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1996 Stories by Howard Stansfield

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  • Tokin' Resistance

    published December 12, 1996

    The stoop-shouldered man slouches behind a coffee table that is really a marijuana table. It practically bows beneath the collective weight of pot... More >>

  • Putting at Windmills

    published November 14, 1996

    A plaque Ron Frederick keeps stashed away in his Chandler home isn't much to behold. The glue holding its brushed-metal faceplate long ago lost... More >>

  • Putter's Primer

    published November 14, 1996

    Castles 'n' Coasters 9445 North Metro Parkway East (at Metrocenter) When it opened in the early 1980s, Castles 'n' Coasters (nee... More >>

  • Doggedly Seeking Suits

    published October 31, 1996

    Last month, while in the backyard of his neighbor's north Phoenix home, 11-year-old Randell Buchanan learned a painful lesson. Randell's... More >>

  • An Exercise in Utility

    published October 17, 1996

    A popular lunch hangout just down the street from the Capitol. Renz Jennings' chicken taco languishes on his plate, untouched, as its owner... More >>

  • LUSTy Accusations

    published September 26, 1996

    An accounting firm hired to administer a state fund to clean up leaky underground fuel tanks has been padding its pockets at taxpayers' expense,... More >>

  • Deadly Panacea

    published September 19, 1996

    Martha Krupp slides a snapshot of her daughter, Leslie Burroughs, across a table in her Tucson home. "You'd never even think there was a... More >>

  • This Ombudsman's for You

    published August 22, 1996

    For a man charged with the herculean task of policing Arizona government and resolving citizen complaints, Pat Shannahan has headquarters that... More >>

  • Got'em

    published August 8, 1996

    It's a balmy night in June 1995. Petty felon Thomas Glen Campbell slouches in the cab of a borrowed pickup truck north of Casa Grande. As he puffs... More >>

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