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1994 Stories by Arthur Hodges

Archives: 1995 | 1994
  • STOP THAT TRAIN!

    published December 21, 1994

    For the past two years, the board of directors of the Regional Transportation District has been packed with mass-transit true believers convinced... More >>

  • THE TAXMAN COMETH

    published December 14, 1994

    After more than nine months of trying, the State of Colorado has succeeded in collecting close to $1,500 in delinquent taxes from state... More >>

  • JUST PASSING THROUGH

    published December 7, 1994

    Haji S. Adnan appeared to symbolize everything that was right about the city of Denver's controversial minority contracting program. Adnan,... More >>

  • A FIRM NO

    published November 30, 1994

    When Denver attorney Jeff North sued Baker & Hostetler earlier this year, the prestigious downtown law firm tried in vain to keep from airing its... More >>

  • BILL ALL THE LAWYERS

    published November 23, 1994

    Earlier this year, when Boulder attorney Peter Rogers lost a routine child-support case for client Richard Kosnar, he appeared to go out of his... More >>

  • RISKY BUSINESS

    published November 23, 1994

    Park Hill businessman and his wife have received a six-figure, low-interest loan from the City of Denver even though they have a long history of... More >>

  • INK-STAINED KVETCHES

    published November 9, 1994

    One thing's certain about reporter Steve Paulson's recent news stories about Denver International Airport for the Associated Press: They could... More >>

  • SICK TRANSIT

    published October 26, 1994

    On paper--certain pieces of it, anyway--David Shortridge looks like a clear favorite to win a seat on the board of the Regional Transportation... More >>

  • HAULED INTO COURT

    published October 12, 1994

    Glenda Swanson Lyle struck a blow for good government last year when she introduced a bill in the Colorado legislature to prevent dishonest... More >>

  • CONFIDENCE MAN

    published October 5, 1994

    part 1 of 2 The cancer, Brian Rusca remembers, seemed to devour John Savage from within, like a weevil inside a boll of cotton. In May, when... More >>

  • GOLDEN FLEECE

    published October 5, 1994

    part 2 of 2 During the late 1980s and early 1990s Savage spent a lot of time jetting back and forth between England and Colorado, where he had... More >>

  • NOT SUCH A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

    published October 5, 1994

    One of the largest-ever private grants awarded to a Denver neighborhood has driven a rift between community groups in the very area it's supposed... More >>

  • TERMINAL WEIRDNESS

    published September 28, 1994

    An engineer chosen by the city of Denver to help design the alternative baggage system at Denver International Airport is also being sued by the... More >>

  • A CRY FOR HELP

    published September 21, 1994

    Denver mayor Wellington Webb has gone to court to force his 32-year-old son to get treatment for apparently long-standing addictions to alcohol... More >>

  • CAN'T WE ALL GET ALONG?

    published September 14, 1994

    The way Denver city councilman Ted Hackworth sees it, there were lots of good, sound ways the parks and recreation department could have found to... More >>

  • WEST SIDE STORY

    published August 24, 1994

    At first glance, it looks like an inconsequential little controversy involving nothing more significant than some burned-out light bulbs, missing... More >>

  • CHOPPERS GET AXED

    published August 24, 1994

    Eight years ago area transportation officials pronounced that Denver needed a public helicopter landing facility near its downtown to accommodate... More >>

  • TROUBLE IN THE 'HOOD

    published August 3, 1994

    Last year, in the midst of Denver's "Summer of Violence," Mayor Wellington Webb took several steps to help stem the flow of blood on city streets.... More >>

  • FRIENDLY SKIES

    published July 27, 1994

    When it comes to dealing with the city government and Denver International Airport, businessman King Harris has always had a Midas touch. A... More >>

  • FALLING DOWN

    published July 20, 1994

    When Jeff North first arrived at the Denver law offices of Baker & Hostetler in July 1992, he must have seemed like quite a catch. Barely... More >>

  • HOTEL RESERVATIONS

    published July 6, 1994

    Paul Steward Collection/Black American West Museum From the outside, the old Rossonian Hotel building looks like Denver's latest... More >>

  • FLACK ATTACK

    published June 22, 1994

    When the City of Denver hired the public relations firm of Hill & Knowlton last year to deal with the national reporters who were filing stories... More >>

  • JUDGMENT DAY

    published June 8, 1994

    It's hard to say precisely when things started falling apart for Denver lawyer David L. Smith. A good guess might be mid-July 1992, after he filed... More >>

  • GENTLEMEN PREFER BONDS

    published May 18, 1994

    Last week's decision by the New York rating company Standard & Poor's to downgrade Denver International Airport bonds to "junk" status was bad... More >>

  • THERE GO THE NEIGHBORHOODS

    published May 11, 1994

    If she feels at all beleaguered, Jennifer Moulton isn't showing it. Standing behind a podium in the auditorium of Carson Elementary School,... More >>

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