(The Center Square) - Colorado Gov. Jared Polis sent a letter to the U.S. National Park Service this week in support of the agency adding a World War II Japanese internment camp in southeastern Colorado into the federal park system.
Saturday's program will delve into the events of the mid 1800s and describe some of the social, economic, and political factors that contributed to the Sand Creek Massacre.
The site of a World War II Japanese internment camp in southeastern Colorado could become a National Historic Site under legislation introduced Wednesday in Congress.
Tarra Nieman has been named the 2021 Community Volunteer Ambassador at the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site.
The Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site has added a new maintenance staff member.
The Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site facilities in Kiowa County, Colorado, are resuming normal operations as the county shifts to lower COVID-19 restrictions.
The National Park Service (NPS) has implemented the federal mask mandate for all employees and visitors of national parks and facilities on Tuesday, the agency announced.
Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site would like to welcome our newest Lead Park Ranger, Kim Wentland. Kim joined our team in September 2020. Kim was born and raised in Wisconsin and even though she has lived a lot of places, Wisconsin still has a special place in her heart and she's happy to call it her home state. Kim grew up enjoying the outdoors and being surrounded by nature.
After a Civil War statue was toppled at the Colorado state capitol last summer, it will be replaced with a new statue commemorating the Sand Creek Massacre in Kiowa County.
Northern Cheyenne Tribal member Otto Braided Hair will be making a special presentation at the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site later in November.