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School of Mines construction well underway

Colorado School of Mines hosted a public meeting on April 18 to provide the community with an update on its construction projects and progress of reaching some sustainability goals. Mines continues … more

A night to just chill — class for parents of tweens and teens

Anxiety, depression, bullying. “There’s all kinds of things that can drive kids nuts,” said Tom Hughes, chair of the Rotary Club of Golden’s mental wellness workgroup. “We want to provide … more

Arvada supporting tollway to the tune of $2 million

The proposed Jefferson Parkway is proceeding towards becoming a reality, and one Jeffco municipality just provided significant funding to help it along. At an April 1 Arvada City Council meeting, a … more

City moves forward with purchase of building in Goosetown

In many ways, it’s like buying a house, said Steve Glueck, Golden’s community and economic development director, but much more complicated. On April 11, Golden City Council unanimously approved … more

Providing the Jurassic experience

There’s something mystical about dinosaurs. It could be the sheer size of them, said Jeff Lamontagne, executive director of Friends of Dinosaur Ridge, or because they’re no longer here and that … more

Ensuring victim’s voices are heard

“This is my Angel.” Glenda Gomez of Arvada looked down at the T-shirt she was wearing on April 4. “What’s important to me is not to remember what happened to her, but to remember her,” … more

Golden Backpack Program continues its mission of feeding hungry kids

When a child is hungry, that hunger affects much more than just that child. “It’s more than just having an empty stomach,” said Tyson Noeth, the executive director of the Golden Backpack … more

Couple’s brewing dream expands to include second location

It all started with a dream that Abby and Zach George came up with while backpacking in Europe years ago. “We’ve always been in love with beer, wine, food and being around people,” Zach George … more

‘Volunteers are the vital heart of the organization’

Changing a light bulb. Helping someone set up an email account. Shoveling snow. These and similar tasks may seem small to someone, but they can be a big deal to the recipient, said Jessica Wall, … more

For the love of Golden and Mines — and Marv Kay

No matter if it was serving as Golden’s mayor or the Orediggers’ head football coach, Marv Kay has always had a people-first mindset. He “has always embraced that,” said David Hansburg, … more

Doing good in the Golden community

Colorado School of Mines students value being a part of the Golden community. “Without the Golden community, there wouldn’t be a Colorado School of Mines to attend,” said Leo Igberaese, a … more

City may buy MillerCoors building to consoidate city offices

Although still in preliminary stages, the city is considering buying a MillerCoors building and property for $12.25 million that could house all municipal operations, as well as serve as a community … more

Strengths and concerns of Astor House proposals discussed

Golden is asking for more details about five plans for the future of the Astor House. During a March 21 study session, the Golden City Council asked the proposal authors to provide the city with … more

Golden sets 120-day moratorium on multi-unit residential development

With the exception of some minor modifications, much of the zoning in Golden’s older neighborhoods is the same today as it was 59 years ago. Back then, said Steve Glueck, Golden’s director of … more

Social etiquette fit for a queen

On the chance that she would ever get to visit with a queen, it is important to 9-year-old Elena Perrotto that she knows some formal dance moves and proper dining manners. However, these are just two … more

‘The chaos of all the different stuff you can find’

Thousands upon thousands of trinkets and knickknacks, gizmos and gadgets filled the 10,500 square-feet space of the Exhibit Hall at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Golden. “You never know what … more

Applewood's Carl F. Eiberger II dies at age 88

Education, open space and helping others. Those are three of Carl Eiberger's passions that he will be remembered for. “Carl was a great friend and an outstanding lawyer,” said U.S. Rep. Ed … more

Compass Montessori students learn to ‘eat a rainbow’

Eat a rainbow, Heather Aardema said to about 110 of Compass Montessori-Golden Campus’ first-through-sixth graders. Aardema was not talking about the Skittles advertising slogan. She was talking … more

Affordable housing project to go forward

The Jefferson County Housing Authority (JCHA) exists to address the housing needs of low-and-moderate income people and families. “We really feel this project meets our mission,” said Lori … more

Open Space considers land exchange for Heritage Square property

The news that Jefferson County Open Space is considering a proposal for a land swap from Martin Marietta Materials, concerning Heritage Square, has gotten people curious about what may become of the … more
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