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    MOOSE NO LONGER LOOSEYEAR-OLD EVIDENCE LEADS TO STIFFER CHARGE IN CASE OF SLAIN GOLD MINER

    W.H. "Moose" Graham sat slack-jawed and panting in the defendant's box in a Pinal County courtroom in Florence last Friday morning, his big, gray head poking out of orange prison garb. He was waiting for Judge Robert Bean to formally charge him with ...

    by Michael Kiefer on January 26, 1994
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    MOOSE NO LONGER LOOSEYEAR-OLD EVIDENCE LEADS TO STIFFER CHARGE IN CASE OF SLAIN GOLD MINER

    W.H. "Moose" Graham sat slack-jawed and panting in the defendant's box in a Pinal County courtroom in Florence last Friday morning, his big, gray head poking out of orange prison garb. He was waiting for Judge Robert Bean to formally charge him with ...

    by Michael Kiefer on January 26, 1994
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    MOOSE NO LONGER LOOSEYEAR-OLD EVIDENCE LEADS TO STIFFER CHARGE IN CASE OF SLAIN GOLD MINER

    W.H. "Moose" Graham sat slack-jawed and panting in the defendant's box in a Pinal County courtroom in Florence last Friday morning, his big, gray head poking out of orange prison garb. He was waiting for Judge Robert Bean to formally charge him with ...

    by Michael Kiefer on January 26, 1994
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    PROPHETIC PROFESSORASU INSRUCTOR'S NOVELLA FORETOLD ZAPATISTA UPRISING IN CHIAPAS

    They say truth is stranger than fiction. But Zapata Rose in 1992, a short story by ASU professor and author Gary Keller, is an even stranger phenomenon--fiction that turns out to be truth. Released nearly two years ago as part of a compilation of K...

    by Darrin Hostetler on January 26, 1994
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    KID PICS AND THRILLS

    @day:around @mon:the globe @body:"World Class" Adventures Resume: Kids loved "visiting" all seven of the Earth's continents during "World Class! A Geographic Adventure in Art," a themed installation and hands-on workshop series that recently conclu...

    by Robert X. Planet on January 26, 1994
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    OPEN RECORDS PREVENT A POLICE STATE

    I look at police files for a living. So I've got a problem with a proposed State House bill that would lock up those reports. And because the police have retaliated against me when I've exposed law enforcement corruption, I'm not wild about the idea ...

    by Michael Lacey on January 26, 1994
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    PICS HITS AND THRILLS

    MDRVRXP: see note below at "Art Films"MDNM @day:wednesday @mon:january @date2:26Martha Graham Dance Company: The most celebrated of all American dance companies observes the 100th birthday of its founder, late dance doyenne Graham, with a ...

    by Robert X. Planet on January 26, 1994
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    UNEARNED INCOME

    You can take this year's Super Bowl and shove it. Once again, the National Football League is giving us the Buffalo Bills and the hateful Dallas Cowboys. Things are in a desperate state. Is there a more loathsome, irksome individual than Jimmy Joh...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on January 26, 1994
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    UNEARNED INCOME

    You can take this year's Super Bowl and shove it. Once again, the National Football League is giving us the Buffalo Bills and the hateful Dallas Cowboys. Things are in a desperate state. Is there a more loathsome, irksome individual than Jimmy Joh...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on January 26, 1994
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    UNEARNED INCOME

    Stick up a Circle K and take $50 and they'll ship you down to Florence. Loot a savings and loan of millions and they'll offer you a membership in the Paradise Valley Country Club.--Anonymous Ten years ago, they were flying high. Mention Charles Kea...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on January 26, 1994
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    OPEN RECORDS PREVENT A POLICE STATE

    I look at police files for a living. So I've got a problem with a proposed State House bill that would lock up those reports. And because the police have retaliated against me when I've exposed law enforcement corruption, I'm not wild about the idea ...

    by Michael Lacey on January 26, 1994
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    OPEN RECORDS PREVENT A POLICE STATE

    I look at police files for a living. So I've got a problem with a proposed State House bill that would lock up those reports. And because the police have retaliated against me when I've exposed law enforcement corruption, I'm not wild about the idea ...

    by Michael Lacey on January 26, 1994
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    PICS HITS AND THRILLS

    MDRVRXP: see note below at "Art Films"MDNM @day:wednesday @mon:january @date2:26Martha Graham Dance Company: The most celebrated of all American dance companies observes the 100th birthday of its founder, late dance doyenne Graham, with a ...

    by Robert X. Planet on January 26, 1994
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    KID PICS AND THRILLS

    @day:around @mon:the globe @body:"World Class" Adventures Resume: Kids loved "visiting" all seven of the Earth's continents during "World Class! A Geographic Adventure in Art," a themed installation and hands-on workshop series that recently conclu...

    by Robert X. Planet on January 26, 1994
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    UNEARNED INCOME

    Stick up a Circle K and take $50 and they'll ship you down to Florence. Loot a savings and loan of millions and they'll offer you a membership in the Paradise Valley Country Club.--Anonymous Ten years ago, they were flying high. Mention Charles Kea...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on January 26, 1994
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    UNEARNED INCOME

    You can take this year's Super Bowl and shove it. Once again, the National Football League is giving us the Buffalo Bills and the hateful Dallas Cowboys. Things are in a desperate state. Is there a more loathsome, irksome individual than Jimmy Joh...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on January 26, 1994
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    UNEARNED INCOME

    Stick up a Circle K and take $50 and they'll ship you down to Florence. Loot a savings and loan of millions and they'll offer you a membership in the Paradise Valley Country Club.--Anonymous Ten years ago, they were flying high. Mention Charles Kea...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on January 26, 1994
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    SHE'S NOT THEIR CUP OF TEA - ONLY IN THE MADISON SCHOOL DISTRICT COULD A PERSONAL SQUABBLE END UP IN COURT

    After hearing so many monstrous things about Carolyne Berry, seeing her is a letdown. Watching the Madison School District board member fidget through a meeting, it's difficult to imagine how she came to be the object of so much ire. She doesn't lo...

    by Amy Silverman on January 26, 1994
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    AGENT OF CHANGEAN OFT-REJECTED TUCSON WRITER WANTS TO HELP ASPIRING LITERATI ON THE BOOKSHELVES

    Pity the unpublished author. He works in solitude, unrecognized, unknown. He lays bare his soul on the page. Then, what? He sends his manuscript away, typically to publishers picked out of a library reference book. In return, he gets rejection letter...

    by Dave Walker on January 20, 1994
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    PERHAPS THEY'LL CALL IT A CEILING POSTUREPEDIC

    After months of arguing with his grade-school-age son about the importance of making his bed every morning, William Calderwood finally hit the ceiling. Some time later, so did Calderwood's out-of-sight, out-of-mind solution to those daily squabbles...

    by Dewey Webb on January 20, 1994
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