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  • A PAIN IN THE NECK

    published December 14, 1994

    part 2 of 2 Stjernholm, Son and Grandson Buffalo Acres occupies a wedge of land in unincorporated Lakewood between Mt. Carbon Dam, which holds... More >>

  • A PAIN IN THE NECK

    published December 14, 1994

    part 1 of 2 A friend writes: We want you to know about the tumor in our son Brandon's neck, and how it was successfully treated by a Dr.... More >>

  • BOULEVARD OF DREAMS

    published November 30, 1994

    You would think that developer and financier Larry Mizel would have bigger battles to fight. Mizel, who has an estimated worth of more than $100... More >>

  • INNOCENCE LOST

    published November 23, 1994

    part 1 of 2 In a two-week period beginning in mid-October 1993, Spencer Day went on a crime tear that was as remarkable for its workaday... More >>

  • INNOCENCE LOST

    published November 23, 1994

    part 2 of 2 Most people know of aversion therapy through Anthony Burgess's book, or Stanley Kubrick's 1971 movie by the same name, A Clockwork... More >>

  • ON THE OFFENSIVE

    published November 23, 1994

    Timothy Wacker represents perfectly the conflict that mental-health professionals continue to face over the treatment of sex offenders. He started... More >>

  • HUNTING SEASON

    published November 16, 1994

    Crime is on the rise these days, although not necessarily on the streets. Television programs such as Cops show real-life alleged perpetrators... More >>

  • COURTING DISASTER

    published November 2, 1994

    part 2 of 2 As much as their cases have become a rallying cry for women seeking payment for the controversial bone marrow transplant... More >>

  • COURTING DISASTER

    published November 2, 1994

    part 1 of 2 Last spring, when Barbara Tepe walked out of her California home, slipped into the car next to her husband and began driving to... More >>

  • MEXICAN STANDOFF

    published October 19, 1994

    One year after 2,000-odd runners sprinted or limped across the finish line, the defunct and discredited Denver International Marathon continues to... More >>

  • BLAZING THE ORGAN TRAIL

    published October 19, 1994

    Once it appears, it's a difficult image to shake: The friendly skies filled with thousands of iced kidneys, livers, hearts and lungs crisscrossing... More >>

  • OFF THE RECORD

    published October 12, 1994

    Last year, when Bruce Benson had the court records of his divorce from his former wife, Nancy, sealed, he became a member of a very elite club. Of... More >>

  • THE PLAN THAT FELL TO EARTH

    published October 5, 1994

    Listening to Denver city officials, residents might be tempted to conclude that the missteps and delays plaguing Denver International Airport are... More >>

  • BRUCE'S GENEROUS PALS

    published September 28, 1994

    part 2 of 2 The Savings & Loan Connection In 1991 Benson made much public hay over Senator Tim Wirth's ties to the national... More >>

  • BRUCE'S GENEROUS PALS

    published September 28, 1994

    part 1 of 2 Ever since Bruce Benson began waging his campaign for the governor's office, his opponents have used his fortune against him by... More >>

  • 5...4...3...2...1...HEADS UPLET'S DO LAUNCH NO, YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A ROCKET SCIENTIST. JUST FLEX YOUR MISSILES.

    published September 7, 1994

    part 1 of 2 To many people, Dennis Lamothe would seem to pose an unacceptable risk. For starters, on this scorching Saturday morning he is... More >>

  • 5...4...3...2...1...HEADS UP

    published September 7, 1994

    part 2 of 2 As anyone familiar with rocketry knows, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This week in Argonia, that... More >>

  • UNECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

    published September 7, 1994

    The money and effort government spends in the name of economic development is supposed to bring a community new companies and additional jobs. But... More >>

  • DOCTOR VS. DOCTORS

    published August 24, 1994

    When he was booted from school, Terry Hamburg did what any student these days would do. He sued his teachers. Except that Hamburg was no... More >>

  • MT. PAPERWORK

    published August 24, 1994

    For anyone who has ever attended a local government planning meeting, it is a familiar sight: A developer or lawyer wheels in a stack of boxes,... More >>

  • LOVE AT FIRST SET

    published August 10, 1994

    Chet sits in a plastic-belted lawn chair facing the Washington Park tennis courts, classically dressed: white shirt, pocketed shorts, a white cap... More >>

  • LOW FINANCE

    published August 10, 1994

    An economics magazine used as a teaching aid by the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs is giving the school a crash course in accounting.... More >>

  • THE NURSE WAS SCRUBBED

    published August 3, 1994

    Accountants do it when they crunch numbers on their relatives' tax returns at no cost. Lawyers do it when they handle a friend's legal advice for... More >>

  • CLASS STRUGGLE

    published July 20, 1994

    It has been just over a year since Colorado legislators gave the go-ahead for amateur reformers to dabble in public education. The Charter Schools... More >>

  • UNHEALTHY COMPETITION

    published July 13, 1994

    part 1 of 2 Every generation or so--most recently in 1976--the Bijou Creek, which runs north through the eastern plains from Colorado Springs,... More >>

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