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UNLV to make jump to Division I for club hockey

The Rebels are still a club program as they attempt to raise the funding to go Division I NCAA varsity, but they will move up from Division II to D-I in the American Collegiate Hockey Association beginning in 2017-18.

Cubans in Havana shocked by Miami celebrations of Castro’s death

Some Cuban-Americans have been celebrating Castro’s death with jubilation and vulgar humor, calling it a well-earned release after decades of exile and insults from the man they blame for ruining their homeland. In Cuba, the bawdy reaction to Castro’s death has shocked and offended even critics of the government, who are taken aback by the celebration of any death with dirty jokes.

Elk hunting can take months of preparation, stamina

Our plan was to hunt the benches of Mount Grafton, where open ridges meet the base of its steep slopes. It was here that Don had seen bulls while hunting elk with another friend during the 2015 elk season.

Las Vegas Bowl Moment 17: Boise State improves to 3-0

Boise State became the first team to go 3-0 at the Las Vegas Bowl after defeating first-time visitor Washington 28-26 on Dec. 22, 2012.

Rebels ace first road test at Southern Utah

Most of a 10-point lead had vanished over the previous five minutes and UNLV stared at a 66-65 lead with 8:40 left against Southern Utah. For this particular Rebels team, it was the perfect test.

5 things to watch at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas

This year’s NFR promises lots of lead changes, a new all-around champion and a wide-open field in many events as 120 competitors descend on the Thomas & Mack Center beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday.

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