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Archive for September 6, 2006

Las Vegas 51s
His team finished the season 10 games under .500 and 24 games out of first place in its division, but Las Vegas 51s manager Jerry Royster couldn't have been happier.
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Abstract art through comics
The Las Vegas Art Museum's Roy Lichtenstein exhibit provides a look at the artist's work from his 1956 "Ten Dollar Bill" to the "Cubist Cello" print he was working on when he died.
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Q+A: Dorothy Lichtenstein
What: "Roy Lichtenstein Prints 1956-97"
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FLASHPOINT for Sep 06, 2006
Even if Democrats continue to be overly optimistic about Congressional District 2, the country's pundits are looking even more seriously at CD3. That's Jon Porter's seat. And national sage Stu Rothenberg and The New York ...
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Jon Ralston on the early start to negative campaigning in the governor's race
How wrong I was. While I was vacating the political premises, state Sen. Dina Titus and Rep. Jim Gibbons weren't observing the traditional post-primary, holiday interregnum.
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Editorial: Outsourcing tax collections
Starting this week, 12,500 people who owe less than $25,000 in taxes and have not disputed the debts will be receiving phone calls from one of three collection agencies to which the IRS has given ...
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Editorial: Removing Deane right call
Deane was indicted in June on multiple counts alleging that she had stolen county records and sold them for personal profit. After the indictment, Deane went on leave at full pay. Roger told KLAS Channel ...
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Letter: President doesn't deserve mayor's respect
I believe that Mayor Anderson was doing what more of our elected politicians should be doing. He did not bow to the "show respect for the president because of the office" mentality. George Bush does ...
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Letter: Republicans jump ship to save selves
After blindly supporting George Bush and the numerous failed initiatives of his administration for six years, these bootlickers suddenly discovered how bad the war is going only after their pink slips are being drawn up. ...
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Letter: Teachers not the only ones who work hard
My husband worked six days a week for 50 weeks a year to support his family. He had a master's degree and never complained.
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Editorial: A burglar, or a shoplifter?
Clark County prosecutors, however, have been pressing burglary charges against people even though their alleged offenses don't fit the common description.
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Stardust takes care of its employees
Stardust employees received official word Tuesday that the closing date of the venerable Strip casino will be Nov. 1 - an announcement driven by equal parts courtesy by Boyd Gaming Corp. and federal law.
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Recorder pick rife with repercussions
Clark County commissioners will pick a new county recorder Sept. 19, raising questions about how they will handle the rare chance to appoint an otherwise elected official.
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Hiker blue because his butterfly isn't
It's blue! It's fluttering by! It's on Mount Charleston! Could it be the elusive Mount Charleston blue butterfly?
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A new kind of Hispanic leader
Ruben Kihuen, who is poised to become Nevada's first elected Hispanic immigrant lawmaker in modern history, excused himself for being a little scattered.
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Macau fast becoming Vegas Strip Far East
The spread of gaming in Asia and the role of Las Vegas-based companies in the megaresorts and casinos there are big news. The Sun sent two of its reporters to Macau to catch the opening ...
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