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    Where the Bodies Are Buried in Boulder

    The body was found at the bottom of a six-foot-deep pit at a construction site near a Boulder public-housing project. The hole was covered with particle board, marked with cones and blocked by construction equipment. Two weeks later, on December...

    by Patricia Calhoun on January 23, 1997
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    Letters

    What a Beaut Regarding Patricia Calhoun's January 16 column, "Global Warning": Patricia Calhoun is very defensive. She typically tries to steer the reader away from the real issue. The real issue is reality. Yes, little JonBenet was murdered....

    on January 23, 1997
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    High Hopes - Emily Herrera soars toward stardom

    Emily Herrera listened carefully to the first few notes of the aria emanating from the audition hall. The "Caro Nome" aria, she thought. From Rigoletto. The singer's voice pierced the quiet like a dagger. She's good, Emily thought. But she's a c...

    by Steve Jackson on January 16, 1997
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    Party Crasher - Back from the abyss, Sam Zakhem campaigns for the forgotten man: himself

    Sam Zakhem casts a hungry eye on the milling bodies in the halls of the State Capitol. The press conference room is filling up nicely, but the crowd is mostly made up of well-wishers and business associates. Where are the cameras? "Are any of th...

    by Alan Prendergast on January 16, 1997
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    Shot in the Arm - Colorado starts mandatory hepatitis B vaccinations for schoolkids.

    In an effort reminiscent of the 1950s national crusade to wipe out polio, beginning next fall, Colorado children entering elementary and middle school will be required to receive vaccinations against the hepatitis B virus, the leading cause of liver ...

    by Steve Jackson on January 16, 1997
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    Off Limits

    All Ramsey, all the time: The JonBenet Ramsey murder has created a killing schedule for local media pundits discussing the who, what, when, where and whydunit for a national audience. Denver Post columnist Chuck Green has been sighted on Dateline, To...

    on January 16, 1997
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    May We Share? - A new CoHousing development in Boulder proves that communing is alive and well.

    There are those who think that communes reached their popular peak in the Sixties, but a new style of communal living called CoHousing is springing up in Boulder. These residential developments, which combine private and public living spaces, have he...

    by Tony Perez-Giese on January 16, 1997
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    Global Warning

    What's wrong with this picture? Compared with the beauty-pageant clips of JonBenet Ramsey that keep popping up on television, the crime-scene photos published in Monday's issue of the Globe look like something from Mother Goose. Night after night...

    by Patricia Calhoun on January 16, 1997
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    Hive Anxiety - To bee or not to bee? Denver's zoning department just answered that question.

    In Lyle Johnston's lone beehive, a drowsy clump of bees staggers across a plastic honeycomb frame. They are in a semi-dormant state, more concerned with survival than with honey or the current queen. A warm, un-wintery buzz hums from the hive, which ...

    by Robin Chotzinoff on January 16, 1997
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    The Bums Already Sold Out

    Let's hope Daffy Duck buys the Los Angeles Dodgers. Or Boris Yeltsin. If the Bosnian government puts together an ownership group, writes a check for 300 million bucks and moves the team to burned-out Sarajevo, that will be fine. Maybe Madonna is inte...

    by Bill Gallo on January 16, 1997
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    Letters

    It's What's Up Front That Counts What's the deal with the penis envy at your office? With all the stuff going on in Denver/Boulder, I would think you could have a better cover story than Eric Dexheimer's "Growing Pains," in the January 2 issu...

    on January 16, 1997
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    Please Release Me - Colorado faces a boom in parolees--and rising evidence that parole isn't working.

    Three days a week, the blue bus from Canon City pulls up at the corner of Smith Road and Peoria and discharges a stream of men dressed in cheap polyester suits. The men are parolees, and each one has a check for $100 and two bus tokens in his pocket ...

    by Alan Prendergast on January 9, 1997
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    Opening a Shut Case - An appellate court rules that sealed records in a malpractice settlement may be viewed.

    Margot Anderson was rear-ended while driving her car in 1989. Yolanda Martinez was hit in her car two years later. Together the two Colorado women helped change the state's open-records laws to make it easier for the public to examine court documents...

    by Eric Dexheimer on January 9, 1997
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    Chrome Allies - When Stanton Stegner cooks something up for you, order it welded done.

    A few weeks ago Stanton Stegner took over a small warehouse at the corner of 22nd and Curtis Streets, where an auto-parts supply store used to be. Using his 1969 Ford van and a flatbed trailer, he systematically began depositing sculptures made from ...

    by Robin Chotzinoff on January 9, 1997
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    Fight to the Finish - The Moffat Tunnel Commission goes out kicking and screaming.

    The Moffat Tunnel Commission went out with a bang last week, engaging in one last act of defiance before being swept into the dustbin of Colorado history. At a New Year's Eve meeting marked by angry exchanges between commissioners and audience member...

    by Andy Van De Voorde on January 9, 1997
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    Off Limits

    Anchors away! Channel 2 reporter Jann Tracey, who lost the tip of a finger while shooting a segment with a caged, allegedly tame bear last week (the station declined to run the bloody aftermath), probably considers TV reporting tough duty. But it's n...

    on January 9, 1997
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    Lots of Profit - The bombing-trial media feuds over parking costs and salaries.

    Where does free enterprise end and profiteering begin? The answer depends on which side of the dollar you're on. And in this case, Denver city officials are caught in the middle. Manager of Safety Fidel "Butch" Montoya has been called upon to me...

    by Karen Bowers on January 9, 1997
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    Stupor Bowl

    Whooooops! Afterward, Lionel Washington couldn't hold back the tears. A devastated Shannon Sharpe wondered aloud if he'd be able to look at himself in the mirror come Sunday morning. Or face John Elway. Sharpe predicted it would be "years until t...

    by Bill Gallo on January 9, 1997
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    Letters

    Pocket Change Regarding Eric Dexheimer's "Growing Pains," in the January 2 issue: You know, there are a lot of people deliberately paying less than $7,000 for lumpy, bumpy blue sex toys at adult stores. Glen has with him at all times somethin...

    on January 9, 1997
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    A Yarn About the Broncos

    Deep in a corner of my conscience is a wad of unfinished sweaters--one for every Bronco Super Bowl bust. Somehow, in the agony of defeat--or, perhaps more accurately, the discomfort brought on by excessive consumption of both crow and alcohol--liftin...

    by Patricia Calhoun on January 9, 1997
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