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Archive for March 3, 2006

FALLEN U.S. TROOPS
Army Sgt. Dimitri Muscat,
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FACE TO FACE With Jon Ralston
FACE TO FACE With Jon Ralston
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Culinary not yet on Titus' dance card
Sen. Dina Titus has racked up a number of big-time endorsements from labor unions in her bid to become the Democratic nominee for governor: teachers, firefighters, public employees, among others. One, however, is conspicuously absent ...
10:43 a.m.
Academic med center compromise forming
Specifics remain to be worked out, and Dr. John McDonald, dean of the Nevada medical school, has yet to bring a plan for a center to the Board of Regents - something he plans to ...
10:42 a.m.
Looking back
Clark County population 103,000 1.75 million Median home price $17,800 $250,000 Student enrollment 20,420 291,510 Total schools 30 317 District employees 1,300 34,249 Operating budget $7.25 million $1.7 billion Per-pupil expenditure $300 $5,600 Starting teacher ...
10:42 a.m.
Note to judge leads to criminal trial
A year ago David Panko tried to warn District Judge Michelle Leavitt.
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FLASHPOINT for MAR 03, 2006
So will George Clooney be saying good night and good luck to Las Vegas, leaving behind a dream called Las Ramblas? One of his local partners, Jim Stuart, candidly said Thursday that he's not sure ...
7:57 a.m.
Jeff Haney on why bookies, wise guys will return because 'year of the favorite' was a fluke
Henderson-based TV sports prognosticator Wayne Root has updated that old Kinerism to reflect the reality of the modern sports betting scene in Las Vegas.
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TAKE FIVE: UNLV VS. TEXAS BASEBALL
When UNLV head baseball coach Buddy Gouldsmith looks across the field this evening during the first of a three-game series with defending national champion University of Texas, he won't just see one of the most ...
7:47 a.m.
EXCUSE THE INTERJECTION
DO FANS DESERVE A REFUND WHEN HEADLINERS WITHDRAW FROM TOURNAMENTS ON SHORT NOTICE?
7:47 a.m.
John Katsilometes on how a clasp of hands between 'La Cage' star Frank Marino and Norbert Aleman was likely a tip-off that their feud has come to an end
That clasp of mitts was, it seems, a signal of something more than just a handshake agreement between the two.
7:46 a.m.
Jon Ralston pulls no punches on the race for governor, guilt by association and the Walters mess
Master of the Democratic domain? Henderson Mayor Jim Gibson, whom I have lampooned at times for being invisible so far, apparently doesn't have to do much because he is all but even in a poll ...
7:46 a.m.
Editorial: Right message, wrong messenger
"The American dream begins with saving money and that should begin on the very first day of work," Cheney told a conference in Washington that was looking at ways to get more Americans to start ...
7:46 a.m.
Editorial: What happened to leadership?
The video, which was leaked to the Associated Press, aired Wednesday. It shows an exchange of information between federal officials and officials of the Gulf States that were in the path of the storm, which ...
7:46 a.m.
Letter: Democracy in Iraq might not be possible
Many military people see no hope of success in Iraq. As the situation deteriorates it is time to consider whether our troops may be at risk of being turned against and overrun by destitute Iraqi ...
7:46 a.m.
Letter: Equal access would make lobbying fair
For every meeting granted to lobbyists, that representative or staff member must provide the same equal access and time to any opposition group on a first-come, first-served basis. All meetings and times are to be ...
7:45 a.m.
Letter: HOA assessments are not optional dues
These assessments are used, among other things, to insure the homeowners' association, repair and maintain any common items (landscaping, pool, clubhouse, gates, private streets, etc.), pay for utilities, legal and accounting fees, postage, and management ...
7:45 a.m.
Editorial: Cutting off Canadian drugs
According to the St. Petersburg Times, such drug imports are against federal laws, although many municipalities, counties and states - including Nevada - contend the law has a loophole that allows individuals to acquire them ...
7:45 a.m.
County will consider an EOB bailout
Buckling under spiraling debt and facing a future in doubt, the Economic Opportunity Board is looking for $250,000 from Clark County to help pay bills.
7:45 a.m.
Student walkout raises questions
Students at Green Valley High School staged a peaceful walkout Thursday to protest what they claim is unfair treatment of minorities by the campus administration.
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Tom Gorman on the chances the lawn mower is going the way of the horse and buggy
And that's rotten for George and Phyllis Diether. They sell and repair lawn mowers. Their business, The Lawnmower Shop on Nellis Boulevard near Tropicana Avenue, just started its 25th year. And it won't be their ...
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