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Archive for September 30, 2007

It’s Only Your Brand, Part II
The most important attribute of a brand is not your logo, your written material, or your website. The most important attribute is your behavior. Change the way you think and act and you will change ...
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Catching up to Las Vegas
When the Macau government opened its gambling market to foreign investment a few years ago, it sought companies that could help transform the Chinese seaport from a seedy outpost into a top luxury resort destination ...
6:59 a.m.
Sponsor cheated her; doctor says
Photo: Dr. Elsa Von Schulenburg , shown in North Las Vega Dr. Elsa Von Schulenburg is one of about 1,000 foreign doctors at any given time who completed their medical residencies in the United States and, at Uncle Sam's beckoning, stayed to work in America's medically ...
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Patients in Pahrump shortchanged, ex-clinic workers say
Karen Nicholson and Bonnie Edwards say it's time to tell the truth about a clinic that was supposed to serve the medically underserved residents of rural Pahrump.
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FLASHPOINT for Sep 30, 2007
Caught in an exaggeration - or, perhaps, a lie - the Gibbons administration has moved swiftly to shore up a mortgage lending summit slated for Thursday. The summit will come two weeks after Gov. Jim ...
6:59 a.m.
Letter: GOP rhetoric aside, it's time to leave Iraq
Mr. LaBossiere sure got all of the Republican talking points right , such as: the surge is working; these are the al-Qaida who started the war by killing almost 3,000 of our citizens; there is ...
6:59 a.m.
Letter: Morality has nothing to do with income tax
How does the letter writer think this country can operate without tax money to support the various government agencies that we citizens demand services from on a daily basis? Who is going to pay for ...
6:58 a.m.
Letter: People can't let Bush get away with this
Yes, President Bush is ignoring the people. He has always done so.
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Editorial: A goal we can meet
The subject is geothermal energy.
6:58 a.m.
Editorial: Children left stranded
The vote in the Senate to expand the program was impressive - 67-29 - as it was in the House - 265-159 - but it didn't muster a two-thirds majority in both houses of Congress ...
6:57 a.m.
WEEK IN REVIEW: WASHINGTON D.C.
WASHINGTON - One Friday this month, as Washington was deep into concern over the Iraq war, Congress turned its attention to domestic policy and checked off a Democratic campaign promise.
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A Moment Captured
Chloe Sluis fights back the tears as her coach, Amber Turner, left, and fellow Roseville Skate Town skaters Savannah Shoup, 10, and Donna Moore, right, rush to congratulate her.
6:57 a.m.
Making builders pay looks like a no-go
Southern Nevada has struggled for decades to keep up with the region's explosive growth.
6:57 a.m.
Sun wins and wins, including top journalist award
The Sun won 39 awards overall. The results were announced last night at an awards banquet at the National Automobile Museum.
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INDENTURED DOCTORS
By the time J-1 doctors start working in underserved communities, they have already traveled a long road.
6:57 a.m.
Catching up to Las Vegas
When the Macau government opened its gambling market to foreign investment a few years ago, it sought companies that could help transform the Chinese seaport from a seedy outpost into a top luxury resort destination ...
6:00 a.m.
Indentured Doctors
The sign at the clinic says "walk-ins welcome," but a sick person would have had a hard time finding a doctor here.It's a weekday at the Health Care Center of Southern Nevada, a cinder block ...
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