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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
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    Reasons for High Drug Costs

    Some people who use insurance co-pays for drugs would be better off paying cash for them. Find out why on page 5 of the August issue.

    • August 2, 2016
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    Medicare Experiment

    Officials are returning to an old fashioned idea: house calls by doctors. Page 10 of the August issue.

    • August 2, 2016
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    Butch Cassidy and Sundance

    Read about the mystery surrounding their lives and what Butch’s sister said happened. Page 4 of the July issue.

    • July 2, 2016
  • LongsPeak
    She Climbed Longs Peak in 1873

    And she was the first woman to climb Colorado’s highest mountain. See her story on page 3 of the July issue.

    • July 2, 2016
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    Low-Cost Drugs

    Businesses across Florida claim to help thousands of customers place online orders from pharmacies in Canada and overseas for medicines at prices up to 70 percent off what we...

    • July 2, 2016
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    Estate Planning

    Will banks and brokers accept your power of attorney? Find out what you might need to do in this story by estate planning specialist Ron Rutz. Page 6 of...

    • July 2, 2016
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    Pioneer Trail

    The South Platte River trail from Julesburg to Greeley was one of the great pioneer trails in the West. See page 2 of the June issue.

    • May 31, 2016
  • Sherman
    Ghost Town by Laramie

      Sherman was founded in 1868 on the highest point of the transcontinental railroad. See page 6 of the June Voice.

    • May 31, 2016