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Loop road environmental documents released
  • Loop road environmental documents released

    By Kathryn Reed A multi-million dollar transportation project on the South Shore has mushroomed into being a project that could dramatically change the state line area, with repercussions possibly extending beyond the Y. The loop road would essentially flop how Highway 50 and the southern section of the current loop operate. Even though the same […]

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  • NFL awash in gambling contradictions

    By Ken Belson, New York Times  Los Angeles Rams guard Jamon Brown (68) competed against Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Howard Jones in an arm wrestling event at the MGM Hotel and Casino on the Vegas Strip in April. Credit Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal When N.F.L. owners voted overwhelmingly last month to move the Raiders […]

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  • Loop road environmental documents released

    By Kathryn Reed A multi-million dollar transportation project on the South Shore has mushroomed into being a project that could dramatically change the state line area, with repercussions possibly extending beyond the Y. The loop road would essentially flop how Highway 50 and the southern section of the current loop operate. Even though the same […]

  • Opinion: Full school day doesn’t make the grade

    By Joe Mathews Many mornings, I think my state senator has the best policy idea in California. At other times, I think he’s missing the point. The idea involves the sleep of schoolkids, and the state senator is Anthony Portantino, who represents the San Gabriel Valley. Portantino has won plaudits for a bill requiring middle […]

  • Professional soccer team to play against LTCC

    Lake Tahoe Community College men’s soccer team will play an exhibition game against the Reno 1868 FC professional soccer team under the lights at home on April 25 starting at 7pm. There is no cost to attend. The Reno 1868 FC team is a new Division II professional team that is affiliated with the professional […]

  • Industry showing how casinos help small businesses

    By Richard N. Velotta, Las Vegas Review-Journal The American Gaming Association is starting a series of road trips Tuesday to explain how commercial and tribal casinos help small businesses across the country. Representatives of the Washington, D.C.-based association will meet with Rep. Anthony Brown, D-Md., at Eastern Food Services in Laurel, Md., to raise awareness […]

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