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Archive for August 20, 2007

Learning With Pulp (Unfiltered)
I really like orange juice. My family likes orange juice too, but they like it without pulp. Me, I like the pulp. I like my orange juice unfiltered. For me, there’s something not quite right ...
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FLASHPOINT for Aug 20, 2007
Lost in translation. Why does that seem like a metaphor for the Gibbons administration? Now we learn that a reported gubernatorial trial balloon about the Mexican government paying for illegal immigrant medical costs here was ...
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Editorial: Minting history
Only three of 10 Americans correctly answered Thomas Jefferson, according to a recent Gallup Poll survey. Worse, only 7 percent could identify the first four presidents in the order they served - George Washington, John ...
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Editorial: Fries with that?
Chances are, he'll think the vegetable tastes better - or so it seems, according to results of a small study by the Stanford Prevention Research Center, a division of Stanford University.
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Letter: Recycling plan has some holes in it
The use of large garbage and recyclable containers will prove difficult for many seniors who typically require a small bag for their garbage. Recycling by seniors requiring the use of large containers in place of ...
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Letter: Politicians should deliver on promises
It seems to me that we should be concentrating less on whether politicians make broad, optimistic statements about what they will do once in office, and more on who will be writing and influencing their ...
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Letter: Southwest Airlines has caring employees
The Southwest supervisor became involved. We had conversations with her a number of times as she called the aid car, arranged for flights to get my husband to Las Vegas to get our son and ...
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Letter: Pay is the main factor driving teachers out
At the school where I teach, I am happy as a lark with the environment, my site administrators and especially my outstanding colleagues. Because of poor teacher salaries, however, and especially because of what that ...
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Editorial: Wrong approach to recycling
A story by the Las Vegas Sun on Friday says the plan being proposed by the Southern Nevada Recycling Advisory Committee has three options that would be tested in three different areas for one year. ...
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LOOKING IN ON: HIGHER EDUCATION
RENO -In a strange move Friday, UNLV President David Ashley and UNR President Milton Glick asked for less money.
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WEEK IN REVIEW: CLARK COUNTY
This week, we look at some Clark County legal actions. What's that? You didn't sign up for law school when you decided to read this column?
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Doesn't fit the mold
ILLUSTRATION BY CHRIS MORRIS
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Bail bonds joints aplenty, waiting for yuppies to belly up
On a scale of economic hierarchy in Las Vegas, casinos sit at the top, then maybe restaurants, then taverns, In-N-Out Burger and convenience stores.
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Upgrade comes in a big box
Paul Griffin works six days a week behind the counter at Las Vegas Grocery, a little store without gas pumps at Water Street and Boulder Highway in Henderson.
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Doesn't fit the mold
When Steve Wynn opened his signature resort, he had a tough act to follow. His own
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