- As U.S. officials look into the history of boarding schools for Native American children, Colorado has started a task force to investigation the Teller Institute in Grand Junction.
- GOP Rep. Doug Lamborn denies allegations leveled against him in a lawsuit by a former staffer, who says Lamborn put his staff at risk of catching COVID-19. And he is now asking that the case be heard in Colorado, not Washington D.C.
- On July 31, 1871, the city of Colorado Springs was officially born. The city is celebrating its sesquicentennial with a "Parade Through Time" and a festival, both taking place downtown. We'll be updating this page daily leading up to July 31, with conversations, stories and photos as we look back on our city.
- Peak Past is a weekly segment written and voiced by Matt Cavanaugh Ph.D, a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army and Senior Fellow at the Modern War Institute at West Point. Cavanaugh is a resident of Manitou Springs where he lives with his wife and two young children.
- Camp Amache, a former Japanese American internment camp located in southeastern Colorado, would become part of the National Park System.
- Denver Heath, UCHealth and Kaiser Permanente are the latest large employers to require mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees and physicians.
- A new CDC recommendation to wear masks while inside public spaces applies to 55 of Colorado’s 64 counties, where there is high or substantial community transmission of COVID-19.
- Colorado will have to release water from the Blue Mesa Reservoir because of a 2019 multi-state drought contingency plan.
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