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1996 Stories by Andy Van De Voorde

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  • Out of Africa

    published November 14, 1996

    African immigrant Tseghe Foote came to the United States and opened a small business, only to discover it's a jungle out there. In a... More >>

  • The Club Gets Drubbed

    published October 31, 1996

    Tammara Keisler didn't mind picking up after the members of the Colorado Arlberg Club. But the self-described "surfer girl" from Southern... More >>

  • Trial by Ire

    published October 17, 1996

    Every politician loves a parade, but Bill Ritter and Craig Silverman were marching to a different tune last month in Montbello. Incumbent... More >>

  • Advice and Dissent

    published October 10, 1996

    Denver mayor Wellington Webb's campaign to revitalize the South Platte River has sent currents of currency flowing to a veteran Democratic... More >>

  • Continental Drift

    published September 19, 1996

    But at Denver International Airport, London's still calling--and taxpayers are being asked to answer. Denver is the largest American market... More >>

  • No Wine Before Its Time

    published September 5, 1996

    One hundred bottles of wine on the wall, one hundred bottles of wine, you take them down, pass them around, and...you've got one hell of a... More >>

  • The City's Slippery Slope

    published August 29, 1996

    As officials of the Winter Park ski area prepare to raise the curtain on what's supposed to be a new era of accountability, questions continue to... More >>

  • One of Our Gas Stations Is Missing

    published June 6, 1996

    The Denver Metropolitan Major League Baseball Stadium District is a few bricks shy of a load--and of a promise. After the stadium district... More >>

  • Still Railing

    published May 16, 1996

    Time is about to run out on Colorado's most irascible political entity. But the tiny Moffat Tunnel Commission is going down swinging. State... More >>

  • Here's a Hot Little Number

    published May 9, 1996

    It's one hell of a way to get ahold of somebody. But more than twenty years after US West assigned a devilish prefix to telephone users in the... More >>

  • Flights of Fancy

    published April 18, 1996

    The sky was the limit for Denver aviation officials hoping to lure overseas air service to the city back in 1987. According to a "forecast... More >>

  • Soft Landing

    published April 11, 1996

    One of Denver's top airport administrators took early retirement last summer, but he didn't fly off into the sunset. Instead, Errol K. Stevens... More >>

  • The Out of Towners

    published February 29, 1996

    Passenger traffic was down by two million people last year at Denver International Airport. But a squadron of jet-setting city officials did their... More >>

  • UP THE SLIPPERY SLOPE

    published January 31, 1996

    The City of Denver's plan to donate ninety acres of public land to a for-profit real estate venture at the Winter Park ski area got the green... More >>

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