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What the law says about sexually violent predators

As mandated by law, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office notified local residents about a sexually violent predator working in the community at a June 12 public meeting. The purpose of a community … more

Transportation, mobility some of Golden’s ‘biggest challenges’

Whether it’s frustration about a street in town overcrowded with traffic or a concern for safety at an intersection where accidents happen frequently, people in Golden care about mobility and … more

Golden City Council adopts Phase I of municipal code changes

In the midst of a four-month moratorium on large residential developments in Golden, city council voted unanimously June 13 to pass Phase I of changes to the Golden Municipal Code. Phase I includes … more

One proposal for Astor House’s future moves forward

A proposal for a juice-and-snack bar, a community area, a micro hotel or modern hostel and an outdoor space is the Golden City Council’s favored plan for the rejuvenation of the historic Astor … more

Baby goats to provide one-of-a-kind experience for yoga class

There’s something about being around silly baby goats that brings a smile to people’s faces. “It makes people happy,” said Lili Shelton, the wellness and fitness director at Mount Vernon … more

Pizza and beer spotlighted at Golden History Museum

Golden History Museum’s curator Mark Dodge finds food history a really fun topic to explore. And to provide the public with an exploration of the topic locally, the Golden History Museum, 923 10th … more

Golden Rotary to benefit from annual Gala and Golf Classic

Golden Rotarians believe in supporting youth so they can be successful and take on leadership roles. “And learn to give back to their community,” said Linda Diederichsen, president of the Rotary … more

Swift water is safety focus as Colorado snowpack melts

Rachel Kohler loves rivers. “Playing in rivers can be a ton of fun,” she said, “as long as you’re doing it with full knowledge of the risks — and you have a safety plan in place.” For her … more

Golden girls softball league grows to about 100 players this year

For 13-year-old Casey Hume, it doesn’t get much better than playing softball with her friends on a warm summer night under the lights at Lions Park. “It’s just a cool experience,” she said. … more

Treasure hunting for great reads

All the smiles are wonderful. Whether it be an adult who found a book that completes a his or her collection by a certain author, or a little kid who can’t wait to take home their bag full books … more

Mines students connect science with social studies for seventh-grade project

A group of seventh graders learned something last school year that they found quite interesting: the difference between fusion and fission in an atom bomb. “It’s interesting how you can either … more

Three guards injured in latest incident at Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center

The latest in a series of incidents at the Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center ended in three guards being transported to the hospital on May 28. One of the guards suffered a concussion and the … more

‘It’s bound to be a fantastic season in Golden’

Golden loves its farmers market. “The vendors love selling there. The community loves shopping there,” said Kelly Miller, owner of Real Farmers Markets and the new manager of the Golden Farmers … more

Demons lacrosse is like playing on a team of family — literally

Players on the Golden High School Demons’ boys lacrosse team say that being on that team was like being part of a family. And for four of the players, that lacrosse family was literal. Here is a … more

Golden High's Class of 2019 celebrates commencement

It was a long road to graduation, but it was travelled quickly, said Benjamin Berube in his senior address. “This may be the last time we sit together,” he said. But “high school is just the … more

Windy Saddle hosts its last Golden Beer Talks

Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza was 7 when she saw the movie “Jaws.” “Things changed for me in a weird way,” she said. “I was terrified (of sharks). And the only way I knew how to get over my fear … more

Jeffco to make budget cuts in 2020

To keep a healthy balance and appropriate reserve fund, Jefferson County is looking at trimming its budget by about $16.1 million in the upcoming year. This equals roughly a seven percent budget … more

Barrels & Bottles hosts sixth Brian Q Pale Boy Ale tap release party

Throwing a fun party to raise money for a good cause, then matching all the donations that were made from the party... “It's such a Heini Foss thing to do,” said Sarah Labosky, granddaughter of … more

Golden United hosts experts, locals to provide education at community event

Development in Golden is not the same as it was 100 years ago or 50 years ago. A new character is created with each evolution of time, said Peter Park, the former director of planning for Denver and … more

Last component of remodeled Buffalo Rose to open Memorial Day weekend

The Buffalo Rose has traditionally been known for a lot of things, but great food wasn’t one of them, said Chris Cone, owner of the Buffalo Rose. “And now, we have the opportunity to stamp the … more
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