Opinion: In 1993, Colorado lost a Black pioneer in medicine. Now it has lost his Denver home
Dr. Charles Blackwood’s Gaylord Street bungalow was a marker of Denver’s history and it was worth preserving
SunLit Excerpt: “Colorado’s Highest” charts exploration and naming of state’s 14ers
Author Jeri L. Norgren unravels the history behind Colorado's 58 highest peaks, with the help of photographer John Fielder and painter Robert L. Wogrin
Opinion: Summit County’s search and rescue teams are proof there’s still gold in them hills
Today a different kind of danger lurks above Breckenridge, but the mining-era culture of volunteer aid endures
Colorado Springs’ America the Beautiful Park was once home to dozens of families. Here’s their story.
The park stands on what used to be the Conejos neighborhood in downtown Colorado Springs, a vibrant and diverse working-class community
Fifty years ago, a deadly school bus crash shook Gunnison. Some survivors needed decades to heal.
The tragedy on the way to a game in Salida killed eight high school football players and a coach. But many grieving locals couldn't talk about it for years.
Ku Klux Klan membership records made public in Denver
History Colorado has digitized 1,300 pages of original Ku Klux Klan membership records from 1924 through 1926.
“The Bad Old Days of Colorado” explores the dark underbelly of the unruly early settlers
The author takes an unsparing look at the dark characters who ventured west, with sordid tales of cannibalism and behavior frequently fueled by whiskey, including the aptly named Coffin Varnish
SunLit interview: Raised on Colorado history, Randi Samuelson-Brown gravitated to its notorious elements
Family travels throughout the West piqued her interest. When she started tracking down the stories, one of her biggest challenges was unraveling accepted accounts.
Beautiful, self-confident and hot tempered, “Queen” Ann Bassett stood up to Colorado’s powerful ranchers
Author Diana Allen Kouris sifts through Bassett's legend to find the facts behind one of the West's most intriguing characters during the 19th-century cattle wars
A journey to chronicle the life of the first black female graduate from CU became a wider historical mission
The fascinating life of Lucile Berkeley Buchanan Jones opened the door to examine the emergence of the African-American middle class from its roots in slavery
“A pioneer buried without a headstone.” Those words launched a Colorado author on a historical journey
Polly E. Bugros McLean retraced the steps of an amazing woman who witnessed a multitude of historical events en route to writing "Remembering Lucile"