The vision of Mount Blue Sky is left incomplete without renaming the 74,000 acres of surrounding Mount Evans Wilderness.
The move comes a month after a federal naming board voted to rename Mount Evans to Mount Blue Sky
Relatives of Japanese Americans incarcerated at Amache are finding common threads with descendants of the nearby Sand Creek Massacre.
A request by a tribal government to have a “consultation” delays the vote to change the controversial name of 14,000-foot peak west of Denver.
The request is the second-to-last step in the renaming process to remove former Gov. John Evans, who was forced to resign for his role in the Sand Creek Massacre
After missteps that shut down an earlier exhibit, the museum painstakingly rebuilt trust. The new display rests on native voices.
History Colorado’s opening of a new exhibit on the Sand Creek Massacre helped descendants deal with a disconnect that for many tribal members reflects difficult family history.
Now that Mount Evans likely will be renamed, it’s time for Colorado to turn toward the next one: Byers Peak
The makeup of the state’s geographic naming board could change even more in December because 6 of 15 members’ terms have expired
Descendants of John Evans speak up on behalf of former governor while acknowledging his role in Sand Creek Massacre