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Archive for March 30, 2007

Paul Tracy has been around open-wheel racing long enough to know what to expect from next weekend's inaugural Vegas Grand Prix.
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John Katsilometes reminisces with Wayne Brady about MGM theme park
I mean, Wayne Brady.
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New life for Tod
When the Tod Motor Motel opened in 1962, it offered a stunning neon sign and a folded-plate roof on its porte-cochere. Nothing fancy, nothing too simple, it was just one motel among many in a ...
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FLASHPOINT for Mar 30, 2007
Crazy talk of a gubernatorial recall started where all crazy talk generally starts - on partisan blogs. It soon reached into the mainstream media and into the Legislative Building. And now it is in the ...
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Jon Ralston on the 2007 Legislature and its cutting and studying ways
Now we know what to call the 2007 Legislature: The Session of Cut and Study.
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Editorial: The president as monarch
While corruption and arrogance among Republican lawmakers played a role, most analysts say November's election swung control of Congress to the Democrats largely on the strength of voters' growing opposition to the Iraq war.
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Editorial: Helping the homeless
The bill would give local governments $20 million over the next two years to help find housing to move homeless people off the streets and provide other services during the transition. Officials in Clark and ...
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Letter: Reid, Ensign can help pave way to new roads
The primary reason for new and better roads is population growth. If Nevadans want more and better roads look no further than the 1998 BLM land sales agreement, the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act ...
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Letter: Credit Giuliani for his leadership
The mayor and his administration inherited a city in chaos. His administration went forward making the city safer, cleaner and more law-abiding. Sept. 11 was a prime example of his ability to take a disaster ...
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Letter: Carter's compassion should be applauded
However, I radically dissent from his conclusions and general tone regarding our former president, particularly regarding his allowing the former shah of Iran to obtain medical care in the United States.
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Editorial: Hardly a taxing decision
While the Assembly is debating a bill that would open commission hearings to the public, the Senate is considering a bill that would allow the commission to keep meeting - and deciding - matters in ...
7:13 a.m.
When Glenn Christenson joined Station Casinos in 1989 as chief financial officer, the company operated a single casino and then-President Frank Fertitta III had big dreams of creating a chain of properties across the valley.
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Side jobs come under scrutiny
The attorney for the Nevada System of Higher Education questions whether college employees should be allowed to moonlight for college-hired contractors, because of potential conflicts of interest.
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Issues out the window as race gets testy
The Ward 1 race pitting Las Vegas Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian against challengers Laurie Bisch and Shawn Spanier is devolving into a mudslinging affair that would make a World Wrestling Entertainment promoter envious.
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Gears turn, chew up Obama
After a Las Vegas health care forum last week, Obama was deemed a disappointment by a national magazine writer, and the theme multiplied: Los Angeles Times, The Politico, the Associated Press, CNN.
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Number makes them count
Hugo Neira and Martha Parra sat before a computer screen, poised to obey a federal law, despite having broken another federal law, partly to get in the good graces of a federal law that may ...
7:12 a.m.
Attention, shoppers
So when Rudy Giuliani pulls the retail politics stunt in which Man of the People Buys Shampoo Just Like You Do, and he does it at a Target store in Summerlin, an important question presents ...
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