TOWAOC • Some say the first people of the canyons never left. Not really.
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District 49’s Board of Education on Thursday voted to approve a measure with potential to change the way history and current events are taught…
To ask Barr Trail’s most devoted travelers about the trip up Pikes Peak is to ask them to summon dreams.
Pikes Peak’s most extraordinary trail was born 100 years ago. To thank for it is “in many respects an ordinary man.”
Colorado Springs stood out as an island of opposition to the Ku Klux Klan during the 1920s, a period when the organization rose to power in Colorado.
Once again this summer, rain has been hard to come by in Alamosa. But farming prevails. It is the lifeblood of the town that rose from a once-bustling railroad and today is often passed by travelers en route to more flashy destinations on the Western Slope.
Churches and faith communities have played a pivotal role in shaping Colorado Springs, from its formative roots in the mid-1800s into the 21st century.
Colorado Springs historian Eric Swab had previously dabbled in researching the Pikes Peak Highway. He's not one for dabbling as much as he is …
The arts have been important throughout Colorado Springs' 150 years.
Bijou Street. Mark Dabling Boulevard. Cache La Poudre Street. A trove of stories about Colorado Springs history, geography and culture were written into the names of the city's streets.