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First Interstate BancSystem Inc.

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    February 17, 2005

    I Could Just Slap Him

    Felon, swindler, liar, sleaze, pant-load. The many faces of Fife Symington

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    June 6, 2002

    Romancing the Genome

    The love story that may spark Arizona's New Economy.

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    April 20, 2000

    He's Back

    Ex-governor Symington seems blissful despite the damning evidence that mounts at his bankruptcy trial. What's up his sleeve?

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    January 29, 1998

    Inside the Jury Box

    The people who judged Symington look back with certainty, compassion

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    January 29, 1998

    Writing a Sentence

    Fife Symington must live with six felony convictions; where he will live with them is still up in the air

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    September 11, 1997

    Fife's History

    It took years, and some luck, to unravel Symington's web of deceit

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    August 14, 1997

    Denouement or Vindication?

    Jurors in Symington's 12-week criminal trial hear closing arguments, begin deliberations

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    August 7, 1997

    Judge Stranded

    As Symington finishes his grueling cross-examination, judge tarries with jury instructions

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    July 17, 1997
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    July 10, 1997

    Sugar Mommy

    Martha Symington's lawyer tells jury of governor's profligacy

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    June 26, 1997

    Informer Friend of Fife

    Bookish prosecutor George Cardona transforms governor's partner and ally into reluctant stool pigeon

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    June 19, 1997

    Bankers Dozin'

    Testimony at the governor's criminal trial and a new civil complaint suggest that First Interstate helped Symington dupe other lenders

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    May 15, 1997

    A Colossal Liar

    If you're feeling sympathy for Fife Symington, read this

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    April 10, 1997

    Republic Scoops Self

    The expose told of a newly discovered "confidential settlement" that has an impact on Symington's bankruptcy case. But the Republic itself had reported the settlement--in 1994.

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    November 14, 1996

    Might He Be Innocent

    A broad range of legal experts and newly released records suggest the federal government will have a hard time convicting Governor Symington

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    September 26, 1996

    An Accounting Nightmare

    Coopers & Lybrand leaves governor in "worst of all worlds" legally; but quick removal from office seems unlikely

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    September 5, 1996

    Official Secrecy Acts

    Fighting a legal war on multiple fronts, Symington and his attorneys turn to a time-honored tactic: stonewalling

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    June 20, 1996

    The Governor and the Lawyer

    Document supporting indictment suggests senior partner at Snell & Wilmer aided governor in alleged bank fraud

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    June 20, 1996

    An Indictment Primer

    The charges are simple: The government says Symington lied to get hundreds of millions of dollars of loans

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    May 30, 1996

    Governor Deposed

    Forced to explain his creative accounting practices, the governor steps through the looking glass

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    December 14, 1995

    First Interstate Blank Check

    Bank gave governor loan write-downs, despite evidence of false financial statements

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    November 23, 1995

    Trophy Strife

    Sculptor says downtown partnership bootlegged his award design

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    November 9, 1995
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    November 2, 1995

    Gasket Case

    During her 14-year marriage to an auto-parts mogul, Denise Hrudka lived in the lap of luxury. Then her husband stood up.

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    October 26, 1995

    Countdown to Indictment?

    Washington to decide Fife's fate in next six weeks

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    October 5, 1995
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    October 5, 1995
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    September 21, 1995

    THE HOUSE THAT YOU BUILT

    IF QUESTIONS ABOUT ITS RETRACTABLE ROOF, POWER-HUNGRY AIR CONDITIONERS AND SUN-STARVED GRASS CAN BE ANSWERED, BANK ONE BALLPARK WILL BE A STATE-OF-THE-ART VENUE. FOR SEPARATING FANS AND TAXPAYERS FROM THEIR MONEY.

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    July 27, 1995

    Flashes

    From the Week of July 27, 1995

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    February 16, 1995

    THE GRIM RED LINE

    MINORITIES ARE REFUSED MORTGAGES. BANKS WON'T LEND IN LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS. IT'S CALLED REDLINING, AND IT'S STILL THRIVING IN PHOENIX.

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    October 20, 1994

    ROADS TO RUIN

    IF PROPOSITION 400 PASSES, TAXPAYERS WILL COUGH UP BILLIONS FOR FREEWAY CONSTRUCTION. IF ONLY MAG ADOT KNEW WHERE THEY WERE GOING TO SPEND IT.

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    August 4, 1994
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    April 20, 1994
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    January 26, 1994
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    February 17, 1993
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    July 29, 1992
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    February 21, 1990

    Beam Us Up, Scottie

    Economics 101 with Pinnacle West Capital Corporation

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