A screengrab of the cover image of the Historic Denver News newspaper. The paper features the name and then a large black and white historic image of protestors carrying signs that say "Totalism Not Tokenism" and "Racial + Ethnic Balance in Grade Schools" as they march in front of the former Denver Pubic Schools administration building in January 1969. A headline underneath reads "50 Years After Keyes, a Once-Segregated Denver School Fights to Stay Integrated"

Historic Denver News – Winter 2023

January 2023
The Winter 2023 edition of the Historic Denver News included a cover story about integration in Denver schools written by guest contributor Melanie Asmar of Chalkbeat, lesser known stories of Titanic survivors, and a deeper dive into the work of architect Richard Crowther, a pioneer in sustainable construction. Crowther's climate-friendly one-of-a-kind house was issued a Certificate of Demolition on December 12, 2022. Historic Denver works everyday to promote and protect Denver’s historic places and spaces to ensure a diverse, dynamic, and distinctive city — and that everyone should see themselves in the story of their city through its places.

A screengrab of the cover image of the Historic Denver News newspaper. The paper features the name and then a large black and white image of the former headquarters of the American Woodmen Insurance Company. A headline underneath reads "A Lifetime of Legacy for 2022 Award Winners"

Historic Denver News – Fall 2022

October 2022
The Fall 2022 edition of the Historic Denver News covered the legacy of the incredible award winners of the 52nd Annual Dinner & Awards Program, a guest article on Denver author Mary Coyle Chase by an intern at the Molly Brown House representing the Diversity in the Arts Internship, and a church in the Sunnyside neighborhood that was a first home for both Quakers and Ukrainian Catholics in Colorado. Historic Denver works everyday to promote and protect Denver’s historic places and spaces to ensure a diverse, dynamic, and distinctive city — and that everyone should see themselves in the story of their city through its places.

A screengrab of the cover image of the Historic Denver News newspaper. The paper features the name and then a large black and white image of the former Elyria School. A headline underneath reads "Exploring Preservation Action in Old Elyria"

Historic Denver News – Summer 2022

July 2022
The Summer 2022 edition of the Historic Denver News covered a community-led preservation effort in the Elyria neighborhood, a grant award for Black-owned gathering space and restaurant Welton Street Cafe, and a notice that Colorado's Chicano/a/x murals were added to the National Trust for Historic Preservation's 2022 list of the 11 Most Endangered Places in the country. Historic Denver works everyday to promote and protect Denver’s historic places and spaces to ensure a diverse, dynamic, and distinctive city — and that everyone should see themselves in the story of their city through its places.