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1994 Stories by Eric Dexheimer

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  • UNHEALTHY COMPETITION

    published July 13, 1994

    part 2 of 2 In small towns, the collective memory is a living, breathing thing, almost separate from the people it grows from. A single bit of... More >>

  • PRINTS CHARMING

    published June 22, 1994

    part 2 of 2 Three generations is what passes for old money in Denver. So it's not surprising that along with the Hirschfeld name and the... More >>

  • PRINTS CHARMING

    published June 22, 1994

    part 1 of 2 When the 100 or so members of the Graphic Communications International Union who staffed the production facilities at A.B.... More >>

  • LAST RIGHTS

    published June 15, 1994

    In most places the disappearance of a low-level city panel would register barely a blip on people's personal radar screens. But most places aren't... More >>

  • THE BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST?

    published June 1, 1994

    Joseph C'de Baca is taking on some very smart people--7,990 of them, to be exact. That's the number of children in Denver Public Schools' gifted... More >>

  • SEPARATION ANXIETY

    published May 25, 1994

    part 2 of 2 It is a Wednesday evening at the Stony Creek Elementary School library, in southern Jefferson County, and about twenty parents... More >>

  • SEPARATION ANXIETYARE DISABLED PUPILS IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES?

    published May 25, 1994

    part 1 of 2 By all appearances, Dave Spinks is an excellent principal. He moves through his bustling one-story school easily and informally.... More >>

  • HATE SPRINGS ETERNAL

    published May 25, 1994

    In the 1981 cult movie The Gods Must Be Crazy, a Kalahari Desert bushman stumbles onto a Coca-Cola bottle tossed from an airplane. As the bottle... More >>

  • A THIRD-RATE BURGLARY

    published May 4, 1994

    The break-in at the small South Broadway office a month ago had all the sinister overtones appropriate to what would turn out to be Richard... More >>

  • TRICK OR TREATMENT

    published April 27, 1994

    part 2 of 2 Most physicians who are honest with themselves will acknowledge that cancer can be a capricious disease and that claiming success... More >>

  • TRICK OR TREATMENT

    published April 27, 1994

    part 1 of 2 If every physician wound up with patients like Charles Stevinson, medical school might not seem like such an onerous... More >>

  • PUBLISH AND PERISH

    published April 6, 1994

    Three weeks ago, Herschel Caldwell, the owner of a small newspaper company called Focus Journals Inc., filed for protection from his creditors... More >>

  • IT'S A JUNGLE GYM OUT THERE

    published March 30, 1994

    part 2 of 2 Perhaps because of the company's financial straits, Mack's lavish lifestyle began causing some discomfort in corporate... More >>

  • IT'S A JUNGLE GYM OUT THERE

    published March 30, 1994

    part 1 of 2 On a recent sunny day in the beginning of March, Donald Mack relaxes in his Greenwood Village house, a brick-and-wood affair that... More >>

  • JUDGING THE JUDGE

    published March 23, 1994

    To anyone who has ever lived in a small town, the characters are as familiar as Main Street: The judge with the smudged reputation. The curmudgeon... More >>

  • RETURNING FROM PARTS UNKNOWN

    published March 9, 1994

    In a little more than six months, a small-time thief named Everett Francis Wann is scheduled to be released from federal prison, where he has... More >>

  • JUSTICE OR BUST

    published February 23, 1994

    Sometime this summer, the more than 1,000 people charged with felony drug offenses each year in Denver will begin flowing into a single courtroom... More >>

  • THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPLANT

    published February 9, 1994

    For nearly a year now, Cliff and Karen Fischer have glimpsed the future of health care. They are not thrilled with the view. In recent months,... More >>

  • KEEPING HIS OWN COUNSEL

    published February 2, 1994

    part 1 of 2 Nick Avila's graduation from the University of Colorado's law school in 1976 and subsequent career, no matter how short-lived,... More >>

  • KEEPING HIS OWN COUNSEL

    published February 2, 1994

    How the drugs ended up in Avila's hands is undisputed. According to federal investigators, Phil Guerrero was driving in Louisiana on August... More >>

  • RUNNING ON EMPTYHOW CLOSE IS THE DENVER INTERNATIONAL MARATHON TO THE FINISH LINE?

    published January 26, 1994

    Back on October 3, when the Denver International Marathon was still just a race and not a synonym for negative balance sheets, Leslie Fuller, who... More >>

  • Sites For Sore Eyes

    published January 12, 1994

    Call it an anti-House Beautiful. Or the evil twin of Architectural Digest. For the past four months Life on Capitol Hill, a small monthly... More >>

  • That'S "Tim," As In "Timber"

    published January 12, 1994

    When state officials last week rejected the plan of Tim Blixseth and Big Sky Lumber Co. to acquire the Taylor Ranch, they may have saved... More >>

  • Ridden Into Town On A Rail

    published January 5, 1994

    When Ron Maynard announced his plans to build a new railroad repair facility just outside the tiny Weld County town of Hudson in 1988, the... More >>

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