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Rebels take control of game, win 38-7

UNLV cruised to a 38-7 victory over Western Illinois tonight at Sam Boyd Stadium, reaching .500 for the first time under fourth-year coach Bobby Hauck.

Nevada HOA board called too conflicted to function properly

A member of the state commission charged with overseeing Nevada’s many common interest communities says the panel is unable to function properly in its current form because of inherent conflicts on the part of some of the seven members.

Remembering revered Rosarian and her sage tips

L as Vegas lost a great Rosarian who passed away Aug. 9. Lee Heenan was an amazing woman, a great gardener and mother, and her entire life was spent serving others.

Preparing your estate before you die is act of love

The other day, I was honing and polishing my death instructions. Death instructions, of course, are a collection of my wishes, preferences and expectations regarding the subject of death. In this case, my death.

Britney’s residency tests pop appeal

Still not sure if Britney barfed. But even if the helicopter ride was shaky, the pop princess has finally touched down in the desert, and soon we’ll learn more about the future of live entertainment in Las Vegas.

COMMENTARY: CCSD’s ‘transparency’ reveals raft of raises

For the last month, Clark County School District officials have sought to keep secret the district’s proposed contract with the Clark County Education Association until Trustees vote on it at Thursday’s board meeting.

EDITORIAL: CSN’s financial fallout

The College of Southern Nevada’s financial aid problems are so deep, the school is incapable of fixing them on its own. Higher education officials need to start asking how, exactly, the mess got this bad in the first place.

EDITORIAL: Honesty best policy with school rankings

Public school rankings came out last week, and on the surface, the report doesn’t appear to contain much good news. As reported Tuesday by the Review-Journal’s Trevon Milliard, 25 percent of Nevada’s 604 public schools were downgraded by the Nevada School Performance Framework, the second-year, state-created evaluation that replaces federal No Child Left Behind standards.

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