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Archive for June 14, 2007

Danica Patrick's finish - her career best - in Saturday night's IndyCar Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
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What: "In the Master's Hands: Picasso's Ceramics, Treasures From the Estate of Pablo Picasso"
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FLASHPOINT for Jun 14, 2007
So the Legislature passes a transportation plan that steals money from Clark County governments and it's a northern government that's thinking of suing? The Reno Gazette-Journal reported this week that the Reno City Council is ...
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Editorial: There's no time to lose
The company, Ceradyne Vehicle Armor Systems, along with its partner, Ideal Innovations Inc. of Virginia, sent out a news release last week announcing that the Bull has "successfully passed limited testing by the U.S. government."
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Editorial: House is not swayed
If the process works effectively in humans, it could drastically change the ongoing debate over the use of human embryonic stem cells in medical research. Stem cells, which are created in the first five days ...
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Letter: A tribute to Old Glory on Flag Day
She has flown in troubled times, and never once complained.
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Letter: Whatever became of legal immigration?
Just think, if I had waited, I could have sneaked across the border and saved myself and my family thousands of dollars in medical expenses.
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Letter: American troops deserve the best
A recent Associated Press story detailed some of the problems. The opening sentence of the story states: "Soldiers returning from war are finding it more difficult to get mental health treatment because military insurance is ...
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Editorial: Looking for Mr. Right Now
A story by the Las Vegas Sun on Tuesday says that helps people create a "Mutually Beneficial Relationship," which is defined as being " usually between an older and wealthy individual who gives a ...
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Empowered schools score higher marks
Even as the Clark County School District's plans to expand its empowerment schools program seemed uncertain Wednesday, Culley Elementary School Principal Lisa Primas was ready to celebrate.
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Raid sweeps through CCSN offices
Nevada attorney general investigators and other law enforcement officers raided the Community College of Southern Nevada business and construction offices Thursday, looking for documentation relating to construction, maintenance and renovation activities at the college.
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Sheriff to talk the talk with Gibbons
Sheriff Doug Gillespie heads into a meeting with Gov. Jim Gibbons on Friday confident he'll be able to establish once and for all that Southern Nevada should anchor the state's anti-terrorism intelligence gathering efforts.
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Living the life off the Strip
After a day of gambling, Christian Bello found refuge.
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Empowerment money mystery
As the dust of the 2007 Legislature settles, the Clark County School District is struggling to understand how $1.7 million for empowerment schools slipped from its grasp.
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GOP congressmen face squeeze on war
WASHINGTON - Anti-war groups are targeting Nevada's Republican members of Congress this summer as part of a 10-week, nationwide campaign against lawmakers who continue to stand by President Bush's strategy in Iraq.
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Endorsements carry weight, just not votes
Tom Mechling was a Nevada Democrat running a strong race for the U.S. Senate by trashing Pat McCarran, the state's other senator, a fellow Democrat and the boss of a powerful political machine.
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