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Miller, ’Zona another test for Rebels

If there is a weakness in Sean Miller, it’s tough to find and even tougher to exploit. The Arizona coach is one of college basketball’s rising stars, a strong in-game strategist who recruits at the highest level.

Officials: Legislation won’t make off-roaders into relics

President Barack Obama last week signed legislation that designates more than 10,000 acres between Nellis Air Force Base and Apex as the Nellis Dunes Off-Highway-Vehicle Recreation Area. It also conveys 1,211 acres within the recreation area to Clark County to turn into a park for off-road enthusiasts.

Gaming pioneer, civil rights icon Knight Preddy dies

Sarann Knight Preddy, who broke barriers in the gaming culture of Nevada and became a civil rights icon, a prime businesswoman and a key player in the attempted revitalization of the historic Moulin Rouge, died Monday. She was 94.

Cruelty case against U.S. senator’s son dropped in Arizona dog deaths

Animal cruelty charges against the son and daughter-in-law of U.S. Senator Jeff Flake and two others will be dismissed after new information came to light about the deaths of 21 dogs at a suburban Phoenix kennel in June, prosecutors said on Monday.

Who’s got the kishka?

Taste of the Town readers find kishka, both the Polish and Jewish versions.

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