Latest Posts:

  • DevilBottle
    The Devil Is in That Bottle

    It was the last “dry” town in Colorado. See this story of an unusual pioneer town, page 2 of the July issue.

    • July 4, 2015
  • PriceyDrugs
    High Drug Costs

    Specialty drugs to treat cancer and some other life-threatening diseases are so expensive many patients cannot afford them—$1,000 or more per pill. Page 6 of the July issue.

    • July 4, 2015
  • MountainJim
    Rocky Mountain Jim

      The gunshot should have killed him immediately but didn’t. Years later, Isabella claimed his ghost appeared before her. See page 7 of the July issue.

    • July 3, 2015
  • DigitalDoc
    The New Doctoring

    How good—and safe—is the new digital medicine where doctors and hospitals rely heavily on computerized systems for diagnosis and treatment of patients? Page 11 in the July issue.

    • July 3, 2015
  • Anna Dickinson, the first woman to climb Colorado's highest
mountain. Library of Congress.
    Colorado Climbers

      These are the first men and women to climb Colorado’s highest mountains. Some risked their lives. See page 2 in the June issue.

    • June 2, 2015
  • pioneerwoman2
    A Frontier Woman

      She lived with only a memory of her  daughter whose life had been cut short by a hard, unyielding frontier. Page 4 of the June issue.

    • June 2, 2015
  • mammogram
    Breast Cancer Tests Helpful?

    Do new breast cancer laws cause women unnecessary anxiety, or do they save lives? Read about this controversy on page 10 of the June issue.

    • June 1, 2015
  • badchems
    Risky Chemicals

    “When you sit on your couch, you want to relax, not get exposed to chemicals that may cause cancer,” said researcher Robin Dodson. See what researchers say about chemicals...

    • June 1, 2015
  • Scenic1
    Fine Scenic Drive

    Snowy Range Road is one of the most scenic drives in the Rockies, providing great views of mountains in both Colorado and Wyoming from its 10,800-foot summit. See page...

    • May 4, 2015
  • InsurError
    Insurance Errors

    Thousands of families may have received a lower health insurance subsidy than they deserved because of a calculation error by the federal government. Page 8 of the May issue.

    • May 4, 2015