Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose dropped out of school at age 16 and withstood anti-Semitism to achieve a remarkable military career.
Local and state law enforcement officials said DNA evidence ties Alexander Christopher Ewing to the slayings.
Patty Limerick was the State Historian during a turbulent few years for History Colorado, marked by budget cuts and a high staff turnover.
Solitary lookout towers in the western United States still hold an important place in wildland firefighting.
Not all state symbols are as obvious as the bighorn sheep and columbine flower.
The long-term, global political conflict shaped Coloradans in different ways than more traditional wars did.
Ryan Warner interviewed Childs live on stage at the Avalon Theatre in Grand Junction.
The remains found in Chaffee County years ago belonged to a suspicious death, but not a contemporary one.
History museums nationwide have been forced to reinvent themselves. But controversial leadership and mass employee exits make History Colorado's case all the more difficult.
Chinese workers were ran out of town in 1902. Silverton School students created a museum exhibit, play and garden in their memory.