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  • Triumph of a Dream

    Pete Seibert was the founder of Vail ski resort and a member of the famed 10th Mountain Division ski troops who saw heavy combat in World War II. See...

    • December 1, 2017
  • They Called It Jackson Hole

    The beautiful Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming once served as a hideout for outlaws. Page 11 in the December Voice.

    • December 1, 2017
  • Outrageous Drug Prices

      At least 45 states are suing 18 drug companies for price fixing of drugs, like the one that increased from $20 to $1,849 in a seventh month period....

    • December 1, 2017
  • More on Opioids

    They caused over 33,000 deaths in just one year, thanks to a drug industry that is “out of control.” See page 13 of the December Voice.

    • December 1, 2017
  • Tribute to a Cowboy

    Early Greeley resident Charles Jackson described a cowboy named Jesse Gale and offered a tribute to a cowboy’s way of life. See page 2 of the November Voice.

    • November 1, 2017
  • Colorado’s Victorian Town

    Georgetown has some of the nation’s best examples of Victorian architecture, especially the Maxwell House. Page 14 of the November issue.

    • November 1, 2017
  • Drug Companies

    They are supplying corrupt doctors and pharmacists with pain killers that are killing thousands of Americans, with the help of politicians. Page 7 of The Voice, November issue.

    • November 1, 2017
  • High Drug Costs

    Some states are starting to control outrageous drug cost increases because Congress won’t do it. See page 10 of the November issue.  

    • November 1, 2017
  • A Ghost Town

    In 1879 Lulu City was a gold mining camp in the mountains west of Fort Collins. One man said phantoms still live there. See page 2 of the October...

    • October 2, 2017
  • Early Madams

      Denver’s red-light district was notorious from the early 1870s, especially the houses of Mattie Silks and Jennie Rogers. Page 13 of the October issue. Photo: Jennie Rogers. Colorado Historical...

    • October 2, 2017