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  • FACING THE MONSTER

    published December 20, 1995

    part 1 of 2 Last week in Westword: In March 1995, Heather Smith recognized a mug shot in the newspaper as the man who had stabbed her five... More >>

  • FACING THE MONSTER

    published December 20, 1995

    part 2 of 2 The distance from Lakewood to Empire is less than fifty miles. But it must have seemed like a thousand to Detective Scott... More >>

  • FACING THE MONSTER

    published December 13, 1995

    part 2 of 3 When the call went out at a little after 4 a.m.--female brutally raped and assaulted in Silverthorne by white male driving green... More >>

  • FACING THE MONSTER

    published December 13, 1995

    part 3 of 3 In March 1993, Heather Smith was 27 years old and working at her father's company. She had many girlfriends and welcomed admiring... More >>

  • FACING THE MONSTER

    published December 13, 1995

    Photos by Heather Weiser part 1 of 3 The little girl forced herself to remain still as death. Otherwise he, the thing that waited in the... More >>

  • THIS ONE'S OFF THE CHARTS

    published November 29, 1995

    On the morning of October 1, 1992, Tina Knox, a 29-year-old aerobics instructor, gave birth to a healthy baby boy at Littleton Hospital.... More >>

  • WHAT'S YOUR BEEF?

    published November 8, 1995

    Pprominent Denver company exploits American Indians by using their images to sell buffalo products, according to the country's biggest Indian... More >>

  • BATTLE CRY

    published November 1, 1995

    part 2 of 2 In their lawsuit against the City of Denver, Lane, Sullivan, Powell and two women claim that the city has taken sides, choosing to... More >>

  • BATTLE CRY

    published November 1, 1995

    part 1 of 2 It's early Saturday, just after 7 a.m. on a crisp autumn day. The ash and locust trees that line the sidewalks around 20th Avenue... More >>

  • STICKING POINT

    published October 4, 1995

    Two lawsuits alleging that the City of Denver harasses anti-abortion protesters seem to be in their death throes. But that didn't stop one of... More >>

  • CLOSED ENCOUNTERS

    published September 27, 1995

    part 1 of 2 High school senior Rebekah Myles is a teenager with plenty on her mind--and a legal muzzle that prevents her from talking. ... More >>

  • CLOSED ENCOUNTERS

    published September 27, 1995

    part 2 of 2 Myles demanded that teachers put more time into helping students prepare their self-evaluation portfolios, "which, of course,... More >>

  • BIG WHEELS

    published September 27, 1995

    Taxpayers shelled out more than a quarter of a million dollars over the past year to try to determine whether some rocks in a Boulder field... More >>

  • TRANSCENDENTAL DESECRATION

    published September 13, 1995

    The new-age movement has invaded Rocky Mountain National Park--and knowingly or not, modern-day mystics are destroying sites of historical... More >>

  • BY THE BOOK

    published September 6, 1995

    part 1 of 2 Thin and frail, Pauline Robinson lay down on her couch. She would have liked to read a book to pass the time, but her cataracts... More >>

  • BY THE BOOK

    published September 6, 1995

    part 2 of 2 In the last quarter of her junior year Pauline was ready to quit, this time for good. It wasn't just the prejudices of a few... More >>

  • DUE FOR A CHECKUP

    published September 6, 1995

    Students expecting to graduate in October from the licensed practical nursing program at Denver's Concorde Career Institute have been told they... More >>

  • TOOTH OR CONSEQUENCES

    published August 23, 1995

    They spent their young adult lives looking after kids and husbands, cooking and cleaning. And then Arla Tolman and Suzanne Martin decided they... More >>

  • SCHOOL'S OUT

    published August 23, 1995

    After a tough fight, a second charter school will finally open in Denver this fall. But it won't be the controversial Thurgood Marshall school,... More >>

  • THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRACKS

    published August 2, 1995

    part 1 of 2 Stan Dillard stares hard at a drop of rainwater that has worked its way through the roof to the ceiling. It hangs for a moment,... More >>

  • THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRACKS

    published August 2, 1995

    part 2 of 2 The elder Cousins was the epitome of self-discipline. He'd purchased his first home in Atchison, Kansas, when he was seventeen... More >>

  • PATIENTS EXHAUSTED

    published July 26, 1995

    A controversial black gay AIDS activist has been run out of town with a bloody nose--assaulted by an apartment manager, he says, a convicted drug... More >>

  • DRUG BUST

    published July 12, 1995

    A statewide program that pays for medication needed by people with AIDS recently dropped a drug, ganciclovir, that prevents blindness. The... More >>

  • THE WHEEL THING

    published July 5, 1995

    The federal government intends to erect a controversial new building in Boulder despite opponents' contentions that some of the land slated for... More >>

  • THE QUIET MAN

    published June 14, 1995

    part 2 of 2 Doug entered the Washington Hospital Center program for pastoral care in September 1987. For his field training he was sent across... More >>

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