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1995 Stories by Eric Dexheimer

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  • STRINGING HIM ALONG

    published December 20, 1995

    To most people, having their phone service "cut off" means simply that they didn't pay their bill. Not to Bruce Kronberg, who lives in a modest... More >>

  • A CRUMBLING FOUNDATION

    published December 20, 1995

    When the patriarchs of two of Colorado's most powerful families joined forces over two years ago, it wasn't for another megamillion-dollar... More >>

  • A BEATEN MAN

    published December 6, 1995

    You're an average guy, which is to say, occasionally you like to be tied up and whipped. But you have questions. For example: "How do Colorado's... More >>

  • ONE'S COMPANY

    published October 18, 1995

    Next week William Gates will celebrate his fortieth birthday. The products sold by his company, Microsoft, are used in an estimated 80 percent of... More >>

  • PRAIRIE HOME COMPANIONS

    published October 11, 1995

    It's becoming a familiar story: A Colorado municipality tires of the increasingly frequent traffic snarls and tract-home developments popping up... More >>

  • LOGO MOTIVES

    published October 4, 1995

    This year is one of big changes for the University of Colorado Buffaloes football team. Heisman Trophy-winning tailback Rashaan Salaam is gone.... More >>

  • STATUE OF LIMITATIONS

    published September 27, 1995

    Jon Dickerson's job reminded him a lot of Glengarry Glen Ross. In the Pulitzer Prize-winning David Mamet play, frantic salesmen scramble for good... More >>

  • FADE TO BLACK

    published September 20, 1995

    part 2 of 2 Watson's primary public role, it seemed, was to get arrested. "I spent a lot of time spread-eagled over somebody's hood or trunk,"... More >>

  • FADE TO BLACK

    published September 20, 1995

    part 1 of 2 A quarter of a century ago, Lauren Watson organized the Denver chapter of the Black Panther Party. For a little over two years he... More >>

  • MAIL ANATOMY

    published September 13, 1995

    In case you missed it, Lewis and Floorwax, the morning DJs on KRFX/103.5 The Fox, held a contest on July 28. It was called "Denver's Biggest... More >>

  • COUNTRY STRIFE

    published August 23, 1995

    The government's latest reports show that crime is down in major cities across the nation. Not since before the advent of crack have the mean... More >>

  • WAR OF THE WORDS

    published August 9, 1995

    Seldom is the legal rule of innocent until proven guilty so ignored by the public as in cases of ethnic and racial hate crimes. The charges are... More >>

  • UNHEALTHY COMPETITION?

    published August 2, 1995

    This week marks a potentially momentous shift in how the poor and uninsured receive their health care in Denver--and, possibly, in the way all... More >>

  • LABOR PAINS

    published July 26, 1995

    It's not a common goal, or even a popular one these days, but to Eugene Duran it was real: He wanted to be a labor lawyer. And for seven years he... More >>

  • THREE ACRES AND A DUELWILL THE STATE LOSE OUT ON A PRIME REAL ESTATE DEAL IN SUMMIT COUNTY?

    published July 19, 1995

    Is the State of Colorado losing several hundred thousand dollars' worth of real estate to a developer of plush Summit County mountain homes? The... More >>

  • HIGH PLAINS GRIFTERS

    published July 5, 1995

    part 2 of 2 Concerned about the massive erosion washing billions of tons of soil off private lands each year, Congress in 1985 enacted several... More >>

  • HIGH PLAINS GRIFTERS

    published July 5, 1995

    part 1 of 2 Most working ranchers and farmers would find tending to the Colorado Farms spread a respite. The foreman of the ranch, Delbert... More >>

  • AN INCOMPLETE SENTENCE

    published June 21, 1995

    part 1 of 2 Although he met him only once, nearly two decades ago, T.W. Norman reserves a special place in his memory for James Christensen.... More >>

  • AN INCOMPLETE SENTENCE

    published June 21, 1995

    part 2 of 2 Surrounded by an expanse of rich corn and soybean farmland in northeast Iowa, Eagle Grove is 370 miles from Chicago and an... More >>

  • SPACES: THE FINAL FRONTIER

    published June 21, 1995

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  • MAKING BRAIN WAVES

    published June 21, 1995

    At the time it was announced, it seemed the perfect example of picayune government rules stifling entrepreneurship. A year and a half ago, the... More >>

  • CALLER IDEA

    published June 14, 1995

    When Richard McSpadden wanted to put in some new pay phones at Union Station, he didn't have to look far. "In the past several months I'd say I've... More >>

  • WILDLIFE ON THE MOVE!

    published June 7, 1995

    Usually, Colorado's wild animals mind their own business--but now flocks of government agents and self-appointed experts are doing it for them.... More >>

  • PUSHING THE ENVELOPE

    published May 17, 1995

    Detective James Rock remembers it as one of the worst professional decisions he'd made in 24 years with the Denver Police Department, although... More >>

  • THE HOT ZONE

    published May 10, 1995

    Anyone contemplating renting out a room in a residence that's not up to code might want to consider this: Apart from gang members and assorted... More >>

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