Colorado Capitol's Civil War Statue That Was Knocked Down By Protesters To Be Replaced With Native American SculptureA bronze statue that was knocked over in Denver earlier this year during the racial injustice protests at the Colorado State Capitol will be replaced.
Relocation Of Civil War Statue To History Colorado Center Aims To Expand EducationA statue which was toppled over in Denver is now on display inside the History Colorado Center.
Toppled Statue Outside Colorado Capitol Now On Display Inside History Colorado CenterA statue people knocked over during the racial injustice protests at the Colorado State Capitol has a new home.
Civil War Statue In Front Of Colorado State Capitol Pulled DownPolice in Denver are investigating after a Civil War statue in front of the Colorado State Capitol was toppled overnight.
Board Discusses Campaign To Change Name Of Mount EvansThe campaign to change Colorado’s fifth highest peak, Mount Evans, is being discussed by the U.S. Board of Geographic Names.
Campaign To Change Name Of Mount Evans Due To Sand Creek Massacre LinkThere is a campaign to change the name of one of Colorado's most iconic 14ers: Mt. Evans.
Mount Evans Name Change ProposedThe proposed name change mirrors other action taken by Colorado municipalities to remove honors previously bestowed to those involved in the Sand Creek Massacre.
Annual Run Honors Victims Of Sand Creek MassacreNearly 200 people were killed, including women, children and the elderly.
New Attention Brought To Confederate Monuments In ColoradoThough Colorado was not a state at the time of the Civil War, monuments to Union and Confederate soldiers can be found across the state.
Which National Parks Are Free In Colorado This WeekendThe National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday with a gift to you.
Tribes Honor 2 Who Refused To Take Part In Sand Creek MassacreOne by one, the runners walked by the simple marble gravestone of one of two U.S. Army officers who refused to fire on their ancestors in one of the worst atrocities in the settlement of the West.
Tribes Mark 150th Anniversary Of Colorado MassacreMembers of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes marked the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre on Saturday.
Methodists' Sand Creek Pilgrimage Sparks Sorrow, HealingOne hundred and fifty years after volunteer U.S. soldiers slaughtered hundreds of Native Americans in a dawn raid in the southeastern Colorado territory, members of the Methodist Church are reflecting on that dark stain in the church's past.
Colorado History Museum Closes Sand Creek DisplayColorado's new state history museum has closed an exhibit on the Sand Creek Indian massacre after descendants of the slaughter's survivors demanded changes in how it is portrayed and said they weren't consulted about the display.
County Leaders Hope Endangered Fort Lyon Could Help VeteransAmong the Colorado historical sites making the list of Colorado's most endangered places is a place seeped in tragedy and pop culture, Fort Lyon.