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  • Trail Ridge Road is over 12,000 feet. Photo The Voice Archives.
    Roof of the Rockies

    Trail Ridge Road through Rocky Mountain National Park is the best known scenic drive in Colorado and deserves its reputation as being the ride to the roof of the...

    • October 1, 2016
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    The Mountain Men

      In the early 1800s, these men opened the Oregon Trail before most Americans knew it was there. Page 8 of the October Voice .

    • October 1, 2016
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    Hospital Mergers

    California experienced its wave of mergers earlier than the rest of the country and may provide insight into what could happen across the U.S. Page 3 of the October...

    • October 1, 2016
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    Hospital Issue

    Update on how observation (outpatient) stays in a hospital can be financially  devastating. See page 11 of the October issue.

    • October 1, 2016
  • Several Fort Laramie buildings remain standing, including these. Photo by an unknown photographer.
    Famous Fort

    Fort Laramie was the most important outpost in the Old West, and several of its buildings still stand. See page 2 in the September Voice.

    • September 2, 2016
  • Sam Deon’s cabin, built in 1858, still stands just south of the LaPorte
post office. Photo by Bill Lambdin years ago.
    First Town in Our Area

    LaPorte north of Fort Collins was the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. See page 5 of the September issue.

    • September 2, 2016
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    Major Report on U.S. Drug Costs

    Government-protected monopoly rights drive up drug costs more than any other factor, say researchers. See page 6 of the September issue.

    • September 2, 2016
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    Profit Over People

      Huge drug price increases affect many more people than they used to. Page 3 of the September Voice.

    • September 2, 2016
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    North Colorado Settler

    Pioneer Norman Fry settled in the Poudre Canyon northwest of Fort Collins in 1889 and left a record of what life was like then. See page 2 of the...

    • August 2, 2016
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    Town Named for a Pickle

    You can still buy vegetables made by the Kuner Empson company that made pickles at this town in the 1800s. Page 4 in the August Voice.

    • August 2, 2016