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Archive for June 4, 2007

Ron Kantowski wonders if the buc will stop with this reality show
For whatever reason, I seem to recall "The Hudson Brothers Show" more than the others. Perhaps it was because one of them (not Rock) married Goldie Hawn. Or maybe it was because of Australian Rod ...
7:08 a.m.
Jeff Haney on NFL games already sparking interest in sports books months before the season starts
Oddsmakers at the Hilton have posted betting lines on 80 regular-season NFL games, five a week, including each Monday night matchup.
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Who wrote this unwritten rule book, anyway?
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Vegas man is festival's most celebrated graduate
"Self-Medicated" could be the poster film for the CineVegas Film Festival.
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CineVegas adds just a touch of Hollywood
Who: CineVegas 2007
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FLASHPOINT for Jun 04, 2007
Only in politics can two people who have brutalized each other stand together as if they are best friends. But such was the case as Gov. Jim Gibbons, who obliquely had been lambasting Assembly Speaker ...
7:07 a.m.
Editorial: Cost a factor for hybrids
Las Vegas Sun reporter Tony Cook, in a story last week, reported that the Nevada Taxicab Authority has no plans to follow Bloomberg's lead. It is allowing the private cab companies to decide for themselves ...
7:07 a.m.
Editorial: Damn the intelligence
Much has been written over the past three years about how Bush was so narrowly focused on starting a war in Iraq that he used mistaken intelligence - such as the purported existence of huge ...
7:07 a.m.
Letter: Republican Party tearing America asunder
Casualties in Iraq are up 22 percent from the previous year. More than 1,000 of our military have been killed within this same year - 126 in May alone (an average of four per day). ...
7:07 a.m.
Letter: Fairy tale without a happy ending
So when this ruler told his people that this tyrant was a danger to them and had to be attacked, the people shuddered in fear and agreed that we should go to war against him. ...
7:07 a.m.
Letter: Education must adjust to changes
The article highlighted the educational challenge of understanding the Hispanic culture to better suit students and parental relationships with the school system. As was noted by an educator quoted in the story, we need a ...
7:06 a.m.
Editorial: TB flight raises questions
Speaker is the 31-year-old personal injury lawyer from Atlanta whose rare and dangerous case of tuberculosis was discovered through updated tests only after he had left for Paris to be married and go on a ...
7:06 a.m.
'Arena' bill overstepped its bounds
CARSON CITY - If Las Vegas ever hopes to host a professional basketball team, it's going to need an arena.
7:06 a.m.
Less jail space and fewer parks in Clark County are some of the potential consequences of the deal state lawmakers and special interests cobbled together late last week to pay for $1 billion in desperately ...
7:06 a.m.
Nuts about the King of Pop
Fashion designer Andre Van Pier wants to build a robot Michael Jackson. Two, actually.
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Trying to restore a trashed reputation
When Bob Coyle took over Republic Service's garbage empire in Southern Nevada, his predecessor welcomed him with a lawsuit.
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Lawyers opt out of judge's courtroom
As the concerns about District Judge Elizabeth Halverson have multiplied in recent months, a trend has become clear: Lawyers are fleeing her courtroom in droves.
7:05 a.m.
Halverson cooking her own goose?
In her Supreme Court tussle with Chief District Judge Kathy Hardcastle, District Judge Elizabeth Halverson is arguing that Hardcastle had no right to banish her from the courthouse - that only the Nevada Commission on ...
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