Colorado Historic Preservation Champions HonoredSome champions of historic preservation were honored Thursday night at the Seawell Ballroom in Denver.
Colorado's Historic Sites The Focus Of Saving Places ConferenceColorado is a state bursting with history but much of it is fading and eroding away. That's where Colorado Preservation Inc. comes into the picture.
Theater Curators Visiting Colorado Towns This WeekCurators who travel the country studying and preserving early American theater artifacts are in Colorado.
Colorado Preservation Inc. Hosting A 'Saving Places' ConferenceColorado is full of history but much of it is crumbling away. That's why Colorado Preservation Inc. is working to save sites around the state by every year declaring the state's most endangered places to bring awareness to the problem.
Capitol Dome Repairs Could Be Made With Just $2 From Every ColoradanDonations are falling short to make repairs to the state Capitol, despite attempts to raise millions of dollars needed to bring the dome and building back to its original glory.
Volunteers Restoring Central City HomeVolunteers are doing restoration work on a historic house in the former Colorado mining town of Central City.
Watch CBS4 Program 'Colorado's Most Endangered Places'Each year, a list of Colorado's Most Endangered Places brings attention to sites in the state with historic significance that are in danger of being lost.
Pioneer Cemetery Has Roots Buried In Arvada CommunityAn early pioneer cemetery in Arvada blends in with its surroundings in a neighborhood where the living seem to have forgotten the dead.
Salida Residents Optimistic About Saving 'Unique Theater'While so much Colorado history is being preserved, some of it is in danger of being lost. The Unique Theater in Salida is one of those places.
McElmo Flume Hailed For Bringing Water To CortezOn this year's list of Colorado's most endangered places is an important part of the history of the city of Cortez -- one of the remaining structures that brought a vital resource to the valley -- water.
Worshipers Still Flock To Handy ChapelEach year, a list of Colorado's Most Endangered Places brings attention to those sites with historic significance that are in danger of being lost. This year’s list includes Grand Junction's first black church. Worshipers are still heading to the Handy Chapel for services today.
6 Sites Added To Colorado's Most Endangered ListSix new sites are now on Colorado's Most Endangered list. Colorado Preservation Incorporated made the announcement during its annual Saving Places conference in Denver this week.