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Archive for June 7, 2007

Ron Kantowski on a TV contract that costs the MWC much more than money
Frustrated by the Mountain West's inability to cut a satellite TV deal, Brigham Young and Utah have retained a lawyer to, as a story in the Salt Lake Tribune delicately put it, "explore" broadcasting options.
7:16 a.m.
Busch sibling rivalry goes from zero to 60 in one car wreck
In January 2005, as Kyle Busch was preparing for his rookie season in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series, older brother Kurt Busch was reminded of the nasty sibling rivalry between Brett and Geoffrey Bodine that ...
7:16 a.m.
TAKE FIVE: COMPARING FIRST FRIDAYS
The day of networking and lectures behind them, Americans for the Arts members headed downtown. Six bus loads ended up on Fremont Street for Jenny Holzer's public art display. Three buses headed to First Friday.Karen ...
7:16 a.m.
FLASHPOINT for Jun 07, 2007
Talk about a match made in heaven: Jerry Bruckheimer and Las Vegas. Sports Business Daily is reporting the producer is talking to the NHL about bringing a franchise here. The man who specializes in huge ...
7:16 a.m.
Editorial: Schoolhouse blues
This is important to note in light of a story by the Las Vegas Sun on Sunday about Rosanne Winter, a seasoned educator and school administrator who moved to Las Vegas from Florida in 2006 ...
7:15 a.m.
Editorial: Empty ballot boxes
The reason to switch elections from spring to fall, when people typically think about voting, is to increase interest and turnout.
7:15 a.m.
Letter: Fixing immigration takes time and work
Don't have the resources to deport them all? Gear up to randomly round up 250,000 per year, perhaps. Make it clear that no lawbreaking illegal is immune from deportation. At the same time, gear up ...
7:15 a.m.
Letter: Voters should not fall for lies from the left
Their congressional representatives have repeated these claims so often and so loudly as to make their followers believe them . In fact, the last election resulted in a defeat for the president's party. The Democrats ...
7:15 a.m.
Letter: Judge Halverson is getting a bad rap
If you were in Halverson's position, how would you like to be elected judge, only to have the presiding judge breathing down your neck? You know, the one who fired you? The press and letters ...
7:15 a.m.
Editorial: Government cuts
County officials are bracing for the worst when the final tally is taken from the legislative session because the county budget was an attractive target for state lawmakers. Although it is not unusual to see ...
7:14 a.m.
Check that meat before you eat, Lucky and Albertsons warn
Las Vegas' four Lucky stores have been added to the list of grocers in 10 Western states that sold potentially tainted meat that is being recalled, a spokeswoman for Lucky's parent company said Wednesday.
7:14 a.m.
Vegas.com call center among world's best
While the phones at many American companies are answered overseas, Vegas.com is winning awards for its homegrown call center.
7:14 a.m.
LV industries worry flow of immigrants will dry up
WASHINGTON - At a recent shareholders meeting for MGM Mirage, chief executive Terry Lanni was asked the company's position on immigration.
7:14 a.m.
Keep me in for the ballgames
Mark Juraschka is one of the biggest Yankees fans in the Las Vegas Valley. His Nevada license plate - NYY 23 - is a tribute to Don Mattingly.
7:14 a.m.
Judges win again and again
Budget juggling gives state's courts much of their wish list
7:13 a.m.
Art scene looking up downtown
America's carnival is taking place under the Fremont Street Canopy. Every bad stereotype about Las Vegas is being lived out. Yes, there is a woman with a fanny pack embroidered with cats, a guy wearing ...
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