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1995 Stories by Eric Dexheimer

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  • TAKING STOCK

    published May 3, 1995

    Imagine that you have a good idea, perhaps even a great idea, for a product that might help humanity--and, of course, make some money along the... More >>

  • PLANE TRUTH

    published April 26, 1995

    The problem, as Gregg Greenstein sees it, is fourfold: It's too noisy and it will lower property values. And along the way, he adds, the... More >>

  • NORTH OF THE BORDER

    published April 12, 1995

    The political turmoil shaking Mexico appears to have spilled north into Colorado. Aeromexico, the country's largest airline, suspects its former... More >>

  • THAT'S OUR BOY

    published April 5, 1995

    Jack Dempsey lived in Creede, Denver, Steamboat Springs and Montrose, fighting in mining camps across the entire Rocky Mountain region before... More >>

  • WHAT GOES AROUND...

    published March 22, 1995

    It's been four months since the Aronsons of Evergreen charged in a civil lawsuit that their neighbors, the Quigleys, tried to drive them out of... More >>

  • PLAYING THE PERCENTAGES

    published March 15, 1995

    Has Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Colorado secretly been nickeling-and-diming its clients so it can earn extra millions of dollars in profits? The... More >>

  • TOUGH TO SWALLOW

    published March 8, 1995

    In 1972, when Nixon was in the White House and the notion of a black hole first was conceived, two promising young scientists met and became close... More >>

  • THE DOCTOR MAY BE OUT

    published March 1, 1995

    The recent death of local millionaire Chuck Stevinson had an effect on many people. But perhaps no one outside his family will feel the loss more... More >>

  • THE MUD'S FLYIN'

    published February 22, 1995

    Three months ago, when the Aronson family of Evergreen filed a lawsuit against their neighbors the Quigleys, charging them with anti-Semitism, it... More >>

  • MILKING THE RAMS

    published February 22, 1995

    Hey, CSU! You've just hit the ranks of big-time football! You've got a conference championship, a national audience, TV contracts and a big bowl... More >>

  • INDEPENDENCE'S DAY

    published February 22, 1995

    The state chapter of the Democratic Leadership Council is about to announce that it's forming its own public-policy think tank. Not surprisingly,... More >>

  • CORPORATE SWINE

    published February 15, 1995

    part 1 of 2 It took less than 24 hours for Galen Travis to go from feeling like a very lucky man to someone whose luck had run out. Last... More >>

  • CORPORATE SWINE

    published February 15, 1995

    part 2 of 2 Rol Hudler looks like an English professor and smells of pipe smoke. A thin, balding man with round glasses, he is the... More >>

  • HOP TO IT

    published February 1, 1995

    Tom Blach's family has been ranching for more than a century now, its annual economic fortunes tangled up in the stalks of grass that carpet 4,000... More >>

  • JUST DESSERTS?

    published January 25, 1995

    Over the years, Haagen-Dazs, the luxury ice-cream maker, has earned a reputation for trying to put the chill on its competitors. In 1980 the... More >>

  • SOUNDS OF SILENCE

    published January 18, 1995

    Five weeks ago, Mitchell and Candice Aronson of Evergreen filed a civil lawsuit against their neighbors, William and Dorothy "Dee" Quigley,... More >>

  • LORDS OF THE RING

    published January 11, 1995

    Like most other serious boxers, Joe Silva has discovered that his time isn't his own. Five evenings a week he meets his coaches at a gym in a... More >>

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