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  • WomenWest
    Women of the West

    Her audacity opened the door for women in rodeos and other professions. See this story about the first women to challenge the rodeo cowboys, page 2 of the January...

    • January 1, 2015
  • WallStreet
    Wall Street Banks…Again?

        U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren made this recent speech about the latest deregulation of Wall Street banks and warns of another possible taxpayer bailout. Page 3 of the...

    • January 1, 2015
  • LongsPeak
    He Slid Down Longs Peak

    “I fell to my knees and thanked God for my deliverance.” That’s what Colorado pioneer Elkanah Lamb said after he narrowly escaped death while descending one of Colorado’s highest...

    • January 1, 2015
  • DocShort
    Doctor Shortage?

    You hear that the nation is facing a serious shortage of doctors, but is that really the case? See what researchers say, January issue page 13:

    • January 1, 2015
  • Abner
    He Knew Our Mountains

      Abner Sprague came to Estes Park in 1868. During his long life of 93 years, he knew the area that became Rocky Mountain National Park better than any...

    • December 2, 2014
  • AskInsurance
    Health Insurance Changes

      “If there’s any year employees should pay attention to their annual enrollment material, this is probably the year,” say experts. Find out what questions to ask about your...

    • December 2, 2014
  • LoversLeap
    Lover’s Leap

    They locked themselves in each other’s arms and leaped from the summit of the precipice 500 feet high. It’s a story of unrequited love in the 1800s, page 2:...

    • December 1, 2014
  • FindDoctor
    Finding a Doctor

    The Affordable Care Act  means more Americans are now able to afford health insurance—but are they able to find a doctor who will accept their insurance? See what’s happening...

    • December 1, 2014
  • WildWestTown
    A Wild West Town

    The last—and greatest—gold mining town in Colorado still stands. Read about it on page 2:  

    • November 2, 2014
  • InsuranceCoverage
    Insurance Coverage

    “Reference pricing”‘ is the latest ploy used by health insurance companies to cost you more money. See page 10:

    • November 2, 2014