A Voice of Colorado Version 2018 No. 1450

On December 1, 1867 the Bader, CO. school was certified. It was located near Haystack Mountain, in Boulder County.

The 1887 structure remains on the southeast corner of 41st and Oxford Road in Boulder County, CO. It is part of a private residence.


A Voice of Colorado Version 2018 No. 1449

November 7, 2018 begins a new chapter in the history of the State of Colorado. It saw the election of a new governor and the end of the news media in Colorado, which brought about its own demise through willful betrayal, deceit, bias, prejudice, and censorship.

In the aftermath of the 2018 election cycle it has become apparent that much of the news media in the State of Colorado is not to be trusted, believed, or respected because of their lack of morals and ethics, and willingness to be corrupted to pursue the advancement of a partisan political agenda. The truth of this statement is evident in the growing number of readers and followers of this blog, and the growing number of e-mails received regarding the news media.

A growing number of Coloradans have made it known that because they will have to pay more in taxes they will be cancelling subscriptions to and advertising in newspapers in Colorado, hastening the demise of many publications. A growing number of readers and followers, in the form of e-mails, have made it known they are increasingly reliant on this resource.


George Brauchler could have been Governor of the State of Colorado but he chose to play politics instead, changing the position he was running for in mid-campaign. Voters decided his lack of commitment should not be rewarded with elected office.


If you do not like how an elected official performs their job recall or impeach them.


November is Native American Heritage Month. Please acknowledge the contributions made by Native Americans.


The apparent demise of a political blog in northern Colorado should not be considered a problem, but an opportunity. Create and maintain another blog to replace it.


The decision by the Loveland City Council to deny voters a say in the broadband issue, which would be owned by the city, has been met with a large number of responses suggesting that the entire council should be recalled.

A Voice of Colorado Version 2018 No. 1444

On October 9, 1873 Altona District No. 22 was established to provide a location for formal education of students in Altona, CO.

Seven years later a schoolhouse was built for the purpose. It was a six hundred square foot, one-room, one story structure. It is located on the north side of Left Hand Canyon Drive, approximately three-quarters of a mile west of the North Foothills Highway.

The school became the home of Hilde Heil, and her husband, Wayne Hillman.