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  • 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
  • Medicare Change

      Many mature Americans with Obamacare will miss a chance to enroll in Medicare Part B without paying a penalty. See page 4 of the October issue.

    • October 2, 2017
  • Information About Hospice

    The biggest misunderstanding about hospice is that it’s brink-of-death care. Find out how hospice actually works. Page 6 of the October issue.

    • October 2, 2017
  • Mammoths Here

    Stone age people hunted mammoths in northern Colorado 11,000 years ago. See page 2 in the September issue  

    • September 2, 2017
  • Lindbergh in Colorado

      Famous aviator Charles Lindbergh was associated with an unusual story in northern Colorado. Page 7 of the September Voice.

    • September 2, 2017
  • Healthcare Hype

    A lot of patients spend their families into bankruptcy getting hyped therapy that is worthless. Page 9, September issue.

    • September 1, 2017
  • An Important Hosital Issue

    How can you find out if a hospital makes a lot of mistakes and provides substandard care? You can’t. Page 14, September Voice.

    • September 1, 2017
  • A Wild West Story

      After the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1806, John Colter was captured by Indians and forced to run for his life, naked and barefoot. See Page 2 of...

    • August 1, 2017
  • Lily and the Cowboys

      Lily Langtry was considered the most beautiful woman in the world when she performed at Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1885 and caused a scandal. Page 8 of the August...

    • August 1, 2017