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Archive for October 23, 2006

Veteran Nevada tribal chairman ousted in election
Tribal Chairman Brian Wallace, who helped secure a climbing ban at Cave Rock and 24 acres of ancestral homeland on Lake Tahoe's east shore, has failed in a bid for re-election to a fifth four-year ...
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Pride sinfully proud of U.S. debut
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Jeff Haney breaks down the over/under wagers for the NBA season
The three highest victory totals in the league, by a fairly wide margin, are attached to teams from the West - the Dallas Mavericks (over/under 56 1/2 wins), the Phoenix Suns (56) and the San ...
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John Katsilometes on how the Maloofs' new Carl's Jr. commercial is faring in a nationwide taste test
"The ad's been spectacular for us. I can't think of an ad where I've had this much fun," Andrew F. Puzder, president and chief executive officer of CKE Restaurants, parent company of Carl's Jr., told ...
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Service fit for a king and queen
Atop a jagged heap of granite and basalt rising a few thousand feet above the Gulf of Aqaba, King Hussein and Queen Noor of Jordan played host to a lavish dinner.
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FLASHPOINT for Oct 23, 2006
I am now reduced to making this plea in this limited space and after many of you have already done it: Don't do it. It is early voting, the infernal creation of do-gooders who have ...
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Editorial: Our recommendations for State Board of Education
We were impressed with both candidates in the District 2 race.
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Editorial: Crear, Alden have the experience to enhance Board of Regents
Cedric Crear, who owns an advertising company, is well qualified to represent District 1. He fully sees the need for Nevada's universities to proceed with their quest to become major research centers. He correctly points ...
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Letter: Question 7 would regulate marijuana use
Mr. Gliddon is apparently not familiar with the specifics of Question 7. Public consumption of marijuana is explicitly prohibited under the initiative, therefore the scenario he paints of unsuspecting passers-by getting a "contact high" from ...
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Letter: Candidate short on common sense
How could any citizen, let alone a candidate for governor of the state of Nevada, assist a falling-down drunk to a vehicle and enable the person to become a public menace and endangerment to all ...
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Letter: Show your common sense by voting this year
With the short session that they "worked," they simply didn't have the time; incredible when you ponder the multitude of threats we're facing. What have they done productively to fulfill their sworn allegiance to our ...
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Editorial: Spotlight on candidates who seek education seats
It is important that those who sit on the School Board be open to new ideas while remaining committed to a stable and ever-improving learning environment. They should be independent enough to speak out for ...
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Las Vegas City Council members unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday clarifying the city's position regarding the use of eminent domain. But they didn't vote on a resolution to oppose a broader statewide ballot initiative on ...
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Las Vegas developers have been there and done that with shortages of steel and concrete. But glass?
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Campaigning for the university Board of Regents often involves blank stares.
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Candidate has designs on job and a badge to prove it
Ronald Hilford is making one fine impression as Henderson Township constable. He has begun shopping for new uniforms, and he is hunting for a few good deputies.
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Regents see disaster in redoing board
Bret Whipple Regents Chairman
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They're not MDs but they'd DO
Last week thousands of doctors and medical students were visiting Las Vegas.
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