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The reopening rollercoaster continues

I have to tell you, this is one heck of a roller coaster ride we’re all on. One minute things are opening up again, then the next they’re shutting down again, but it’s only certain things that … more

COVID-19 and School of Mines Athletics

Although subject to change based on the COVID-19 pandemic, Colorado School of Mines athletic department is planning on a “relatively normal fall” with teams playing a conference schedule and … more

Golden’s July 4th celebration going virtual with Facebook stream

While there will be no (new) fireworks display in Golden this year, the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t managed to put a total damper on the city’s annual Fourth of July 4 fun. Instead, the celebration … more

COVID-19 didn't stop this Golden girl's 105th birthday

The COVID-19 pandemic meant there would be no birthday party for Ruby Plegge this year. But the virus didn't stop some of her family from stopping by to celebrate. “A few of us visited with our … more

A careful reopening means not a lot of gigs

Ring the bells, sound the alarm, alert the media …Things are starting to open up again around here. Oh, wait. I am the media. Never mind that part, I guess I’m alerting you. Just be happy we can … more

Miners Alley Playhouse cancels remainder of 2020 season

Although the lifting of COVID-19-related restrictions has led many Golden businesses to reopen their doors with new precautions in place, Miners Alley Playhouse will not be among them—at least not … more

Mountain mural arrives in Miners Alley

With its view of asphalt parking lots, electrical boxes, dumpsters and other elements necessary to support the liveliness and commerce of Washington Avenue, Miners Alley doesn’t exactly scream … more

Hundreds march in Golden for black lives

Near the start of the Golden Vigil and March for Black Lives on Sunday, Golden City Councilwoman JJ Trout read the recent words of a black girl who is currently growing up in a multiracial family in … more

Survey finds support for making Astor House a community event space

A new community survey shows a majority of respondents would like the Astor House to be used for a community event or meeting space. Of the 146 residents that completed the online survey, which asked … more

Fun to be had around town during this slow repoening

As we all have seen, things are starting to open up a little bit more around here. People seem to be getting used to the ideas of social distancing and using masks and other protective measures when … more

Council agrees to use fire station as collateral for Coors loans

The Golden city council has passed an ordinance allowing the city to modify its agreement with the bank that holds the loans for the Coors office building property it purchased last year so that the … more

PG Environmental, Mount Evans Hospice receive business ethics award

The Golden Rotary Club typically hands out its annual Ethics in Business awards at what the club’s president Allen Gregory describes as “a big blowout luncheon” each May, attended by 300 … more

Community story: Ernie’s Wildcat

Ernie Ramstetter was a successful rancher, running a successful a sheep and cattle operation two miles north of Golden. I knew him in the early 1950’s when he told me this story. Ernie and his … more

Applewood neighborhood honors high school grads in parade

Before the pandemic, John Schreiner had thought a good portion of his spring would be spent on a baseball field in a Wheat Ridge Farmers uniform. He had looked forward to going to prom, spending the … more

Buffalo Bill Days, Golden's Fourth of July canceled for 2020

COVID-19 has put the kibosh on one of Golden's most iconic summertime events for 2020. Buffalo Bill Days, the annual summer celebration that brings thousands to Golden, will not be held later this … more

A Q&A with Bill Fisher, Golden’s newest city councilor

Golden, meet your newest city councilor. His name is Bill Fisher, a familiar face to many as he previously served on the council from 2008 to 2014. He will once again be representing Ward 4, which … more

The Rose is open and nature can be terrifying

A couple of weeks ago I mentioned, in this column, that I was spending some of this COVID shutdown working on refinishing a drum set, since every venue bands can play at is shut down right now. Well, … more

Hell of a pandemic — COVID-19 affects School of Mines

For Colorado School of Mines freshman Paul Slayback, the week before Spring Break was an unexpected whirlwind. On Tuesday, March 9, he was sitting in class, where a professor told students classes … more

Miners Alley brings ‘Frog Prince’ to audiences’ homes

Through the month of May, Golden’s Miners Alley Playhouse has embraced the on-demand approach to connect with audiences and its community during the COVID-19 shutdown. The company launched its new … more
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