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Archive for May 6, 2006

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Current position: Executive vice president and provost, Arizona State University
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UNR gets 'populist elitist'
Born: July 30, 1937, in Memphis, Tenn. He grew up along the Mississippi River in Rock Island, Ill. His father was born in McGill. Family: Milton Glick and his wife, Peggy, have been married 40 ...
8:02 a.m.
Seniors face Medicare deadline
Be sure to bring your Medicare card, proof of any existing insurance and a list of prescriptions to your appointment.
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TAKE FIVE: OSCAR DE LA HOYA VS. RICARDO MAYORGA
Oscar De La Hoya (37-4, 29 KOs) vs. Ricardo Mayorga (28-5-1, 23 KOs)
7:45 a.m.
CCSN's Johnson, Heyer feel the weight lifted
So when CCSN (13-43, 11-29 in the Scenic West Athletic Conference) clinched a spot in the league playoffs by sweeping a four-game series at Colorado Northwestern last weekend, nobody felt better than Johnson and Heyer.
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Jeff Haney has bet his future on a long shot horse named Flashy Bull
Not because I believe he has a realistic chance of winning.
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FLASHPOINT for May 06, 2006
FLASHPOINT for May 06, 2006
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Editorial: Let's hear straight talk
There is growing concern about the impact from the blast, which is believed to be the largest open-air chemical explosion ever to be conducted at the Test Site, the home to atomic tests until 1992. ...
7:45 a.m.
Editorial: Emphatic guilty verdicts
The conventional wisdom during the trial was that the youthful Herrera had a tougher hill to climb because he wasn't a sympathetic figure. Galardi testified that Herrera not only had received bribes in the form ...
7:45 a.m.
Editorial: Soda gets failing grade
Specifically, the soft-drink companies will remove soda, diet soda, sports drinks and apple and grape juice from elementary and middle schools. Water and healthier juices such as orange juice still would be sold in smaller ...
7:44 a.m.
Letter: Government turns its back on Mother Nature
The president, our crawdad daddy from Crawford, has been quietly selling out Alaska to oil interests for so long now it's getting hot up there. In ANWR, animals rule, and there aren't many places like ...
7:44 a.m.
Letter: Employers at heart of immigration problem
Most who sympathize with illegals sound like they are out of touch with the reality of what has been allowed to take place in our country. Maybe they are just mouthing the legislation the president ...
7:44 a.m.
Letter: Failure to secure nation is real felony
As I see it, this is a reactionary, idiotic idea intended to appease the "ignorant masses of the constituency" - the American people. The only things this could possibly accomplish would be the saddling of ...
7:44 a.m.
Reba: Keeping it simple
Who: Reba McEntire
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Pharmacy asked to withhold judgment
CARSON CITY - Nevada pharmacists are on notice: They will be disciplined if they refuse to fill a prescription for birth control pills because of religious or moral beliefs.
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Rogers adds own incentive for president
Regents on Friday approved a $400,000 contract for incoming UNR President Milton Glick, a full $80,000 more than his predecessor received. It is highly likely that UNLV's president can expect the same.
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