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Archive for May 29, 2006

Rebels have time to get rid of the bad taste
A string of three consecutive Mountain West Conference tournament titles, and trips to the NCAA tournament, ended Friday night with a 10-4 defeat to Brigham Young at Wilson Stadium. UNLV finished 29-30.
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Jeff Haney reports on the excitement and odds on third and probably final Castillo-Corrales battle
Corrales stopped Castillo in the 10th round in the first bout, one of the best boxing matches in memory, and Castillo recorded a sensational fourth-round knockout in the rematch.
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THE OPENING LINE
But let's try again, anyway.
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FLASHPOINT for May 29, 2006
FLASHPOINT for May 29, 2006
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Editorial: A great way to say thanks
The governor of Wisconsin, Democrat Jim Doyle, has promised to sign the bill.
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Editorial: O say, can you sing it?
Congratulations if you said, "The Star-Spangled Banner," our national anthem.
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Letter: How many wake-up calls do we need?
The events on Dec. 7, 1941, awakened a "sleeping giant." Neither my grandparents nor my parents ever referred to the "Guadalcanal War," or the "War in Iwo Jima.'' They understood that these were battles in ...
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Letter: Canadian complaints too little, too late
A good article by Launce Rake pretty well summed up the fears of some nationalistic, left-leaning Canadians about the nefarious designs of the Yankees on our water supply. As usual, the activists will oppose anything ...
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Letter: Border control has widespread impact
Clear-thinking Americans ask, "Why has the federal government made the conscious decision to have Homeland Security relax its vigilance at the border?" It's true we need workers at all levels to effectively compete with the ...
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Letter: Cost of oil measured in American lives lost
Even though the truth concerning the war is finally coming out, over 30 percent of Americans polled still back our continued involvement in a war that is more about oil than defeating terrorism abroad and ...
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Editorial: Troops have our gratitude
Certain images stand out, such as those from March 31, 2004. Four American contractors were attacked as they drove through Fallujah, a city 40 miles west of Baghdad. Their SUV was set afire and their ...
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Border Patrol union boss: Tighter border won't help
In his first public speech since passage of the Senate's bill, T.J. Bonner told a Las Vegas gathering of those opposed to illegal immigration that lawmakers had created "amnesty on steroids."
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John Katsilometes takes in a true Las Vegas spectacle - Madonna at the MGM Grand Garden Arena
Making effective use of 15 dancers, four musicians, three backup singers, a half-dozen wardrobe changes and a multileveled set that featured several LED screens, a pair of dancing platforms flanking the stage and a giant ...
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Overcoming the shock and awe disasters
Together, they are examining a portable and efficient way of heating blood and other fluids to help stabilize patients before transport to hospitals. The warmed fluids are crucial in treating shock.
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Online gaming entices casinos
After watching the fortunes of online casinos soar fivefold in as many years - an extraordinary winning streak with no apparent end in sight - Las Vegas casino giants want Congress to study letting them ...
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Is it time for appointed sheriff?
When Los Angeles went looking for a new police chief, the city's police commission conducted a national search before it turned to William Bratton, under whose tenure as New York City police commissioner, the city's ...
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