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Archive for October 24, 2006

Ignoring the post-fight question posed by the public address interviewer, Mark Coleman grabbed the microphone and yelled "I love you girls! I'll be back," while jabbing a massive hand toward his daughters in the audience.
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UNLV gets Anthony back
Hometown: Montreal
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John Katsilometes catches up with James "Bucky" Buchanan and Chip Lightman, who are set to take over a 35-year-old Las Vegas restaurant
When Lightman told Buchanan about his plans to buy the Coachman's Inn, Buchanan said, "That sounds like a fun idea." Soon they were partners, and recently purchased the Coachman's from Steve Murphy and Shirlee Helton, ...
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Laughter lights up Vegas
What: Craig Ferguson
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FLASHPOINT for Oct 24, 2006
You have to give the Democrats credit for melding clever- ness and goofiness. A week before Halloween, the party sent out a release saying "it's spooky" how many GOP scandals there are. They launched a ...
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Letter: Wal-Mart not a positive reflection of America
Tierney bragged of workers making up to $12 (U.S. currency) per day and claimed that this "factory work" was much more welcome than the self-reliance granted by small loans from Bangladesh-based Grameen Bank (whose founder, ...
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Letter: Gibbons' reputation speaks for itself
I know Jim Gibbons, and he is not that kind of a man. He is a man of integrity, and he is honest and considerate, respectful of others and loves his family deeply.
7:14 a.m.
Letter: Incident shines light on decision-making
Then, instead of calling her a cab, he left her alone to drive on the valley's roads, endangering her and everyone she may encounter. I'm not exactly sure this is the type of insightful decision-making ...
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Editorial: The candidates we support for the state's lower house
Democrat Marilyn Kirkpatrick, the incumbent in District 1, is known for establishing close contact with her constituents through town hall meetings, newsletters, e-mails, phone calls and personal letters. We like that about her, and we ...
7:14 a.m.
WASHINGTON - Could a cornerstone of Republicans' American Values Agenda - the just passed law to ban Internet gambling - come back to bite the party on Nov. 7?
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Truth might never be known
The truth of what did or didn't happen between Rep. Jim Gibbons and Chrissy Mazzeo on Oct. 13 is still is a long way from being known - if it ever will be.
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Groups say Gibbons case shows how system fails women
Clark County District Attorney David Roger said Monday that his office never considered investigating the assault claim made against Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Gibbons after police dropped the matter.
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Lower standards no substitute
A suggestion by auditors that the state lower the education requirements for substitute teachers so the Clark County School District can more easily recruit them is getting a chilly reaction from educators.
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Heart-rending choice
Staying in Nevada is a death sentence for 32-year-old Troy Shaw.
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Cigarette giant began years ago to fight smoking bans
As Nevadans vote on a pair of statewide smoking restrictions, tobacco companies that are actively fighting smoking bans and tobacco tax increases in other states are standing on the sidelines here.
7:12 a.m.
A story in Monday's Sun about Patrick Littlejohn misspelled the name of the Las Vegas restaurant where he works as Il Molina. The correct spelling is I'l Mulino. The Sun regrets the error.
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