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Archive for February 1, 2007

Ron Kantowski calls on universities to follow UNLV's lead in bringing NCAA football coaching's diversity up to speed
Hopefully, their kids will find it strange that that was a big deal in 2007. Because if it's still a big deal in 2026, we as a society will have more problems than Lindsay Lohan.
7:09 a.m.
Q+A: DAMON WAYANS
What: Damon Wayans
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John Katsilometes on a report that puts the elbow-through-the-Picasso episode to the test
Now someone has put that contention to the test. On Monday, Michael J. Lewis, author and art writer for the online publication Commentary Magazine, wrote: "An elbow thrust, however fierce or well-aimed, is not likely ...
7:09 a.m.
His art will live on
Who: Nevada Ballet Theatre
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FLASHPOINT for Feb 01, 2007
Sen. Harry Reid's office is being so helpful to the media by sending out "suggested cutlines" for photos. One of Reid with the county manager had: "U.S. Senator Harry Reid of Nevada and Clark County ...
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Editorial: Some empowering advice
Despite the overwhelming evidence that all-day kindergarten is crucial, Gibbons wants to keep it a pilot project for at-risk schools, saying the state should "measure how effective it is." He calls that a "fiscally responsible ...
7:08 a.m.
Editorial: Tainted vote demands action
When the vote was taken, Atkinson Gates was among four commissioners - a majority on the seven-member board - who voted yes to award the contract to the Nevada Heart and Vascular Center.
7:08 a.m.
Letter: Bush rocked relatively stable boat in Iraq
And we knew how to keep Saddam in line. There were sanctions, no-fly zones and U.N. inspectors making sure Saddam had no active WMD programs. We had him contained and controlled.
7:08 a.m.
Letter: Officials just shuffle the homeless around
Modern society provides expensive "shelters," which turn away a few applicants through lack of space or facilities, but massive homelessness continues. Could it be that what today's homeless really want is simply a space for ...
7:08 a.m.
Letter: Just a whole lot of guesswork going on
The Bears fans can quote statistics, explain trends, and, based on past events, can give you numerous reasons why the Bears will win. The Colts fans can quote statistics, explain trends, and, based on past ...
7:08 a.m.
Editorial: Unconscionable actions
The eight pages, which were released this week, paint a damning picture of child welfare workers here, showing how they failed to remove children from dangerous situations, did not follow up on cases for months ...
7:07 a.m.
HAVING A BALL
The governor's is a classic though, and he wears it well, and he and first lady Dawn look good on stage, and even though Dawn seems a little agitated in the bright lights, she keeps ...
7:07 a.m.
Incompetence may be main reason for UMC's woes
Incompetence may be the primary reason that Clark County commissioners will reexamine a controversial cardiology contract at University Medical Center.
7:07 a.m.
Dems shoot down Ensign's tax break
WASHINGTON - In the heat of the minimum wage debate continuing on Capitol Hill, Nevada Sen. John Ensign proposed an amendment to give tax breaks to families who shoulder more responsibility for their health insurance.
7:07 a.m.
For LV visitors, monorail is a train to nowhere
To board the Las Vegas Monorail from the northwest entrance of Harrah's for a ride to the Flamingo, you need to walk 551 paces. That's just 38 fewer steps than if you walked the 589 ...
7:06 a.m.
Easy ride might become rough for budget
Both sides, however, soon may be lacing up the boxing gloves.
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