Nevada Clips 11.11.11


2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – Neal to run for Senate District 4 seat – LINK
  • RJ – GOP’s Cegavske joins battle for 4th Congressional seat – LINK
  • RJ – Sebelius: Reid leaves no fingerprints, but also no doubts – LINK
  • LV Sun – Obama supporters rally to open Henderson headquarters – LINK
  • RGJ – ‘Kingmaker’ Sig Rogich weighs in on ‘Cain Train’ derailment – LINK
  • Elko Daily Free Press – Dean Heller introduces mine permitting bill – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – State Sen. Barbara Cegavske Announces Run For Congress In New District 4 – LINK

REDISTRICTING

  • RGJ – Joe Dini doesn’t like the way Lyon County is carved up in redistricting – LINK

CONGRESS

  • RJ – Grant to fund veterans transportation services – LINK
  • RJ – House panel sets hearing on online gambling – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: Isn’t there a statute of limitations with Cain? – LINK
  • RJ – Codifying ethics – LINK
  • RJ – Honoring our veterans – LINK
  • LV Sun – Runnin’ Rebels could help bring people in Southern Nevada together – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Community can be proud of UNLV – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Rebels are a home team for us all – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Rebels have a great legacy to build on – LINK
  • LV Sun – Coolican: Floored by the Lamborghini experience – LINK
  • RGJ – Americans must not allow ‘old soldiers’ to fade away – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Chuck Muth: Nevada residents should be ‘ashamed’ over this ‘abomination’ of a contract – LINK
  • Lahontan Valley News – Honor our vets, hire them – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • RJ – Wynn tip policy said to violate state law – LINK
  • RJ – New fee structure benefits Allegiant – LINK
  • RJ – Rare earths miner’s profits, sales rise as stock price falls – LINK
  • LV Sun – Organizers: Electric Daisy Carnival plugged $136 million into Clark County – LINK
  • LV Sun – Gaming lawyer doubtful of legal online poker anytime soon – LINK
  • LV Sun – Judge rejects Wynn tip-pooling policy; company to appeal – LINK
  • LV Sun – Stratosphere revenue improves on more visitors, higher spending on rooms – LINK
  • RGJ – Boomtown, 600 acres sold for total of $22.2 million to two separate companies – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ- RTC to re-bid bus contract; First Transit to drop lawsuit – LINK
  • RJ – Squabbles splinter Occupy Las Vegas – LINK
  • Las Vegas Sun – Special courts offer veterans kinder approach to criminal justice – LINK
  • Las Vegas Sun – City of Las Vegas maintains AA bond rating – LINK
  • Las Vegas Sun – RTC, First Transit reach agreement on bus contract – LINK
  • RGJ – Thefts of metal storm grates increase in Washoe County – LINK
  • Daily Sparks Tribune – Economy, short summer mean possible need for hike in water rates- LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – Nevada Now Offering Fallen Military License Plate To Families Of War Dead – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • RGJ – 15% of plants and animals unique to Nevada are threatened, report says – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Group takes first steps toward planting 10,000-trees – LINK
  • AP – Administration urges new wilderness protections – LINK

EDUCATION

  • LV Sun – Western High takes healthy step forward – LINK
  • LV Sun – Search starts for Nevada school superintendent – LINK
  • LV Sun – A successful sports program benefits both the university and our community – LINK
  • LV Sun – UNLV gives us ‘tremendous pride’ – LINK

HEALTH CARE

  • AP – Funds let Carson Tahoe hospital start lobby work – LINK
  • RGJ – Nevada ranks 49th for electronically prescribing medications – LINK
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