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Holiday Art Market offers unique items, connection to local artists

From the wood he collects to the product it becomes, everything that Dave Hawley makes has a story. Aspen trees are transformed into little wooden bowls and birch and pine trees become miniature, 3D … more

Better late than never-Optimist tree sale underway in Golden

Across America, Black Friday means with shopping for Christmas gifts. But in Golden, it is also synonymous with the start of shopping of a different sort: the Golden Optimist Club's annual Christmas … more

The smell of the season at Benchmark

There are quite a few different approaches to take when it comes to Christmas plays, and Lakewood’s Benchmark Theatre decided to embrace the warmth and humor of the season with its regional … more

JSO is back at the Green Room

Two words immediately came to mind when I was researching the details for this column about the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra. “ We’re back!” Usually you say that about a musical group that has … more

Project STAR and Need for Clean benefits homeless Golden High Schoolers

Underprivileged teens often get overlooked. “The teens kind of get lost in the shuffle,” said Jo Schantz of Golden. “That really struck our heart strings.” Thus, Project STAR came to be, … more

Golden offers holiday fun

Golden is a wonderful place to celebrate the holidays and the community offers many fun events to get you in the spirit of the season. From shopping to events with Santa, here is a highlight of some … more

Astor House discussion still on hold

Golden City Council discussed the future of the Astor House on Nov. 14, but decided to put the conversation about next steps on hold once again. “This is just going to take some time,” said … more

Holidaily pays homage to Colorado history

In the 1890s when the Colorado State Capitol Building was built in downtown Denver, the then-legislature mandated that all the materials come from Colorado, said Ken Balleweg, a geological engineer. … more

Golden council talks tobacco and Coors building

Golden City Council discussed two major community issues on Nov. 7. The issues concern 311 10th St., which is a property located in Goosetown that the city recently purchased from MillerCoors, and … more

No. 2 Golden heading to 4A boys soccer state semifinals

ARVADA — It will go down in Golden High School history as the most significant direct free kick by the Demons’ boys soccer program. “I’m emotional right now. I think everyone is,” Golden … more

Gift giving from the HART

In the last 150 years or so things have been changing at an increasingly faster pace. I was thinking about all the things my grandmother witnessed while she was alive and it’s almost unfathomable. … more

New city councilmembers looking forward to solving challenges, collaborating

Beginning in 2020, Laura Weinberg is looking forward to using the gavel at Golden City Council meetings. But she is also looking forward to tackling some of the community’s issues. A few of these … more

Veterans honored in Golden

About 250 people attended a Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov. 8 at the Coors brewery in Golden. The event’s speakers were the U.S. Army’s 1st Sgt. Myrl Johnson who works as the director of operations … more

RTD community meetings planned in Lakewood and Golden

The public is invited to join Regional Transportation District (RTD) Board Director Natalie Menten in a discussion about ridership performance, subsidy levels, alternatives to high-subsidy routes, … more

A ‘most wonderful time of the year’

The 21st Century is a busy age. But the holidays are the time of year to slow down a little and celebrate family and community. The Golden Chamber of Commerce’s Breakfast with Santa will offer just … more

Laura Weinberg named next Golden mayor

The 10 p.m. voting results update revealed the Golden mayoral race in the Nov. 5 election is still close. With just more than 51% of the votes, Laura Weinberg has a slight lead over Don Cameron … more

Get crafty, and start holiday shopping right after Halloween

I frequently mention that holiday shopping experiences are starting earlier every year and the one that seems to want to be extended the most is Christmas. First there was just Christmas Day, then … more

‘Moms’ group forms to help keep tobacco away from youth

When Kristie Brice’s two sons became licensed drivers, she and a group of fellow parents decided that if any of them saw their children making bad decisions when behind the wheel or disobeying the … more

‘Networked in the baby world of Golden’

According to Autumn Stull, “tiny humans are the best humans.” And through her store, Bumps & Bundles, a maternity and children’s consignment shop in Golden, Stull has gotten to get-to-know … more

Winter weather closures for Jeffco: Oct. 29

As a series of winter stormclouds pass through the Denver metro area on Oct. 29, deteriorating road conditions have led to multiple early closures, and some delayed openings for Oct. 30. Here's the … more
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