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Archive for November 28, 2006

UNLV Football
That, coupled with the fact that 16 starters in that game were underclassmen, gives head coach Mike Sanford reason for optimism as he prepares for his third season in Las Vegas.
7:20 a.m.
John Katsilometes reminds South Point owner Michael Gaughan about a bit of poetry
The ode to imbibing is behind the bar at Brendan's Irish Pub at the Orleans, which was originally part of Gaughan's Coast Casinos (which became a subsidiary of Boyd Gaming). The piece reads, "In all ...
7:20 a.m.
LOOKING IN ON: ENTERTAINMENT
If you're looking for entertainment during the holidays that won't bust your Christmas budget, there's plenty to choose from.
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Jazz acoustic guitarist Earl Klugh back in Vegas after taking a break
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday through Sunday
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FLASHPOINT for Nov 28, 2006
When the only guy you beat is John Kerry, you might have a problem. That's where Harry Reid ranked - 19th out of 20 - in a poll that gauged the warmth of the public's ...
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Editorial: No lighting up? Lighten up
Many tavern and supper club owners fear that if their customers cannot light up before, during and after their meals, or while playing slot machines or drinking beer and liquor, they will stay away in ...
7:20 a.m.
Editorial: War a failure by any name
Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, on Sunday criticized the training and use of Iraqi forces, saying that Iraqi army battalions serving in peaceful provinces should be moved into combat ...
7:19 a.m.
Letter: U.S. needs to look at example of Vietnam
Saddam was a bad, bad man but getting rid of Saddam has made Iraq, and to a certain extent, the entire Middle East a potential powder keg. Iraq is not ready for any form of ...
7:19 a.m.
Letter: Parents in county should be proud
Having made this statement, I can also say that what I saw this day from our kids in Clark County gives me some degree of gratification. For all the parents who had a child attend ...
7:19 a.m.
Letter: Political signs' rods are dangerous, too
Donald Schmiedel, Las Vegas
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Letter: Conflict of rights needs to be fixed
Best definition of an individual's rights I ever heard was this: "Your right to swing a baseball bat stops at my nose." I interpret this to mean that while everybody has the right of enjoyment, ...
7:19 a.m.
Letter: Thanks for pointing out toxic dangers
I am confident that these nonsmokers who are so adamant about the air their children breathe, etc., have done nothing to rid their homes of toxic cleaning chemicals; continue to feed them hormone/pesticide laden foods; ...
7:18 a.m.
Letter: Just who are the barbarians?
Then we have O.J., whose guilt of just such a crime may be a question in only his own mind and that of some money-hungry, success-driven media house trying to capitalize on the horrendous murder ...
7:18 a.m.
Editorial: Don't be fooled by spin
But Edward Sproat, the administration's point man on Yucca Mountain, used the word last year in his Senate confirmation hearing, saying accountability was one of his guiding values.
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Hookah bars predict smoky futures
Whether customers will continue to light the hookah after dinner at their favorite restaurant seems to be a matter of what is being lit.
7:18 a.m.
Chanos: Walters probe up to next AG
Nevada Attorney General-elect Catherine Cortez Masto will have to decide what, if any, legal charges might arise from a long-running investigation of developer Bill Walters' aborted land deal with Las Vegas, Attorney General George Chanos ...
7:17 a.m.
Young black men face conspiracy of events
The Rev. Robert Fowler, pastor at Victory Baptist Church, has a way with words.
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Western states see hope for getting education funds
Since 2002 Nevada and other Western states have argued with little success that the federal government should chip in more education funding to compensate for owning so much land that does not generate tax revenues ...
7:17 a.m.
Trolling for predators
Garry Dale has gnawed his fingernails to knobs. For weeks now, he has spent hours holed up in a car watching Metro cops get robbed; sometimes at gunpoint, sometimes several times a day, always apparently ...
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