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Archive for June 1, 2007

Jeff Haney uses individuals' stats from the first third of the season to project who will be the winners and losers at the betting window come October
The Las Vegas Hilton sports book offered a wide selection of over/unders on individual player statistics, including a sheet they called "regular season mosts" by any player.
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Ron Kantowski on how Henderson's Richie Hearn managed to hitch a ride at the Indianapolis 500 and get his racing career...
In 1991 I was standing under the big tree inside turn 1 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when Michael Andretti passed Rick Mears with a few laps remaining in the Indy 500 - only to have ...
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Three artists featured on the Fremont canvas
People are sometimes shocked to learn that Las Vegas delved into high art in 1986 and that a small, contemporary art collective brought prominent New York artist Jenny Holzer to town to create a temporary ...
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Lofty retail goals waning
Two years ago Holsum Lofts on Charleston Boulevard was fat with galleries and boutique shops - a nice air-conditioned space to purchase the kind of trinkets, artwork and home decor that you wouldn't find in ...
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Hurricane Bar owner decides it's time to put up the shutters
The Hurricane Bar is having a blowing away party Sunday.
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FLASHPOINT for Jun 01, 2007
Timing is everything in politics, and it is almost never coincidental. Take what happened in the race for Nevada on Thursday as Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama caused a minor sensation in Northern Nevada. Obama ...
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Editorial: Whose interest in mind?
Assembly Bill 478 is a housekeeping bill to close loopholes in the 2005 law that prohibits lenders from charging triple-digit interest rates and suing people who default on loans for three times the amount they ...
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Jon Ralston on the power the governor - even Gibbons - wields in Nevada
People in the Legislative Building can ridicule the governor - and they have and they do - for his inexperience and gaffes. But Jim Gibbons unquestionably has controlled the dynamic of the end-of-session's major maneuvers ...
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Editorial: A borderline proposal
Of particular concern is 90,000 acres of scrub forest along the Rio Grande outside of Alamo, Texas, that environmentalists say took decades to acquire and preserve. The area provides crucial habitat and access to the ...
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Editorial: One giant step back
In a 5-4 ruling that placed conservative justices on the side of employers and the panel's more liberal members on the side of workers, the court ruled that Lilly Ledbetter, the only female supervisor at ...
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Letter: Grateful for courageous anti-war activists
As a veteran of the U.S. Army, I want to thank all of the activists who have done so much to thwart attempts at nuclear proliferation at the Nevada Test Site, the buildup of the ...
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Letter: Halverson not fit to sit behind bench
Halverson seems to have different rules for herself concerning the legal system in regard to the fixed-rent apartment she lived in until 1995 in San Francisco and then moved her sister into to circumvent the ...
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Letter: Cashman Thursdays are overindulgent
Usually there is a small group of people at Cashman Field on Thursday nights who are rowdy, rude and obnoxious, spoiling the game for everyone. They yell obscenities, throw beer and heckle the players relentlessly. ...
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In the end, Carpenter heeded call of South
Richard Carpenter's resignation Thursday as president of the Community College of Southern Nevada left university system regents disappointed and searching for lessons they can take from the experience.
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Obama digging in
CARSON CITY - When the crowds stop cheering, and all the books have been sold and signed, and the squeals of young women go silent, Barack Obama will have to get down in the mud ...
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Metro Police know who you are - or they will eventually
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Late deal on roads fails to connect
CARSON CITY - No, it wasn't the Army-McCarthy hearings, but there was a little drama if only because the story kept changing every hour, much as it has all session.
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Building in the boondocks
Even as skyrocketing construction costs and booming land prices have spelled doom for resort projects in town, a second-generation casino builder is breaking ground on his own $700 million casino - with the help of ...
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