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Archive for March 22, 2006

Jeff Haney on the 2003 winner of $2.5 million in the main event at Binion's and his return to the poker tourneys after some serious Moneymaker enterprises
"I've been devoting so much time to my company, Moneymaker Gaming, that I haven't been able to play as much as I would have liked," he said in an interview with the Sun. "I'm hoping ...
7:11 a.m.
Lavin fills in Sweet spots
Kentucky lost the second rounder, 87-83, and the radio personality said Lavin gives some of the best insight in the industry.
7:11 a.m.
Two dead guinea pigs lead to fine from Health District
No witnesses came forward at a March 15 hearing before a Health District hearing officer to say they saw her dump the debris butting up against her back wall, which borders on the Flamingo Wash.
7:11 a.m.
Stardust stages its final act
What: "Headlights & Tailpipes"
7:11 a.m.
FLASHPOINT for Mar 22, 2006
FLASHPOINT for Mar 22, 2006
7:10 a.m.
Jon Ralston on Fran Deane's defense and her claims of Thom Reilly's threats against her
In a relatively composed performance on "Face to Face" on Tuesday, Deane insisted that while she has contemplated resigning in the wake of a police probe, she is "not going to resign for something I ...
7:10 a.m.
Letter: Las Vegas streets are dangerous
It seemed clear to me that Las Vegas was not a typical city for driving, when three weeks after my wife arrived from our former home in Seattle, she was involved in a serious car ...
7:10 a.m.
Editorial: Who is testing the testers?
The problem is national and has reached the point that The New York Times reported in a recent article that students, parents and college and high school officials are asking: Who is watching the testing ...
7:10 a.m.
Editorial: A 9/11 lesson for the ages
Of particular importance Monday was the testimony of Minneapolis FBI agent Harry Samit, who had interrogated Moussaoui after his arrest on Aug. 16, 2001. According to coverage by Washington Post reporters, Samit told the jurors ...
7:10 a.m.
Letter: Bush's booming economy a lie
The editorial only addressed the problem at the federal level. Digging deeper, you find that the personal indebtedness has risen, too. Untold numbers live with maxed-out cards and delinquent mortgage payments with creditors hounding them ...
7:09 a.m.
Letter: Schools should teach 'English Only'
Fortunately, over 97 percent of Clark County's schools use the Immersion or "English Only" approach for ELL students. In the interest of maintaining a cohesive society, where everyone can communicate with each other in a ...
7:09 a.m.
Letter: Raise salaries for county's teachers
I do not question the police salary; they have a dangerous job and deserve everything they get. But to hold teachers in such low esteem by paying them these ridiculous salaries shows what School Board ...
7:09 a.m.
Editorial: Cleaning up court records
"Written judgments containing errors are being presented to this court with increasing frequency," Justice John Maupin wrote in the 5-2 decision issued Thursday for a case in which District Judge John McGroarty's written and oral ...
7:09 a.m.
Hamas a danger to Middle East, consul warns
Or perhaps the answer was in his tongue-in-cheek comment at the beginning of the talk on Tuesday at the Venetian: "We have had, for the last 58 years, probably every Israeli official say, 'These are ...
7:09 a.m.
Teamwork bites the dust
Moving through their first grade classroom at Richard Rundle Elementary School on Tuesday, the husband and wife teaching team of Lopaka and Damian Kins had the choreographed precision of Fred and Ginger.
7:08 a.m.
Tom Gorman on murder victims' families enduring the painfully slow process of investigation and adjudication
This is understandably driving Sargent to distraction. He calls and writes cops to make sure the investigation into his mother's killing doesn't fall through the cracks. The cops tell me Sargent needs to be patient.
7:08 a.m.
First settlement reached over rock attack in 311 Boyz case
The civil suit was filed by teenager Stephen Tanner Hansen and two friends who were with him after they tried to leave a party at a Summerlin house in 2003. Someone trying to stop them ...
7:08 a.m.
Governor candidates upstaged by Giuliani
Nevada's candidates for governor probably should have rescheduled to another day, pretty much any day, so long as it wasn't the same day that Rudy Giuliani came to Las Vegas.
7:08 a.m.
Saving Mount Charleston
Snow on Mount Charleston is a beacon to those living in the Las Vegas Valley below. Tuesday brought throngs up Kyle Canyon Road to play and grab a hot Irish coffee at the Mt. Charleston ...
7:08 a.m.

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