVE: David Lee Roth
When: 8 p.m. Thursday, doors open at 7 p.m.
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John Katsilometes talks to a theater professor about his latest HBO movie project
And taking on broad, important themes is entirely in character for UNLV associate professor of theater Bob Benedetti, who this week closed a deal to write and produce his third movie for HBO. "Dynamite and ...
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Letter: Don't ignore role of U.S. in this crisis
What no one seems to attach much importance to, however, is the ongoing cause-and-effect chain of events that began with the West and Israel cutting off funds to the democratically elected Hamas government - which ...
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Letter: Who will deliver us from evil in ourselves?
The opening paragraphs of the NSS states, "It is the policy of the United States to seek and support democratic movements and institutions in every nation and culture, with the ultimate goal of ending tyranny ...
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'Bling on your string'
Would you tempt one with a 3-pound, solid-gold fishing lure? Throw it into the sea? One covered with nearly 5,000 gemstones, most of them diamonds, and valued at $1 million?
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FLASHPOINT for Jul 20, 2006
FLASHPOINT for Jul 20, 2006
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Editorial: National health offensive
But according to a recent story by the Washington Post, children's doctors say that isn't true, and many doctors still find it difficult to tell parents that their children are overweight.
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Editorial: A question of leadership
Federal auditors examined purchases made during five months last year, including months following Hurricane Katrina when the spending limits on many of the credit cards were increased from $2,500 to $250,000.
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Letter: Bush does not represent the will of the people
I'm tired of sitting back and watching as this administration brings America back to the Comstock days of the 1800s. If Bush's reason for finally picking up the veto pen is some Americans consider this ...
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Editorial: Let nuke waste stay put
With each passing year, additional evidence keeps accumulating that shows how dangerous it is to ship nuclear waste thousands of miles to Nevada and how unsafe it is to bury the waste in the seismically ...
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Las Vegas Sands sues Sun over business column
The lawsuit, filed in Clark County District Court, asks for more than $10,000 in damages Sands claims was caused by a Simpson column published April 2. The column analyzed the competitors for a Singapore casino ...
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Smut dealers play games with newsrack rules
Rifle through the 2,800 permitted racks on county sidewalks and you'll find advertisements for strippers, topless clubs and escort services.
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Too many children call city streets home
Looking back on his precarious but relatively brief life, Masa Warden shook his head.
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KID GLOVES
In the vernacular of the sport it was supposed to try to make safer, you could say that Nevada's Advisory Committee on Boxer Health and Safety never laid a glove on what truly ails the ...
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Las Vegas approves plan for downtown grand prix race in April
The City Council unanimously approved a commitment Wednesday with a group called DDB Ventures to stage the Las Vegas Grand Prix, with the inaugural race set for April 8, 2007.
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