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Archive for January 2, 2007

Q+A: Kevin Kruger
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Who: Juice Newton
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John Katsilometes takes in the New Year's Eve festivities, during which he hangs out with Clint Holmes, the mayor and a psychic, and stops in on parties at the El Cortez and Stirling Club
As we careened toward midnight and beyond, we (twice) ran into Clint Holmes and Kelly Clinton, observed revelers at the Fremont Street Experience quaffing adult beverages from clear plastic footballs, bumped into a psychic with ...
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Editorial: A new court policy?
Aloof? Absolutely. It adds to the court's mystique and its reputation. The rule barring cameras in the building has allowed justices to work in relative anonymity, and that has suited the justices just fine.
7:13 a.m.
Editorial: What's in a clone?
The FDA began studying the risks of food from cloned animals shortly after placing a voluntary moratorium on the sales of such items in 2001. The results of those studies now enter a 90-day public ...
7:13 a.m.
Letter: Iraq had no choice but to execute Saddam
Capital punishment is society's ultimate justice for individuals who commit ultimate crimes. Equating society's punishment to the criminal's act undermines society's sense of morality and puts it at risk. Other "arguments" against capital punishment are ...
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Letter: Children especially at risk from smokers
The main complaint I get from high school and middle school children is on secondhand smoke in the home. I give the kids who have a secondhand smoke problem at home a paper to give ...
7:13 a.m.
Letter: Forum complements high school education
Instead of lowering expectations by asking such questions as "What do you think about fashion?" the Sun Youth Forum offers students the opportunity to consider adult problems, using evidence and reasoning skills. Finally, some participants ...
7:12 a.m.
Letter: Swift justice could help deter criminals
In this country we have attorneys who use every ploy and legal maneuver in the book to prolong the lives of murderers and others sentenced to death. We have a system of appeal after appeal ...
7:12 a.m.
Editorial: Voting with eyes open
The Newhouse News Service reported that many Democratic candidates for the House, including Rep. Brian Baird, D-Wash., made that an issue as they campaigned during last year's election season. They charged that under Republican leadership, ...
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What's in a color? For some, a tribute
In the annals of bizarre homeowner disputes, Cynthia Turner's decision to turn her garage door into a shrine for dead relatives must rank near the top.
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Sensitive personal data tossed in the trash
A nosy neighbor looking for illegal trash spotted 40 boxes in a Dumpster on Decatur Boulevard - a closer look revealed financial paperwork that could have been an "identity theft buffet."
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Developer has history of failed projects
Las Vegas city officials hope Rohit Joshi is the savvy developer who can turn Neonopolis into a moneymaker and tourist attraction.
7:11 a.m.
Comparing spin machines in the nurses strike
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