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Archive for January 10, 2007

THE ELEVATOR
Who's headed toward the penthouse on the local sports scene - and who's getting the shaft.
7:04 a.m.
FLASHPOINT for Jan 10, 2007
Good news, fellow Nevadans! We now have a Taxpayer Pro- tection Caucus in the Legislature. These are folks who boldly signed the Americans for Tax Reform pledge to "oppose and vote against any and all ...
7:03 a.m.
Jon Ralston on why Gov. Gibbons would have best been served by openness
First, it has always pained me to ask any personal questions of public figures. Unlike too many in the Fourth Estate, I believe personal lives are off limits unless a direct and obvious nexus to ...
7:03 a.m.
Editorial: Paying long overdue bill
In its report released Monday, the GAO, which is the investigative arm of Congress, says that the Interior Department has made some strides since a 1994 law mandated that it reform the system of paying ...
7:03 a.m.
Editorial: Game wardens need help
A major problem in our national parks is also becoming a major problem in Nevada. A New York Times reporter recently spent time in the Elko and Ely areas, where he learned from state Wildlife ...
7:03 a.m.
Letter: Change of leadership is best for America
Where does Mr. Gliddon get off by stating that raising the minimum wage will not benefit many? This is simply not true, in that raising the minimum wage will benefit many families struggling to provide ...
7:02 a.m.
Letter: Lesson from Vietnam is to not abandon Iraq
I remember the killing fields of Vietnam and Cambodia when we abandoned Southeast Asia and over a million people were killed. I remember the boat people. No one knows how many people perished in the ...
7:02 a.m.
Letter: Do Iraqis really want democracy?
I realize that revolutions are not easy to accomplish, especially when the leadership has control over its military. The American, French and Russian revolutions were successfully accomplished against brutal dictatorial governments. Granted, their situations were ...
7:02 a.m.
Editorial: Help for teen prostitutes
Las Vegas Sun reporter Sam Skolnik was there and recorded the response of Judge William Voy. "He buried his head in his hands, shaking it several times before standing up and leaving the courtroom," Skolnik ...
7:02 a.m.
CES - one step at a time
It's like the world's worst Best Buy. Nothing's organized, there are too many salesmen, it's too loud, it's too crowded, it's too smelly and, above all, it's way too big.
7:01 a.m.
Man who cried prejudice is arrested
A black man who claimed discrimination in a lawsuit against one of the Las Vegas Valley's toniest golf clubs has surrendered to federal authorities in Los Angeles after being indicted in an alleged $5 million ...
7:01 a.m.
Changes for consumers
Local consumer advocates say Gov. Jim Gibbons' planned radical reorganization of the state's consumer affairs duties should be good news for Nevadans victimized by unscrupulous business practices.
7:01 a.m.
Volunteers work to make life better for poor students
Every Friday at Martinez Elementary School, where 20 percent of the students are homeless, children take home backpacks filled with nutritious food for the weekend.
7:01 a.m.
NLV outgrowing its reputation
NLV outgrowing its reputation
7:01 a.m.
Troop surge splits state's delegation
Troop surge splits state's delegation
7:01 a.m.

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