Nevada Clips 10.14.11


  • RJ- Horsford pursues seat in Congress, vows to help Nevada families-LINK
  • RJ- SMITH: Horsford says right things in crowded congressional race-LINK
  • RJ- SEBELIUS: Steven Horsford’s the real thing-LINK
  • RJ- Silver lining for Kate Marshall?-LINK
  • LV Sun- Horsford launches bid for Congress, stakes claim to Berkley’s district-LINK
  • LV Sun- GOP candidates respond to Jon Huntsman’s call for Nevada caucus boycott-LINK
  • LV Sun- Jon Huntsman plans boycott of Nevada caucus over scheduling-LINK
  • LV Sun- RALSTON: Time to start a new tradition-LINK
  • RGJ- 4 GOP presidential hopefuls planning to boycott Nevada caucus-LINK
  • AP- Spanish TV’s Telemundo to hold GOP presidential debate in Nevada-LINK
  • RGJ- 4 GOP presidential candidates will boycott Nevada caucus? Hey, let them go-LINK
  • AP- GOP candidates threaten to skip Nevada caucus-LINK
  • AP- Horsford won’t recuse himself from redistricting-LINK
  • Elko Daily Free Press- Nevada GOP split over early caucus date-LINK
  • AP- State Republicans delayed by caucus date change-LINK


  • RJ- Heller to campaign behind GOP jobs alternative-LINK
  • LV Sun- LYDIA BALL: Federal loan program is working in Nevada-LINK


  • RJ- LETTERS: New teacher union hire an embarrassment-LINK
  • RJ- EDITORIAL: But please don’t cut-LINK
  • RJ- EDITORIAL: Bank fees-LINK
  • RGJ- EDITORIAL: Homecoming is a good time to start search for new president-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: We can’t comprehend the numbers anymore-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: Get the numbers right before fixing problem-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: Does Gov. Sandoval agree with Gov. Perry?-LINK
  • Nevada Appeal- MUTH: Occupying Loserville, USA-LINK
  • Elko Daily Free Press- EDITORIAL: Wildfires: They aren’t just for summertime anymore-LINK


  • RJ- Massachusetts State Senate approves gaming bill-LINK
  • RJ- City National Bank will not impose monthly debit card fees-LINK
  • RJ- Sports betting app for iPhone approved-LINK
  • RJ- Las Vegas business owner touting U.S.A. as a brand-LINK
  • LV Sun- Banks placed on watch list-LINK
  • LV Sun- Commercial real estate defaults continue in Las Vegas-LINK
  • LV Sun- Court rules against Las Vegas golf developer-LINK
  • LV Sun- Hungry on the Strip? Expect to pay a premium-LINK
  • Nevada Appeal- Bank: United States is not heading into a second recession — yet-LINK
  • Lahontan Valley News- Retailers see hands-free cellphone boom in area-LINK
  • Elko Daily Free Press- Fee or flee?-LINK
  • Elko Daily Free Press- Debit Card Crunch; Banks turn to new service fees-LINK


  • RJ- Stalemate continues over new bus contract-LINK
  • RJ- Lawmakers say businesses need more than tax breaks-LINK
  • LV Sun- Nevada leaders largely silent on pipeline controversy-LINK
  • LV Sun- Lawsuits over plumbing fixtures keep springing up-LINK
  • LV Sun- Neighborhood association slams DesertXpress rail plan-LINK
  • LV Sun- Public transit stalemate likely headed to court-LINK
  • RGJ- Reno scrambles to avoid redevelopment agency default-LINK
  • Lahontan Valley News- City’s contract dispute set for arbitration-LINK
  • Elko Daily Free Press- TV District to survey taxpayers-LINK
  • Elko Daily Free Press- City to draft bottle law-LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau- State Employee Contracting Controversy Addressed With Administrative Changes-LINK


  • RJ- UNLV receives $15 million donation for business school-LINK
  • LV Sun- School District testing new technology to track academic, operational performance-LINK
  • LV Sun- School District recognizes contributors for $22 million of donations-LINK
  • Lahontan Valley News- Charter school uses technology of the future-LINK
  • Tahoe Bonanza- SNC President: Resignation ‘the right thing to do’-LINK
  • AP- Most states to seek exception to education law-LINK


  • AP- State’s first bear hunting season hits halfway point-LINK
  • Nevada Appeal- Bear hunt reaches halfway point-LINK



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