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Gearing up for ski season

Bentgate Mountaineering hosted its 10th annual Ski Season Kick-off Party on Oct. 3 at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden. Attractions included a Ski Expo with ski and snowboard industry … more

Colorado School of Mines students and their Moroccan teammates win the Solar Decathlon AFRICA

In the midst of the 18-hour days spent building a house under the hot African sun, Colorado School of Mines students got to partake in a special Moroccan tradition. Twice a day, once in the late … more

Golden City Council candidates talk community issues

Candidates for Golden City Council were put in the hot seat during two separate forums so the community can make informed decisions come Nov. 5. One of the forums was hosted by Golden United and it … more

Affordable housing is a community value

Golden values having a diverse community. One way it accomplishes this is by striving to ensure there is a range of housing options available to all who want to live in Golden. “All cities … more

No more playing 'the parking game'

Hunter Klein is looking forward to the day that he doesn't have to play what he calls “the parking game” when he visits Jefferson County Open Space parks. Klein of Golden enjoys climbing and … more

MolsonCoors hosts annual Clear Creek cleanup

From a cell phone to an 8-track — not to mention lots of flip flops, sunglasses and athletic balls — those who worked on the efforts of cleaning up Clear Creek on Sept. 26 found a lot of random … more

‘We can all be eco-warriors’

The latest estimate for the lifespan of the Republic Services Foothills Landfill — located just north of Golden on Highway 93 — is about 15 to 20 years. “It is in our best interest to divert as … more

Many projects on the horizon for Colorado School of Mines

About 25 people attended a community meeting on the Colorado School of Mines campus on Sept. 18 to learn about the university’s future construction projects and to receive an update on the progress … more

Golden seeking ideas from the community for its newest park

Picnic tables, fitness equipment, public art, tetherball. The possibilities are nearly endless for Golden's new park. “We have a blank slate,” said Rod Tarullo, the city's director of parks, … more

500+ people seek to clean up trash in Clear Creek Canyon

Allan Reid, who has lived in Jefferson County for about 50 years, identifies with the saying that goes like this: If not me, who? And if not now, when? “I’m retired,” said the 74-year-old … more

A place for cooling down in class

Sometimes we all need to step away and take a moment for a breather to calm our emotions and refocus. This is the idea behind a Cool Down Corner. “The idea resonates with people,” said Golden … more

NREL gets its first autonomous shuttle

From wireless charging for electric vehicles to vehicles that run on hydrogen fuel, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden has been doing research on transportation for a long … more

Jeffco Sheriff and partner organizations solve 38-year-old cold case

Thanks to advancements in technology in genealogical DNA matching, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has solved a cold case that was nearly four decades old. At a press conference on Sept. 10, … more

Dance students are feeling the beat in Wheat Ridge

It’s not uncommon for 10-year-old Amy Watson of Broomfield to get goofy and dance around the house. Watson, who is autistic and deaf, has been dancing nearly every week for the past three years at … more

Archery on target for growing popularity

Archery is challenging, but can also be a way to relax. It’s a social sport, as well as a way for an individual to strive to achieve a personal best. “It gets in your blood,” said Jim Murrow of … more

Golden features bike lanes, cycling safety programming

People in Golden love to ride their bicycles. And it’s not uncommon for people from elsewhere to come to Golden to enjoy a bike ride. Not to mention mountain bike trails, the city’s 15 miles of … more

Gov. Polis, Sen. Danielson, Rep. Duran talk with local women business leaders

Meagan Moodie, co-chair of the public policy committee for the Colorado Women's Bar Association, believes a woman should not have to choose between being an awesome mom to be an awesome business … more

A parade for the four-legged friends

Guido the Magnificent is going to put his best paw forward as he leads the rest of his four-legged friends and their humans in this year’s pet parade. “He loves attention,” said Bonnie … more

Jefferson County Public Health tackles drug overdose crisis

Ninety-eight candles flickered and 98 seconds of silence were observed for the 98 lives lost from drug overdose in Jefferson County in 2017. A death from a drug overdose is “something that’s 100% … more

Colorado Railroad Museum welcomes back Thomas the Tank Engine

Thomas the Tank Engine is making his annual trip to Golden this September. Families tend to love this event because it offers something for everyone, across the generations, said Danielle Riebau, the … more
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