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They may be small, but tiny homes are a huge thing right now. And Colorado School of Mines is making one that's even more futuristic. “We're putting a science-y twist on a pop culture thing,” said Katie Schneider, a junior at Mines … more
It’s so much fun to watch all the kids — red-faced from running so hard, but with big smiles on their faces — as they cross the finish line at the Golden Gallop, according to Golden resident Chad Hume. “Seeing the determination on their … more
Meaningful milestones The first thing I wanted to be as a child was a geologist. I’ve always had an interest in gems and minerals. I got my masters in economic geology from the Colorado School of Mines in 1990. When I was at Mines, there … more
Local bike shops will be hosting the inaugural Glory Gears Colorado State Championship this November. Glory Gears is a new board game based off of Indiana University’s annual Little 500 bicycling race. The game was created by the race’s 2007 … more
Russ Haas of Golden says bicycling is his preferred mode of transportation, but he'll use public transportation when two wheels aren't a convenient option for him. “Why drive somewhere when I can pay just over a dollar to go 15 miles?” said … more
Golden’s Planning Commission decided to grant the Colorado School of Mines a special use permit to build a four-level, 650-parking space garage at 13th and Maple streets. However, Mines must comply with the planning commission’s additional … more
To Pan Chen, it’s important to help others when you can, and appreciate and embrace the help that others can provide to you. Chen is a Golden resident and dad who is one of the approximate 35 parents who shop at the Golden Backpack Program’s … more
Owning a private vehicle is not for everyone. And even for those who do own a car, sometimes it makes sense to walk or ride a bike somewhere. Other times it’s better to take the bus. “All of these modes have their purpose,” said Rick … more
The goal: To read 30 million minutes for the Jefferson County Library Foundation to donate $500 to the Foothills Animal Shelter. And Jeffco readers far exceeded expectations. The goal was met on July 25, but everybody kept on reading, reaching … more
Three years ago, a young couple came up to watercolor artist Janet Nunn’s booth at the Golden Fine Arts Festival and announced: “It’s our one-year anniversary.” “And now, it’s become a tradition for them,” Nunn said. “They come … more
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