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Archive for March 3, 2007

DULY NOTED
THE REAL McKAY
7:09 a.m.
Students to benefit from Johann's largesse
Ken Johann was so moved by the support students have shown for UNLV's basketball team lately, he's returning the gesture.
7:09 a.m.
Surfing across the USA
Stefan Hunt and Jonathan Durant emerged from Lake Mead and shook like penguins on the Las Vegas Marina dock.
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FLASHPOINT for Mar 04, 2007
Does it seem like you just voted, that the election didn't end too long ago? I understand. But what is truly amazing is that early voting starts again in two weeks! Yes, it's election season ...
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Editorial: War and power
The privately funded commission was formed by the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. Since 1975, the year of its founding, the center has formed nine other such commissions, including one ...
7:09 a.m.
Editorial: Homeless population booming
Based on surveys conducted two years ago, the Housing and Urban Development Department reported Tuesday that its calculations show there are 754,000 people either living on the streets, in shelters or in transitional housing.
7:08 a.m.
Letter: Gore/Obama would be a dream ticket
Al Gore running for president, in his now gained grandeur and glory, would be an inspiration to the people. And would it not, and justifiably so, be payback to the Clintons for their little, if ...
7:08 a.m.
Letter: World owes atheists debt of gratitude
Atheism is not rare; high intelligence is. That people prefer to be led and followed by those who think as they do is no great revelation. But the world is not better because Muslims will ...
7:08 a.m.
Letter: Public servants earn their paychecks
Every firefighter in the Las Vegas Valley works a minimum of 2,912 hours each year (excluding vacation and sick time) - 56 hours a week for 52 weeks - just for their base pay. That's ...
7:08 a.m.
Editorial: Church-state separation
The case involves the separation of church and state, a line that can be fuzzy on its best day, especially under the Bush administration. The Supreme Court has heard arguments in a case filed by ...
7:07 a.m.
CORRECTION
CORRECTION
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Macau follows Vegas' lead
Gaming regulators in the Chinese enclave of Macau, which is overtaking Las Vegas as the world's hottest gambling destination, want to distance their casinos from mob influence, just as Las Vegas did decades ago.
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Dropping back into school
Dustin Edwards straightens up from his teenage slouch and for a moment, there's a spark in his eyes. So maybe this time he gets it.
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Bogden likely will testify about his dismissal
Chances are growing that Daniel Bogden, the recently ousted U.S. attorney for Nevada, will testify before Congress next week .
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CONVENTION CRASHING: INTERNATIONAL UFO CONGRESS
It's because of the vortex that Cynthia T. Crawford sculpts clay aliens. That and the portal.
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