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Archive for July 21, 2006

Jeff Haney gets an early read on what looks to be a busy sports betting season
Location: 630 S. 11th St.
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TAKE FIVE: BRENDAN GAUGHAN
"Fun" is just about the last word Brendan Gaughan uses to describe his lone season in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series.
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International scene grows on Las Vegas soccer star
It's winter here, but beautiful with temperatures in the 80s. At first, it was a bit strange because Vegas is unique. Everywhere else in the world just seems so different to me. I definitely feel ...
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John Katsilometes on a friendship taking flight between a star of Las Vegas' 'Phantom' and a mockingbird he found busted up in his back yard
Barrett was given a list of instructions: Feed the bird specially formulated bird food mixed with water from an eye dropper every three hours, keep him indoors and protected from the elements for two months ...
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Judge lands in middle of feud
Was it nothing more than a clerical slip-up, the kind that occasionally happens in the busy offices of Clark County judges?
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FLASHPOINT for Jul 21, 2006
FLASHPOINT for Jul 21, 2006
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Jon Ralston on Las Vegas doctors counting unhatched chickens, Dina Titus trying to prove her love for Reno and GOP senators afraid of a debate
The docs resurface: You haven't heard much from the doctors since their smashing victory in 2004 over the trial lawyers on tort reform and the medical-malpractice issue. Remember all those doctors walking along the highway, ...
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Editorial: Shed light on home offers
Paraphrasing one of the real estate agents, a resident told the Las Vegas Sun, "He said you'll want to sell when yours is the only house left and there are a dozen bulldozers all around ...
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Editorial: About-face on Iraq
According to a story by the Washington Post on Thursday, congressional Republicans are edging away from President Bush's stay-the-course stubbornness and are saying that they don't have to agree with his every decision about the ...
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Letter: Disparity in pay reveals misguided priorities
It's a story of what the Clark County School District does to welcome new teachers into the district. This story talked about one of their new teachers, an ex-Marine, who will be a driver's education ...
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Letter: Stem-cell research won't destroy life
When couples are not able to conceive, they can turn to science. A female's eggs are harvested, placed in petri dishes, and then fertilized with sperm from the male.
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Letter: Bush's gift to the right hurts search for cures
It couldn't possibly have anything to do with serving his conservative and religious base. Is this man for real?
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Editorial: Judging the judges
According to a story Wednesday by the Las Vegas Sun, the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline, which investigates complaints against judges, can take two years or more to resolve a single complaint. And unless the ...
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Light banter fills room at latest Yucca hearing
But there are exceptions. This week, certain lawmakers on Capitol Hill were brimming with hope as they spoke with the enthusiastic new director of the planned nuclear waste burial site at Yucca Mountain. Edward Sproat ...
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Brian Greenspun Guest writer offers stirring view of events in Middle East
We have come here today to express solidarity with the government and the people of Israel who have been victims of vicious unprovoked attacks from Hezbollah and Hamas.
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Feds to UNLV anti-terror school: Explain or else
The department's National Nuclear Security Administration informed the counterterrorism institute in writing this week that it has authority to withhold $5 million in unused funding if the institute does not comply with the terms of ...
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A hard road for a dream
Las Vegas, self-proclaimed "Entertainment Capital of the World," draws them like a magnet, these wannabe headliners in search of a marquee.
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