Latest Posts:

  • The Wild West

    It was the most bizarre story in early Colorado. “Alfred Packer Guilty of Cannibalism!” said newspapers in 1874. See page 2 of the April issue.

    • April 3, 2017
  • Estes Park Pioneer

    Abner Sprague was 91 years old when World War II began—and he tried to enlist in the army. Read about this unusual man on page 11 of the April...

    • April 3, 2017
  • Insurance Issue

    Now some insurance companies want to require us to use in-network pharmacies in addition to network doctors and hospitals. Page 3 of the April issue.

    • April 3, 2017
  • Medicare Change

    Doctors can now be paid for discussing end-of-life treatments with patients. Read about the controversy on page 14 of the April issue.

    • April 3, 2017
  • The Mountain Men

        The mountain men were in Colorado half a century before the settlers arrived, when the West was undiscovered and unspoiled. See the March issue page 2.  

    • March 6, 2017
  • When Buffalo Roamed Here

    In the early 1800s more than 30 million buffalo roamed America. Their number was reduced to a few hundred by 1889, and they were headed for extinction, page 5...

    • March 6, 2017
  • Drug Companies

    Drug companies pay university professors to publish articles promoting expensive medicines, and the professors hide their conflicts of interests. Page 4, March Voice.  

    • March 6, 2017
  • Insurance Company Fraud

    The U.S. Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against United Health insurance company and others for fraudulently charging Medicare millions of dollars. Page 8 of the March issue.  

    • March 6, 2017
  • The Pony Express

    Its daring young riders risked their lives to help make America one nation from coast to coast, linked by mail delivery. Page 3 of the February issue.  

    • February 3, 2017
  •  A Genuine Article

    Chuck Pierson was what early cowboys called “a genuine article.” See his unusual story on page 6 of the February Voice.  

    • February 3, 2017