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Crystal apples for two teachers at Kyffin

Two Kyffin Elementary School teachers are this year’s recipients of the Golden Schools Foundation’s Teacher Recognition Award. They are Jennie Clarke, a kindergarten teacher, and Andrea Radcliffe … more

Calvary gets approval for plaza and parking deck

Calvary Episcopal Church considers itself an anchor in the Golden community. And as its celebrating its 150th year of existence, the church is looking towards its future. The church is planning to … more

Golden honors its 2018 Living Landmarks

Each year, the Golden Landmarks Association recognizes individuals and organizations with a long history of commitment to Golden. This year, the 2018 Living Landmarks will be honored at a dinner and … more

Feeding all of Golden’s critters

The Golden Mill served as a gathering place for animal lovers, farmers and ranchers from miles around. It used to have a large bulletin board where people could advertise hay for sale, a pasture for … more

My Name Is: Gretchen Carter

Looping with students for four years of high school I’m the ninth-grade assistant principal activities director at Golden High School. I’ve been at Golden High School for eight years. A large … more

Wildland firefighters thank MillerCoors for support

Doug Dunbar was a saxophonist. He was an honor student at Southern Oregon College. He was athletic — he especially enjoyed skiing and baseball. His favorite team was the Colorado Rockies. Dunbar … more

Amy Ferrell

Generosity Having the freedom to be generous is something I always longed for, so now that I am able, I enjoy doing random acts of kindness in the community, such as paying for somebody’s … more

Passing on the importance of Arbor Day to the next generation

Some students part of Bell Middle School’s Interact Club may already be on their way to becoming future arborists. “It’s awesome to see young people this enthusiastic about planting trees,” … more

Celebrating Arbor Day

What does it mean to be a Tree City USA? The Arbor Day Foundation's Tree City USA program began in 1976. Since then, more than 3,400 communities across the U.S. have become a Tree City. In Colorado, … more

Mines places second in Clean River Design Challenge

Perhaps in another five years or so, current engineering students may see the designs of one of their academic projects working to clean up trash in Colorado's waterways. And, theoretically, it could … more

Plans to move Free Horizon Montessori into former Pleasant View

One shuttered Golden-area school might become the new home of an area charter school. Jeffco Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jason Glass announced recently that the school district intends to go … more

Golden Bike Shops helps bring down bike thief

The Golden Bike Shop is extraordinarily happy to have played the small role they did for bringing a criminal down. “We didn't do much,” said Clay Donovan, an operations manager at the bike shop … more

Women engineering into the future

Wendy Weiman’s high school counselors suggested social work as a good career for her. But even as a child, Weiman knew she wanted to become an engineer. And as she got older, her curiosity for how … more

Another successful scramble for Easter eggs

About 9,000 plastic Easter eggs were put out for Golden kids to scramble for at the annual Easter egg hunt at Parfet Park, which took place this year on March 31. The event, estimated by organizers … more

Candle-making business becomes a family affair

Before they even enroll in college, the Molnar teens will know the ins-and-outs of running a business. The Molnars opened Mountain Lux Candles, a make-your-own candle shop, in downtown Golden on Nov. … more

Evening rally against gun violence draws Jeffco students

Golden High School senior Emmy Adams and her friend Kaylee Coffman helped organize a district-wide rally for the Jefferson County Public Schools community, held the evening of March 14, as a … more

Jeffco students participate in national walkout protest

Students across Jefferson County headed out of their classrooms at 10 a.m. on March 14, as part of a national protest against gun violence in schools. Students participated in the protest in at … more

Golden’s growing pains with university

It’s something almost every Golden resident is familiar with — attending meetings to learn about the Colorado School Mines’ newest plans for growth. The question is: what happens next, said one … more

Take caution in construction zones

Bumper-to-bumper and stop-and-go traffic. Merging into a single lane of highway. Traveling 20 mph below the speed limit during rush hour. Work zones can be frustrating, said Stacia Sellers, a … more

Conversations continue on Jefferson Parkway

Plans to build the Jefferson Parkway are inching along, but there’s still a few hurdles to get over before the project can make major progress of moving forward. “There’s positive movement of … more
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