On a July day 150 years ago, the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers made their final stand in northeastern Colorado at the Battle of Summit Springs. Who were the Dog Soldiers? And did Buffalo Bill play a role in the battle?
San Luis Valley's Gateway to the Great Sand Dunes.
Nine days of arrows, bullets and horse meat.
How the Lark Bunting went from underdog to state bird.
Pioneering CSI work solved deadly Lamar bank robbery.
Isabella Bird and Mountain Jim conquer Longs Peak
The Steve Canyon statue perplexes visitors to Idaho Springs.
A scenic journey in the shadow of the Spanish Peaks traces the footsteps of outlaws and conquistadors.
The foothills of southern Colorado became a war zone a century ago when months of simmering conflict reached a boiling point.
Like most people enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Tim McKernan was celebrated for his achievements in NFL stadiums. Unlike most, he never wore shoulder pads or a football helmet. In fact, he didn’t really wear much of anything except a cowboy hat and cowboy boots – and a barrel, emblazoned with the logo of his beloved Denver Broncos.
Dalton Trumbo was a prolific writer, doing much of his work while sitting in his bathtub. An accomplished novelist, his first book, Eclipse, was based on his hometown of Grand Junction, where the Mesa County Public Library still has a first edition.
Everybody knows that Santa Claus’ workshop is at the North Pole, but where’s Santa University? In Arvada, it turns out. The Noerr Programs, the Colorado company that provides Santas to 225 shopping centers in 38 states, hosts Santa University annually at its Arvada headquarters.