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Archive for March 10, 2007

Dale Earnhardt Jr. logged nearly 14,000 miles on his No. 8 Budweiser-sponsored Chevrolet during the 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series season.
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They're rooting, tooting fans
T hey hail from dots on the map both big and small, from rugged outposts that once were military installations (Fort Collins and Laramie) to bustling cities named for Spanish dukes (Albuquerque) and Catholic saints ...
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FLASHPOINT for Mar 10, 2007
Welcome to the game, son of Bob. Ross Miller, the ex-gover- nor's son and new secretary of state, entered the political hurly-burly this week when he questioned Gov. Jim Gibbons' disclosure of his legal defense ...
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Editorial: Gibbons confuses the issue
But for the legal defense fund set up by Gibbons in November, the rules should have been a no-brainer. At that time, even though he was a candidate for Nevada governor, Gibbons was a member ...
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Editorial: Springing forward
Daylight-saving time starts Sunday - three weeks earlier than usual - and doesn't end until the first week of November, which is one week later than usual. The monthlong extension is the result of a ...
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Letter: Time for UNLV to join the 21st century
While I commonly cannot agree with Jim Rogers (for example, his consuming idea that a university is not different than a corporation and therefore should be run like one), for once he is right on.
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Letter: Goodman nothing but an attention hound
Frankly speaking, his antics over a matter of years have been impossible to read about without making me feel nothing but contempt and disgust, and hopefully for any thinking Las Vegas citizen as well. Considering ...
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Letter: Just why Red Rock should be off limits
This comment should set off an alarm in the minds of all Nevada residents, of people from around the United States and indeed the world, who visit and enjoy the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation ...
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Editorial: Removing social stigma
The vaccine is designed to prevent the human papilomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted disease that causes about 70 percent of cervical cancers. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its use last summer, recommending it ...
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Lower turnout bad for higher education
CARSON CITY - Lawmakers and higher education officials swallowed hard Friday while reviewing updated enrollment figures for the state's universities and colleges.
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Republican Gov. Jim Gibbons and Democratic Assemblywoman Bonnie Parnell will meet with the Board of Regents next week when it gathers for two days of discussions about legislative issues, including funding requests, the future of ...
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Gibbons urged to halt funds flow
Top Democratic state lawmakers on Friday urged Gov. Jim Gibbons to stop accepting contributions to his legal defense fund during the legislative session and vowed to plug any loophole that might allow him to continue ...
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All in good time, again
Moving our clocks ahead one hour tonight is but a routine chore for most of us, a necessary step to stay in sync.
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Educators hoping to 'bribe' students to take tests
Cell phones, iPods and televisions may be the anathema to a good education, but later this month educators hope they'll be the sweet siren to lure students to school.
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