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Archive for July 2, 2007

Jeff Haney explains why adjustments made to futures lines after the NBA Draft had nothing to do with any of the players selected
The big winners from a betting perspective weren't the Portland Trail Blazers, who selected Oden with the No. 1 pick, or the Seattle SuperSonics, who picked Durant second.
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They're bringing sexy back
What: "Tuesday Afternoon at the Bijou"
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While "Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular" was celebrating its first anniversary at the Venetian, Kristi Holden finished her first month with the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.
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Editorial: Climate-change canary
A report released last week by the Institute for Social and Economic research at the University of Alaska Anchorage suggests that flooding likely would increase with the continued melting of polar ice and permafrost - ...
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Editorial: Speak, but be succinct
We have learned from our own experiences attending public meetings that citizen speakers range from those with something succinct and purposeful on their minds to those who step forward just to hear themselves talk.
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Letter: There is only one race - the human race
And while we're talking about race, what I would like to know is how long America is going to pretend that there is such a thing as race?
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Letter: Corporate America feeds off illegals' work
There has been an elephant in this room of the immigration debate that nobody is really talking about. Corporate America really wants illegal immigrants. Businesses can pay them as little as possible, offer them few, ...
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Letter: On health care, ask, 'What would Jesus do?'
While studying for my advanced degree in economics, I earned minor degrees in Catholic philosophy and theology. During those years we examined the New Testament closely and critically.
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Editorial: Highway safety
USA Today on Tuesday reported that several states are struggling to field enough officers to adequately patrol the nation's highways.
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Nevada will officially transfer ownership of Floyd Lamb Park to Las Vegas today.
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AFL-CIO sides against teachers union
Danny Thompson didn't say much, but his presence at the Teamsters Local 14 offices Thursday spoke volumes.
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Teamsters vs. teachers union
They used words like "crisis," "confront," and "throwing down the gauntlet." The enemy was described as ineffectual and weak.
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When the match (maker) flames out
Richard Femenella, 42, rides a Harley, owns a jet boat, goes camping and loves the outdoors.
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With President Richard Carpenter's exit just a month away, several College of Southern Nevada administrators are being promoted.
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