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New NAC commissioner advocates safety, wants to expand drug tests

Francisco Aguilar thought he needed more time before accepting the responsibility of serving as chairman of the Nevada Athletic Commission. But now he believes he’s ready to be that person.

Steelers offer value vs. Patriots

This has been anything but a typical season for Tom Brady, who is putting up numbers indicative of a middle-of-the-pack quarterback in the NFL. Still, the New England Patriots’ record does not reflect a decline.

It’s reassessment time for Medicare Part D beneficiaries

Dear Savvy Senior: I have been enrolled in the same Medicare prescription drug plan for three years now, but my pharmacist told me I should look for a new plan during the open enrollment period that would fit my needs better. What’s the easiest way to do this? — Need help

To enjoy flowering spring bulbs, prepare now

The thought of flowering bulbs conjures up in my mind beds of tulips coming through the crusty snow (where I’m from) on a spring day shouting, “Spring is coming!” These welcome sights can be yours, as the foliage emerges from the soil by following these guidelines.

Among huddles, between sidelines, an ocean of lessons

My first season with the Nevada Youth Football League is coming to a close this week. Not mine, actually; rather, Joseph’s first season. Age 11. I’m just the dad standing on the sideline. But it’s been a wonderful ride for me, too. To quote my little sister, herself a mother of two boys, “The only thing better than scratching something off your bucket list is watching your children scratch something off their bucket list.”

Would China nuke Las Vegas?

Apparently, Nevada’s deep business ties to Macau mean nothing to China — at least as far as the military is concerned.

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