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Awards

  • 2012 - National Council on Crime and Delinquency/Prevention for a Safer Society Award, published January 27, 2011

    "Pen Pals"

  • 2011 - Sigma Delta Chi Awards/Society of Professional Journalists, published September 9, 2010

    "Spreading Her Wings"

  • 2011 - Casey Medals for Meritorious Journalism, published September 9, 2010

    "Spreading Her Wings"

  • 2011 - Society of Professional Journalists/Colorado Chapter, published September 9, 2010

    "Spreading Her Wings"

  • 2011 - Golden Quill Award/International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors, published September 23, 2010

    "Crying Shame"

  • 2010 - National Society of Newspaper Columnists, published March 5, 2009

    "Double Trouble"

  • 2010 - National Society of Newspaper Columnists, published August 13, 2009

    "Boxed In"

  • 2010 - Education Reporting Awards/National Education Writers Association, published May 14, 2009

    "School Daze"

  • 2010 - National Society of Newspaper Columnists, published May 14, 2009

    "School Daze"

  • 2009 - Clarion Awards/Association of Women in Communications, published August 21, 2008

    "True West"

  • 2009 - Clarion Awards/Association of Women in Communications, published December 11, 2008

    "Join the Club"

  • 2009 - Clarion Awards/Association of Women in Communications, published January 3, 2008

    "Reminders"

  • 2008 - AAN AltWeekly Awards, published February 15, 2007

    "Ladies Plight"

  • 2008 - AAN AltWeekly Awards, published May 3, 2007

    "Exhibitionists"

  • 2008 - AAN AltWeekly Awards, published May 31, 2007

    "The Nigerian Scam Strikes Again"

  • 2006 - AAN AltWeekly Awards, published May 12, 2005

    "A Piece of the Action"

  • 2006 - AAN AltWeekly Awards, published August 18, 2005

    "Screwed for Life"

  • 2006 - AAN AltWeekly Awards, published November 10, 2005

    "A Peace of the Action"

  • 2006 - Clarion Awards/Association of Women in Communications

    Calhoun's Columns

1995 Stories by Patricia Calhoun

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  • ETHIC CLEANSING

    published December 13, 1995

    Defame is the name of the game. David Thomas, the district attorney of Jefferson County, wasn't happy with Eric Dexheimer's August story... More >>

  • THE BODY POLITIC

    published December 6, 1995

    My upper torso heaves with indignation. Late last month, in an effort to clean up their act before Congress does it for them, those arbiters... More >>

  • THE BOTTOM DROPS OUT

    published November 29, 1995

    She opened her mail the first Saturday in November, and the bottom dropped out of her world. Jo had worked hard to shore up the foundation... More >>

  • KLONDIKE AND SNOW JOB

    published November 15, 1995

    Are they gone yet? Have the last polar-bear-suited protesters packed up their picket signs, the last TV cameras captured that last foot of... More >>

  • THE ART OF THE DEAL

    published November 8, 1995

    Now you see it, now you don't. The hyperbolic paraboloid still stands sentinel on the 16th Street Mall, a dilapidated, Jetson-esque reminder... More >>

  • CARRIER PIGEONS

    published November 1, 1995

    Ben Dover. That was the name of the mythical airline vice-president of finance skewered in a series of limited-edition cartoons last spring... More >>

  • THE BUM'S RUSH

    published October 25, 1995

    It was Wednesday, and grease was the word. That meant one thing: the Mexico City Lounge (or Cafe, depending on which sign you pay attention to),... More >>

  • LOCAL COLOR

    published October 11, 1995

    A thousand miles away in California, the O.J. Simpson jury had just started deliberating when Denver County Court Judge Larry Bohning called his... More >>

  • CHECKING OUT

    published October 4, 1995

    "I've been here twenty years," Ronald Ford says from behind the only register at Scott's Market. "I didn't even realize twenty years had gone by.... More >>

  • IT'S NOT OVER TILL IT'S OVER

    published September 6, 1995

    LoDo is over, the urban hipster said sadly. His pronouncement would certainly surprise anyone who has dodged through the throngs of... More >>

  • SCENE STEALERS

    published August 30, 1995

    This summer has been no picnic for Elitch's. The relocated amusement park has been criticized for its long lines, crowded walkways and... More >>

  • GIRL CRAZY

    published July 26, 1995

    They don't have a prayer. As women from across the country arrive in Denver this week for the Summit on Women's Economic Security, they may... More >>

  • WAR OF THE WORDS

    published July 19, 1995

    These had been dull days in Denver's newspaper war, marked primarily by a slide in circulation for the Rocky Mountain News, a slide into... More >>

  • THE ART OF THE DEAL

    published July 12, 1995

    This is not a pretty picture. In a matter of weeks Denver City Council members, whose average aesthetic tastes tend to John Denver songs and... More >>

  • WIN SOME, LOSE SOME

    published June 14, 1995

    In Quebec, home of our soon-to-be NHL team, the soon-to-be-renamed Nordiques, it's considered bad taste to call someone a "pepsi." In Denver, it's... More >>

  • GIVE ME A BREAK

    published May 31, 1995

    From the halls of Montezuma County, the outraged cries carried all the way to Denver: Six years of hard work, soon to be undone by one stroke of... More >>

  • LAY OF THE LAND

    published May 24, 1995

    At daybreak on the Comanche National Grassland, the air is so sweet and the endless, empty vistas so breathtaking that it is impossible to imagine... More >>

  • FOR YOUR AMUSEMENT

    published May 17, 1995

    Oh, grow up. Last week New York Times architecture critic Herbert Muschamp hailed Denver as a new playground for adults, "a consumer... More >>

  • INDECENT EXPOSURE

    published May 10, 1995

    Denver is becoming a very cheap date. This city rolls over for anyone who shows the slightest interest in scratching its economically soft... More >>

  • COURT TIME

    published May 3, 1995

    Martin Scheriff did not need to introduce himself to the judge. By now, Denver District Court Judge Edward Simons knows Scheriff all too... More >>

  • EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY

    published April 26, 1995

    By last week, Denver's four mayoral candidates could finish each other's sentences. This wasn't because they were in such great accord--far from... More >>

  • THE PARENT TRAP

    published April 19, 1995

    Before Theresa Andress took her job with the Planned Parenthood clinic in La Junta, she managed a convenience store. "At the Loaf `n' Jug,... More >>

  • COACH TURNS INTO PUMPKINHEAD

    published April 12, 1995

    "I know how Jesus felt," said David VanderMolen. "This was a witch hunt." But no witch ever cast a spell as successfully as VanderMolen, the... More >>

  • Calhoun

    published April 5, 1995

    Beneath his judicial robes Andrew Armatas has been stripped bare, right down to the 35 shirts (dress and casual), 8 pairs of slacks, "misc. socks,... More >>

  • DENVER CARRIES ON

    published March 1, 1995

    There. That wasn't so bad, was it? Denver International Airport actually opened Tuesday, on its fifth debut date, after such a drawn-out,... More >>

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