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Archive for June 20, 2006

DULY NOTED
It was just a couple of weeks ago that Las Vegas 51s President Don Logan reminded his old baseball pal Manny Cortez about a golf date they had been putting off.
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TAKE FIVE: Boomer Arbelaez
Size: 5-11, 170 pounds
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LOOKING IN ON: GOLF
When Da Sol Chung signed a letter of intent to play golf at UNLV, Rebels coach Missy Ringler predicted Chung would make an immediate impact.
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LOOKING IN ON: GAMING
Got parking?
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John Katsilometes reports on The 88, a band whose piano player's roots are in Las Vegas
And before you can say, "I'll take Paul Lynde to block," Bruce Merrin had won the piano that would help make his son a rock star.
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FLASHPOINT for Jun 20, 2006
FLASHPOINT for Jun 20, 2006
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Editorial: Our voice to the world
"We've gone from being the No. 1 gaming destination in the world to being the No. 1 resort destination in the world," he told the Las Vegas Sun.
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Editorial: Stepping up to a new role
"When I was growing up, the closest that little girls could come to the altar was singing in the choir," she told the Las Vegas Sun.
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Letter: People must keep tabs on judges they elect
If we can't trust our courts to fairly and reasonably resolve our differences, what other options do we have? Every thinking person in Nevada should be greatly concerned about this issue.
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Letter: Governor should not put business first
Now isn't that just dandy. Just what we need. In a state dominated by the casino industry and other businesses, a governor who will stay up nights worrying about their welfare.
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Letter: Inappropriate venue for singer's remarks
You don't slam the president of your country while in another country. Say anything you want about anyone you want, but not in a foreign country. Natalie Maines has got to be a moron if ...
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Letter: Global warming is a matter of science
Mr. Hollabaugh then supports his claims with flimsy psuedo-logic and statistics. He reminds me of the chain-smoker who ignores the health risks of smoking or the alcoholic who points to his Uncle Albert who lived ...
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Editorial: Call for accountability
According to a story by the Las Vegas Sun, the Institute for Security Studies in 2003 received Energy Department funding and approval by the Nevada Board of Regents on the basis of a seven-point mission ...
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LOOKING IN ON: WASHINGTON
Even breakfast on the Hill for constituents of House members is not bipartisan
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Practice, policies might not be in tune
CARSON CITY - Nevada state prison policy provides that inmates pay no more than $8 to see a doctor and get test results - but prisoners' advocates say that is not the practice at some ...
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ZIP and your address changes
Starting next month, the poor rich folks in Lake Las Vegas will know exactly how Margaret Drysdale felt when she found out that the Clampetts were moving in next door.
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Secretive facility under fire
Expressing sentiments ranging from concern to embarrassment, university system officials said Monday that they want a full accounting of how a secretive UNLV counterterrorism institute has spent millions of taxpayer dollars.
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Mixed signals received on Test Site blast
Despite claims to the contrary, the planned detonation of 700 tons of chemical explosives at the Nevada Test Site is not quite dead.
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