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Archive for July 6, 2007

Jeff Haney on why the 'Huntington Beach Bad Boy' is getting star billing on Saturday's big UFC card
Ortiz returns to the octagon for the first time since losing to Chuck Liddell on New Year's weekend at the MGM Grand when he takes on Rashad Evans in a light heavyweight fight.
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WIMBLEDON SPECIAL REPORT
LONDON - After Andre Agassi's farewell visit to Wimbledon last year, another past champion from Las Vegas is at the All England Club this year. The daily Wimbledon program proudly proclaims the "chairman's special guest" ...
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LOOKING IN ON: SOCCER
In a driving rainstorm one night last season, Leslie "Yorky" Southern stood under an umbrella off the northeast corner of Peter Johann Memorial Field to watch the UNLV men's soccer team.
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From UNLV alums - art for everyman, wearable and whimsical
From UNLV alums - art for everyman, wearable and whimsical
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Q+A: Steve Harwell
Q+A: Steve Harwell
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LOOKING IN ON: ENTERTAINMENT
Producer David Saxe ("V, the Ultimate Variety Show," etc . ) recently celebrated the first anniversary of his surprise hit "Stripper 101."
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Editorial: Impatience with immigration
The measure imposes what could be the nation's most aggressive state penalties against illegal immigration. The law requires employers to verify their workers' legal status, and those who fail to do so could, on a ...
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Editorial: Power struggle brewing
Congress' attempts to get answers included calling Attorney General Alberto Gonzales before it to testify. But in answer to dozens of questions, he claimed a faulty memory.
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Letter: Brooks' column just a conservative rant
Brooks' characterization of the outing of a CIA operative during a time of war as political theater was just another howling conservative downplaying the seriousness of what "Scooter" Libby did.
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Letter: America's last wars were profit-driven
I also have to wonder what war the lauded veterans fought in that actually preserved our "freedom." Every war in my lifetime after World War II has been about our economic interests abroad, not freedom. ...
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Letter: U.S. not a role model for the Middle East
How about using this analogy with a nation that is trying to be a parent to another country? How about the strongest nation on the planet telling smaller nations in the Middle East to change ...
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Editorial: It's a desert out there
Give newcomers a summer and they will learn what the rest of us know, especially after a week like this with a string of National Weather Service-issued excessive heat warnings. The difference between dry and ...
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Bailiffs get new image, prospects for pay hike
For months, the bailiffs in courts in Clark County, who screen people coming into the courthouse and protect judges and juries, have complained about their low pay.
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How hot is it? Unprintably hot
It's hot. Very hot, darn hot, eye-stinging hot. One hundred sixteen degrees hot. So hot sweat evaporates before it soaks through clothes, a hot that's both a temperature and a judgment, the pillar of salt ...
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Vegas PBS at the ready in case of disaster or terror attack
Las Vegas' public television station hopes to become a national model - not for its educational or children's programming, but by being the high-tech communications source for the region during a natural disaster or terrorist ...
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LOOKING IN ON: HIGHER EDUCATION
University system Regent Stavros Anthony's proposal to train faculty and staff as reserve police officers is being reported far and wide by the Associated Press, higher education publications and on the Internet.
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Beer can tip the balance in softball
Call it a favorite summer pastime's version of the old chicken-or-egg question: Which comes first, the softball or the beer?
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CORRECTIONS
A list of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq that ran in Thursday's Sun incorrectly said Army Sgt. 1st Class Raymond R. Buchan's hometown was Johnston, Pa. He was from Johnstown, Pa.
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