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14 NEVADANEWS For Nevada Information: 619-234-4753 • 619-534-2435 Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman Named to New Term

Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman Pete Bernhard was officially reappointed to a new four-year term heading the regulatory panel on Wednesday by Gov. Brian Sandoval. Previously the chairman of the state Ethics Commission, Bernhard was

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Reid Meets with 2011 Nevada Teacher of the Year

Washington, D.C. — Nevada Senator Harry Reid met today with Cheryl Macy, an English teacher at Carson High School in Carson City, Nevada. Macy was named the 2011 Nevada Teacher of the Year. Macy has worked at Carson High since 1998 and served five years as the head of the language arts department. She is also a graduate of the high school.

“I would not be where I am today without the hard work of good teachers like Cheryl Macy, whose dedication and love of teaching is felt by all of her stu- dents,” said Reid. “We have an obliga-

named gaming commission chairman in 2001. He was reappointed to a full four- year terms in 2003 and in 2007. “At a time when the gaming industry faces unprecedented modernization efforts and we are working to maintain Nevada’s position as the gold standard of

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tion to work together to ensure that teachers like Cheryl have the resources and tools they need to prepare Nevada’s students to compete in a 21st century global economy. I congratu- late Cheryl on this very prestigious honor.” “I am pleased to meet with Senator Reid,” said Macy. “I know that our sen- ators support educators in our state. They know that we need to ensure that teachers are always part of the discussion on how to improve our education sys- tem.”

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Teacher of the Year award from among the state teachers of the year. Cheryl will join other state teachers of the year as they are honored by President Obama and Dr. Jill Biden at the White House.

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gaming regulation, Pete has the experi- ence and day-to-day knowledge to help Nevada continue to move forward,” Sandoval said in a statement. I have tremendous respect for his work and I look forward to his continued leadership in our state’s most important industry.”

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Indian Voices • May 2011

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